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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
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Simon Cowell doesn't use Twitter, but he wants "X Factor" fans to use the site to vote for their favorite contestants, according to the Associated Press.
"The Walking Dead" will live on for yet another year.
ABC's "Modern Family" may not be the top-rated comedy on television, but it's the one most viewers catch up with on their digital video recorders.
AMC network says "The Walking Dead" began its second season with a vengeance, delivering 7.3 million viewers for Sunday's premiere telecast.
Flesh-eating zombies aren't the only worry thing to be worried about in the second season of "The Walking Dead."