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JD Salinger Dies at 91
Author J.D. Salinger , who wrote the iconic "Catcher in the Rye," has died at age 91. The author's son, through Salinger's literary agent, said Salinger died at his home in New Hampshire of natural causes. For several generations of American high school students, the "Catcher in the Rye" was a
Mirror Mirror Who's the Greatest (Actor's) Director of them all?
ABC's Nancy Gabriner ruminating on all things Oscar today: When Penelope Cruz won her award last night it got me to thinking…... Who Directed the most Oscar-Winning Actors? Penelope Cruz won Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role...
Got $142K and Want to Make a Statement? Buy an Ad in the Times
Even in the Digital Age, Issue Groups Wanting to Make an Impact Will Buy a Full-Page Ad in The New York Times
Obama is Spiderman, McCain the Dark Knight
Entertainment Weekly sat down with Senators John McCain and Barack Obama for some Pop Culture Q&A -- with some surprising answers. McCain's favorite film/TV president, for instance, is President David Palmer, played by Dennis Haysbert, on 24. "He’s fabulous," McCain...
Excerpt: 'Gaspipe: Confessions of a Mafia Boss'
It's one the of country's most high-profile, unsolved crimes -- what happened to union boss Jimmy Hoffa? Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso, the former underboss of New York's notorious Lucchese crime family, reveals shocking insider details about the inner workings of the Italian mafia to author Philip Carlo
Would America Miss Miss America?
Pageants Shaped the Lives of Oprah and Other Prominent Women But Have Fallen on Troubled Times
Is Scorsese Oscar Poison?
Will 'The Aviator' Crash Yet Another Bid for the Legendary Director's First Academy Award?
World News Tonight Preview
Good afternoon. We'll begin tonight in the nation's capital where the question on everyone's mind is who leaked the identity of a CIA operative? The White House has denied any involvement and has promised to cooperate with the Justice Department's investigation. Former Ambassador Joe Wilson, who