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The Cure's Lol Tolhurst Discusses His New Memoir and the Band’s Beginnings
Last week Lol Tolhurst, the founding drummer of the Cure, released his memoir, "Cured: The Tale Of Two Imaginary Boys." The book chronicles his lifelong friendship with Cure frontman Robert Smith and the iconic band's beginnings. Although Tolhurst began as the group's drummer, as they expanded from
Michael Moore: 'We Called it on the Crew, the No Problems, All Solutions Movie'
Moore appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his new film "Where to Invade Next" and explains why he took a 6-year-break.
Mystery 'GOP Hottie' from Debate Revealed
Twitter started buzzing over Gregory Caruso, who sat behind the moderator during the debate.
Meet Sam, the Cat With Eyebrows
When Amanda Collado found her cat Sam, at first she didn't notice that there was something special about him. "It was actually a friend of mine who noticed that Sam had eyebrows," said Collado, of New York City. "After a brief stint on Reddit, people started comparing him to Martin Scorsese and
Berets Made in France Are Almost Fini
The French beret, once as common in France as baseball caps in America, is in trouble. French production of the iconic wool hats — as synonymous with France as escargot — is in serious decline. France in the 1980s produced several million berets a year, but last year it produced just 160,000.
President Obama Takes Press Through Visual Journey in Correspondents' Roast
Obama takes jabs at various news networks during opening round of jokes at White House Correspondent
Web Extra: Read Sen. Rand Paul's New Book Intro
Excerpted from “Government Bullies” by Senator Rand Paul. Used with permission from Center Street, a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc. Introduction Ronald Reagan famously said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’...
'Avengers' Foreign Product Placement
From Australian underwear to Chinese milk, foreign products appear in smash hit.
Oct. 2: Day in History
Since 2007, Oct. 2 — the birth anniversary of Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi — has been observed as the International Day of Non-Violence . Around the world, people, governments and groups have honored the day with news articles, lectures, exhibitions, ceremonies and prayer meetings. 1950...
Deity Goes into Retirement: Tibetans Face Uncertainty in Post-Dalai Lama Era
The Dalai Lama has officially retired from politics, claiming he wants to live as a "simple monk." It's a watershed moment for Tibet, amid fears of Chinese meddling and controversy over the new generation of leaders. Meanwhile the Chinese authorities continue to brutally crack down on protests by