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Material Girls across the world, pull out the cold hard cash. A tidal wave of Madonna's possessions could soon be yours.
He was born in poverty. When his mother died, he dropped out of school to work. He taught himself to read, worked at a series of jobs, and opened a general store with a friend.
The days are getting shorter, and in the theater world, that's good news! The fall season is revving up, and this month marks the West End arrival of both Olivier Award-winning veteran Kristin Scott Thomas and stage newbie Lindsay Lohan.
Today is the 161st anniversary of the christening and official naming of the fledgling town of Lincoln, Illinois.
There's a safer alternative to driving for anyone who has too much to drink this holiday weekend.
Detroit, 1978. The dissatisfied, country-clubbing wife of a cheating businessman gets kidnapped for ransom out of her suburban home by a pair of goofball criminals .
Ever since Ronald Reagan the warmonger landed in Washington liberals longed for a foreign policy president who was up to their standards, was as "thoughtful" as they were, and understood all their dreams.
Veteran actress/director Penny Marshall is publicly appealing to the president of a Detroit, Michigan school to halt cruel heart experiments on dogs after learning a pooch named in honour of her character on Tv sitcom Laverne & Shirley was subjected to the traumatic treatment.
Unlike most other stars, the British supermodel isn't a fan of the photo craze and only reluctantly shares pics of herself online because her fans like to see what she's doing.
The National Park Service celebrates its 98th birthday on August 25, so in honor of the federal bureau that has helped preserve the country's most important and stunning landscapes, we've compiled this list of our National Parks coverage to inspire you to get out and see the great outdoors during the coming months.
Some may pine for George Clooney's chin or Scarlett Johansson's lips, but no body part should be more envied than Elmore Leonard's ear.
ST. LOUIS Justice was a recurring theme as thousands of mourners packed the mammoth Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church on Monday for the funeral of Michael Brown, a black teen whose fatal shooting following a confrontation with a white police officer set off weeks of sometimes violent protests.
It was the kind of moment that has defined the lives of many young performers and future stars.
Depending on the longevity of one's experience, the history of government's inhumanity to man grows deeper.
Mid-Columbia Libraries hosted the Civil War Reenactment Saturday and Sunday to show kids what is was like to be on the battlefield.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:02 am
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