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  • Letterman's Palin apology: 'Perception'

     
    At first, David Letterman attempted to clarify his joke about Sarah Palin's daughter and baseball's Alex Rodriguez. Now he has taken it back, and Palin has accepted that. by Mark Silva and updated. David Letterman's apology to Sarah Palin is......
  • White House 'seeding' the press?

     
    by Mark Silva When hunters seed a field, they are guaranteed of getting some birds to shoot. It's considered bad form. When the White House seeds questions from the public, or from the press, that raises another question of form.......
  • Robert Novak: Broke news, shaped views

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Robert Novak, the longtime newspaper columnist and television commentator known for his conservative voice and piercing criticism, died today after a bout with brain cancer. He was 78. In decades of Washington reporting and...
  • Obama's cool: 'Carve out time to think'

     
    by Mark Silva As a "weekend warrior,'' the basketball-playing, golf-loving President Barack Obama likes to carve out time for his own fitness. As president, Obama likes to carve out time to think. Speaking of health, the first couple speaks at......
  • ACORN trapped, congressmen cornered

     
    by Mark Silva Sometimes Washington moves in mysterious ways. A 20-year-old, scantily-clad woman from Florida, Hannah Giles, a Florida International University student whose father is a conservative pastor and TownHall.com columnist, walks into an ACORN...
  • Obama: Lies, trust, action - 'tis season

     
    by Mark Silva With all the fuss this week over the congressman who accused the president of lying, all the apologies, the rebukes and the morning-afters, the unanswered question when all is said and done might be who believes whom.......
  • Scott Brown, '41,' on: 2012 and Cosmo

     
    by Mark Silva Scott Brown, the newly elected Republican senator from Massachusetts, says he's ready to play the role of "the 41st senator'' - a powerful new vote for a Republican minority able to stall any legislation that Democratic leaders......
  • Super Bowl partying, auction, predictions and other tidbits

     
    + MOVES Magazine, the Hollywood-based magazine about and for athletes, hosts its annual Red Carpet Super Bowl Gala at Christine Lee???s at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday night with hosts Ray Lewis and Ludacris. The latest issue of the glossy......
  • Russia's Putin a 'genius': NYP columnist

     
    by Frank James The oft-controversial and colorful Ralph Peters, the retired Army lieutenant colonel who is also a New York Post columnist, has a take on Vladimiir Putin guaranteed to outrage the Russians and probably many Americans to boot. He......
  • Project Runway: Whatever Heidi Wants

     
    Greeting Project Runway peeps! Hope you're surviving SNOWTORIOUS B.I.G. like I am: With a steady diet of TiVo'd programs, and copious amounts of alcohol. As always, I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer on days that end in Y, and Project......
  • Ford, BMW Named Most Innovative

     
    Fast Company ??? one of the few magazines making a case for print publishing???s continued existence ??? has released its 2010 Most Innovative companies list. Even with a category just for transportation, only two established automakers were honored,...