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If you have trouble reading this e-mail, go to http://www.nytimes.com/todaysheadlines Sunday, October 19, 2008 Compiled 2 AM E.T. In This E-Mail: World | U.S. | Washington | Business | Technology | Arts | Magazine | Editorials | Op-Ed | Customize Today's Headlines | Search TOP STORIES Advertisement F.B.I. Struggles to Handle Wave of Financial Fraud Cases By ERIC LICHTBLAU, DAVID JOHNSTON and RON NIXONA focus on terrorism and intelligence has limited the bureau’s ability to pursue criminal wrongdoing related to the economic crisis, officials said.Wary of Islam, China Tightens a Vise of Rules By EDWARD WONGChina places intricate restrictions on Muslims in a vast autonomous region in an effort to control Islam’s spread.THE RECKONINGBuilding Flawed American Dreams By DAVID STREITFELD and GRETCHEN MORGENSONHenry G. Cisneros spent years helping low-income families buy homes, part of a broad national trend with dire consequences. • NYTimes.com Homepage Back to Top QUOTATION OF THE DAY "They bear us children, they risk their lives to give us birth, so maybe it’s time we let a woman lead us."LARRY HAWKINS, a former trucker, on supporting Sarah Palin.
SEE THE QUOTATION OF THE DAY - AT THE BOTTOM OF THE NYT blurb in the previous comment.
I watched the entire SNL show because of advance publicity about Sarah Palin appearing. I did not see her. SNL aired an old show from just after GWBush defeated John Carey.Then today on the "News" I saw a 'clip' from "last night's SNL Show" showing Palin deciding 'on air' "not to do the Piece we rehearsed" because it was over the top and would not be helpful to the Campaign"The old show that aired here in Honolulu needed the air because it stank.It looks to me like Saturday Night Live is SO OVER.
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