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With Election Day two weeks away and stakes for both parties rising higher by the hour, it's never been more crucial for candidates to...

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Major League Baseball's National League Championship Series heads to game seven tonight, as the St. Louis Cardinals take on the San Francisco Giants. Now...

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At last weekend's New York Comic Con, director Kimberley Pierce promised her Carrie remake—hitting theaters in March—hews closely to the book: "I took a...

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1. Thar she blows! Feast your eyes on the Herman Melville Google Doodle honoring the 161st anniversary of “Moby Dick.” It’s a whale of...

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Franck Thilliez's international bestseller, "Syndrome E," opens with a single-mom detective who lands a particularly sticky case: an ex-lover has become blind after watching...

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In the space of two and a half hours, a balloon rose to a height equal to 100 Empire State Buildings. Felix Baumgartner stood in...

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Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese monk, political activist and one of the world's leading teachers of Zen Buddhism, has written more than 80 books...

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The strong heroines populating Alfred Hitchcock’s films had nothing on his wife.  In the docudrama Hitchcock—based on the book by Stephen Rebello and arriving in...

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1. From a glowing egg to an alien spacecraft, Flavorwire has the lowdown on the most bizarre-looking libraries in the world. (Image via) 2. Congratulation...

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Rock stars of the '60s and '70s who have lived long enough to tell their stories are having a moment: Keith Richards' memoir, "Life," was widely acclaimed,...

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