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Celeste Holm, an Oscar-winning actress, died at the age of 95.
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Roger Waters, formerly of Pink Floyd, is the top-selling live act of 2012 so far, earning a record $158.1 million in ticket sales.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth is recovering after an accident on the set of CBS' "The Good Wife" in New York.
The park will be part of the long-stalled American Dream development.
After playing Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on TNT's "The Closer" for seven seasons, Kyra Sedgwick bids farewell to the role.
The takings may appear good, but the other films in the franchise did better.
Holmes' attorneys has said she has no plans to seek any type of emergency custody or spousal support.
Matthew McConaughey and new wife Camila Alves are expecting their third child, the couple announced via Twitter.
The media mogul gave his views on Tom Cruise's split with Katie Holmes in a series of sharp-tongued tweets.
Spain crushed Italy 4-0 in the final in Kiev.
Tour defending champion Evans finished 17 seconds behind Switzerland's Cancellara in the individual time trial in the Belgian city of Liege.
Authorities at Kristiansand airport fined the artist for carrying a small quantity of marijuana and too much cash.
Olympic gold medal winner Ezekiel Kemboi from Kenya was accused of assault, but he says it was a setup.
Explosion causes damage but no casualties.
Newly-retired Uggie is the first dog to put its paw prints in cement outside the Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Alex Trebek, the host of Jeopardy!, was hospitalized after a "mild heart attack."
Clay disqualified after stumbling at US Olympic trials, but new star Ashton Eaton breaks world record.
Parker is seeking compensation for eye injuries he suffered when a fight broke out between Chris Brown and Drake at the W.i.P. earlier this month.
While promoting "To Rome with Love" the filmmaker said watching his own moves kind of makes him cringe.