The Harvard scholars behind a prominent but error-riddled 2010 paper promoting fiscal discipline aren't gaining sympathy with their defense.
With Bible verses and beryllium, Jon Stewart laces into pundits who thought the commodity was immune to market forces.
His interview with the 28-year-old student who uncovered a grave error in a key economics paper is doing the job.
A merger sounds reasonable in theory. A couple of stumbling blocks -- including executive ego -- make it highly unlikely.
Blockbusters like 'Iron Man 3' battle more subtle Chinese fare as audiences choose plot and complexity over explosions and 3-D.
Series regular Shain Gandee died earlier this month. The network has yet to solve the hole in its schedule -- and its ratings -- left by 'Jersey Shore.'
Given the premium advertisers place on younger viewers, it's a risk the network has to take.
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