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Fran Drescher is making a comeback. Well, she was. Only, the comeback began last March with her new show Happily Divorced, and tapered off after only 10 episodes that aired sporadically for a few months. But wait! No, her show didn’t get cancelled. However, someone in charge decided
Google was recently charged with being a piracy network for infringing upon copyright laws by giving the world access to a public domain. The Stop Online Piracy Act laws (SOPA) is found in the House of Representatives, and Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) is found in the Senate.
The 54th annual Grammy Award Show is just around the corner. The mega show kicks off Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. on CBS. A Grammy is the most prestigious award a musical act can receive, meaning only the crème de la cream is nominated. This year, however, shocked
Rolandra West email@example.com On Jan. 5 the Texas Wesleyan Law School joined the ranks of Association of American Law Schools. According to www.law.txwes.edu, the process of applying to AALS takes two to three years. It includes a comprehensive application, the completion of a self-study in cooperation with