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If you cut the fat out of the problem, the solution will be much easier to digest.
It's not a crime to want to change your name.
Sometimes baggage needs to be lost.
Debra LaFave's "disease" and why we don't get it. Littlejohn update, and that missing motorhome's family secret.
I get beat by a girl.
Solid tips on how to sell your current home to buy a new home, or move up.
Eric Olsen, Eric Berlin, Mary Williams, Sal Marinello, Joan Hunt, and the ol' DJ himself all contribute segments in the new BC Radio.
The new immigration bill of the United States has the same deadly flaws already experienced in the EU.
Chief of Staff Andrew Card: "Everyone loves this guy." Not a bad legacy after five and a half years.
If Afghanistan is to be rehabilitated from its Taliban past, it can't be executing people for their religious choices.
So the day has finally arrived for Israel. Our fates hang in the balance - but nobody seems to care.
The Democrats try to break into the "religious right."
Poor Senator Frist! He had no idea that his brand of hypocrisy would run headlong into the main engine of the GOP money machine.
This week: "You will become Geisha!"
All three new releases landed in the top ten.
Snakehead: “take us to the control room!” Sam: “Sure, just let me change my shorts first”
A look at a this dark comedy and a round-up this week's DVD releases.
Jack showed his sensitive side in a brief scene; the writers are telling us that Jack really has an Alan Alda inside that Bruce Willis façade.
Bloggers, leave Chris Daughtry alone. America will do just the opposite when he receives the most votes come Tuesday night.
Whose ship was sunk on the latest episode?
As defined, "classic" means having lasting significance or worth.
A smart, effective film that keeps its audience entertained to the end.
People die that shouldn't have to - it's a constant part of the life cycle.
Really, my list trumps all others. Seriously. And there's a special treasure hunt involved. Sort of.
Welcome to a parallel 1960s universe: an orchestrated vision of folk-pop blending Elizabethan regality, Impressionist delicacy, and Peter Max foppery.
Apple Music and Apple Computer, Intel Capital, and Jajah in today's update.
This is a year that really stands out in my mind, because of the great music.
Coiled rattlesnakes on the two-lane blacktop: sinuous, sibilating guitar lines and death-rattle vocals resonate with insidious menace - and a lysergic surge.
Dirty Reggae ... it's a smooth, political, soulful sound that makes ya want to grind.
The Good, the Bad, and the Verdict on the debut album for the St. Louis-based five piece band.
"Bags full of technique but hearts devoid of soul"? Find out with this rocking taste of blues.
Information and Communications Technology readiness and usage is critical for developing countries. Unfortunately, they appear further down the table every year.
The announcement today of further talks with Lucent comes in the wake of a $67 billion dollar deal between AT&T and BellSouth.
See how the Atlanta Hawks are creeping ever closer toward respectability.
Picture it: A-Rod yelling at Varitek, Manny thumb wrestling Damon, two warriors battling to the death in the middle.
This is an invite to play a spankin' new fantasy game. One part "Cliff Hangers." One part Cliff Floyd.
Touching isn't always good.
This whole Live Arcade dual-analog shooter thing needs to stop.
A 'Hacks' book for non-programmers. Hacking the national pastime ...
Even the most holy church has its secrets.