Jennifer Grey and her 'Dancing with the Stars' partner, Derek Hough, took home the Mirror Ball Trophy on the finale of the dance competition.
Bristol Palin has a chance of winning 'Dancing with the Stars,' despite having the lowest score in Monday night's telecast. Tuesday night will see the crowning of a new champion, possibly Bristol Palin and partner Mark Ballas.
Bristol Palin and her professional dance partner Mark Ballas perform during the 'Dancing with the Stars' finale on ABC in Los Angeles, Calif. on Nov. 23. Thanks to the votes of her many fans, Ms. Palin made it to the last show, but ended up losing to Jennifer Grey.
Tuesday will mark the finale of this season's 'Dancing With the Stars.' Jennifer Grey took the lead Monday, and goes into the season finale in first place.
Bristol Palin and her mom, Sarah Palin, have used their reality TV shows – 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'Sarah Palin's Alaska' – to underscore a secret to their appeal: the disarming smile.
Bristol Palin and mother, Sarah Palin, say their parties have not manipulated the system to keep Bristol on 'Dancing With the Stars' despite judges' surprise Palin has lasted this long.
The new reality TV show "Sarah Palin's Alaska" premiers Sunday night. Palin's image has been slipping lately, according to recent polls. Will her new show change that?
'Dancing with the Stars' judges are giving Bristol Palin low marks, but mama grizzly's tea party supporters may be keeping her swirling. What hath Election 2010 wrought?
Kurt Warner has been voted off 'Dancing With the Stars,' but the Super Bowl champion quarterback is still a crowd pleaser. Kurt Warner embodied that attitude after learning his fate, thanking his partner, the show, the fans, his wife and their seven children.
Setting off speculation that China is manipulating exports to punish certain trade partners, Beijing announced in July it was slashing its six-month export quota of so-called 'rare earths' by 72 percent. Speculation continued this week with reports of an expanding embargo of the minerals. But the so-called "rare earths" are neither rare nor does China have a lock on them. Although China produces 97 percent of the world's rare earths, it contains only 30 percent of the world's supply. The United States, Russia, and Australia all have significant reserves of the 17 elements essential in semiconducters, lasers, and other high-tech gadgets. While mining them has proved uneconomical at usual world prices and environmentally harmful, that may be changing. Click through the following slides to read how rare earths are important to your daily life.