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  • Kevin Ferris: Include all GOP candidates in primary debates

    Here's one way to look at the crowded Republican presidential field: an embarrassment of riches with one very rich embarrassment. On resumes alone, this is an impressive group: current and former governors and senators, three former presidential...
  • Agents: 'Titanic' composer James Horner died in plane crash

    James Horner, who composed music for dozens of films and won two Oscars for his work on "Titanic," died when his plane crashed in Southern California, his agents confirmed Tuesday. He was 61. Agents Michael Gorfaine and Sam Schwartz issued a statement...
  • Oscar-winning 'Titanic' composer James Horner dead at 61

    Oscar-winning 'Titanic' composer James Horner dead at 61
    From the swelling-sea songs of "Titanic" to the space symphonies of "Apollo 13" to the bagpipes of "Braveheart," James Horner's singular sound graced some of the biggest moments in the history of movies. It showed in the two Oscars he won and the 10...
  • Oscar-winning 'Titanic' composer James Horner dead at 61

    From the swelling-sea songs of "Titanic" to the space symphonies of "Apollo 13" to the bagpipes of "Braveheart," James Horner's singular sound graced some of the biggest moments in the history of movies. It showed in the two Oscars he won and the 10 he...
  • Brian Williams' departure from 'NBC Nightly News' marks the end of the almighty anchor

    Brian Williams' departure from 'NBC Nightly News' marks the end of the almighty anchor
    Brian Williams' departure from "NBC Nightly News" draws a curtain on an era of almighty evening news anchors. The legendary CBS newsman Walter Cronkite defined the network anchor in the 1960s and '70s as a trusted, calm paternal figure providing a...
  • Candidates to court Romney network at exclusive Utah summit

    Interested in playing flag football with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio? Maybe you'd prefer skeet shooting with South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham? Or horseback riding with Ann Romney? All are possible at Mitt Romney's third annual retreat next week. All...
  • Bob Schieffer steps down

    WASHINGTON -- When Bob Schieffer bowed out last Sunday after 24 years as moderator of CBS News' "Face the Nation," he observed that from the start "I tried to remember that the news is not about the newscaster. It's about the people who make it and...
  • Floyd Mayweather Jr. sued for defamation by former girlfriend

    Less than a week after the so-called "Fight of the Century," the bout's protagonists are facing a new challenge -- lawsuits. On the same day two lawsuits seeking class-action status were filed against Manny Pacquiao claiming he defrauded fans by failing...
  • Newport Beach Film Festival: 'A Brave Heart' shows Lizzie Velasquez's fight

    Newport Beach Film Festival: 'A Brave Heart' shows Lizzie Velasquez's fight
    Sara Hirsh Bordo's documentary "A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story" begins with silence, a blank white wall and then a woman's face. That face may be jarring to unprepared viewers — an understanding that led Bordo to place it on the...
  • Bianchi: If you pay for Mayweather vs. Pacquiao you're supporting domestic violence

    Bianchi: If you pay for Mayweather vs. Pacquiao you're supporting domestic violence
    Don’t do it. Don't you dare do it. Don't you dare pay to watch Floyd Mayweather fight Manny Pacquiao on Saturday. If you do, you are putting money into the pocket of Mayweather -- a man who is one of the most despicable domestic abusers in the...
  • Comedian Averell Carter ready to celebrate 25 years on stage

    Averell Carter traces his roots as a comedian to Eaton Middle School in Hampton. "I started writing jokes in the seventh grade — they were all bathroom jokes, but I was writing them," Carter said. "And one day my teacher, whose name was Debra...