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Posted at 11:02 AM ET, 01/19/2011

Read this: Who wrote "O"?; Sargent Shriver; "Hide/Seek" controversy

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(Courtesy Simon & Schuster)



Who wrote super-secret White House novel "O"? Dan Zak parses possible suspects -- rejecting most of them -- and Ron Charles's review of "O" makes us think that maybe we don't really care: "It's anonymity may be the sexiest thing about 'O'... In the pages of this novel, primary colors fade to soft pastels."



Regis is retiring!?! Who now will star on "[Blank] and [Whoever]"?



Sad obituary of the day: Sarge Shriver, whose accomplishments were sometimes fueled, often overshadowed by his Kennedy in-laws. The Peace Corps founder also gets tributes on the editorial page.



Smithsonian director G. Wayne Clough breaks his silence on the Hide/Seek controversy; says he'd still remove the David Wojnarowicz video, but wishes he'd done it differently.

By The Reliable Source  | January 19, 2011; 11:02 AM ET
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