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  • Late Night: Bill O'Reilly reluctantly high-fives David Letterman

     
    Bill O'Reilly: David Letterman and Bill O'Reilly finally find something they can agree on....
  • Gingrich in Orlando:3rd Iraq war “lost;” Gadhafi deserved no mercy

     
    After privately addressing a group of Florida pastors in Orlando, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich lashed out at foreign events, saying what he calls the “third Iraq war” was lost, and saying Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi...
  • LIBYA: From Tripoli compound, surreal images of gold guns

     
    In one video, a rebel fighter wearing a scarf around his head and an armored vest, a long gun slung across his shoulder, holds up what appears to be a gold-plated rifle....
  • Rhubarb Patch: Is the U.S. Senate race a proxy vote on Obama?

     
    Veteran Chicago commentator Dennis Byrne is a weekly contributor to the Tribune's commentary pages and the proprietor of The Barbershop, a ChicagoNow blog. In Wednesday's Tribune he joins me in The Rhubarb Patch to debate the race for U.S. Senate......
  • Robin Williams to star in 'Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo' on Broadway

     
    Call it daredevil casting, a shameless box-office ploy or the producers' implicit acknowledgement that they have a tough sell on their hands. Thursday's announcement that funnyman Robin Williams will star in the Broadway production of "Bengal Tiger at the...
  • '30 Rock' recap: Diving into the sexual abyss

     
    I believe it was Sigmund Freud who once said, "Sex makes the people go away." OK, it was actually Liz Lemon, but it may as well have been everyone's favorite Austrian. Now in its fifth -- and so far stellar......
  • LIBYA: The taking of Aisha Kadafi's pool [video]

     
    Meanwhile, Aisha Kadafi is nowhere to be seen. There were reports that she fled in May, secretly crossing the border into Tunisia with her mother and other relatives and hiding out in Europe. As of Friday, neither she nor her elusive father had been...
  • Marine general's son killed in Afghanistan while serving with battalion from Camp Pendleton

     
    The son of a Marine general has been killed in combat in Afghanistan while serving with a battalion from Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps confirmed Wednesday. Second Lt. Robert M. Kelly, killed Tuesday by a roadside bomb during a foot......
  • Mitt Romney: 'We can't lead the world by hoping our enemies will hate us less'

     
    Full text: Republican Mitt Romney portrays Obama's Democratic administration as unprepared and naive in a dangerous world....
  • Looting Kadafi's loot

     
    I feel like Mr. McGuire in "The Graduate," buttonholing Dustin Hoffman with advice ("Plastics"). Here it is, the first word that should have come to mind as the triumphant Libyan rebels ransacked the louche luxuries of chez Kadafi: EBay. No,......
  • SYRIA: Satellite TV station keeps Moammar Kadafi on the air

     
    Moammar Kadafi can still count on one friendly place to air his calls to burn Libya down: Syria, where beleaguered leader Bashar Assad is allowing a satellite TV station to air all the deposed Libyan leader's fervent appeals. Al Oruba channel, linked to...
  • What was George W. Bush reading?

     
    George W. Bush's memoir "Decision Points" was published this week. Our reviewer Tim Rutten calls it "unexpectedly engrossing." As can be expected, Bush writes of waterboarding and 9/11, of partisanship and cooperation, of Saddam Hussein and Hurricane...