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ATF fast and furious whistleblower John Dodson, plus former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman.
(CNN) - Paint peeling off the walls. Sheets covering the windows. Broken blinds. A mangled chair covered up with a wood board. An ancient stove with a giant hole. And yes, there's underwear in the living room.
What looks and feels like the most run down frat house on campus is actually the Capitol Hill home of some of the most powerful men in Washington.
"Welcome to Omega House," Senator Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, tells CNN's Dana Bash.
Durbin and New York Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer – the second and third ranking Senate Democrats – live in this house, together. Their landlord and third roommate is Democratic Congressman George Miller, of California.
Paris (CNN) - Bob Dylan is being investigated on suspicion of inciting hatred in Paris over comments he made in Rolling Stone magazine, French prosecutors said Tuesday.
An organization representing Croatians in France pressed charges against Dylan for allegedly comparing the conflict between Croatians and Serbs to the Nazis' persecution of Jews in an interview last year for the French edition of Rolling Stone.
"If you got a slave master or Klan in your blood, blacks can sense that. That stuff lingers to this day. Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood," the influential singer-songwriter was quoted as saying.
(CNN) - It is the kind of plot twist no one wants to believe: A star pulled from the story far too soon.
As the reality of actor Paul Walker's death settles over Hollywood, questions surrounding his fictional fate begin.
Walker was best known for his work in the billion-dollar "Fast and Furious" franchise. He was killed in a car crash Saturday, just one day before filming was set to resume after a Thanksgiving break.
"Right now we're in a limbo period where (movie studio) Universal needs to decide what to do, and how to put the pieces together now that they've lost one of their stars," said Ramin Setoodeh, film editor with Variety.
Every Holiday season movies vie to be the big blockbuster, the film everyone is talking about.
But are people more likely to be discussing the small screen? The latest legal battle on “The Good Wife” or the bonus videos from the “Breaking Bad” box set?
(CNN) - Wizards, hobbits, vampires, and arrow-wielding heroines – it seems the odds are ever in their favor at the box office.
"The Hunger Games" franchise launches its second film at target audiences this weekend, and odds are it will be a bulls eye.
But the supernatural and fantasy worlds are not in and of themselves thought to be the recipe for success. The strategy for winning the Hollywood games is to focus on Young Adult books.