It's either something in the air in Hollywood, or all these celebrities lost bets -- but we still think most of these offspring of the rich and famous will want a better explanation when they're older.
Soldiers from China's People's Liberation Army 'Guard of Honor' train at their barracks in Beijing on July 21, 2011. China's military is growing in a secretive way, raising the risk of conflict due to "misunderstanding and miscalculation," according to a report by the U.S. Department of Defense
Not even celebrities find true love all the time; and when things go sour, many have a comfy prenuptial agreement to fall back on. But in true celebrity fashion, even those legal documents have their share of crazy.
The U.S. House Monday passed the deficit reduction bill and sent it to the Senate for consideration.
The vote was 269-161 with 95 Democrats joining 174 Republicans in voting in favor of the measure, and 95 Democrats voting with 66 Republicans against it. The Senate is to vote on the measure Tuesday.
There's many a TV special dedicated to the former child stars who've gone off Hollywood's radar. While their return to normality is to be celebrated, some of those cute kids grew up to be Hollywood heroes.
President Barack Obama announced Richard Cordray as his nominee to be the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, replacing the long-blockaded nomination of Elizabeth Warren, Special Advisor on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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