Anti-Islam Film May Be Connected To Libya Attack

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The Strange Story Of The Man Behind 'Strange Fruit'

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Actor Michael Clarke Duncan Was A 'Gentle Giant'

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Comedy's Self-Deprecating Pioneer Phyllis Diller Dies

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Musicians Who Paid The Price Before Pussy Riot

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Remembering Award-Winning Composer Marvin Hamlisch

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Monroe's Legacy Is Making Fortune, But For Whom?

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In Movie Theaters, How Much Security Is Enough?

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Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps signed an endorsement deal with Subway in 2008, but because Subway is not an Olympic sponsor, Phelps isn't allowed to appear in a Subway ad from July 18 to Aug. 15 2012. via SubwayEatFresh365/YouTube hide caption

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For Olympic Committee, Marketing Is No Game

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Looking For Lady Day's Resting Place? Detour Ahead

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Comedian Charlie Hill says he's achieved the American dream, but that it's been out of reach for many fellow Native Americans. Courtesy of Charlie Hill hide caption

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Native American Comic Living The 'Indigenous Dream'

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Bishops Find Modern Allegories In Mexican War Film

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Why Cable Channels Don't Mind Airing Reruns

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Bee Gee Robin Gibb Dies Of Cancer At 62

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In Writing, Fuentes Shed Light On Poverty, Inequality

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