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Where Are All Our Lady Gurus?

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Rupert Murdoch Is Full of Vim, Vigor and Probably Viagra

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Dick Cheney Hates Your Love

The vice-president would really like the little people to get back to their goddamn jobs and stop making googly eyes at one another.

NBC Throws a Changeup

The Peacock network is the first to ditch the traditional notion of television "seasons." That, and more news from the city's media, finance, law and real-estate industries.

Reacting to Eliot's Mess

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Eliot Spitzer is still holed up in his apartment in New York, where he and his wife, Silda, have been conferring with advisers since last night. He's weighing his options, and deciding whether to resign. Meanwhile, on the outside, the politicians and the media have descended into exactly the kind of feeding frenzy you would expect: • The Post reports that State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno held back from reveling in his great rival's fall: "I feel very badly for the governor's wife, for his children," he said. "The important thing for the people of New York State is that people in office do the right thing." • According to CNN, Republican state senators and assemblymen (and some Democrats) are aggressively calling for his resignation. So is the Republican Governors Association. • If Spitzer doesn't resign before a deadline set by state Republicans, they've vowed to begin impeachment proceedings, reports WCBS.