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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - CBS
With Jay Gruden in charge and no lingering questions about Robert Griffin III's health, the Redskins now know their roadmap to what they hope will be a return to the playoffs after a one-year absence.
Los Angeles and New York have been making their cases. Now, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu is pitching his city as the new home for the "Late Show" when Stephen Colbert takes over that CBS program from David Letterman next year.
Philadelphia schools have found a new way to chase off loitering teenagers during off hours: high-frequency sonic waves provided by a device known as "The Mosquito."
Conjoined twin boys who were attached at the chest, but separated last summer, are now doing well enough to move on to the next stage of their development and head to a rehab center, doctors at their Dallas-area hospital said.
President Obama and President Vladimir Putin spoke for the first time in more than two weeks about ways to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine, but the conversation didn't go well: The Russian leader denied he was even interfering in the region.
The Obama White House, for all its talk about openness and transparency, is hardly in the business of promoting openness and transparency in government — and is way worse when it comes to clamping down on the media than previous administrations, Sharyl Attkisson said.
Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk show giant, said CBS has just made a massive cultural statement that sets traditional, heartland America in its sights by hiring comedian Stephen Colbert as David Letterman's "Late Show" replacement.
With the announcement that Stephen Colbert will be the new host of CBS' "Late Show," his fans likely feel a clash of emotions:
Comedy Central funnyman Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of the popular "The Late Show" on CBS next year.
Congratulations, Stephen Colbert, on winning CBS' "Late Show" gig. You're brilliantly funny, you've proven yourself in the Comedy Central farm leagues, and odds are you will be a worthy successor to David Letterman.
CBS moved swiftly Thursday to replace the retiring David Letterman with Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert, who will take over the "Late Show" next year and do battle with Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel for late-night television supremacy.
A Marine who was standing post at the main gate of Camp Lejeune in North Carolina opened fire on a fellow Marine inside the guard building, killing him.
The Final Four broadcasts on TNT on Saturday drew millions of viewers, even though the main coverage was on TBS.
Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH'-zee-oh) is urging CBS to keep "The Late Show" in New York City after David Letterman retires.
There's so much noise during an episode of "The Price Is Right" that producers of the soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful," which is taping nearby, need to be aware of the game show's schedule so the rowdiness doesn't disrupt the filming of a love scene.