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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 4:42 PM
Is it a Christmas miracle or just a cruel flashback joke?
Molly Hagerty alleges that Gore made unwanted sexual advances during a massage appointment in 2006.
Unfortunately, he appears to be the only one.
'House' star Olivia Wilde and NBC's 'The Biggest Loser' trainer Bob Harper are crowned winners.
'Dippin' in my Tesla' not likely to get radio playtime, but it won't make your ears bleed either.
Big-box store to introduce Soleil Moon Frye's Little Seed brand to the masses.
Pick up a new summer hobby -- without investing in new equipment -- by borrowing from your generous neighbors.
'Entourage' star chats with Ecostiletto.com on living a more sustainable life.
Salma Hayek's eco-garage, plus much more.
It is hurricane season, so it is time for hurricane reporters to start packing their bags to cover some of Mother Nature's most dangerous news events.
Miller Lite doesn't just want you to 'drink responsibly', they want you to plan a safe end to a great night out ... and the company has a new TV ad to prove it.
Don't let Kevin Costner get all the glory. Now you too can (pretend) to make a difference.
Fresh from its successful, snarky campaign for sustainable seafood at Trader Joe's, Greenpeace takes on Costco for 'Wholesale Ocean Destruction.'
Ancient philosopher's texts double as a musical score, researchers find.
Fair trade fashion hits the big screen when Julia Robert's character totes an upcycled Hobo Bag in 'Eat, Pray, Love.'
Rock engravings found all over Europe in remote locations indicate the artwork might have been a primitive version of cinema.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living