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Oprah Winfrey has topped the Forbes magazine list of most-influential celebrities of 2013 for the second year in a row.
An Israeli soldier died of heat stroke while running the Tel Aviv marathon on Friday while four were hospitalized in critical condition.
Accompanied by a picture of her drinking champagne at a Sydney hotel, Australian media reported that Mel Greig, a DJ involved in the Royal hoax and subsequent suicide of a UK nurse, is to return to work.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. was fined a whopping $900,000 by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and suspended for nine months for using marijuana before last year's fight with Sergio Martinez.
Anne Hathaway has issued a bizarre apology for the Prada dress she wore to the Oscars, but not for the reason many may suspect.
Air New Zealand, which famously had Hobbits and other characters from "Lord of the Rings" starring in its inflight safety video, has this time used "Man v Wild" star Bear Grylls.
Iran has dismissed the awarding of an Oscar to the film "Argo" as an "advertisement for the CIA" and a Zionist plot to misrepresent an event arising from the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Meanwhile, "Life of Pi" won four awards, the most of any film.
Top Australian swimmers have admitted that they abused a banned prescription drug before the London Olympics and lied to cover it up.
Patricia Cornwell, the crime writer, has been awarded nearly $51 million by a federal jury in a lawsuit against her former financial management company, New York firm Anchin, Block & Anchin.
Billy McKnight, the ex-boyfriend of country music star Mindy McCready, said "she still hadn't beaten her demons".
Lady Gaga has postponed four US shows citing synovitis, or severe inflammation of the joints, due to an injury sustained performing.
An Australian tourist was raped in an alley after leaving the exclusive Lavo nightclub in Manhattan, police say.
Hillary Clinton has launched a new website, fueling speculation about whether she will run for president in 2016.
Felix Baumgartner, who skydived from the edge of space — 24 miles up — last October reached a speed of 843.6 miles per hour, faster than previously thought, according to the official numbers.
Bobbi Kristina Brown has slammed a new book by her grandmother, Cissy Houston, on her pop star mother Whitney Houston, "Remembering Whitney," as disrespectful.
Kate Middleton has been spotted shopping for maternity wear, including "jeggings" at Gap.
EPO — which Lance Armstrong has admitted to taking throughout his cycling career — is a hormone that increases red blood cell count and therefore athletic performance.
Lance Armstrong has admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he took banned substances during all seven of his Tour de France victories.
Gertrude Augusta Moran — a.k.a. "Gorgeous" Gussy — the American tennis pioneer whose lacy underwear caused a sensation at Wimbledon, has died at the age of 89.