Gabby Douglas Named Female Athlete of the Year By AP

Gabby Douglas Named Female Athlete of the Year By AP

Olympic gymnastics champion Gabby Douglas was selected The Associated Press' female athlete of the year for 2012, edging out swimmer Missy Franklin.

''I didn't realize how much of an impact I made,'' said Douglas, 16, the first African-American to win the Olympic all-around title, gymnastics' biggest prize.

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Tate Stevens: A Journey to The X Factor Title

Tate Stevens: A Journey to The X Factor Title

He was among the front-runners all season long and, last night, Tate Stevens took his place among reality show singing champions, snagging the $5 million prize offered each year to The X Factor winner.

"My next dream is to make this album and be able to tour and live that life - do what I love doing," Stevens told reporters after the show. "I love entertaining people, I love performing for people and I'm finally getting the chance."

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Gingrich: Gay Marriage Inevitable ... and All Good!

Gingrich: Gay Marriage Inevitable ... and All Good!

Former House Speaker and White House hopeful Newt Gingrich made a surprising admission, saying gay marriage is both inevitable and okay by him.

Legalization of same-sex marriage in three states in 2012's election changed the landscape, and conservatives have to come to terms with it, he said.

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