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By JODY FEINBERG As they watched the television drama "Mad Men," Carolyn Cowen and her 16-year-old daughter, Melissa Wilpers, got a peek into the early 1960s before the massive social change that followed.
World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee believes a new system needs to be implemented to help separate Internet fact from fiction.
By Michael Graczyk HOUSTON - Cars and trucks streamed inland and chemical companies buttoned up their plants Thursday as a gigantic Hurricane Ike took aim at the heart of the U.S. refining industry and threatened to send a wall of water crashing toward Houston.
By Jasen Lee Deseret News Billionaire T. Boone Pickens brought is traveling energy road show to the Salt Palace Convention Center on Thursday, and hundreds of Utahns came to hear what he had to say.
Jessica Simpson reportedly had technical difficulties and stopped singing for a moment while performing on "Good Morning America." The pop singer appeared on the show, which tapes in New York, to promote her new country album "Do You Know." Newsday.com said Simpson on Tuesday sang her single "Come On Over" without incident but stopped shortly after starting her second song, "With You.""Hold on," Simpson said.
By Lori Consalvo ONTARIO - A 32-year-old Riverside man has been arrested on suspicion of attempting a lewd act with a 16-year-old girl and contacting a minor with the intent to commit a sexual offense, police said.
By Kathaleen Roberts Journal Staff Writer John Hiatt teetered at the edge of stardom for so long, you couldn't blame him for feeling just a tad resentful. His songs have been turned into hits by artists ranging from Eric Clapton and B.B.
By Adrian Gomez Of the Journal Stuck in traffic near Los Angeles, Vanessa Hudgens keeps her cool. Hurrying throughout the morning, the 19-year-old has struck a balance to her busy schedule. "I always try to eat something," she says with a laugh.
By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- A lot of people go on "American Idol" hoping to launch a music career.
For many Americans the thought of life without TV is akin to forgoing food, shelter or, God forbid, the Internet.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.