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Multiple news organizations today went live to cover the Vatican’s announcement that it had elected the 266th Pope. Fox, ABC, CBS, and The CW all cut away from scheduled programming to cover this monumental news.
Exactly 30 days ago, Pope Benedict XI (formerly known as Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger) announced that he would step down from his… Continue reading Networks cut to Rome as Vatican names 266th Pope
Last week, Survivor: Philippines’ Angie left Jeff Probst speechless when she opined that the cure to all her tribe’s woes was a nice big plate of cookies. But Angie’s cookie craving was merely the latest in a long line of eye-popping, jaw-dropping moments to occur at Tribal Council. With this being the show’s landmark 25th season, we went to the… Continue reading ‘Survivor’: Jeff Probst names the top 5 Tribal Councils of all time — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Review in a Hurry: It’s safe to say Safe star Jason Statham kicks butt—what’s new, right? This formulaic but entertaining action flick, about an ex-cop who guards an orphaned girl from gangsters, packs a punch with high-adrenaline stunts and shoot-’em-ups. But try to dodge the silly plot. … Continue reading Movie Review: Safe Predictably Kicks Butt, Takes Names and Makes Time to Crunch Numbers
Barbara Walters broke her own rule in this year’s “The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011.” She named a man to the top spot who passed away this year. It’s easy to see what would prompt her to do so. The number one most fascinating person this year… Continue reading Barbara Walters names Steve Jobs 'Most Fascinating Person' of 2011
Since welcoming daughter Harper Seven on July 10, David Beckham has wasted no time showing off his fatherly pride.
Not only did he post a sweet photo of his baby girl with wife Victoria Beckham, but he also sported a pair of pink-and-white cleats with all four of his kids’ names — Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, 8½, Cruz, 6½ and Harper, 1 week — during the L.A. Galaxy vs. Real Madrid match on… Continue reading David Beckham Displays Kids' Names on Soccer Cleats