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Golden Globes 2014: Mia and Ronan Farrow rip Woody Allen tribute

If the Golden Globes Awards had an award category for best tweet during its Sunday night's telecast, no doubt the honor would go to mother and son, Mia and Ronan Farrow, for their blistering comments on Woody Allen.

Review: ‘The Bling Ring’ turns obsession into possession Special

‘The Bling Ring’ is about a group of teenagers obsessed with fashion and fame who break into the homes of celebrities in Los Angeles and steal millions of dollars in their personal belongings.

Barbara Walters' triumphant return to The View

New York - Barbara Walters, who has returned to the Alphabet Network's hit program The View after recovering for six weeks from a concussion and chicken pox, received a heartfelt welcome from her sister co-anchors along with Mayor Bloomberg and Regis Philbin.

Will MSNBC's Joe Scarborough run for president in 2016?

New York - Will MSNBC host and former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough run for president in 2016? A recent news article suggested that his new memoir will be his way to test the waters of possibly running in four years.

Vanity Fair sheds new light on Whitney Houston's final days

Three months after Whitney Houston was found submerged under water in a hotel bathtub, Vanity Fair's June issue sheds new light on the relationships that brought her to life and those relationships, that many believe, contributed to her death.

Fear, death follow Monsanto’s march to control world food supply

Prince Charles was deeply moved when he learned of the plight of Indian farmers killing themselves following their use of genetically modified (GM) seeds, but it has now been found the problem is far worse than anyone thought.

Vanity Fair: Palin’s world of ‘fear, anger, and illusion’

Sarah Palin’s political road show has a new spotlight, thanks to a new article in Vanity Fair, starkly revealing two faces of her personality: a political iron fist and an issue of ever-increasing secrecy as she readies herself for a fall media blitz.

In Vanity Fair, the Pope morphs from criminal into villain

In an interview, author Christopher Hitchens seems to have called Joseph Ratzinger, the current Pope, an elderly criminal. The actual publication of the interview in Vanity Fair magazine has changed the word "criminal" to "villain."

Op-Ed: Bill Clinton Faces New Rumors and Innuendo

As Hillary Clinton brings her campaign for the Presidency to a close, attention turns once again back to her husband, former President Bill Clinton. And yes, it's regarding rumors of yet another affair.
 

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