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- Massachusetts to let police chief deny gun buys to those deemed unfit
- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
- 35 Palestinians killed; Israeli officer missing
By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Cameron Diaz
This year’s Liam Neeson action-thriller is “Non-Stop,” a kinetic, exciting, though admittedly implausible yarn that has arrived on home video.
A femme-fueled comedy beat a superhero blockbuster at the box office this weekend.
"The Other Woman" has a bit of an identity crisis. Is it a life-affirming story of women bonding under adverse circumstances, or a gross-out revenge comedy about infidelity?
On its surface, "The Other Woman" is a very welcome thing: A movie starring talented, funny women with their own punch lines and everything. In the movies, this is bizarrely rare.
Intended as a cry of female empowerment, "The Other Woman" starts rough, picks up steam halfway through, then ends with an odd clunk, leaving you wishing that the good bits could have better used.
Sony Pictures debuted 30 minutes of 3-D footage of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" at movie-theater convention CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Wednesday night.
If you count yourself among those who've never been cheated on, Cameron Diaz has these words of wisdom: It will happen, or it's already happened and you just don't know it.
In the trailer for their new movie "Gambit," Britain's Colin Firth and American co-star Cameron Diaz are shown in various states of undress. But the two say fans shouldn't get the wrong idea _ "Gambit" is a caper film, not a love story.
Cameron Diaz's latest project is all about looking and feeling good.
The stars of the romantic comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting" had plenty of praise for each other _ and a warning about making out on the hood of a car _ during the film's British premiere in London on Tuesday.
Pixar Animation remains undefeated at the box-office races.
The bawdy middle school comedy "Bad Teacher" makes a nice summer bookend with "Bridesmaids." Each is centered around female rivalry, each is unapologetically crass, and each makes a feeble and unnecessary stab at celebrating the values of friendship and character, partly as a way to lurch the plot toward resolution and partly to avoid the "dark comedy" tag.
As big-screen teachers go, Cameron Diaz will not be joining, say, Sidney Poitier or Sandy Dennis as inspiring role models to her classroom kids.
When actress Cameron Diaz bought a purse as a tourist in China, she never expected the uproar she would face by carrying it to Peru.
Walk riles Elton