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Bolton Out at the U.N., Garrison in the Bag

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Bad news for Mr. Garrison: TMZ is reporting that Prison Break star Lane Garrison showed "symptoms of alcohol intoxication" after a car accident that killed a 17-year-old and injured two 15-year-olds in his car Saturday night. The website quotes a police officer saying they're looking into "Mr. Garrison's impairment." Radar looked into the fact that he was hanging with two 15-year-olds and a 17-year-old, but his rep said he hadn't spoken with his client and knew little more than people reading the reports of the crash.

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Also on TMZ: Suddenly Oscar-worthy Eddie Murphy leaves baby mama and ex-Spice Girl Mel B due to doubts about their baby's paternity. Flashback (to six hours ago): Scary Spice "can't wait to have Murphy's baby."

Boltin': Acting United Nations ambassador John Bolton will resign from his post due to lack of support in the Senate. Bolton had been on the job since August 2005 but utterly failed to destroy the United Nations headquarters as when he said (warned?), "If the U.N. secretary building in New York lost 10 stories, it wouldn't make a bit of difference." Reuters has his career highlights, and the Nation's man at the U.N., Ian Williams, offers his greatest hits.

Photo Op: Accomplished: President Bush met Abdul Aziz Hakim, an Iraqi Shiite leader. "We talked about the need to give the government of Iraq more capability as soon as possible so the elected government of Iraq can do that which the Iraqi people want to secure their country from extremists and murderers," the president said. Take that, Iraq Study Group!

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