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Book: Pope John Paul II self-flagellated to get closer to Jesusupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 18:31:00

Pope John Paul II used to beat himself with a belt and sleep on a bare floor to bring himself closer to Christ, a book published Wednesday says.

Intriguing people for January 28, 2010updated: Thu Jan 28 2010 09:19:00

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter Want to get health care legislation passed in Congress? Send the elected men home, one congresswoman reportedly suggests. Shea-Porter, a New Hampshire Democrat, said as much at a Manchester town hall meeting last weekend, according to The Hill.com. It reports someone released 55 seconds of her remarks, which went viral and made national headlines.

People.com: Figure Skater Rachael Flatt Just Your Average Teen Headed to the Olympicsupdated: Wed Jan 27 2010 12:40:00

Meet the high school senior who, as well as Mirai Nagasu, beat favorite Sasha Cohen

Digital piracy hits the e-book industryupdated: Fri Jan 01 2010 09:52:00

When Dan Brown's blockbuster novel "The Lost Symbol" hit stores in September, it may have offered a peek at the future of bookselling.

People.com: Future's Here: Dan Brown Kindle Sales Top Hardcoverupdated: Thu Sep 17 2009 15:48:00

The DaVinci Code author's latest book, The Lost Symbol, may have benefited from the reduced electronic price

'The Lost Symbol' hits storesupdated: Wed Sep 16 2009 07:50:00

CNN's Phil Black explains why publishers and bookstores expect Dan Brown's latest book to be a success.

Review: Brown's 'Symbol' a second-rate 'Code'updated: Wed Sep 16 2009 07:50:00

Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" has spawned a raft of imitators, most of which pale in comparison; the latest, "The Lost Symbol," is by Brown himself.

Six days until 'The Lost Symbol' hits storesupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 13:04:00

Dan Brown could not have written a more suspenseful plot if he'd tried.

Surprising stories about 15 bestselling authorsupdated: Mon Jul 13 2009 10:28:00

How well do you know the authors of your favorite bestselling beach fare? We did some digging and came up with a few surprising facts on some of the literary world's biggest cash cows.

People.com: Angels and Demons: What's Fact - or Fiction?updated: Mon May 18 2009 14:01:00

Does Antimatter really matter? And other burning questions

'Angels and Demons' fury?updated: Sun May 17 2009 15:12:00

The sequel to "The Da Vinci Code" has inspired more shrugs than shouts, as CNN's Kara Finnstrom reports.

The Scene: The Eternal City challenges 'Angels'updated: Sun May 17 2009 11:37:00

It's been three years to the month since Dan Brown's book "The Da Vinci Code" hit theater screens, becoming a worldwide blockbuster.

The Scene: 'Angels and Demons'updated: Sun May 17 2009 11:37:00

Tom Hanks and Ron Howard describe what it was like to film their new film on the ancient streets of Rome.

Howard 'fully prepared' to accept criticism in 'Angels & Demons'updated: Sat May 16 2009 00:40:00

"The Da Vinci Code," a film based on a novel from Dan Brown, opened three years ago amid controversy and protests. Now, a new film based on another Brown novel, "Angels and Demons," opened on Friday.

Review: 'Angels & Demons' has its blessingsupdated: Fri May 15 2009 12:40:00

Critics and Catholics were quick to denounce Ron Howard's faithfully irreligious film of Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" when it was released almost exactly three years ago.

Hanks talks Angels controversyupdated: Fri May 15 2009 12:40:00

CNN's Larry King talks Catholic controversy with Tom Hanks and Ron Howard of "Angels and Demons."

Rome's 'Angels & Demons' secretsupdated: Fri May 15 2009 10:58:00

Tom Hanks dashes through a graceful Roman piazza, past an ancient Egyptian obelisk surrounded by fountains of water-spouting lions, his eyes focused on a church tucked into the corner of the square.

'Angels & Demons' actors: What controversy?updated: Wed May 13 2009 20:12:00

Three years ago, the film based on Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code" was the focus of protest and controversy, with a Vatican archbishop calling for a boycott and Catholics at many levels refuting plot points.

Time.com: Authors, Publishers Settle Suit Against Googleupdated: Tue Oct 28 2008 18:40:00

Eager to cool the debate over copyrighted text online and anxious to make some money, Google and the publishing industry announced Tuesday that they have settled their three-year legal battle over the Internet giant's book search program

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