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Arts & Life

Ferrell Carries on with Parody in 'Blades of Glory'

In the new film Blades of Glory, comic actor Will Ferrell plays a boorish figure skater forced to team up with another man in a pairs skating competition. The role is Ferrell's latest in a series of characters that have parodied macho men.

Ferrell Carries on with Parody in 'Blades of Glory'
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Music Articles

Amy Winehouse Debuts with 'Back to Black'

Amy Winehouse is a 23-year-old British singer-songwriter who takes much of her inspiration from American soul and R&B. Her American debut album, Back To Black, topped the British charts and hit the American charts at number seven.

Amy Winehouse Debuts with 'Back to Black'
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Elizabeth Warren on the Credit Card Industry

Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren is an expert on bankruptcy and is an outspoken critic of consumer lenders. Warren is also the author of The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle Class Mothers and Fathers Are Going Broke.

Elizabeth Warren on the Credit Card Industry
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Will Ferrell Skates Ahead with New Comedy

Comedian and actor Will Ferrell stars in the new film Blades of Glory. He plays a former Olympic ice skater who, banned from competition with a rival (Jon Heder of Napoleon Dynamite fame), discovers a loophole: they can compete as a pair.

Will Ferrell Skates Ahead with New Comedy
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Sandler Takes a Serious Turn in 'Reign Over Me'

Mike Binder has directed nine feature films. In Reign Over Me, he gives a serious — an extremely serious — part to the comic Adam Sandler, who plays a man whose life is destroyed by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Sandler Takes a Serious Turn in 'Reign Over Me'
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Journalist Scahill Charts the Rise of Blackwater USA

Blackwater USA is a secretive private army based in North Carolina with a sole owner: Erik Prince, a right-wing Christian multimillionaire. Jeremy Scahill talks about his book Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army.

Journalist Scahill Charts the Rise of Blackwater USA
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