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'Ferris Bueller's Day Off': Celebrating the Film's 30th Anniversary
"GMA" visits Ferris Fest - the special weekend festival created by fans to mark the 30th anniversary of the iconic comedy.
Condoleezza Rice Is Latest Commencement Speaker to Face Backlash
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice backing out of a planned commencement speech at Rutgers University in the face of protest this week is not the first example of commencement-related controversy. Graduation 2014: Politicians Hit the Graduation Circuit Just last month, first lady Michelle
Jimmy Kimmel to Host 2012 Emmy Awards
Late night funny guy Jimmy Kimmel has a new gig, one that will allow viewers to see him much earlier in the evening, for one night at least. The “Jimmy Kimmel Live” host will make his debut as host of the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards...
Nov. 25: 'Hollywood 10' Blacklisted by Movie Studios
On this day in 1947, the “Hollywood Ten” were blacklisted by movie studios during the Red Scare. That year, the House Un-American Activities Committee began its investigation of suspected communists in the film industry. During interviews, 10 people refused to answer questions under the First...
All That Glitters
Gold prices reach an all-time high as consumers cash in on skyrocketing values.
Modern Day Gold Rush
long before the content keys to doors began making ill fated trips into the Amazon in search of Eldorado. Gold worked almost unholy power over the minds and imaginations of men. in 22 and the pursuit of gold may be less epic in scale but there's plenty of evidence that passion for the precious
The Cast of 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off': Where Are They Now?
What's Up With Matthew Broderick, Jeffrey Jones, Jennifer Grey and the Rest of the Cast
Man Boobs, Narcolepsy and Other Odd Celeb Ailments
Jeremy Piven's Man Boob's, Jimmy Kimmel's Narcolepsy and Other Unusual Celeb Illnesses
Ben Stein loses N.Y. Times column over endorsement
Monotone TV personality Ben Stein has been stripped of his Sunday New York Times business column because of his work as a pitchman for a credit monitoring company. New York Times spokeswoman Catherine Mathis released a statement Friday that said the newspaper decided it would not be appropriate for
'What is President Obama doing about it? Perhaps too much...' Quotes of the Day
“Empathy-based rulings, no matter how well-intentioned, imperil the legal system that has been so essential to our liberties and so fundamental to our way of life.” - Senator Jeff Sessions on Judge Sonia Sotomayor, in a Boston Herald op-ed, published...