Today’s performance before the bright lights by a White House national security adviser was an extraordinary briefing to behold.
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When nearly 100 elderly people in an assisted-living home need to move to a new facility, you don’t just put them on a bus and drop them off at unfamiliar surroundings.
There was a big spike in Internet traffic for last night’s Bin Laden announcement, but nothing compared to a soccer game and tennis match.
A Midmorning caller, who says her sister died at the Pentagon on 9/11, called the program today to say the death of Osama bin Laden doesn’t provide the closure that the experts say it should be bringing to the families of 9/11 victims.
When newspapers die, what will we save on historic days? Another Saturday night, Egypt’s shame, when people do good, and we’re all going to be OK.