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Iraq Gotcha Down? Tell It to Tony!

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

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Toe-to-toe with Tony: Tony Snow does battle (loses) with another reporter after formerly pro-war Republican Sen. Gordon Smith of Oregon calls the Iraq debacle "absurd," "immoral," and "criminal." Bush himself says he'll respond ... eh, in a month or so.

Ghost of the Ripper?: Police in the UK pursue a serial killer who is murdering at a rate unseen since Jack the Ripper—five prostitutes have turned up dead in 11 days near Ipswich.

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Ahmet Ertegun gravely ill: The 83-year-old co-founder of Atlantic Records and architect of the careers of Ray Charles, Led Zeppelin, Aretha Franklin, Abba, and many others is in a coma after a serious fall. He was also portrayed by Curtis Armstrong (aka Booger) in the film Ray.

Lady Soys: Huffington Post points to an editorial by Jim Rutz that argues soy products feminize young boys, shrink their penises, and cause "sexual confusion and homosexuality."


Getting to the bottom of gossip: Was Sylvester Stallone the Deep Throat in the classic Richard Gere-gerbil urban myth, or is this all a really desperate publicity ploy for the new Rocky flick?

Two views of Alec Baldwin: Page Six has him engaged in a "screaming match with an angry pedestrian at Broadway and 96th Street." Meanwhile, Rush & Molloy has him recounting his favorite album of all time: "I want to think of something really sensitive and painful and beautiful ... 'Tapestry,' by Carole King."



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