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  1. Rte Ten's top TV picks for today Saturday Mar 28Read the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago |

    Keanu Reeves and Catherine Tate are guests on The Jonathan Ross Show , while the Dubai World Cup - the richest horse race in the world - can be seen on TG4 at 11.30am. There is a welcome repeat of the inspiring documentary on boxer John Joe Nevin, Reality Bites , 9.00pm, RT 2. This week, Wossy welcomes Hollywood star of Point Break, Speed and The Matrix , Keanu Reeves, Catherine Tate, Russell Brand, and multi-platinum-selling Olly Murs, who chats and performs live.


  2. Family Viewing: 'Young Mr. Lincoln'Read the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | The Jersey Journal

    Once upon a time: In 1832, Abraham Lincoln gets a law book in payment for a debt, and wonders if he should take up the profession; his sweetheart Ann Routledge encourages him to follow his heart. When she dies, too young, he finally decides to take her advice and moves to Springfield, Ill., where he starts a storefront practice, meets an ambitious woman named Mary Todd - and finds himself the young and probably overmatched defense attorney in a murder case.


  3. Why Does America Hate Cuddly Bromances?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Men don't touch each other anymore, at least not very often or without excuse. For the average straight American man, physical contact is most often gruff-a pat on the back, a punch on the arm, or, most warmly, a firm handshake-and the only socially acceptable way to express emotional closeness is through irony.


  4. Mike Person, Author Of 'With Malice Toward One', Marks The 150th...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    April 14, 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre in Washington DC. Washington is gearing up for the event with ceremonies, theatrical performances, candlelight vigils, tours and a host of other events.


  5. Lincoln College celebration continues with Alumni Reunion WeekendRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News

    Lincoln College's 2015 Alumni Reunion will be held on the Lincoln campus April 24-25.


  6. Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, Inc. v. Cole - USDC, D. Oregon, March 18, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | JD Supra

    District court holds defendants willfully infringed plaintiff's copyright in animated film, finding defendants acted recklessly by manufacturing film without searching Copyright Office's records, and by concluding that film was in public domain based on its appearance on YouTube. Murakami Wolf Productions, Inc., predecessor to plaintiff Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, Inc., originally produced the animated short film "The Point" for television in 1970, and ABC broadcast the film the following year with Dustin Hoffman as the film's narrator.


  7. Tenn. group wants to remove Andrew Jackson from $20 billRead the original story

    Yesterday | Columbia Daily Herald

    If it were up to Chattanooga's historian, Susan B. Anthony or Elizabeth Cady Stanton would replace Tennessee's own Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. "The first woman we put on has to be someone who fought for women's equality, but was never there to watch it take fruit," said Linda Mines, historian for both the city and Hamilton County.


  8. Some of Lincoln's best friends were JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Jewish Journal

    The cover of "Lincoln and the Jews: A History," by Jonathan Sarna and Benjamin Shapell. A whopping 16,000 books have been written about President Abraham Lincoln.


  9. The Price That You Pay For Rocking The BoatRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Last month, I gave this tribute to Aaron Swartz, an internet activist, when I hosted a special Capitol Hill showing of the documentary Killswitch . Aaron was targeted for prosecution for his political views and, facing decades in prison, he killed himself.


  10. Hot photos of 'We Are Marshall' sports movie star January Jones in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago |

    Here is a slideshow of hot photos of January Jones in 2015. Hope you enjoy the photos and watch for January Jones on the last season of "Mad Men" this year.


  11. Sound Off: Admiration goes to these presidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

    Although President's Day has come and gone, we asked members of the Times-Union/ Email Interactive Group which president in history do they most admire and why. Here is a representative sampling of the responses: I would have to say first choice is George Washington; he set the example of what a president is.


  12. Pawnbroker finds his calling in Takoma ParkRead the original story

    16 hrs ago |

    After trying a few jobs following high school graduation, Victor Goodman started working for a pawn shop in Washington, D.C. “Anything that was happening in the city was right outside our door,” Goodman said. “There were demonstrations and protest marches going on right outside us.


  13. Carl Froch set to swap the boxing ring for Hollywood as he pursues ACTING careerRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    The Cobra will star in 'Once Upon a Time In London' in his screen debut, saying he will play a "tough guy or a villain" He will make his big screen debut in a film called 'Once Upon a Time In London' and revealed he will play a "tough guy or a villain". The Nottingham fighter hasn't been beaten since losing to Andre Ward in December 2011, going on to defeat Lucian Bute, Yusaf Mack and Mikkel Kessler before his two victories over Groves.


  14. Kevin Carey's 'The End of College' Overstates Higher Education ChangesRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    On a snowy December night in 1981, I packed my clothes and stereo into the back of a battered Ford Capri and drove away from SUNY Oswego. I was mid-way through a restless sophomore year and decided to "take a semester off."


  15. Watch: Is This Kid Really a Reincarnated1930s Hollywood Actor?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    The joke about reincarnation has always been that too many people claim to have been famous in past lives. They were Cleopatra or Abraham Lincoln or someone of such historical notoriety.


  16. How Scientology was born in N.J.Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    L. Ron Hubbard delivered a series of lectures about dianetics and demonstrating audting in Camden in 1953. Frank Sinatra.


  17. PEACETALK: Courage. Lakas o tibay ng loob. Tapang. Conviction.Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | MindaNews

    Ang aking pong pasasalamat sa inyo ay mag-uumpisa at magwawakas sa tema ng COURAGE. Lakas o tibay ng loob.


  18. Cincinnati-Filmed 'Carol' to Premiere at Cannes?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Carol , the drama about a romance between a younger and older woman in 1950s New York that was filmed in Cincinnati last spring, may have its premiere in May at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in France. Variety , which closely follows the film industry, yesterday published a speculative report about what may be appearing at this years Cannes, the world's most important film festival.


  19. Aaron Schock Compares Himself To Lincoln - A Rare Photo Proves ItRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Extreme Liberal

    In Aaron Schock's final speech on the floor of the House, he compared himself to Abraham Lincoln which should be a clue to what is wrong with the man. The hubris with which this guy operated, like many who get elected to office, both Democrats and Republicans, is just over the top.


  20. What is the greatest overlooked story at the end of the Civil War?Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    CSS Shenandoah Painting depicting the Confederate cruiser in the Arctic ice, circa June 1865. This image has been credited to the "Illustrated London News", though it appears to be a painting on canvas and not a line engraving.