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Talk show host Don Imus waits for the Rev. Al Sharpton while speaking on Sharpton's radio show about his racially charged comments. Spencer Platt, Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Oct. 15, 2007

Drudge Report: Imus Return to Airwaves in December — "In a dramatic and dazzling career rebound, controversial radio host Don Imus has secured a deal returning him to the airwaves on December 3 — this time on the nation's most listened to talk station. 'Imus In The Morning' will make a high-impact resurrection on WABC in New York City, top sources reveal."

If this pans out and Imus returns to the radio, will you care? Or are you, like some of us, still suffering from an unshakable case of Imus fatigue?

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I'm tired of the Imus news - which I really don't think is news anymore. He should have learned his lesson from the public scorn. Let the guy do what he loves to do - as much as I couldn't care less for his brand of crass called talk radio; it is still a free society.

Sent by Moji | 2:00 PM | 10-15-2007