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Why the 'best' picture doesn't always win the Oscar

"Jaws," "Citizen Kane," "The Graduate," "Vertigo."

800,000 receive wrong Obamacare tax info

Bowing to pressure, the Obama administration is extending Obamacare enrollment for those who learn they owe a penalty for being uninsured in 2014.

Oscars 2015: What to watch for

In honor of the Oscars, this story will be 7,633 words long, padded out with flowery phrases and belabored metaphors, leavened with a surprise adjective or two and summed up by a yawning and expected conclusion.

Now it's Time Warner Cable's turn to insult a customer

  Time Warner Cable, which is the process of being purchased by Comcast, seems to be trying to one-up its buyer when it comes to insulting its customers.

Photos of 2 small Pluto moons open the door to a new vastness

Two white specks appearing next to Pluto in the blackness of space may look like faint blips on a screen. Don't be fooled.

Rap star Vanilla Ice: Burglary arrest 'blown out of proportion'

Out on bail, rapper Vanilla Ice said the burglary and grand theft charges he's facing is a misunderstanding.

'Nightmare' superbug kills 2, 179 others to be screened

The term "nightmare bacteria" does not bode well for anyone who may get infected.

Selena Gomez goes topless for magazine cover

According to Selena Gomez, life in the spotlight isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Beyonce fans swarm after unretouched photos surface

Beyonce's army of fans call themselves the BeyHive, and at any perceived insult to Queen Bey, they swarm.

Rapper Vanilla Ice: Burglary arrest 'blown out of proportion'

Out on bail, rapper Vanilla Ice said the burglary and grand theft charges he's facing are a misunderstanding.