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Lawmaker charged with child prostitution filed odd bills
A Republican state senator charged with child prostitution once proposed a bill to prohibit the use of human fetuses in food and spent 17 years working with a program that introduces young people to government
The Social Climber: Pope Francis Draws Record Crowd
Pope Francis Draws Record Crowd It was a record turnout for Pope Francis in Brazil over the weekend for World Youth Day. Catholic pilgrims packed the famous white sandy beach of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro Saturday. Pope Francis presided over a prayer vigil that Rio's City hall said Saturday night
Dog the Bounty Hunter Bails Out Nicolas Cage
Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage , jailed in New Orleans over an alleged outburst against his wife, police and a few parked cars, is free today after reportedly being bailed out by reality TV star Duane "Dog" Chapman. "I am a truly dedicated fan of Mr. Cage and will not be granting any
Arrest Imminent in Death of Hollywood Producer's Wife
Mexican Authorities Say There are Numerous Inconsistencies in Bruce Beresford-Redman's Story
Sharpton Open to Meeting With 'Dog'
When the National Enquirer posted an audio clip of bounty hunter and reality TV star Duane "Dog" Chapman caught in a racist rant Wednesday, Chapman immediately apologized publicly and reached out to black leaders, including the Rev. Al Sharpton. Chapman, 54, whose A&E show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter,"
In Dog We Trust: A Bounty Hunter's Tale
America's favorite bounty hunter, Duane "Dog" Chapman, is out with a new book about his reality TV exploits, his tumultuous past and how he narrowly avoided spending some serious jail time in Mexico. Chapman recently opened up to ABC News Now's "What's the Buzz" about the man behind the muzzle.
EXCERPT: 'I Am Dog'
Duane "Dog" Chapman has been a bounty hunter for more than 27 years. He was made famous in 2004 when TV cameras began following his exploits on a reality show called "Dog the Bounty Hunter." His new book, "You Can Run but You Can't Hide," which goes on sale Tuesday, gives the reader a look into the
Nightline Online: Congress Backs 'Dog'
Thanks for watching our Internet edition of Nightline I'm Cynthia McFadden. Border security is one of the hottest campaign issues political season and what better sign of the heated debate than the large group of lawmakers making an unusual show of support. Why would members of congress stand up