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Mackenzie Phillips: 'I understand this is a difficult thing'updated: Mon Sep 28 2009 11:19:00

The reaction to Mackenzie Phillips' detailed account of her sexual relationship with her father, John Phillips, has been explosive, and some of the strongest statements have come from her family.

For Mackenzie Phillips, drugs overshadowed promising careerupdated: Fri Sep 25 2009 09:26:00

Actress Mackenzie Phillips has said that she believes she had a "genetic predisposition" to the life of sex, drugs and rock and roll that have come to define her. Mackenzie Phillips Seeks to Clarify Incest Issueupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 20:27:00

But stepmom Michelle Phillips blasts shocking claims in the former child star's book

Mackenzie Phillips on arrestupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 10:37:00

Former child star Mackenzie Phillips talks about her 2008 heroin and cocaine bust on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.'

Mackenzie Phillips: Dad wanted me to be his wifeupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 10:37:00

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired Wednesday, Mackenzie Phillips said that she was raped by her father while still a teenager.

John Phillips had checkered, sometimes sordid, lifeupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 07:17:00

In 1967, the Mamas & the Papas had a hit with a song that detailed, with bittersweet harmonies, the checkered history of the band. The song, written by the group's John Phillips and his wife, Michelle, was called "Creeque Alley." Mackenzie Phillips: I Slept with My Own Fatherupdated: Wed Sep 23 2009 10:49:00

The One Day at a Time star details her shocking family secret in a new memoir

Mackenzie Phillips: I had sex with musician dad John Phillipsupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 23:43:00

Actress Mackenzie Phillips reveals she had a long-term incestuous relationship with her famous father, musician John Philips, in a tell-all memoir, according to, which obtained an advance copy of her book.

Shuttle astronauts complete 6-hour spacewalkupdated: Thu Mar 19 2009 22:37:00

A pair of astronauts from the space shuttle Discovery safely completed a six-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Thursday, installing a set of solar panels that will help the station handle twice as many crew members.

EW review: Elton's best album in decadesupdated: Tue Sep 19 2006 10:15:00

Anyone heralding a new Elton John album as a return to form faces credibility issues. (You may recall the "Elton's back!" scare around 2001's "Songs From the West Coast.") But it's not crying wolf to warn you that "The Captain & the Kid" is EJ's best since the Carter years.

Animal space crew back on earthupdated: Fri Jun 17 2005 09:24:00

Russia's Photon M-2 laboratory has safely returned to Earth with its crew of lizards, scorpions, snails and other animals.

Station crew: Housing stranded shuttle crew would be stressfulupdated: Thu Jun 09 2005 16:13:00

A day after a blue-ribbon panel endorsed a plan to house shuttle astronauts aboard the international space station in the event of an emergency, the station's flight engineer, John Phillips, acknowledged Thursday that any attempt to carry out such a plan would prove difficult.

Cell-phone student back at school after suspensionupdated: Mon May 09 2005 12:08:00

A Georgia student, suspended after violating his high school's cell-phone ban to talk to his mother in Iraq, returned to class on Monday.

Penalty reduced for student who took call from mom in Iraqupdated: Sat May 07 2005 08:08:00

A Columbus, Georgia student will return to class Monday after serving three days' suspension that began when his mother called him on his cell phone from Iraq, where she is deployed.

Military mom's call leads to son's suspensionupdated: Fri May 06 2005 20:11:00

A Columbus, Georgia, high school student has been suspended for 10 days after he became defiant when a teacher interrupted a cell phone conversation with his mother, who is stationed in Iraq, a school district official said Friday.

Mission begins for space station replacementsupdated: Mon Apr 18 2005 13:12:00

The crew of the eleventh mission to the international space station (ISS) is taking stock of what is now their orbital home for the next six months.

Shuttle to deliver fresh suppliesupdated: Thu Mar 10 2005 12:47:00

While NASA's shuttle Discovery crew prepares to return to flight, engineers and technicians are packing the mission's crucial cargo of fresh supplies and science equipment.

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