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Is Oprah headed to The Great White Way? The talk show host is reportedly mulling an opportunity to star in a revival of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “‘night, Mother,” according to The New York Times.
State Department official Victoria Nuland won’t say she apologized to the Europeans for using less than diplomatic language when she told a colleague to “f--k the EU,” in leaked audio recording of a conversation about the protests in Ukraine.
Paul Walker’s 15-year-old daughter reportedly lived with him, rather than her mother Rebecca Soteros, because of her mom’s issues with alcohol, according to TMZ.
I can admit it. I was a skeptic. And a big one. When Popcap first announced that its next Plants vs. Zombies game would be a multiplayer shooter, I was worried. First off, it would come on the heels of Plants vs. Zombies 2, a title I found rather disappointing on iOS.
The prayers of comic book fans have been answered: "Preacher" is coming to television. Based on the critically lauded, ultra-violent comic series by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon, the project will be executive produced and written by "This Is The End's" Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg,
Alexander Esguerra's company, Love and Paint, lets couples capture passionate sexual moments on a canvas.
Parents have long poured on cheese sauce, peanut butter and the like to coax kids to eat their vegetables, but a new study suggests those tricks might also get children to look more favorably at the vegetables themselves.
A 13-year-old boy died after a pal accidentally blasted him in the chest with a shotgun they and some friends were toying with inside a Washington state home on Thursday, police said.
The artist behind a hyper-realistic statue of a sleepwalker in his underwear says spooked Massachusetts students are misunderstanding his work. The creepy statue of a zombie-like bald man with outstretched arms has so riled some students at all-female Wellesley College that 715 people signed an online petition calling for its removal.