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The end of the year looks busy for Carrie Underwood, and she couldn't be happier.
A person familiar with negotiations to bring Jennifer Lopez back as an “American Idol” judge says her return will be announced this week.
No quiet acquittal can undo the damage from the left-hander's name being dragged through the scandal's sludge of human-growth hormone and pink cream and injections by self-proclaimed doctor Anthony Bosch.
Gio Gonzalez arrived at spring training with the Washington Nationals on Tuesday and maintained he has not used performance-enhancing drugs.
Jennifer Lopez says she doesn't look forward to getting gifts at Christmas _ she looks forward to giving them.
The minute Gio Gonzalez's left foot hit the dirt on his way out of the dugout for the ninth inning Friday night, the cheers began. They cascaded down on him. Nearly 30,000 people on their feet at Nationals Park chanting his name.
Victoria Pendleton couldn't stop the tears after losing her Olympic sprint crown to her bitter rival in the last race of her cycling career.
Jennifer Lopez was part of the all-star cast that helped lead "Ice Age: Continental Drift" to the top of the box office over the weekend, and the entertainer is eager to focus even more attention on her once white-hot movie career.
Nine miles from Marlins Park is the working-class town of Hialeah where Gio Gonzalez grew up. So deep is the connection that the town's name is embroidered on his glove.
The claws and teeth of wild things are a near-nightly affair at bedtime for Gregg Svingen's 2-year-old, Tessa. She raises a tiny index finger and issues a clear and forceful "Be still!" to knock Maurice Sendak's monsters into shape.
Maurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator who saw the sometimes dark side of childhood in books such as "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night Kitchen," died early Tuesday. He was 83.
On Tuesday, Maurice Sendak passed away at age 83. One of the world's most influential children's authors, his seminal work, "Where the Wild Things Are" (1963), can be found on most bookshelves of young and old alike.
Maurice Sendak didn't think of himself as a children's author, but as an author who told the truth about childhood.
Taking a look at the best pitch from each of the top four in the Nationals' rotation.
Gonzalez's father, Max, has said he saw Bosch in an effort to lose weight.
"That's where the life is, you know, it's in those quiet moments," he said. "It's not the giant TV deal or the big party or the award or whatever; it's the memory of your child's smile at the end of the day that sort of brings that one lonesome tear."