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Comic-Con: Charlize Theron kicking off EW's 'Women Who Kick Ass' panel

Entertainment Weekly is once again presenting the “Women Who Kick Ass” panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and this year there’s one woman who embodies that title particularly well: … 357 more words


Harvard video project channels wide range of climate change knowledge

We ignore the worst estimates of climate change — catastrophic warming topping 4 or 6 degrees Celsius — at our peril, says economist Martin Weitzman. 725 more words

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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Romance Gone Wrong In Candid 'CBS Sunday Morning' Interview

Lady Gaga has a lot to say about love and relationships in her new interview with “CBS Sunday Morning”, which aired today.

“I think women love very hard,” Gaga explains, without mentioning former fiance Taylor Kinney by name. 165 more words


Ex-EPA official sees narrow openings for climate progress

Carbon-capture technology and nuclear power are two potential areas of bipartisan agreement on the environment over the next four years, a period in which progress will likely be slow, according to a former top U.S. 558 more words

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Barbra Streisand Opens Up About Struggles With Self Doubt For 'CBS Sunday Morning'

Early in her career, Barbra Streisand was told she would never make it as an actress because she didn’t have that “leading lady” look.

Thankfully, the Brooklyn-born Streisand didn’t listen to naysayers and catapulted to Hollywood stardom with her Oscar-winning performance in 1968’s “Funny Girl”, with famed film critic Pauline Kael writing that Streisand proved that “talent is beauty.” 242 more words


Critical Mass: 'Ben-Hur' lands with a thud, 'Kubo' is pure magic

Torn between War Dogs and Kubo and the Two Strings? Or maybe you’re wondering if that Ben-Hur remake is really worth your time? The reviews for all three films are finally in, and it’s time for you to make a decision. 1,240 more words