NEW YORK -- The Huffington Post covers the popular news of the day -- and continues to follow those stories as long as they are in high demand by its readers -- even if that means more coverage of Tiger Woods' troubles. "We love the Tiger Woods story," said Eric Hippeau, CEO for The Huffington Post, who described it as "the gift that kept on giving." In addition to those celebrity news items that the tabloids commonly feast upon, the site also extensively covers news stories such as the protests and unrest in Iran and the incredible devastation from the earthquake in Haiti, drawing a massive audience and plenty of reader interaction. The online news site even inspires citizen journalists to cover events as they unfold when the mainstream media are largely absen...