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Jessica Alba Does Some Christmas Shopping At Coach
Jessica Alba knows what someone wants for Christmas ... and she just snatched it up at the Coach store in Beverly Hills. Some lucky pal is getting new black boots, it appears! Jessica was holiday-ready in her red and...
Miranda Kerr wore a stunning, floor-length lace gown at the opening of Roberto Cavalli's Just Cavalli flagship store in SoHo. The newly-single supermodel mom wore an animal-print gown and was photographed with her arm around the much-shorter designer. The...
Halle Berry is just like us -- sort of! The 47-year-old star grabbed some groceries at Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills on Thursday. This is one of the first times that the Oscar winner has been out and about...
On Thursday afternoon Fergie and hubby Josh Duhamel went to church in Los Angeles with their 3-month-old son Axl, and the proud parents were there to get their baby boy baptized. Josh looked dapper in a dark suit and...
What to Watch Friday: Haven and 4 Other Finales, Nikita's Big Decision, Five-0 Meets WWII and More
On TV this Friday: Haven, The Neighbors and Shark Tank ready themselves for a respite; Nikita gets the opportunity of a lifetime; Netflix throws down the Lilyhammer and Hawaii Five-0 goes (back) to war. As a supplement to TVLine’s original […]
This Thursday on Scandal, the oftentimes bananapants ABC drama wrapped the first half of Season 3 with an hour that, of course, uncorked new twists. But it also offered an admittedly satisfying sense of closure. And that was in part […]
This week’s Parenthood finds Amber and Ryan at a heartbreaking crossroads, while Julia juggles her feelings for two men, Sarah enjoys a hot hook-up and Drew is treated to a blast from the past. Here, we break down the seven […]
In Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy, Meredith and Cristina finally start to do more than just snipe at one another. (Mind you, there’s still quite a lotta sniping.) But, before the once-and-possibly-future BFFs can make too much headway, April tells them to […]
Journalists: Stop falling for hoaxes
You know how it goes. You are on Twitter. You see something outrageous. You click on the link. Really, they did that? And the next thing you know, you're retweeting it, or posting it to Facebook. Then you frantically move onto the next thing. But in a nanosecond your friends, colleagues, strangers a
Bloomberg reported in October that Blackstone lent money to a Spanish gambling company on the condition that it default on other loan payments in order to trigger a credit-default event, giving Blackstone a sure profit on credit-default swaps. The Daily Show's Jon Stewart compared it last week to Go
The New York Times reports on page one today that the Justice Department will bring a "criminal action" against Jamie Dimon's fraud-ridden JPMorgan Chase. What is this criminal action? A big ($2 billion) fine and a deferred-prosecution agreement, which is where the defendant promises not to commit t
Journalists rightly seek to tell compelling stories, which can bring abstract or dry topics to life, but the need to create a compelling narrative can be dangerous in politics. As we've seen in recent weeks, the focus on storytelling over analytical precision pulls the media toward overstated claims