Quick -- name the new M. Night Shyamalan summer blockbuster.
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Republicans are stumbling all over themselves to denounce President Barack Obama's executive action today to block the deportation of students who would benefit from the proposed DREAM Act. And in doing so, they're bumbling right into the trap the White House has laid for them. Obama's move, initial ... More >>
Ben QuayleRemember when Politico claimed Congressional candidate Ben Quayle lied about his connection with the raunchy Web site The Dirty? And the news that he lied spread like wildfire around the Internet, ultimately making its way to the front page of the New York Times? The (ahem) funny thing ... More >>
photos8.comI just read two stories that freaked me out a bit, and now it's finally sinking in just why. First, this: MSNBC's "U.N.: Tiger on 'verge of extinction'" And then, a while later, this: Time Magazine's "In Praise of the Endangered Restaurant Critic." It's a jungle out there.
Barack Obama has named Arizona's governor Janet Napolitano as the nation's Homeland Security secretary. This is Janet's biggest spotlight ever, and the country is being hit with a flurry of news stories about her. Obama made it official this morning during a news conference in Chicago. A ... More >>
Satan's Angel has taken her flaming tassels out of retirement, to the delight of a new generation of burlesque fans
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Rising star stays true blue
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Despite some glaring omissions, Tracks cuts an intriguing parallel path through Springsteen's career
Majoring in mojo at Carlos Castaneda workshop
Nationally known deprogrammer loses bid to discharge $3.4 million civil debt
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The word at Accent Graphics will never be in a museum. So what? It sells.