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Mary Hart has hosted Entertainment Tonight since 1982. She's now stepping down. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Mary Hart: An Icon Of Modern Celebrity Steps Down After Nearly 30 Years

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Frito-Lay Uses Times Square For PR Stunt

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Wal-Mart's ad campaign in Mandarin emphasizes family as an important theme. In this moment from one of the ads, mother and daughter talk about the value Wal-Mart adds to their household. Wal-Mart hide caption

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Beyonce (And Michelle Obama) Get The Kids Moving

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Phoebe Snow onstage at the Berks Jazz Festival in Reading, Pa., in 2009. Andrew Lepley/Redferns hide caption

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Phoebe Snow, 'Poetry Man' Singer, Has Died

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Matt Smith stars as The Doctor in a new season of Doctor Who. BBC hide caption

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A New 'Doctor Who' Tries To Make Peace With Its Impatient Stateside Fans

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Greg Mortenson, the author of Three Cups of Tea and Stone Into Schools, poses with Nowseri schoolchildren in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Central Asia Institute hide caption

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'Tea' Debacle Reflects The Murky Waters Of Memoirs

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Emilia Clarke plays the exiled teenage Princess Daenerys Targaryen, whose family ruled the kingdom for years before their violent ouster. Helen Sloan/HBO hide caption

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WWE Superstar Randy Orton celebrates victory during WrestleMania XXVI in March 2010. Orton appears in a dramatic role in That's What I Am, a WWE Studios production coming out in April. Rick Scuteri/AP hide caption

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WWE Wrestles Its Way Into Indie Film Industry

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