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Three players featured in the NFL's own advertisement pushing safety advances are among the more than 4,000 former players suing the league over head injuries.
What do a Navy mom, Big Bird and AARP have in common? They want President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney to leave them alone.
What do a Navy mom, Big Bird and AARP have in common? They want President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney to leave them alone.
The creator of TV's "Friday Night Lights" is accusing Mitt Romney of plagiarizing a phrase from the show to use as a campaign slogan.
The Navy is getting the opportunity to showcase its men and women in uniform in director Peter Berg's summer action movie "Battleship," which was released Friday.
The only reasonable way to explain "Battleship" is that it is actually a deft satire of the big-budget Hollywood action blockbuster. How else to justify its lazy conceptual gimmickry, cynical deployment of meaningless cliches, spastic narrative, visual incoherence and indifferent boredom with itself?
"Battleship" is big, dumb fun that knows it's big, dumb fun and enthusiastically embraces its big, dumb, fun nature.
Records show Amy Winehouse left an estate worth $4.66 million after her death last year, the Associated Press reports.
Peter Berg wrote a letter to Romney on Friday saying he's "not thrilled" that the Republican presidential candidate is using the phrase "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose" on campaign posters and his Facebook page.
"We're here to reaffirm ... Hollywood's love, admiration and respect for the United States military. We love you guys, we appreciate what you do, we appreciate what your spouses do, what your kids do, and we made this movie for you," said Mr. Berg, whose father served in the Marine Corps.