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  • A look by Shellie Zimmerman has greater meaning as time passes

    A look by Shellie Zimmerman has greater meaning as time passes
    George Zimmerman’s wife Shellie confirmed last week that she has filed for divorce. That should come as no surprise given what the couple has been through over the past two years since Zimmerman was charged with the shooting death of Trayvon Martin....
  • Morals matter in the Oval Office

    What is it with presidents and interns? I mean, really. It's disgusting, alarming and inexcusable for the leader of the free world to prey on an intern, no matter how willing the young woman claims to be. Yet decades before Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky...
  • American Music Awards: Performers stick to routine at AMAs

    American Music Awards: Performers stick to routine at AMAs
    "I will love you unconditionally," promised Katy Perry in the opening number of the American Music Awards. Wrapped in a kimono amid an Orientalist fantasia straight out of "Kill Bill," the singer was using her appearance on the awards show, broadcast...
  • Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson

    Jay Leno's top joke targets were Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson
    Jay Leno steps down from his role as host of "The Tonight Show" on Thursday, a position he has held almost continuously since 1992. He has more than 4,600 shows under his belt -- that's a lot of monologue jokes. Bill Clinton was one of the biggest...
  • Miley Cyrus' VMA outfit isn't the year's scariest Halloween costume

    Miley Cyrus' VMA outfit isn't the year's scariest Halloween costume
    In between Obamacare website glitches, and the NSA spying on almost everyone in Europe (if it’s Monday, it must be Spain), and a possible terrorist attack in China’s Tiananmen Square and so on and so forth, there’s also this pressing...
  • The wages of presidential deception

    By 1968, President Lyndon Baines Johnson was finally done in by his "credibility gap" -- the growing abyss between what he said about, and what was actually happening inside, Vietnam. "Modified limited hangout" and "inoperative" were infamous...
  • Truth Or Consequences

    Truth Or Consequences
    Did President Obama lie about whether or not people would be able to keep their old insurance policy, if they’re happy with it, under Obamacare? It seems to me when people lie, they do so with the thought they will never be caught, or the truth is...
  • Of presidential gaffes and calamities

    WASHINGTON -- Every American president has to weather occasional political gaffes. Whether their own or those committed by associates, they cause temporary embarrassment or pain but are ultimately survivable. Loose lips may sink ships, as was often said...
  • 50 years later, JFK girlfriend Judith Campbell Exner deserves an image makeover

    50 years later, JFK girlfriend Judith Campbell Exner deserves an image makeover
    The three gunshots fired in Dallas 50 years ago meant a presidential legacy unfulfilled — and a personal life unresolved. The sorry mess of sexual exploits that President John F. Kennedy left behind took years to emerge. The supporting cast was...
  • Former Clinton aide John Podesta to join Obama White House

    Former Clinton aide John Podesta to join Obama White House
    WASHINGTON -- With his approval ratings flagging and his healthcare law at risk, President Obama is bringing on board the Democratic advisor who helped guide President Clinton through the darkest days of his presidency. John Podesta, the former White...
  • Key Clinton aide joins Obama's team of White House advisors

    Key Clinton aide joins Obama's team of White House advisors
    WASHINGTON — With his popularity flagging and his healthcare law at risk, President Obama has uncharacteristically reached outside his tightknit core of advisors to bring into the White House a veteran Democratic strategist who helped guide...
  • Jerry Brown, urged to run for president, won't rule out 2016 bid

    Jerry Brown, urged to run for president, won't rule out 2016 bid
    If he weren’t the nation’s oldest governor, a ripe 75, Jerry Brown would automatically be counted among serious Democratic candidates for president in 2016. He boasts a household name, an impressive list of accomplishments in the country&...