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Colin Powell Is Voting for Hillary Clinton And not Donald Trump, who is “unfit” to be president.
Colin Powell’s Personal Emails Are Like a D.C. Burn Book The former secretary of State was hacked, and now everyone knows he hates them.
Here Are Colin Powell’s Petty Emails Leaked personal emails reveal the former secretary of State apparently lives for drama.
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Colin Powell Knows What a Selfie Is And he posted a vintage one to prove it.
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Colin Powell Sang ‘Blurred Lines’ on a Stage Here are pictures of Jamie Foxx freaking out.
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Juxtaposition of the Day: John McCain’s Increasing Crotchetiness Edition How he responded to Colin Powell’s endorsements of Obama in 2008 and 2012.
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Colin Powell Endorses Obama Again, Insists He’s Still a Republican “I think I’m a Republican of a more moderate mold. That’s something of a dying breed, I’m sorry to say.”
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Ignore Dick Cheney: Condoleezza Rice Would Never Cry The former secretary of state becomes the latest to slam Dick Cheney’s memoir.
Colin Powell’s Head Still Intact After Reading Dick Cheney’s Book Apparently, the former VP’s “cheap shots” did not have the desired effect.
Political Playbook: When Failing Campaigns Blame the Wife The latest example: Callista Gingrich is being scapegoated for the campaign’s implosion.
Colin Powell Will Not Tell You Who He Likes “I’m not committed to Barack Obama. I’m not committed to a Republican candidate.”
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Colin Powell Supports Ending ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell' If “chiefs and commanders are comfortable with moving to change the policy then I support it.”
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Justin Timberlake May Be Moving to Greenwich What? Is he pregnant? Plus, Usher, Charlie Sheen, and Jill Zarin party together, and more celebrity news, in our daily gossip roundup.
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Colin Powell Is His Usual Levelheaded Self Powell thinks Skip Gates and the police could have been more reasonable.
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Who Is the New Most-Trusted Person in America? With Walter Cronkite gone, the mantle of Most Trusted Person in America is up for grabs. Here’s out list of the top ten contenders.
Rumsfeld: Colin and Condi Got Off So Easy! In a new biography, the former Defense secretary has some gripes with the media.
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Powell: How Important Is the Most Important Endorsement of the Campaign? The political commentariat seems to agree on two things right now: (1) Endorsements never matter, and (2) Colin Powell’s endorsement does matter, somewhat.
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Judith Regan Says Murdoch’s Wife Smacks Him Around A diner at the Waverly Inn overheard Judith Regan claiming that Rupert Murdoch is regularly hit by wife Wendi. Marilyn Manson may or may not have been asking for coke and Adderall in the bathroom of Bette last week. Helena Christensen’s 7-year-old son, Mingus, is a chess genius. Howard Stern thinks Beth Ostrosky has invited too many people to their wedding. Lance Armstrong chatted with Blackstone’s Pete Peterson at the Four Seasons. Cindy Adams claims that Colin Powell told friends that he sympathizes with General Petraeus but that he’s “digging his own foxhole” (or some approximation thereof).