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Scoop: Reese Witherspoon: 'I mourn the loss of my privacy'

By all accounts, life is good for Reese Witherspoon. Her personal life is good, having just married Jim Toth; her professional life is on par, too, as she stars in "Water For Elephants" opposite Robert Pattinson. Full story

New book on Malcolm X looks beyond legend

   Mnsbc's Contessa Brewer talks with the contributor Monique Morris about Manning Marable's new biography on Malcolm X.

Inside Wendy Williams' 'DWTS' rehearsal

   Wendy Williams chats about the difficult task of balancing her personal life with her "Dancing" rehearsal schedule, and why she signed up.

Dracula goes dry as new drink rules bite

Guests at the Istanbul premiere of a new vampire film were among the first victims of new curbs on alcohol that have raised secularist fears Islamic strictures may be encroaching on everyday life. Full story

Rep. Giffords respected for political skill, warmth

   NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell sheds light on the personal life and legislative career of the well-liked Democratic lawmaker.

The Haunting, Part 9

   Despite a breakdown throughout his personal life, Brooks Douglass decides to run for the Oklahoma State Senate and is elected.  As a lawmaker, Brooks eventually crosses paths with his parents’ killer while visiting his prison.

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  Witherspoon feels 'blessed' with success

The actress explains her "funny doesn't sag" comment in Glamour magazine, and also reveals how she balances her personal life and work.

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