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Y&R: NICK EXPOSES ASHLAND'S SECRET
Young and restless
Quick Toke with Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, DAYS)
LIFELONG FAN, 99, APPEARS ON GH
LATE BREAKING NEWS
Hot Plots Preview!
GH'S MAURICE BENARD AND LAURA WRIGHT ON WHAT'S NEXT FOR “CARSON”
DAYS:BEN REVEALS THE TRUTH TO CIARA
Days of our lives
Forget IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA! TV’s Funniest Lines Are On Soaps.
B&B: RIDGE AND JUSTIN BUST QUINN
MAKE 'EM AN OFFER THEY CAN'T REFUSE!
Al Capone’s heirs auctioning off his favorite pistol & other treasures
INQUIRER GEORGE THOROGOOD
LONESOME GEORGE TALKS ROOTS, HIS FIRST GUITAR AND THE WONDERS OF THE ES-125
There Must Have Been Something in the Water
If The Beatles never happened, if the British invasion never occurred, then music fans around the world would more than likely never have been exposed to some of the finest white blues singers that the U.K. produced between 1964 and 1970.
Quick- Change Artist
SEAL Team star AJ Buckley has a new mission: perfecting the art of diaper duty.
THE CANADIAN QUARTET The Kings celebrate the 40th anniversary of their hit “Switchin’ to Glide,” which reached No. 43 in the U.S. in 1980, a lively song beginning with the line, “Nothing matters but the weekend, from a Tuesday point of view.” Their DVD The Kings: Anatomy of a One-Hit Wonder includes Dick Clark introducing them on American Bandstand and saying, “These guys have worked so hard and hit it so well,” before the group energetically performed “Switchin’ to Glide.”
Hong Kong's Counter Revolutionaries
Pro-democracy restaurants get creative about speech as Beijing clamps down
NO PRESSURE, NO DIAMOND - Redskins fans today, tomorrow, forever
There will be much to miss about the death of the Redskins name. You will be reminded of it every time you put a Sonny Jurgensen, John Riggins or Sean Taylor jersey on. You will remember your life as a Redskins fan every time you go through your closet and find some old programs, or your scrapbook to see ticket stubs.
Colbrelli wins chaotic and crash-ridden Paris-Roubaix
Sonny Colbrelli became the first Italian to win the Paris-Roubaix Monument classic in 22 years when he prevailed in a three-man sprint finish at the end of a gruelling race yesterday.
Philippines' Gatekeeper: Sec. Sonny Dominguez
When I asked Finance Secretary Carlos “Sonny” Dominguez III if he thinks that the Philippines will become a trillion-dollar economy, his answer was emphatic, “Of course! And not in the distant future.”
For sale: Al Capone's gun, used condition...
AL Capone’s prized possessions are being sold by his granddaughters for £500,000 – including his favourite gun.