New crossword: What Doctor Shortage??? There is certainly no shortage of doctors in this week's puzzle, which has a plethora of physicians, a surplus of sawbones. Play online or print it out for the road.
Israel's New Strategic Position
The latest Stratfor.com Intel Briefing looks closely at Israel's strategic position, noting no huge threats - except for Iran developing a nuclear weapon. But, in reality, Iran does not have the full capability to develop and deliver a nuclear weapon. So, why the big concern over U.S.-Iran agreement?
How Would Liberals Treat a Black Conservative in the White House? "Oprah is right that some of the criticism of President Obama is coming from bigots. In a nation of more than 300 million people, there will always some stupid people who can’t get beyond skin color. But it’s a mistake to make generalizations based on a small number of racists."
The O'Quiz: Week of 12/2
December already?! Play this week's O'Quiz now...because once you blink, this year will be over! Try and beat last week's 4.62 average.
Bill's Weekly Column: The French Way
In his latest column, Bill questions whether the French nanny state, which is causing complete economic chaos over there, makes any sense for America.
Killing Kennedy, Killing Records
Over 3.4 million people tuned into the Killing Kennedy movie, giving National Geographic Channel their highest ratings to date! Read the press release here.
Newtown school shooting 911 calls reveal a mixture of calm and anguish from the callers, and gunshots from the assailant are heard in the background, audio recordings released today reveal.
The shooting spree at the Connecticut school a year ago killed 20 children and six educators.
Officials in Newtown, Connecticut, released recordings of 911 emergency phone calls from the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School this afternoon.
Donald Rumsfeld's most famous quote has to do with whether there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
But he might as well have been a reporter talking about Obamacare.
"There are known unknowns," said Rumsfeld back in February of 2002. "That is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't know."
Martin Bashir has resigned from MSNBC, nearly three weeks after delivering a scathing personal attack on Sarah Palin that brought him widespread condemnation.
The afternoon talk show host, a former co-anchor of "Nightline," says he decided to leave the network after meeting with MSNBC President Phil Griffin.