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Australian writer-director Cate Shortland garnered international attention with her 2004 debut feature, "Somersault," about a teen runaway discovering the power of her sexuality. Shortland's long-in-coming follow-up adapts the Rachel Seiffert novel "
You may not recognize Robert Taylor as anyone other than the title character he plays on the crime drama "Longmire." But he's no newcomer. "I've been working pretty solidly for a long time," says Taylor, with a wry throwaway: "Not that anyone would
In a few years, men will be able to communicate more effectively through a machine than face to face...Sometimes a vision of the future can be so accurate that it's hard for those of us living in the future to understand what made it visionary in the
The parents of Trayvon Martin reportedly have received more than $1 million in a wrongful death claim brought against the homeowners association in the gated community where neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman fatally shot their son on Feb.
A state judge has dismissed another indictment that accused a former southern New Jersey mayor of official misconduct. The indictment handed up last summer marked the second time a Cape May County grand jury alleged Gary DeMarzo used public funds to
Sandy Thalheimer, in a red cap, owner of Thalheimer's Jewelry store, talks with Naples Police Department detectives Tuesday after exchanging gunfire with suspected robbers in the jewelry store parking lot. Using his truck, Thalheimer rammed the black
Ohio More than 11 years have passed since two young girls found their mother dead in the bathtub of their Galena home. Detectives think that 39-year-old Lisa Ann Gross was killed by someone she knew in the spring of 2001. They followed leads for a
Federal Courts Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org October 17, 2012 12:28PM (From left) Jonathan Barr, Robert Taylor and Shainne Sharp, three of the Dixmoor Five, a group of men wrongfully convicted as teens of rape and murder, but exonerated 20 years
In fact, we're told how newspapers are "trustworthy," but blogs are "amateurish" and prone to hyperbole and errors. It's a common story told over and over again -- especially by those supporting the idea of paywalls and the like. In fact, we wrote
A 9-year-old Gardendale girl drowned Sunday after saving her little brother while the siblings were playing in a Haleyville pond. Brandi Odum, who would have been a fourth-grader in the coming school year at Gardendale Elementary, was pronounced dead