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Dixie Chicks frontwoman Natalie Maines has released her first solo album, titled "Mother," a nod to the album's remake of the 1979 Pink Floyd song. She talks to CBS News about her album, which she never envisioned doing. "I never really had it in my mind...
Tags: Entertainment, Music
On Wednesday evening musician/actor Justin Timberlake tossed off a mysterious tweet that said, simply, “Thursday, January 10th, 9:01 am PST.” With that little message, the online world erupted: Has the one-time N' Sync member, absent from...
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The future of the Dixie Chicks still remains uncertain after Natalie Maines sat down with her pal Howard Stern to discuss the group recently. She tells the talk-show host that she doesn’t “feel like it’s the Dixie Chicks time.” She...
Rascal Flatts are officially the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry! The trio was inducted into the Opry Oct. 8, in a ceremony that was simultaneously celebrating the institution’s 86th birthday. Gary LeVox, Rascal Flatts’ vocalist, spoke...
The Oak Ridge Boys were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry Saturday night by Opry member Jimmy Dickens. The legendary country music group made up of William Lee Golden, Joe Bonsall, Richard Sterban and Duane Allen was invited to join the Opry last month....
Tags: Elections, White House, Politics
Nittany LinesCBS Sports' Dennis Dodd recently conducted an interview with former Penn State quarterbacks coach Jay Paterno, who hints that he's planning a book on the past two years. The interview features some interesting insights (read it here), but the section........
Talking PicturesAnton Ego, "Ratatouille." When does a critic's right to an unpopular opinion become not a right, but a wrong? A funny thing happened in Cleveland last week involving a newspaper, an orchestra, a critic suing both parties, and a stink......
Blogs At Orlando Sentinel - Orlando SentinelColorful rhetoric has been part of politics since the dawn of civilization. The term “campaign” itself is of military origin. Military metaphors are common not only in politics, but in business, sports, medicine, science, and every-day life....
Change of SubjectI invite my most clever, lawyerly comment contributors to make the case that National Intelligence Director James Clapper (right) did not brazenly commit perjury during his testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee on March 12. Oregon Democrat Ron...
Capitol IdeasYo! The Republican thorn in the Republican Gov. Tom Corbett’s side has stuck again. The latest political barbs from Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor center on the national Common Core education standards. But nearly every paragraph in...
WASHINGTON — A decade ago, then-Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge oversaw the start of BioWatch, the nationwide system designed to detect airborne releases of anthrax or other biological weapons. In his 2003 State of the Union address,...
RedEye Sound BoardThere's no denying that Kanye West has become synonymous with arrogance. Compared with his current, astronomical self-image, though, the Chicago-raised rap/fashion icon's musical beginnings were humble. People actually liked him because of that...
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