Bush's Approval Ratings Dip Deep Into Crapper

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

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OUTGOING MESSAGE George (Photo: Getty Images) • Lame duckery: President Bush's approval ratings reach a new low, with a slim 18 percent of Americans approving his on-the-job performance. Everyone else thinks the economy's in the tank and we're screwed.

Off the charts: Sony's throwing a hissyfit that Billboard has confined Michael Jackson's Thriller 25 to the oldies chart, rather than allowing it to top the real charts.

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Going down: The firm of Vicki Iseman, John McCain's lobbyist friend, makes quick work of pulling her bio off the Web as the New York Times story hits.

Medical miracle: Italian scientists use ultrasound to find the mysterious female G spot. Disbelieving men everywhere demand further research.

Team players: Thirty-eight Duke Lacrosse players who were not charged in the infamous rape case file suit against the school and the city for violation of privacy, emotional distress, and a bunch of other stuff contained in a 100-page lawsuit.

On the records: In its ongoing quest to totally own you and do away with that pesky personal privacy thing, Google begins testing a new medical-record management system.

Working it: Patrick van der Eeem, friend and videographer to Joran van der Sloot, is trying to get a book deal out of his bizarro relationship with Natalee Holloway's suspected killer.



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