She claims to be the perfect homemaker, but a new book calls into question Martha Stewart as a perfect mother. And the author of this book? Martha's daughter, Alexis.

The 46-year old slams her famous parent in "Whateverland: Learning to Live Here," writing of her childhood: "If I didn't do something perfectly, I had to do it again. I grew up with a glue gun pointed at my head."

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In Contraband, Mark Wahlberg stars as a reformed hoodlum who thought he was out of "the game," only to find himself pulled back into it by his family.

Having gone straight, but needing to save a brother-in-law who got in over his head, he rejoins his old crew for one last job. Funny how that works out!

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Four years after she was arrested on suspicion of having killed her roommate in Italy, American Amanda Knox pleaded for a jury to overturn the conviction.

"People always ask who is Amanda Knox? I am the same person I was four years ago. But I have lost a friend. I have lost my faith in Italian police," she said.

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Prepare to chicken dance, Arrested Development: arguably the funniest, most intelligent sitcom in the history of television is likely heading back to the air.

At a New Yorker Festival event yesterday, series creator Mitch Hurwitz said he hopes to "do a limited-run series into the movie," where the show would come back for approximately 9-10 episodes, with each focusing on just one character and updating fans on his/her life over the five years since the series went off the air.

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"I've done a lot of complaining here, but of all the things I've complained about, I can't complain about my life." - Andy Rooney in his final essay, My Lucky Life.

Sunday, the 92-year-old made his 1,097th and last appearance on 60 Minutes. “I wish I could do this forever,” he said, admitting he's dreaded his retirement.

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