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  • As bus tour continues, Sarah Palin checks in with Fox News execs

    As bus tour continues, Sarah Palin checks in with Fox News execs
    After visiting Ellis Island in New York on Wednesday, Sarah Palin swung by the midtown Manhattan headquarters of Fox News, where she met with senior executives, including network chief Roger Ailes. It's unclear whether network officials pressed Palin...
  • Las Vegas: 21 things to do for under $21

    Las Vegas: 21 things to do for under $21
    For those who want to spend more time than money in Las Vegas, here are 21 things to do for less than $21, all aimed at keeping the bottom line low and the fun factor high. 1. Springs Preserve. Forsake the fake pyramid and fake Statue of Liberty for a...
  • Angelina Jolie's leg has taken on a life of its own

     
    Angelina Jolie's leg is turning out to be more than just a flash in the pan. Angelina Jolie's leg has a Twitter account, a photo meme and a rash of talk-show hosts competively "Jolieing" on camera....
  • Sundance 2012: An Occupy movement (sort of) takes hold

     
    The Occupy Wall Street movement came to Park City, Utah, and the Sundance Film Festival, with Jonathan Demme screening his activist short at the concurrent Slamdance Film Festival....
  • Would the Romney ad be OK if it featured Ron Burgundy?

     
    As if he didn't have better things to do -- like pandering to Cuban American voters in Florida -- Mitt Romney has agreed to meet with NBC officials to discuss a Romney ad that got the network's knickers in a......
  • Composer Philip Glass joins Occupy Lincoln Center protest

     
    In a move as theatrical as it was inevitable (the opera that was "occupied": Philip Glass' 1980 work, “Satyagraha,” about the early life of Mahatma Gandhi) more than 200 protesters -- including Glass - gathered outside the Metropolitan Opera...
  • Who needs pro football? L.A. has the Galaxy

     
    Did you see the artist's rendering of L.A.'s cool new pro football stadium? Wow. It's something. It has wings, sort of. In the drawing, there are lots of people around it. And it's right there by Staples Center and L.A.......
  • Eastern storms: Snow in time for Halloween

     
    Northeast storms: Halloween weekend storms are boiling toward the Northeast at the start of what could be a harsh winter....
  • Why Bernie and Ruth Madoff are back in the news

     
    Bernie Madoff: Bernie Madoff and his wif, Ruth Madoff, have both given high-profile interviews that have been made public this week. Bernie says he's happier in prison; Ruth says the couple attempted suicide....
  • Statue of Liberty marks 125 years, hosts naturalization for 125

     
    The United States celebrated the 125th anniversary of the dedication of the Statue of Liberty with the naturalization of 125 new citizens from 46 nations on Friday, a ceremony of unity that temporarily put aside the political and geographical changes...
  • America: Still the best country in the world [Most commented]

     
    In the midst of the deficit crisis and fears of a double-dip recession, it’s easily forgotten that the United States is still the best country in the world, Michael O’Hanlon, a senior fellow and director of research for foreign policy......