Jan 24, 2012

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  1. Romney to pay $6.2M in taxes for 2010-2011
    Mitt Romney released his 2010 tax returns and an estimate for 2011 showing he is likely to pay $6.2 million in federal taxes on income of $42.5 ...
  2. Seal speaks about split from Heidi Klum
    Seal is still wearing his wedding ring on today's 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' as he makes his first post-split television appearance.
  3. Some file-sharing sites drop the sharing
    Shutdown of Megaupload has a chilling effect on some entertainment-focused cyberlockers.
  4. For Seal and Klum, a red flag of overt affection
    The real secret behind their partnership is out: A plethora of public displays of affection does not necessarily a happy marriage make.
  5. Peyton Manning opens up on Colts, health, and Rob Lowe
    With his future in doubt, Manning says the current team environment is 'not a good place for healing' with all the changes in Indianapolis.
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  1. Romney to pay $6.2M in taxes for 2010-2011
    Mitt Romney released his 2010 tax returns and an estimate for 2011 showing he is likely to pay $6.2 million in federal taxes on income of $42.5 ...
  2. Seal speaks about split from Heidi Klum
    Seal is still wearing his wedding ring on today's 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' as he makes his first post-split television appearance.
  3. Something's fishy about 'Bachelor' Ben
    'Bachelor' Ben planned "outdoorsy" dates for his women in Park City, Utah, this week as one clear villain emerged in the house.
  4. Who snagged an Oscar nomination?
    The nominations are pretty much in sync with what we've been seeing this awards season.
  5. Boston goalie boycotts White House ceremony
    Presidents love to honor sports champions -- but the feeling is not always mutual.
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