Week In Review

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Welcome back to celebrity week in review. Last Sunday (Jan. 26), Hollywood's finest gathered at Los Angeles' Staples Center
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The stars rang in the new year in style as they vacationed in sunny and snowy locales. Half of the Kardashian clan stayed
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In happy teen news, Adam Brody and Leighton Meester got engaged after 10 months of dating, making all former CW fans squeal
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Lastly, Kylie Jenner drew attention on two different occasions this week, once with a racy Instagram photo and another with
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See the week's best photos below: To cap things off, "50 Shades of Grey," the movie, locked a new male lead after Charlie
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More than four years after Michael Jackson's death, a jury rejected the notion that the promoter of his ill-fated comeback
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In other news, Miley Cyrus continued making headlines this week. She debuted her new video for the song "Wrecking Ball" which
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The Delivery Man Foreign Policy -- Gordon Lubold Syrians know him as Mr. Mark. According to Foreign Policy, the State Department's
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On Syria's Front Lines: A Night In The Field Clinic Al Jazeera America -- Rania Abouzeid Rania Abouzeid brings a heartbreaking
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Other weekend treats include HuffPost's Miley Cyrus paper doll for hours of guiltless fun, and HuffPost's very own celebrity
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Spending our days on the interwebs has its advantages, one being that we come across lots of excellent pieces of journalism
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Speak Softly And Carry No Stick Foreign Policy -- James Traub "Silence has consequences too. To register nothing more than
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See the best photos of the week below: Welcome back to Celebrity Week in Review! Justin Bieber made headlines for more bratty
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'Men Use Islam To Do Whatever They Want' Mondiaal Magazine -- Gie Goris For women in Afghanistan, the battle is far from
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Stone Wars Guernica -- Mohamed Juneid "The first tear gas shells started landing on the protesters a few minutes after the
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Mexico's Most Brutal Drug Lord Has Been Captured, But That Won't Change Anything Rolling Stone -- Ryan Devereaux On July
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Spending our days on the interwebs has its advantages, one being that we come across lots of excellent pieces of journalism
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Amanda Bynes made a public appearance last Friday for her criminal "bong out the window" case. Fitting her new bizarre persona
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How Morsi And The Brotherhood Lost Egypt Al Monitor -- Bassem Sabry Bassem Sabry argues in Al Monitor that Egypt's former