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This undated photo shows journalist Haynes Johnson. Johnson, a pioneering Washington journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the civil rights movements and migrated from newspapers to television, books and teaching, died Friday, May 24, 2013.
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Billy Joel has blamed three highly-publicised car accidents on depression brought on by the Sept 11 terror attacks on his home city of New York, rather than on his well-known problems with alcohol.
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On the cusp of watching Michael Douglas and Matt Damon get it on doggie-style as the late Liberace and his former lover, Scott Thorson, in Behind the Candelabra , it seems shocking -- laughable, even -- that there was ever any doubt about the orientation of a man made famous for such glittery flamboyance he'd put a peacock to shame.
Steve Jobs received a lot of criticism for not giving away more of the cash he made from Apple and his other ventures, but thanks to wife Laurene Powell Jobs, the Jobs family contributes more than you might think.
Who needs Republicans when Wall Street has the Democrats? With the help of congressional Democrats, the Street is rolling back financial reforms enacted after its near meltdown.
Tiger Global Management has bought $50 million worth of sharees in a secondary transaction from stockholders of Automattic, the San Francisco company behind the WordPress web site publishing platform.
Yahoo announced Monday that it was moving its New York headquarters to the former New York Times building in Times Square.
Far from the tale he tells in his memoir, the legendary producer and executive owed his ascent to super lawyer Greg Bautzer, "who knew everyone." Robert Evans' unlikely rise to head of production at Paramount Pictures in 1966 has become the stuff of Hollywood legend.
According to a New York Times obituary , Marsh died on Tuesday, March 21 at his home in Long Island, New York.
A musical version of the Oscar winning comedy Little Miss Sunshine is set to open Off Broadway in October thanks to the Second Stage Theater.
We've seen huge advances in our ability to generate, collect and store data. But not much happens to all that info once it's in the database.
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The face of Coles' "feed your family" advertising campaign is hosting American reality show Top Chef Masters, in-between doing the rounds of global food expos and top-rating TV.
As we reported previously, Tim Cook and two other Apple executives appeared before Congress earlier this week to discuss Apple's tax practices.
One day after his administration publicly acknowledged that the U.S. drone program had killed 4 U.S. citizens, one of whom was specifically targeted, President Obama is scheduled to deliver a 2:00 PM ET speech at the National Defense University on the future of the program and U.S. counterterrorism policy more generally.
Peter Leggeria, Peter Orlovsky, and Spain Rodriguez lay out a copy of the "East Village Other" . When the great poet Lucille Clifton died, the New York Times said that she was a member of a group of Buffalo black intellectuals.
A never-before-published book by writer Pearl S. Buck will be released after being discovered in a storage unit.