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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.
Jolie, 37, this week revealed in an editorial published in The New York Times that she had decided to have her breasts removed to reduce her cancer risk.
The "Hangover Redux" jokes can start any time. Prince Harry of Britain is arriving in the US, but despite tabloid hopes, he won't be visiting Vegas again.
"Gentleman" drew 38.4 million hits on YouTube on April 14, the second day of its release.
King Willem-Alexander becomes the first Dutch king in more than 120 years after Queen Beatrix abdicates.
Allan Arbus dying, who played psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on "M*A*S*H" has died at home in Los Angeles.
Richie Havens, the opening act at Woodstock in 1969, has died suddenly of a heart attack aged 72.
A top figure in international soccer official allegedly stole a $462,000 donation the Football Federation of Australia gave to his Caribbean football organization in 2010.
Frank Bank, the actor who played the bully Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford on the hit series "Leave It To Beaver," has died a day after his 71st birthday.
In an effort to thwart scalpers and help those hurt by the economic downturn, Kid Rock announced that all the tickets for his upcoming tour, VIP or otherwise, would be $20.
Magic Johnson son, Earvin Johnson III (or EJ), 20, has for the first time been spotted in public holding hands with a boyfriend.
A sequel to hit film "Finding Nemo" — "Finding Dory," with voiceovers by Ellen DeGeneres — will be released in 2015, Disney-Pixar has announced.
Sydney Olympic Games weightlifting gold medallist Soraya Jimenez of Mexico has died of a heart attack at 35.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday (March 25) that the 86th Academy Awards telecast will be pushed back to March 2, 2014, on ABC.
Jesse James, the ex-Mr Sandra Bullock, has married for the fourth time, to pro drag-racer and heiress Alexis DeJoria.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is joining other tech industry executives to start an organization to lobby Washington.
Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossie have arrived in Australia and been greeted by throngs of adoring fans. The pair immediately took off sightseeing around Sydney before they begin filming segments for "The Ellen Show."
Queen Elizabeth II's cousin, Edward — a.k.a. His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent — has been admitted to the hospital after suffering a stroke.