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The Times Squeezes Juice out of Hillary Campaign's Panicky Attack on Obama

A top Hillary adviser not so slyly brought up Democratic rival Barack Obama's past drug use in an interview with the Washington Post, but the Times buried in on page 35.

Gore Wins Nobel Prize for Sexy, According to Wash. Post

Climate change campaigner dubbed 'the thinking girl's thoroughbred' in steamy Style section tribute.

CNN's Velshi: Federal Reserve Board is 'Late to the Party'

Media continue to question Fed after interest rate cut and speculate about recession.

Cramer: Small Rate Cut 'Delayed the Recovery'

'Mad Money' host 'no longer fiery' about Fed but says it's more likely banks will fail and economy will go into recession.

Hollywood Hypocrisy: Diesel Truck Brings Electric Scooter to 'Green' Conference

Vectrix touts 'zero-emissions' scooter for film industry members that want to lessen carbon footprint.

The Goracle Speaks, and the World Finally Listens

Sarah Lyall: "He has said it again and again, with increasing urgency, to anyone who will listen. And on Monday, former Vice President Al Gore used the occasion of his 2007 Nobel Peace Prize ...

Abysmal Approval Ratings of Democratic Congress: GOP's Fault?

The Democrat-controlled Congress has an extraordinarily low approval rating - but a Times reporter sees risks for the GOP.

Huckabee Turning "Hard-Line" on Immigration to Appease GOP Base

Michael Cooper discovers a "hard-line" Huckabee on illegal immigration.

Another Sappy, Scandal-Free Profile of Hillary

Mark Leibovich's sympathy for Hillary Clinton oozes through in a 2,500-word story, in which not a single opponent of Hillary Clinton is cited.

Hollywood Execs Call for 'Subliminal' Green Messages

Panelists blame failure of environmental movies on 'complicated information;' tell audience 'you know way more than the average American.'