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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Rob Lowe
"Parks and Recreation" star Rob Lowe and his family had to be rescued from their French vacation home on Wednesday after a storm brought frightening floods to the area.
Hollywood's Rob Lowe said in an interview Wednesday night that big government was hardly that answer — that really, individuals do it best.
"Love Life" (Simon & Schuster), by Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe, who has publicly aligned himself with the Democratic party in the past, says it was not a concern to take on a TV movie adaptation of Fox News pundit and conservative Bill O’Reilly’s book “Killing Kennedy.”
Newt Gingrich is pulling a Joe Biden by making a cameo on NBC's "Parks and Recreation" — but unlike with the vice president, there was no planning involved.
Rob Lowe is taking on another role — pigskin prognosticator.
Rob Lowe is taking on another role _ pigskin prognosticator.
A few weeks back, a Washington summer internship made the news. The 17-year-old son of Rob Lowe, "Brat Pack" darling and "The West Wing" star, was to begin working in the office of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Virginia Republican. Readers of Mr. Lowe's remarkable autobiography, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends," released this year, already had been introduced to the actor's son through the stories and pictures Mr. Lowe shares in the book.
"Stories I Only Tell My Friends" (Henry Holt), by Rob Lowe: Imagine a 10-year-old Rob Lowe boldly knocking on the door of Liza Minnelli's suite in a Columbus, Ohio, hotel.
Rob Lowe gives fellow Brat Packer Charlie Sheen a slight edge when it comes to partying.
He writes beautifully about the pain of letting go and his pride in his accomplished son getting a chance at the college experience that Lowe never had.
Lowe writes adoringly about his wife and credits her with getting him through some of the darkest moments, including his 1990 stint in rehab for alcohol abuse.