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The Queen of Talk shows off her untreated hair on O, The Oprah Magazine, inspiring other black women to stop straightening, blow-drying, and chemically smoothing their locks
The social news site was a go-to source as the immediate aftermath of the Aurora shootings unfolded, renewing a debate over the role of user-generated journalism
It's been a year since the devastating BP oil disaster began, and scientists say the polluted water is almost as good as new
The university's storied football program may have a hard time recovering from the penalties imposed on Monday over the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal
Mitt Romney may be close to revealing his running mate. While you wait for his announcement, take this quiz to see how well you can tell former Veeps from baseball MVPs
With its exploration of terrorism and class warfare, the conclusion to Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy appears to channel 2012's headlines
Team Romney says it's not worried about President Obama's attacks on Bain Capital, but the campaign's actions tell a different story
Prominent legal scholar Alan Dershowitz says that newly released evidence destroys the prosecution's case against Trayvon Martin's killer
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The New York Democrat resigned last year after a sexting scandal, yet he's already planning a new bid for office — possibly even a New York City mayoral run
Lawmakers in the Golden State approve $4.6 billion in financing for a high-speed line connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco, but critics say it's a train to nowhere
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The 10-year-old tax cuts are sparking yet another political standoff, with Republicans countering Obama, saying that letting any tax cuts expire would cost jobs
The lame jokes on Sheen's new sitcom sound like leftovers from Two and a Half Men, say critics — not what you'd expect from a trailblazing network like FX
Sarah Palin's eldest daughter launches a new reality show chronicling her life as a single mom in Los Angeles. Critics could hardly be less enthused
It seems clear the disgraced two-time presidential contender will never hold office again. But he could find a way to do "good things"
China issues a dark warning to Google after accusations that Chinese hackers tried to crack U.S. government Gmail accounts. Should Google be worried?
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