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Brand X Files: Mel Gibson: mentally ill or just a jerk? 'The Hills' (finally) ends. NAACP condemns racism in 'tea party'Brand XMel Gibson: mentally ill or maybe just a jerk?: Mel Gibson's mental health issues may have contributed to his fits of rage. Or maybe he's, you know, both crazypants and a nasty guy? (ABC News) What, me, racist? Iowa 'tea party' billboard compares Obama to...
Money & CompanyWarren Buffett and Bill Gates say they’ve gotten pledges from 38 other super-rich Americans to give most of their wealth away to charity or other philanthropic causes during their lifetimes or at their death. In an announcement Wednesday, Buffett said.....
Daniel Schorr, who became the elder statesman of public radio after decades as a feisty television broadcaster for CBS and CNN, has died. He was 93. Schorr died Friday morning after a short illness at a Washington hospital, National Public Radio...
Company TownMedia mogul-turned-philanthropist and bison burger pusher Ted Turner brought his message of peace, love and understanding to Hollywood movers and shakers at the Producers Guild of America's second annual Produced By conference being held at the 20th...
Percival Everett doesn't spend a lot of time considering his body of work. Instead, says the 52-year-old author, whose new novel "I Am Not Sidney Poitier" (Graywolf: 272 pp., $16 paper) came out last month, "I think about writing one book at a time. It'...
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Clarence Wagner Native American preservationist Clarence "Curly Bear" Wagner, 64, a Native American historian who pressed for repatriation of ancestral remains to tribes, died of cancer July 16 at a hospital in Browning, Mont., on the Blackfeet Indian...
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If you must have a shtick, make it a good one. Robert Olen Butler is familiar with this dictum: His collection "Tabloid Dreams" was based on supermarket tabloids; the stories in "Had a Good Time" were drawn from vintage postcards; "Severance" was composed...
Robert J. Wussler, a CNN co-founder and a longtime CBS executive, has died after a long illness. He was 73. Wussler died June 5 at his home in Westport, Conn., spokesman Arthur Sando said. Robert Joseph Wussler was born Sept. 8, 1936, in Newark, N.J.,...
Steve, Johnnie and listeners submit their suggestions for great summer reads. A Girl Named Zippy by Haven Kimmel Coming Attractions by Fannie Flagg The Poisoner's Handbook by Deborah Blum Crashing Through by Robert Kurson Dancing Bear: An Inside Look...
Money & CompanyWarren Buffett and Bill Gates want the richest Americans to promise to give most of it away. In a campaign launched on Wednesday, the two billionaires are calling on the nation’s wealthiest people to formally pledge at least 50% of......
Gold DerbyBetty White is one of the true pioneers of television, making her debut on the nascent medium in 1939. More than seven decades on and she remains a star of the small screen, headlining a new sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," which debuted to record ratings...
The Big PictureWhen I had lunch with New Line President Toby Emmerich the other day at a hip industry eatery in Hollywood, he advised me that the next time I went to the restaurant I could save money by parking my car......
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