Her face hasn’t seen the inside of a multiplex since 2010, but Angelina Jolie has been topped Forbes magazine’s 2013 list of Hollywood’s highest earning actresses.
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The Girls spinoff no one needed
OPINION: The “porn parody” industry has become so wilfully unimaginative these days it makes its mid-’90s forerunners seem like sublime works of satire: Tits A Wonderful Life, Buffy The Vampire Layer, Pulp Friction, and the immortal classic Ass Ventura: Crack Detective, seem like relics of a simpler, sillier time. Now, it’s sufficient to simply whack “this ain’t” or “a XXX parody” fore or after the original inspiration’s title, cast some porn stars who look vaguely like their non-porn equivalents, and Bob’s your uncle’s pool maintenance man’s lonely MILF wife with a pearl necklace fetish.
Virginity auction now reality TV
Bling Ring nicked Kerr’s knickers
Tributes flow in for Barbara Anderson
Moore demands Kutcher’s support
Moore headed for divorce battle
How Health-Care Reform Could Hurt Doctor-Owned Hospitals
Even as Congress struggles with how to pay for health-care reform, the White House keeps doing it its best to accentuate the positive. Last week, Vice President Joe Biden hosted the country’s three largest hospital trade groups as they announced they will accept $155 billion in Medicare and Medicaid cuts over the next 10 years
‘Anomalies’ discovered in Metro track control circuit
Transportation investigators Wednesday discovered "anomalies" in an essential control circuit of a track where a fatal crash between two Washington subway trains killed nine people. Each section of the transit system’s track contains a circuit that transmits and receives signals that generate speed commands for trains, said Debbie Hersman of the National Transportation Safety Board. She said the circuits are “vital providing information to the operators and the train itself when on automatic.” Investigators found no problems in five of the six circuits on the 740-foot-long stretch of track in the crash area
WHO considers move to pandemic phase 6 for H1N1 virus
The World Health Organization announced Tuesday it is still considering increasing its pandemic alert level to phase 6 because of growing worldwide cases of the H1N1 virus, or swine flu. “Globally, we are at phase 5, but we are nearing phase 6,” said Dr. Keiji Fukuda, WHO’s Assistant Director General.