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

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RUN TO THE HILLS, RUN FOR YOUR LIFE Clinton (Photo: Getty Images) • This space is reserved: Team Clinton sent a letter to the New York Times—yes, the one that endorsed her—refuting a story that suggested Hillary's campaign is deteriorating. The Times sent a letter back stamped "rejected." With sliding poll numbers in Ohio and Texas, things aren't looking good.

Predator on trial: A judge tossed a motion to dismiss the case of a woman suing NBC's To Catch A Predator and a local police force following her brother's suicide during one of the show's sting operations.

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Gay doesn't always mean happy: A New York judge is allowing a lesbian couple, who were married in Canada, to divorce. It is unclear who will get the kids, the dog, or the alimony payments.

Fingers on the pulse: The next President will be a Republican, according to George Bush. Apparently, the president knows this because he "understands the mentality of the American people." All 32 percent of them.

Not content with purple drink: He brought chronic to your coffee table, now he's putting cognac in your glasses—uber-producer Dr. Dre is following in 50 Cent's footsteps and getting into the beverage business.

A way with words: Presidential hopeful John McCain distanced himself from talk show host Bill Cunningham at a campaign rally today after the controversial commentator called New York Times staffers "stooges," described CNN as "the Clinton News Network," and repeatedly referred to Barack Obama's middle name, Hussein.

Passing on the Blunt: Oasis front-man Noel Gallagher is selling his Ibiza estate because he can't stand his neighbor, "Beautiful" singer James Blunt.

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