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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Denise Richards
From the way he introduces himself to his preferred drink order to the kind of car he drives, everything about James Bond is deeply entrenched in pop culture.
The singing former soldier whose battle injury claims were questioned sang his last song on "America's Got Talent."
Jennifer Aniston, seen by many as the underdog of Hollywood relationships, sticks up for the little guy when necessary.
Charlie Sheen was hospitalized Tuesday for a psychiatric evaluation after a woman told police he was throwing furniture and yelling in his hotel room, a law enforcement official said. His publicist blamed an allergic reaction to medication.
Despite a string of never-ending headlines, E! Entertainment Television apparently feels we need to know more about Denise Richards and her acrimonious split with ex-husband Charlie Sheen and about spotlight-hogger Dina Lohan — who somehow manages to get nearly as much press as her troubled superstar daughter, Lindsay.
Richards' show a go
"Everyone says I need to date a normal guy. What is normal, anyway?," Miss Richards asks. "For me, normal is a famous actor or a rock star. That's normal."