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  • Former President Bill Clinton gestures during a televised conversation hosted by Bloomberg TV titled "A New Competitive Era: America in the World," on the final day of the annual gathering of the Clinton Global Initiative America, at the Sheraton Downtown, in Denver, Wednesday, June 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

    Bill Clinton brags about buying $550 watches to 'give away' to friends

    As Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton fend off criticism for being "out of touch" with the middle class, the former president bragged Wednesday about a trip he made to a Detroit-area watchmaker in which he bought 14 watches at $550 each to hand out to his friends.

  • This April 17, 2014 photo shows Bill and Marilyn Hess,  Revolutionary War re-enactors photographed in their Janesville, Ind., basement. The Janesville couple have been Revolutionary War re-enactors since 1981 and are members of the North West Territory Alliance, a nonprofit educational organization that studies and re-creates the cultures, lifestyle and arts of the time of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. The alliance strives to duplicate the uniforms, weapons, battlefield tactics and camp life of the era as accurately as possible, Bill said. (AP Photo/The Janesville Gazette, Dan Lassiter)

    Revolutionary War re-enactors keep history alive

    When Bill and Marilyn Hess participate in a Revolutionary War re-enactment, they transform into those who lived 18th century life.

  • FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2014 file photo, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks in New Orleans. Liberals may be giving Hillary Rodham Clinton a second look. As Clinton considers another White House campaign, progressives are looking for signs that she could become their standard-bearer. On economic issues and diplomatic talks with Iran, Clinton has signaled she would be in step with a more progressive Democratic coalition forged during President Barack Obama's two campaigns. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

    Hillary Clinton on Monica Lewinsky: ‘Narcissistic loony toon’

    Hillary Clinton may have written in her autobiography that she felt “dumbfounded” and broke-hearted at her husband Bill’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky – but privately, she had harsher words for the 22-year-old who tore at her marriage.

  • This May 21, 2008 photo, Microsoft Senior Vice President of Portal and Advertising Platform Group Satya Nadella demonstrates some of the features of Live Search on a mobile device during the advance08 Advertising Leadership Forum at the company's campus in Redmond, Wash.  Microsoft announced Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014,  that Nadella will replace Steve Ballmer as its new CEO.  Nadella will become only the third leader in the software giant's 38-year history, after founder Bill Gates and Ballmer. Board member John Thompson will serve as Microsoft's new chairman. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)

    Text of Nadella memo on being named Microsoft CEO

    Microsoft named Satya Nadella as Microsoft's CEO on Tuesday, replacing Steve Ballmer immediately. Ballmer had announced in August that he was planning to step down within a year. Here's the memo Nadella sent to employees Tuesday:

  • Traffic drives past Wrigley Field after the baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs was postponed due to inclement weather on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Jim Prisching)

    Curses! Goat's head sent to Wrigley's Field, resurrecting Cubs' 1945 fears

    An unidentified man driving an unmarked truck dropped a package containing a severed goat's head at Chicago's Wrigley Field on Wednesday, triggering fears that a curse placed on the ball club in 1945 is very much alive and well.

  • Police: Cal Ripken's mom abducted, now safe

    Cal Ripken Jr.'s 74-year-old mother was found with her hands bound in the back seat of her car Wednesday after she said she was kidnapped at gunpoint a day earlier at her home outside Baltimore and driven around blindfolded by her abductor, police and neighbors said.

Performances by Maria Bello and Michael Sheen as grieving parents anchor director Shawn Ku's haunting new film, "Beautiful Boy."

    MOVIE REVIEW: 'Beautiful Boy'

    Shawn Ku's haunting, emotionally taut new film, "Beautiful Boy," hinges on a few remarkable performances, and though it fails to deliver on the promise of its premise, it is a credible depiction of a couple's search for a way forward through extraordinary grief.

  • TYRRELL: Clinton and the episodic apologists

    Frankly, I did not think of Chris Matthews as an episodic apologist until I watched his MSNBC documentary, "President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon," this week. The episodic apologists were a familiar fixture of the Clinton administration, much as the court historians were a fixture of the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Whereas the court historians could always be relied upon to spin history FDR's heroic way, the episodic apologists always end up slobbering all over the Clintons - albeit with a twist.

  • Yes, Virginia, you can make wine

    Dan Mortland once was able to fit what he knew about the wine business into a small glass of Syrah. Now, he can tell you about soil composition, area rainfall, oak barrels, crushing machines, tasting rooms and government regulations.

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