Rosie O'Donnell says her year-old daughter Chelsea, missing and in need of medical attention since last week, has been found. Police in the village of South Nyack confirmed Tuesday that Chelsea had not returned home on Sunday and that they were looking for her. Chelsea has a large tattoo on her right side of a dream catcher with the word 'Breathe. O'Donnell, comedian, author, actress, former talk-show host and gay activist, said her daughter left home with her 6-month-old therapy dog named Bear, described as a brown and black terrier.
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Jobs for life are rare in the upper echelons of the American magazine industry. Senior editorial executives come and go, sent packing by mercurial publishers or poached by rivals, and the reflex response to a slumping circulation is usually simple: fire someone. But all of that has turned out to be a little less straightforward in the case of Rosie, the magazine built around the former US talk show host Rosie O'Donnell: when a magazine is based on a single celebrity, you can't really afford to fall out with the celebrity. If you build a commercial product around a celebrity brand, do you have any right to complain when the celebrity decides to change her public persona?
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