Articles by Elisha Maldonado

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Dancing With the Stars 2011: Cher Comes to Chaz’s Defense

After ABC announced Monday night that the transgender Chaz Bono would fox-trotting, waltzing and quick-stepping his way through the 13th season of “Dancing with the Stars,” many enraged fans took to the message boards to talk of their displeasure.

Dick Cheney Defends Iraq War, Policies

Rejecting the notion that he called the shots and thus pulled the strings for President George W. Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney defended the Iraq War, saying it was the president's decision to invade and go after Saddam Hussein in 2003.

Ai Weiwei Criticizes Beijing, Judicial System

In seeming disregard, or perhaps in spite of it, Ai Weiwei broke the conditions of his release from a detention in Beijing to issue a scathing attack on the Chinese government in an online editorial published by Newsweek.

Hurricane Irene Track: Won't Halt NASA Twin Moon Probe [PHOTOS]

Gathering strength as she morphs into a major Category 4 storm, Hurricane Irene continues her assault threat on the East Coast. But even she can't slow preparations for NASA's upcoming launches from Florida's Space Coast, including a moon-studying mission slated to start Sept. 8, the space agency said.

Shepard Fairey: Obama 'Hope' Artist, Beaten in Copenhagen

Shepard Fairy, the Los Angeles street artist who won international acclaim for creating the popular "Hope" poster that became the image of President Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign was reportedly assaulted last weekend at the opening of his exhibition at a gallery in Copenhagen.

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