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Barbara Eden: A 'Jeannie Out of the Bottle'
Most of us know Barbara Eden as the delightfully adorable genie from the hit 1960s sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie." Whether it was a magical chemistry with co-star Larry Hagman or Jeannie's unbelievable ability to get herself in and out of trouble, the show was irresistible. In her new book, "Jeannie
‘Top Line’ at the Movies: Lawrence Bender on ‘Countdown to Zero’
After a film about Al Gore’s PowerPoint enjoyed surprising commercial success, people began asking Oscar-winning producer Lawrence Bender to make 'An Inconvenient Truth' of whatever their pet causes were.
What Does 'The Bachelor' Say About Marriage?
Thank you for joining us to focus on faith on Chris Cuomo coming up the bachelor is it a good deal is the ideals of bad deal. Also coming up the Oscars is there anything spiritual out. stay with us. Welcome to focus on. My friends I'm Chris Cuomo this is as you know father back. Protectionist good
Homeless Man Puts Knox Near Crime Scene
Perugia Man Says Knox and Boyfriend Were Talking 'Animatedly' in Square Around Time of Murder
The Gangster of Comedy
Everybody I'm went around this is Caroline her at Caroline's on Broadway comedy club and of course our partner and hotly thank you so much for being with us again today we're very lucky it's special guest like comedian. And entrepreneur mark Paul and he's known as the gangster of comedy is like
What's Old Is New: Grocery Store Courts Seniors
In a quiet Berlin neighborhood, there's a retail revolution underway. At Generation Market, they aren't trying to sell MP3 players to teenagers and they're not trying to sell designer clothes to hip 20-somethings. They're trying to sell groceries to old people. The shopping carts have magnifying
Bottoms Up for New 'Poseidon'
Movies were in trouble back in 1972, when the original version of "The Poseidon Adventure" hit theaters. They were competing with TV, and one way to bring people into theaters was with huge disaster sagas that were too big to watch at home. We had little TVs back then. The original also had a huge
Gynecologists Fed Up With Morning-After Pill Roadblocks
'Ask Me' Campaign Encourages Female Patients to Get an Advance Prescription
In Memoriam: Those We Lost in 2006
Dec. 31, 2006 Gerald R. Ford, , 93 -- Thirty-eighth president of the United States, who ascended to the presidency in the wake of Richard Nixon's resignation. He was the only president never to be elected to national office. His pardon of Nixon helped heal the nation after the divisiveness of
Weird News: The Wolf Files
How big a shadow can you cast when you stand 3 feet, 9 inches tall? A giant one, in the case of Billy Barty. Barty was a comedian to the very end. He could dress up like a pint-sized Liberace, in a silver wig and satin pants, and play a toy piano as shaving cream bubbled from a candelabra. It was