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Ezra Dulis cannot grow facial hair and is the Deputy Managing Editor of Breitbart News.

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Ben Affleck to Play Batman

Oscar-winning Argo director Ben Affleck will play Batman in Warner Brothers' followup to Superman flick Man of Steel, according to Variety. Aug 22, 2013 6:54 PM PT

Spike Lee: No Ill Will from Family Whose Address I Shared

Film director Spike Lee says he has resolved the situation caused by his retweet of a Florida family's address thought to belong to George Zimmerman, the man since acquitted in the self-defense shooting of teen Trayvon Martin. Aug 9, 2013 4:51 PM PT

Stream AlunaGeorge's 'Body Music' Album in Full

Ever since their debut single "You Know You Like It" in 2011, AlunaGeorge has been an arresting artist, standing out with bleeding-edge R&B production from George Reid and acrobatic vocals from Aluna Francis. Jul 25, 2013 4:50 PM PT

Accuser: Weiner a Half-Minute Man During Phone Sex

Nik Richie of TheDirty.com, the blog that broke the latest sexting allegations against Anthony Weiner, says the young woman who gave him this story claims Weiner wasn't a satisfying lover over the phone. Jul 24, 2013 4:56 PM PT

BuzzFeed Leads with Identity of Latest Weiner Victim

BuzzFeed Politics claimed an exclusive find as the top story on the site's homepage Tuesday evening—the presumed identity of the young woman caught up in Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal. Jul 23, 2013 8:58 PM PT

Actual Scientist Fact-Checks BuzzFeed 'Banned Foods' Piece

Derek Lowe, a doctor of organic chemistry with decades of pharmaceutical research experience, has published a takedown of a BuzzFeed post that went super-viral over the weekend: "Eight Foods That We Eat in The US That Are Banned in Other Countries." Jun 23, 2013 9:29 AM PT

White House Website Scrubs 'Founding Founders' Headline

That phrase made its way into the headline of a White House blog post by Keith Donohue, a communications director at the National Archives: "The Papers of the Founding Founders Are Now Online." Jun 13, 2013 9:19 PM PT

Cyndi Lauper One Letter Away from EGOT

Cyndia Lauper won a Tony Award for Best Original Score for the musical version of "Kinky Boots" during Sunday evening's award ceremony. Jun 9, 2013 6:56 PM PT


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