We hate to say it, but the facts speak for themselves: the solo career of Joe Jonas is off to an abysmal start.

In its first week of sales, Joe's first-ever solo album, "Fastlife," sold just 18,000 copies, landing him in 15th place on the Billboard 200. By comparison, the last CD Jonas compiled with his brothers, "A Little Bit Longer," moved 525,000 copies in the same time period. Ouch.

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Attention, Beliebers: Justin Bieber, and free speech advocates everywhere, need your help.

The 17-year old star is at the center of a campaign - aptly titled Free Justin Bieber - initiated by Fight for the Future, a fair-use advocacy group that's urging citizens to vote against congressional law S.978.What the heck is congressional law S.978?

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Notorious Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi, the most wanted man in the entire world, has been killed, the country's rebel government and ABC News claim.

The tyrant who terrorized the North African nation and much of the world during his 42 years of rule was cornered by insurgents in the town of Sirte, Libya.

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The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers in game one of the World Series by a score of 3-2 last night.

But country music fans were the true winners, as American Idol champion Scotty McCreery opened the Fall Classic with a performance of the Star-Spangled banner. With an album currently in the top five on the Billboard 200, life is pretty good for this young, rising star.

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She looks the same as ever, but the Katie Holmes of yore is long gone.

Now that this is a bad thing, says the actress in the new Marie Claire.

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Most, if not all of the exotic animals released this week by a Zanesville, Ohio man before he killed himself have been shot to death in a gruesome massacre.

Bodies of the wild species, some endangered, include tigers, bears and wolves. Their carcasses now lining the side of the road near their former home.

Another day, another opportunity to sample Kelly Clarkson's upcoming album.

The singer has released another track off "Stronger," which comes out on October 24. This one is titled "The War is Over" and it features the original American Idol once again standing up for herself against a man.

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