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Hillary Clinton Speaks Out Against U.S. Use of Torture
Hillary Clinton spoke out against the use of waterboarding torture during a Tuesday speech in New York City, strongly condemning the tactics for the first time since the recent release of a Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA interrogation methods from a decade ago. "Today we can say again
On 'Seinfeld's' 25th Anniversary: 25 Actors You Forgot Were on the Show
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the greatest sitcom that was "about nothing." "Seinfeld" launched 25 years ago on July 5, 1989 and still resonates in pop culture lore, with quotes and episodes talked about today, almost 16 years after the series finale. Aside from launching the careers of Jerry
11 Movies You Should Watch Before Netflix Purges Them
Netflix regularly adds to and removes entertainment titles from its streaming lineup, but it's purging nearly 100 titles by Jan. 1, leaving only two days for Netflix subscribers to catch these hits. The reason behind the latest purge is not clear. Last April, Netflix lost an agreement with Warner
Veep Beat: Rubio's Soaking Up the VP Spotlight
RUBIO’S TIME TO SHINE: National Journal/CBS News’ Rebecca Kaplan examines how Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is taking advantage of his moment in the veepstakes spotlight to launch a broader role for himself on the national scene by embarking on foreign policy trips and courting voters in...
Use the Clues to Guess Our Person of the Week
Whom Do You Think We Chose as Person of the Week?' Guess Correctly and You May be One of Four People Who Get a Prize!
Catherine Keener on 'Please Give'
Hi I'm Peter Travers and this is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a very special movie out now called please give which has comedy and And it also has some melancholy some sadness it. On the star of this movie is Catherine Keener who as far as I'm concerned is
It's time to take a look at what's hitting theaters today. To help us do that is don't panic editor at large for life and style weekly Don happy Friday you thank you for joining us thank you need we have to start with the remake of the eighties horror classic I can ever being fourteen or fifteen
The Rumpus Begins: 'Where the Wild Things Are' Premieres in NYC
Stars Forest Whitaker, Catherine Keener and Producer Tom Hanks Attend Premiere
Rake Up These Riskier Fall Offerings
'Where the Wild Things Are,' 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs,' 'The Informant!' Among Noteworthy Fall Movies
Who's Who: Casting 'Election 2008: The Movie'
Hollywood Insiders on Which Actors Should Play the Prominent Political Players