Notebook: Sep. 11, 2000

WINNERS & LOSERS

[WINNERS]

BARRY MCCAFFREY Clinton's top narc reports teen drug use down 21% in past two years. Let's all drink to that

DENNIS HASTERT Speaker budges on minimum wage. We now return him to his regularly scheduled anonymity

NELLY Rapper's Country Grammar tops charts 4 weeks straight. (Attn. parents: Nelly's a guy)

[& LOSERS]

MASATOSHI ONO Bridgestone/Firestone CEO faces serious legal, labor troubles. At least Nader is preoccupied

DICK CHENEY Agrees to forgo $3.5 mil in stock options if elected. If not, helluva consolation prize

MARK JAKOB Nabbed for fake press release that nuked...

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