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This just in...: Donald Rumsfeld pens memoir; Judge issues arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan; Paris Hilton sentenced to probation; Bruno Mars busted for drugs


Linsday Lohan, 2010. (Mark Ralston/AFP)

Donald Rumsfeld's memoir, due out in January, has been titled "Known and Unknown." Sound familiar? His famous quote from 2002, on the lack of evidence of WMD in Iraq: "There are known knowns ... things we know that we know. There are known unknowns ... things that we now know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns ... things we do know we don't know."

An L.A. judge issued an arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan on Monday after the actress -- who recently did two weeks in jail for violating probation -- failed a drug test, the Associated Press reports. She'll remain free pending a hearing on Friday.

Speaking of which ... Paris Hilton abandoned her "not my drugs!" defense on Monday. She pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge from her cocaine arrest in Las Vegas last month. A year of probation, no jail time, the AP reports.

Small world! Bruno Mars, a 24-year-old singer who topped the pop charts much of this summer, was arrested at a Vegas casino early Sunday after security guards allegedly found him in a men's room with a bag of cocaine. No formal charges yet.

By The Reliable Source  | September 21, 2010; 1:02 AM ET
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