Iron Man Is Adopted: What Does The Reveal Mean For Marvel’s Movies?

Will Tony Stark’s comic book brother take over for Robert Downey Jr. in the Marvel movie-verse? As we learned in Marvel Comics’ “Iron Man #17” on Wednesday(October 23), Tony Stark is adopted. The plotline, which revealed that there’s a second, natural born Stark brother named Arno, will play out extensively in the monthly comic books. But […]

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Bruno Mars To Play Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show: It’s Official

It’s official: Bruno Mars will play the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show on Feb. 2, 2014. Reports of the “Locked Out Of Heaven” singer’s booking started circulating when the Los Angeles Times broke the news Friday, and were confirmed throughout the weekend. Mars himself made the announcement in Times Square around 12:30 ET Sunday […]

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Meet Bianca Rinehart, who loves to blow stuff up

MEET Bianca Hope Rinehart, the daughter of the world’s richest woman. Despite being famously media shy, Rinehart has posed in designer gowns for the December issue of Vogue Australia (out Friday) in the wide red land where her family made their mining fortune – the Pilbara. Alongside two of her siblings, Rinehart is currently engaged […]

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10 brilliant quotes from Warren Buffett – the world’s greatest investor

WHEN the world’s richest investor speaks, people listen. Warren Buffett, an 82-year-old American worth about $44 billion and nicknamed the “Oracle of Omaha”, is the most quoted investor on the planet and countless financial experts swear by his words of wisdom. Here are 10 of the most common Buffett quotes, and some lessons we can […]

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Why Romney is gaining ground with Latinos in Florida

Editor’s note: Ruben Navarrette is a CNN contributor and a nationally syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group. Follow him on Twitter: @rubennavarrette. Read this article in Spanish/Lea este artículo en español (CNN) — Say what you will about Florida. In a presidential election year, the Sunshine State is never boring. Once again, the […]

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Dems’ national security advantage at risk

Editor’s note: Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. He is the author of “Jimmy Carter” and of the new book “Governing America.” (CNN) — President Barack Obama must do well in the debate Monday or he risks losing the national security advantage that Democrats have struggled so hard […]

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Cheap weddings for older couples but guests are still paying the price

WEDDINGS might be getting cheaper these days, but only for the bride and groom Loved up Aussies are heading down the aisle later than ever and most are paying $35 000 for the privilege. Food and alcohol tops the most expensive list, followed by flowers, venue, wedding outfits and photographers. The reduced expenditure can be […]

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Year in Review: The Best of Girls’ Generation in 2013

At first glance, 2013 appeared to be a quiet year for Girls’ Generation, with few promotions as a group in Korea after “I Got A Boy”. A closer look, however, shows that this year was as busy as ever for the nation’s girl group. In just one year, Girls’ Generation released two new full-length albums […]

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