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Wood, 25, who married Bell, 27, last October has pleaded with her Twitter followers not to retweet any paparazzi photos of her baby.
Mick Jagger celebrates his 70th birthday on Friday, July 26, and the best wishes, tributes and recollections are rolling in.
Marte Deborah Dalelv, a Norwegian national sentenced to 16 months in prison in Dubai, was handed back her passport and told she was free to leave the country.
A woman has died riding the Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, just west of Dallas.
Mel Greig, the Australian DJ behind the Kate Middleton prank call that ended in a British nurse's suicide, has taken legal action against her employer for allegedly failing to provide a safe workplace.
The Queen's granddaughter is expecting her first child with husband Mike Tindall, former English rugby captain, due in early 2014.
Charles Saatchi has announced his divorce from celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, four weeks after photographs emerged showing him appearing to choke her outside a London restaurant.
In a tape obtained by the ExaroNews journalism website and broadcast on Channel 4 News, the head of News Corp. was heard saying, "it's the biggest inquiry ever, over next to nothing."
Engelbart, a technologist, laid out a vision of an Internet decades before it became commercialized by the likes of Microsoft.
Rafael Nadal has suffered a shocking a first-round Wimbledon defeat to Belgian Steve Darcis.
The paparazzo who took pictures of Nigella Lawson being choked by her husband has defended having done nothing while he filmed "27 minutes of madness."
Kimye takes a different direction with newborn daughter's name.
Actor James Gandolfini suffered cardiac arrest in Rome and subsequently died in a hospital in the Italian capital, a doctor confirmed.
The celebrity chef's husband Charles Saatchi had defended his actions saying they were having a 'playful tiff.'
Seth Rogen and James Franco are reportedly reuniting to film a comedy about two journalists who travel to the secretive state to kill off its leader at the CIA's behest.
Bill Gates has given Aussies some advice: boost foreign aid, immunize your kids and please don't ask me too much about corporate tax.
A Russian court has rejected a parole request by hunger-striking Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina, despite pleas for leniency from former Beatle Paul McCartney, Patti Smith and Peter Gabriel.
Asked at European Tour awards dinner in London if he would have Woods around for diner, Garcia said, "every night. We will serve fried chicken."
The actor, pictured laughing and joking with Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, says the Tsarnaev brothers were brought up in America.
Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of The Doors, died Monday in Germany after a long battle with cancer, aged 74.