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Michael Bolton Endorses Hillary: 'Who Will Be Bet...
Loading Slideshow George Clooney & President Obama Actor George Clooney leaves after he spoke to the media March 15, 2012 at the White House in Washington, DC. Clooney had meeting with President...
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JK! Forbes Says Net Worth And Revenue Are Two Dif...
Hater alert! OK, not really hater alert, more like fact checker alert. Although Janet Jackson probably doesn’t appreciate this little example of investigative reporting when it comes to her assets,...
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Healthy Reading: Dr. Oz Magazine Is On Its Way
Oprah’s favorite TV doctor (besides Dr. Phil), Dr. Oz is following in her footsteps and launching a magazine of his own. The magazine was first rumored to be on the way in January, but now The New...
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» Top Ten Best Comedy Sequels (That Aren’t Sequel...
The biggest problem with a sequel to a successful comedy is that it’s hard not to either disappoint, or basically remake the first film. Such is why The Hangover sequels have been so disappointing....
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The World's Most Powerful Female Entrepreneurs, 2...
Of the 100 remarkable women on the 2013 list of the World’s Most Powerful Women, you’ll find CEOs and heads of state, philanthropists, billionaires and bureaucrats. But while they all have the power...
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The World's Most Powerful Women 2013
In Pictures: The World's Most Powerful Women Our annual snapshot of the 100 women with the most impact are top politicians and CEOs, activist billionaires and celebrities who matter. In roughly equal...
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Hearst and Oz may be off to see the printers
Keith J. Kelly Hearst executives are moving closer to launching a new self-help magazine with Dr. Mehmet Oz, according to reports from ad-agency honchos who have discussed the matter with the...
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Paige: Rockies had better get better, or they'll ...
The Rockies no longer seemed to be waiting for Godot, Guffman and Bob Gibson on Saturday night. They played like bona-fide contenders, not phony rear-enders. Just when the Rox were doing a fast fade,...
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Did Oprah Drop Former Glee Star from Her Stable?;...
Will former Glee Star Charice Pempengco's family problem and apparent identity crisis affect her stellar singing career? That question is in the mind of many of the 21-year-old Filipina YouTube...
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Roaming the neighborhoods around Pimlico
Roaming the streets that encircle Pimlico Race Course, I discovered so many places that I had trouble going back to the same locale twice. Outer Northwest Baltimore is a fascinating, at times...
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Nashville musician set to rock Millheim
MILLHEIM — While other kids his age were tuning into cartoons, Kevin Gordon tuned to music, an experience that enthralled the youngster and set him dancing. It was not an uncommon sight to spot the...
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Touchstone gives young playwrights a stage
Touchstone Theatre Ensemble member Emma Chong has been a part of the company's Young Playwrights Festival for more than four years. Chong says she still gets excited when she sees the faces of those...
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Duck Soup (1933)
Hail, hail Freedonia! As Zeppo Marx's final screen appearance, 1933's Duck Soup was the last time that moviegoers would see a film announce in the credits that this was the Four Marx Brothers....
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GRAPHIC IMAGES: Amazing Face Transplants
Mitch Hunter's face was horribly disfigured in a 2001 car accident. A decade later, the 30-year-old Indiana man underwent the nation's second full-face transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Here...
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Oprah sells West Side store space at huge loss
Oprah Winfrey's Chicago real estate foibles continue. Almost two years ago, the talk-show queen signed off on her massively popular, Chicago-based national chatfest. Soon afterward, she closed her...
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A look back at Barbara Walters' decades-spanning ...
ABC said in an announcement late Sunday that, until her retirement next summer, Walters will continue to anchor and report for the network, anchor specials throughout the year, and appear on The View....
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Game of Thrones
' Worst Scene Yet?
Every week for the third season of HBO's fantasy series Game of Thrones, our roundtable of Ross Douthat (columnist, The New York Times), Spencer Kornhaber (entertainment editor, TheAtlantic.com), and...
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Dardashti picked to fill rabbi slot
Michelle Dardashti has been chosen as the next associate University chaplain for the Jewish Community, according to a Hillel press release. Dardashti currently serves as director of community...
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Trouble for DeMint?; Biden's S.C. comments on Key...
DeMint check-in - Jim DeMint's tenure at the Heritage Foundation is off to a shaky start as one of his first initiatives, a study blasting proposed immigration reform measures as too expensive, is...
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is a six-week old, Beagle-Chihuahua mix puppy. He is part of a litter of three smart, funny little guys including his brothers Groucho and Chico. These abandoned babies were rescued by...
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