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September 22, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 49
A Newsman Views The Newest Paper
By Stan Fischler
After a lengthy courtship, the Journal-American, World Telegram and Sun, and Herald-Tribune finally joined their presses in journalistic marriage l ... More >>
Outed ex-spy Valerie Plame Wilson, whose memoir was heavily censored by the C.I.A., lost a second attempt to get the whole story out today. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the C.I.A.'s right to edit out of Wilson's 2007 memoir, Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, information relating to ... More >>
Museum of Natural History. Twitpic by ashelamb.
The week was hot as hell -- which, a quick scan of our stories reveals, is an apt comparison.
In a tribute to democracy, people with guns started following around President Obama. Busybodies were all over Michelle Obama's butt. Old peo ... More >>
Conservative writer Robert Novak has died after a long battle with brain cancer. His aggressive reporting and evident sympathies led colleagues to call him "The Prince of Darkness," which Novak took with good humor, using it in the title of his memoirs. Novak started as a sportswriter but dev ... More >>