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Supreme Court Boosts Investors, Not Humanitarians

Argentina, the Obama Administration and a host of international financial and humanitarian organizations got a load of bad news Monday from the U.S. Supreme...

Can the Internet Save Soap Operas?

As production begins for web versions of 'One Life to Live' and 'All My Children,' fans say the answer is "yes"

All My Children and One Life to Live

Soap operas are an all-or-nothing affair: if you don't watch them, they may as well not exist. But if you do, they're like no other commitment on television...

Thalia: Cinderella Story

Those in the U.S. who have heard of the Mexican singer and actress Thalia probably know her best as the third wife of Tommy Mottola, chairman of Sony Music...

Postcard: Oakdale.

The town of Oakdale has seen its share of drama. Kidnappings are common. So is infidelity. Try to find a person who hasn't fallen into a coma, drugged an...

Why Mexico's Drug War May Become Its Iraq

The no-nonsense government ads flash onto prime-time Mexican TV between soccer games and steamy soap operas. Bullet-filled corpses are shown sprawled on the...

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