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3 out of 5 stars) Those looking for the trademark Katy Perry pop sound on Perry's newest album Prism may be sorely disappointed. Her signature sass seems to be replaced on this album with more vulnerability in a sound that blends genres.
Beset by hard-to-keep promises and a massive website failure, President Barack Obama is promoting his embattled health care law in the state with the highest rate of uninsured Americans in the nation, but also the state that has been among the most
Katy Perry album declared a bio-hazard by Australia Perry visited Australia last week on a promotional tour Bio-security officers in Australia have been ordered to inspect any copies of Katy Perry's new album arriving into the country from overseas.
39 pm Please enter the word you see in the image below: (Updated with Nemerson comment.) Apparently sagging in support among Jewish voters, Toni Harp's mayoral campaign mass-mailed a last-ditch appealand may have stirred up more tsuris for itself in
Kimberly Perry attacked the stage the way you wish Miranda Lambert would. Perry showed none of the vocal histrionics of Carrie Underwood, the stagy drama of Taylor Swift or the low-energy nonchalance of Lambert...Perry owned the sold-out Treasure
Special to the Ledger-Enquirer Columbus Cottonmouths coach Jerome Bechard gave an unusual intermission speech to his squad after a miserable first period against the Huntsville Havoc at the Columbus Civic Center on Friday night. "After the first
There are two federal marriage equality cases going on in Virginia. They look a lot alike: Both revolve around same-sex Virginia couples who want to marry; both challenge Virginia's explicit constitutional ban on such unions; both address the lack of
The banner, used in gay pride marches in the 1980s and '90s, is part of the museum's exhibition Jews in the Los Angeles Mosaic, which runs through Jan. 5. Lent to the museum by the world's first gay synagogue, Beth Chayim Chadashim, (House of New
This is viewer supported news A legal battle is being waged in Texas over the controversial new anti-choice law that inspired a people's filibuster over the summer. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has asked a federal appeals court judge to
Melissa Harris-Perry asserted that Tea Party Republicans "don't care if it hurts people" when they oppose government programs like ObamaCare. As she discussed with host Al Sharpton whether Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz could be considered a "