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- Kelly Rowland Got Engaged Over Skype
Today in celebrity gossip: Everyone's second-favorite member of Destiny's Child experienced a life-changing moment via Wi-Fi, Miley Cyrus' family has started a YouTube channel, and Target declines to sell the new Beyoncé album. The Artist Presently Known as Beyoncé has had a BIG few days (don't worry, we'll be talking about her again in a second), but let's do a nice thing for Kelly Rowland and talk about her big news first. As we all know, the former Destiny's Child had a rough summer during which she was nearly eaten by whales, but now it seems congratulations are in order as she is officially engaged to be married! Except, what's this? Maybe Kelly Rowland has always dreamed about having her life changed via webcam.
- Hilarious video leads to unexpected sale of 17-year-old car
Here's proof that a good pitch can sell anything... even a 17-year-old Nissan sedan.
- Kylie Jenner Up For Going To Prom With Jaden Smith
- Okla. Supreme Court shoots down income tax cut
A sweeping agreement among Republican leaders to slash the state's personal income tax rate and provide $120 million for repairs to the Capitol is unconstitutional because the bill passed by the Legislature ...
- 10 Colleges Where Grads Have the Most Student Loan Debt
The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Be sure to explore The Short List: College and The Short List: Grad School to find data that matters to you in your college or grad school search.
- Wolf, passionate critic of China, to leave US Congress
US Representative Frank Wolf, a passionate campaigner for human rights causes whose advocacy took him to Tibet and Darfur, said Tuesday he would retire after serving 34 years in Congress. The Republican lawmaker said he would not seek re-election next year in his district in Washington's Virginia suburbs, which have increasingly leaned toward President Barack Obama's Democratic Party, and would instead focus on his causes from outside government. Wolf has become known for his fiery denunciations of China, Vietnam, Sudan and other countries seen as violating human rights and has criticized the records of both Obama and his Republican predecessor George W. Bush.
- More snow, cold take aim at New England, Northeast
- Neandertal Grave Attests to Complex Cognition