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Breakfast Wars: Taco Bell Aims to Devour McDonald’s Morning Menu Empire
Taco Bell has launched an all-out advertising assault to promote its new Waffle Taco, in the hopes of taking a bite out of McDonald’s breakfast empire. One ad, set to the tune of “Old Macdonald Had a Farm,” features a guy who has been eating McDonald’s Egg McMuffin since 1984. After trying Taco
Jeffrey MacDonald: Judge to Consider New Evidence in 42-Year-Old Murder Case
Jeffrey MacDonald, a green beret and doctor who was convicted 33 years ago in the stabbing and beating deaths of his pregnant wife and two daughters, will be back in court on Monday as a judge considers new evidence that may prove his innocence. The 68-year-old, who is serving three life sentences,
July 6, 2009: Robert S. McNamara Dies
Former secretary of defense and one of the architects of the Vietnam War dies.
Fighting the Iraq War in California
"Badly." That's how Karen Cooper, the director of Film Forum, an independent theater in New York City, sums up how most films about Iraq have fared on the big screen. Nevertheless, when she saw "Full Battle Rattle" at the Berlin Film Festival, she couldn't help but offer filmmakers Tony Gerber and
Abu Ghraib Documentary
The new documentary about the people inside the notorious Abu Ghraib prison.
Webcast: NYC Shooting Verdict, Abu Ghraib Documentary, Wounded Warriors
Good day I am Charles Gibson of ABC news headquarters in New York welcoming you. With great fondness for the world news webcast. We start off for the headlines and a controversial verdict in case that has divided opinion here in New York. And once again raised concerns about excessive police force.
Errol Morris' New Documentary
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Oscar-Winner Turns Lens on Torture, Iraq
In New Film on Iraq Prison Fiasco, Errol Morris Strips War to Essential Truth
Accused of a Crime You Didn't Commit? Make a Movie
Amateur, Professional Filmmakers Spotlight Controversial Cases With Their Movies
The Note: Google "Howard-Dean" and "SSMIP" for Three Hits . . .
2 days to the Inauguration NEWS SUMMARY Inaugural anticipation builds; Rice takes center stage; the RNC convenes in festive, chilly Washington; Dean moves closer to chairdom; New York politics becomes even more interesting and Kennedyesque; and The Note begins to experiment with new,