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December 12, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Anne Hathaway is taking the moral high ground over her lack of underwear. Understandably, the "Les Misérables" actress would not have chosen the film's New York premiere to be snapped exiting her car without any unmentionables on -- but such is the life of an actor. Appearing on the "Today" show to promote the movie musical, anchor Matt Lauer grazed the incident with creepy-uncle-overtures.  PHOTOS: 'Les Miserables' New York premiere "We've seen a lot of you lately," Lauer said, prompting the actress to immediately divert her gaze in embarrassment.  "Sorry about that," she said (video below)
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
For years, rumor had it that Bobby Brown had introduced Whitney Houston to drugs - but Michael Houston, one of the singer's two older brothers, has revealed to Oprah Winfrey that the real story was quite different. It's a story that has Michael Houston "living, but not alive" since his younger sister's death almost a year ago. "I feel responsible for what I let go so far," he told Oprah in a Monday interview on OWN that primarily featured mother Cissy Houston, who has a new tell-all memoir out. In that book, Cissy says she didn't understand her children doing drugs then, and she doesn't understand it now. Said Michael Houston, "We were always, you know, being together most of the time, and her following behind me -- I taught her to drive.
NEWS
August 27, 2013 | By Jeff Spurrier
For most garden plants, flowering is a sign of renewed life. That's not the case with the succulent blue agave ( Agave tequilana ). Like other agaves, tequilana flowers only at the end of the plant's life. A 15-foot  asparagus-like stalk emerges from the center, sending out puffballs of flowers at the top. The mother plant then dies, but not before producing pups at its perimeter. Most blue agaves never get to that stage, however. The sugar-rich sap that develops prior to flowering can be fermented into the alcoholic drink called pulque; the heart, or pina, is used in the production of tequila.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Ed Asner was hospitalized for exhaustion Tuesday night in Gary, Ind., after struggling with disorientation during his one-man show, "FDR. " The 83-year-old actor, who has been touring the country with the show for 3½ years, had led an acting class at another location hours before the show, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The show started 45 minutes late, the paper said, and Asner struggled with lines from the beginning. He was reportedly walked off stage by emergency medical personnel about 15 minutes into the performance.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 14, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Megyn Kelly is pregnant with her third child, the news anchor announced Thursday morning in a cute Valentine's Day-themed segment on Fox News' "America Live. " "Every Valentine's Day we always struggle to find just the right gift and yet, this year I believe that we found the perfect solution," Kelly said on air. "Happily, Doug and I are expecting another baby. "  Doug would be Douglas Brunt, her businessman husband. The babies have come in regular succession for the couple, with son Edward Yates Brunt born in September 2009 and daughter Yardley Evans Brunt arriving in April 2011.  Kelly's good pal Janice Dean, a Fox News Channel meteorologist, got the party going with a congratulatory Valentine graphic while others from the crew gifted the anchor with balloons and flowers.
BUSINESS
November 20, 2010 | Michael Hiltzik
In these troubled economic times, it's not hard to understand why people might want to protect their life savings by purchasing a hard asset like gold or silver. At least, that's the pitch of Monex, the big Newport Beach investment firm, which bills itself as "America's trusted name in precious metals investments" and assures clients that it's "committed to customer service. " So let's take a look at the experiences of some customers who say their trust in Monex was misplaced.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 8, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Al Roker went sans underpants in George W. Bush's White House - but it wasn't because he was feeling sexy on the job. Rather, the "Today" show weatherman had accidentally pooped his pants on his way in. He'd included the anecdote in his new book, "Never Goin' Back," released a week ago, and discussed it in an interview with Nancy Snyderman on Sunday's "Dateline. " By Tuesday, however, after the tale of his tail took on a life of its own, he found himself on "Today" discussing it again.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 16, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
"The Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan is usually focused on rehabbing canines -- but he's now revealing some work he had to do on himself following a suicide attempt in 2010. In February of that year, he lost his top dog, Daddy, to cancer after 16 years as a team. A month later, Millan's wife told him she wanted a divorce after 16 years of marriage. The combined blow knocked him for a loop, he shares in "Cesar Millan: The Real Story," a documentary on Nat Geo Wild. In May 2010, he attempted suicide via drug overdose, winding up unconscious and hospitalized, he said.
NEWS
February 21, 2014 | By Lisa Boone
Early last year, Scott Tannen and his wife, Missy Tannen , were shopping for sheets when they experienced firsthand the confusion that comes in trying to find quality sheets. “I just wanted a beautiful, soft set of white sheets,” Missy Tannen said. “Every display was full of nebulous buzzwords like 'thread count,' and the prices seemed really high. The longer I stared at the shelves, the more confused I became. I had no confidence that I would walk out of the store with something great.” Motivated by that shopping experience, the couple founded Boll & Branch in January in an effort to offer 100% organic cotton sheets directly to consumers from Chetna Organic, an Indian cooperative that supports sustainable farming and community development.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 9, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Patrick Stewart is a married man - again! The "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "X-Men" star, 73, has married longtime girlfriend Sunny Ozell, 35, a jazz singer-songwriter. Stewart confirmed the news on Twitter, posting a carefree snapshot of himself and his new Mrs. concealed from the neck down in a children's ball pit. "Yes, married," Stewart wrote. PHOTOS: Celebrity portraits by The Times Us Weekly reported that the wedding took place Sunday, though details were sparse; however, Stewart's rep confirmed the union to People too. The photo of the smiling couple did not accentuate their 38-year age gap at all...
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