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  • 10 of TIME's 100 'most influential'

    What does it mean to be influential today? TIME Magazine may not have a scientific answer, but they identified scores of people in their 2012 “100 Most Influential People in the World” list, released this week. Here is a sampling of 10 people from around the world who made the cut.

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  • Arsenio Hall returns to TV with his new late-night show

    Arsenio Hall's program 'The Arsenio Hall Show' is set to premiere Sept. 9. Arsenio Hall worked as a late-night host in the late '80s and early '90s before leaving when his ratings slipped after the arrival of Jay Leno and David Letterman.

  • Modern Parenthood Joan Rivers and April Fools: Teach your kids the difference between funny and hurtful

    Joan Rivers has never taken it easy on Adele and recently poked at the Oscar-award winning star for her weight. For our kids, knowing the difference between a mean barb and harmless April Fools' Day joke can be difficult without guidance. 

  • Top Picks: 'Downton' returns, a celebration of the funny women of the small screen, and more

    Writer Gretchen Rubin studies how to be 'Happier At Home,' National Geographic ranks the best trips to take in the coming year, and more.

  • Chapter & Verse Joan Rivers protests Costco ban of her new book

    Comedian Joan Rivers handcuffed herself to a shopping cart and compared Costco to "Nazi Germany" because the giant retailer refuses to carry her book.

  • 10 of TIME's 100 'most influential'

    What does it mean to be influential today? TIME Magazine may not have a scientific answer, but they identified scores of people in their 2012 “100 Most Influential People in the World” list, released this week. Here is a sampling of 10 people from around the world who made the cut.

  • Smartphones: New apps for the Super Bowl

    Smartphones will let you watch the game, get scoring alerts, and view Super Bowl ads from yesteryear. Some Super Bowl apps for smartphones are free.

  • Dancing with the Stars: Can it help a career?

    Dancing with the Stars: Can it help a career?

    "Dancing with the Stars," now in its 13th season on ABC, offers its celebrity contenders a huge amount of exposure – but not much of a career boost. Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis, bounced Tuesday in the second round, is likely to go back to her preshow level of popularity, as have most of the 160 "Dancing With the Stars" contestants. But a few have bucked the trend. Using the show's extraordinary exposure – this year's premiere netted 18.6 million viewers, nearly six times the highest ratings that DWTS contestant Nancy Grace ever got on her eponymous HLN show and more than double what DWTS competitor and US soccer goalie Hope Solo got in the Women’s World Cup final this summer – these five contestants have seen their careers take off. Can you guess who was tops?

  • Elizabeth Taylor remembered for her roles, both on and off the big screen

    Elizabeth Taylor remembered for her roles, both on and off the big screen

    Elizabeth Taylor, the actress whose sultry screen persona, stormy personal life and enduring fame and glamour made her one of the last of the old-fashioned movie stars and a template for the modern celebrity, died Wednesday.

  • Eminem doesn't do ads. But for Super Bowl...

    Eminem doesn't do ads. But for Super Bowl...

    Eminem makes appearance in emotional Chrysler 200 ad. And an animated Eminem hawks Lipton tea.

  • Documentaries a hit with audiences, accountants

    Documentaries a hit with audiences, accountants

    'The Tillman Story' and 'Countdown to Zero' are among several highly anticipated feature documentaries premiering this summer. Studios have cut back on the number of films they produce, and theaters have converted to digital, making it easier to get small films screened.