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  • What happened to Mindy Kaling's body? Why Elle shouldn't have cropped her cover photo

    What happened to Mindy Kaling's body? Why Elle shouldn't have cropped her cover photo
    Mindy Kaling may love her Elle magazine cover, but Internet critics have called foul on the close-up shot, accusing the magazine, again, of “fat-ism” for cropping her curvy body out of the image. Kaling’s cover is one of four for Elle&...
  • Arianna Huffington to take Third Metric event on the road

    Arianna Huffington to take Third Metric event on the road
    Want to have lunch with Arianna Huffington and learn why success should mean more than money and power? It'll only cost a thousand dollars. The Huffington Post Media Group editor-in-chief and president is going out on a three-city tour with MSNBC's...
  • NBCU Wants to Mash Up the News with Stake in Startup NowThis News

    NBCUniversal's news division has made a minority investment in NowThis News, styled as a next-generation mobile-social video news provider, in a bid to better reach millennials and other digital audiences -- which are watching far less TV news these days....
  • Khalid Shaikh Mohammed issues 'nonviolence' manifesto

    Khalid Shaikh Mohammed issues 'nonviolence' manifesto
    WASHINGTON — The alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has written a rambling, deeply religious manifesto that suggests Muslims should not use violence to spread Islam — a sharp departure from his earlier boasts of waging...
  • Debbie Martinez wants Florida women to Stand Strong

    Debbie Martinez wants Florida women to Stand Strong
      For every two new marriages recorded in a given year, there is one divorce, according to Patheos.com. Florida also happens to be home to the divorce capital of America—Panama City. It’s a little known fact, but Florida contains three...
  • AOL Pacts with MiTu, as Hispanic Online Network Keeps Expanding Beyond YouTube

    AOL has cut a content-licensing pact with MiTu Network, a producer of Latino-focused digital video content, which promises to further expand MiTu's reach beyond YouTube. Under the deal, AOL has rights to distribute MiTu's original and partner-produced...
  • 7 questions about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act you needed answered

    7 questions about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act you needed answered
    Republican Senator Dean Heller, the junior Senator from Nevada, announced Monday his support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which likely makes him the crucial 60th vote in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's attempt to get the bill...
  • Corralling the loners

    Another crazed, furious loner shocks the world. This time I'm a little too close to the edge of the chaos. I gape at the TV in disbelief: I'm supposed to fly out of Los Angeles Airport -- Terminal 3, no less -- that afternoon, but all I see is footage of...
  • Nora Ephron has the final word with 'The Most of Nora Ephron'

    Amid the tributes that poured out after Nora Ephron's 2012 death, one anecdote was repeated often. It was about Phoebe Ephron, Nora's hard-driving screenwriter mother, who became a cirrhotic alcoholic and on her deathbed instructed her eldest daughter,...
  • What the Hale?

     
    It's on! In Hidden Agenda Fuels Challenge to Pivotal Death Penalty Case, Chicago Innocence Project director David Protess reports in the HuffPo on who's funding the documentary film that's out to prove he (and others) made a mistake in the......
  • León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'

     León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'
    León Krauze grew up in a household of Mexico City intellectuals, where soccer, pop music, literature and politics were vigorously debated and it wasn't unusual to see a Nobel Prize winner seated at the family dinner table. As a youth he visited...