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  • Warner Bros. to distribute films in China on cable TV

    Warner Bros. to distribute films in China on cable TV
    In the latest sign of Hollywood's accelerated efforts to expand its presence in the fast-growing Chinese market, Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced plans to offer its movies via cable television there, the first such venture by a major studio....
  • Joe Surf: Brophy puts it all out there for his art

    Sorry for going all "artsy" on you, but when you really think about it, surfers are artists. You could say the board is their paintbrush, and the wave is their canvas. For Drew Brophy, the whole surfer-artist thing is more literal than figurative. He'...
  • Poet Gil Scott-Heron dies

    Poet Gil Scott-Heron dies
    (CNN) -- Gil Scott-Heron, dubbed the "godfather of rap" for his mix of poetry and music, died Friday in New York, his publicist at XL Recordings said. He was 62. It was not immediately known what killed Scott-Heron, who was best known for the 1970 song...
  • There's little privacy in a digital world

    There's little privacy in a digital world
    During his two-hour morning bike ride, Eric Hartman doesn't pay much attention to his iPhone. But the iPhone is paying attention to him. As he traverses the 30-mile circuit around Seal Beach, Hartman's iPhone knows precisely where he is at every moment,...
  • Republicans: Repeal rule that spurred bank fees

    Republicans: Repeal rule that spurred bank fees
    House Republicans say there's a solution for the debit card fees from Bank of America and others that are ticking off customers: repeal the new regulation that the banks blame for needing the fees. Several Republicans announced Wednesday that will...
  • Is it time for 'Family Guy' to end?

    Is it time for 'Family Guy' to end?
    It doesn't sound like creator, writer and voice actor Seth MacFarlane would mind if "Family Guy," now in its 10th season, made an exit from primetime programming. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, MacFarlane admits that he thinks his...
  • Congress finally gets something right

    Congress finally gets something right
    Our dysfunctional divided Congress finally was able to find some common ground Wednesday, passing long-delayed free-trade bills with South Korea, Panama and Colombia. Together, these treaties promise to increase U.S. exports by more than $12 billion a...
  • Obama must respond carefully on alleged Iranian assassination plot

    Obama must respond carefully on alleged Iranian assassination plot
    Let me plead guilty to being completely perplexed by the news that two Iranians, one a naturalized U.S. citizen, and the second a Quds Forces operative, are alleged by the United States government to have conspired to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador...
  • Cain offers possibilities for his VP

    Cain offers possibilities for his VP
    GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain laid out his key criteria for picking a running mate, and detailed how he would go about selecting key advisers in the White House should he win the presidency, in an interview with radio host Steve Gill. Cain even...
  • Perry plan: More drilling, more jobs

    Perry plan: More drilling, more jobs
    Making his first policy speech in the GOP presidential race, Rick Perry laid out the beginning of his jobs plan Friday by focusing on energy. "We're standing on top of the next American economic boom, and it's the energy underneath this country," Perry...
  • Cain's race not as big an issue with conservatives as Obama's was three years ago

    Cain's race not as big an issue with conservatives as Obama's was three years ago
    Three years after the nation elected its first African-American president, the Republican Party could make its own history -- given his rising poll numbers and raised awareness among voters and in the press, Herman Cain is the first African-American to...
  • Anita Perry blames Obama for son's job loss

    Anita Perry blames Obama for son's job loss
    Rick Perry's wife Anita said Friday that she could sympathize with the plight of the unemployed because her son was forced to resign his job to take a more active role on his father's presidential campaign. Anita Perry blamed the Obama administration for...