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M.D. Anderson

Citizen based in Syracuse, NY, United States, United States. Joined on Jun 14, 2012
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Bale: Supervillain Bane 'can physically dominate Batman'

"The Dark Knight Rises" is due in theaters around the globe next week. As visionary director Christopher Nolan and Oscar-winning star Christian Bale explain to media outlets worldwide, Batman's new nemesis Bane is the superhero's all-time, ultimate test.

Batman Ends, for now

The Dark Knight Rises, final chapter of Christopher Nolan's reimagined Batman saga, hits theaters one week from today, and it promises to be nothing short of best-of-the-franchise material.

MLB: Prince is Derby king, again

Kansas City - Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder is the second player in Major League Baseball history to wear the Home Run Derby crown twice. And he did it in fine style.

Cherished American treasure Andy Griffith's immortality

After suffering from an undisclosed illness, American icon Andy Griffith has died in his native North Carolina at 86. But the good works of this legendary actor, producer, writer, comedian, musician, singer and philanthropist will live on for the ages.

Cruise blindsided by Holmes Divorce Petition

Sterling, accurate, world news organizations—The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, The Guardian, People, E! News, ABC News and NBC Nightly News—confirm that Ms. Holmes has filed for divorce, seeking full custody of Suri.

Op-Ed: The pedigree and perversion of Jerry Sandusky

“Wherever I went, it seemed like trouble was sure to follow. Not the kind of trouble that would land me in jail. Just the mischievous kind of trouble.” —Jerry Sandusky, 2001

Op-Ed: Sandusky is a dead man walking

Bellefonte - Jerry Sandusky, turn and face the warden. Now a 45-time convicted child abuser, Sandusky will spend the rest of his days slaving in a gulag of his own bent thoughts, buried behind steel bars and walls which guarantee that he will never harm another child.

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