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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Mickey
Mickey Mouse cartoons are coming back to the small screen as Disney attempts to revive one of the world's most popular characters.
Skole and younger brother Jake, a first-round pick by the Texas Rangers in 2010, share an apartment in the offseason and talk nearly every day during the season.
Writer-director Andrew Dominik's "Killing Them Softly" is an incredibly stylish genre exercise set in the world of mobsters, junkies and lowlifes, but it's also trying incredibly hard to be About Something.
Other than being mind-bendingly implausible and trite, there's not that much wrong with "Trouble With the Curve," the story of an aging baseball scout who takes to the road with his adult daughter to check out a promising high school player.
Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh took the stage in North Korea during a concert for new leader Kim Jong-un, in an unusual — and unauthorized — performance featuring Disney characters.
Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh took the stage in North Korea during a concert for new leader Kim Jong Un, in an unusual _ and unauthorized _ performance featuring Disney characters.
Country music gets its due at the Obama White House next week.
Aloha, Disney! The Walt Disney Co.'s new upscale, beachside Hawaiian resort, Aulani, opened Monday, thousands of miles from the nearest Disney theme park. And while Mickey Mouse and friends can be found on the property, Hawaii's culture, history and natural beauty are the biggest stars.
More than 80 years after Mickey Mouse piloted "Steamboat Willie" and whistled his way into the hearts of children across the world, he has finally reached the shores of Hawaii.
American Family Radio (AFR) launched its new show "College Football This Week" on Monday, and its hosts are as familiar with the pulpit as they are with what's happening on the gridiron.
Former University of Pittsburgh football coach Mike Gottfried stands alongside a young man, facing an auditorium filled with campers. His name is written in large, capital letters on the chalkboard behind him.