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  • All three sisters are named after Shakespeare heroines - the title of Brown's novel itself comes from "Macbeth."

    The Seattle Times

  • A few years ago our 6 year old, Harry, was diagnosed with something called Brown's Syndrome or as Colleen and I called it "wonky eye."

    Graham James: Harry Eyeball

  • A mix-up occurred over the second award Sunday night when Tiffany Green, the fan who won the opportunity to present the award, first called Brown's name as the winner, but then switched it to Rihanna.

    Chris Brown Tops BET Awards

  • Prosecutors say they'll call Brown's mother and six other people to the stand this week to rebut the testimony of defense witnesses.

    The Seattle Times

  • New Yorker music critic Sasha Frere-Jones called Brown's return "one of the Grammys' weirdest choices ever," and cited R&B singer Drake as the more deserving star in the genre to celebrate.

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  • On the other hand, opponents would have an easier time labeling Brown's proposal a tax increase, he said.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Chafee, an independent, has embraced this vision and called Brown's new medical school a "terrific catalyst" for the new district.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Sullivan is the latest acquisition for Brown's team, which recently added a buzzword around Brown's anticipated Newsweek overhaul

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Leno called Brown's statement illogical, noting that the courts are through with the case: The U.S. Supreme Court denied review of the California decision last week, after previously rejecting an appeal from an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that required a warrant to search a cell phone.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Deputy Utah County Attorney David Sturgill on Thursday called Brown's daughters courageous and said he was satisfied with the negotiated plea and the sentence.

    The Seattle Times

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