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A Friday in Delhi with Jason Overdorf.
"Where Are We Now?" was released on the British rock star's 66th birthday.
Psy apologizes for anti-American military lyrics: "I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused by those words."
Angelina Jolie visited refugees on the Syria-Jordan border in her capacity as the UNHCR Special Envoy.
Thanksgiving saw record revenue at the box office, with vampires, James Bond and Abe Lincoln attractive moviegoers.
Actress Ashley Judd's name is being thrown out as a challenger to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's seat in 2014.
William Faulkner's estate filed a lawsuit against Woody Allen over a line in "Midnight in Paris."
Lena Dunham, the writer, actress and filmmaker, signed a book deal with Random House for more than $3.5 million.
Andy Williams, the singer best known for "Moon River," passed away at the age of 84.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is headed to rehab after an on stage meltdown.
Singer-songwriter Fiona Apple was reportedly arrested in west Texas for possession of hashish.
Randy Newman, the award-winning songwriter behind Pixar classics, wrote the satirical "I'm dreaming of a white president."
Haifaa Al Mansour directed "Wadjda," the first movie to be made entirely in Saudi Arabia.
Guy Adams, a journalist for The Independent who was critical of NBC's Olympics coverage, had his Twitter account restored after it was suspended.
The Olympic torch passed by Buckingham Palace and Downing Street as it made its way through London.
The North Korean women's soccer team refused to take the field in its game against Colombia over a flag dispute.
William Balfour, convicted of killing Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother, and nephew, was sentenced to life in prison.
Morgan Freeman donated $1 million to the pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA.
While discussing plans to design Russia's uniforms for the 2014 Olympics, American Apparel mentioned that it could remake the US Olympic team's uniforms.
Director Andrew Stanton will reportedly direct a sequel to the hugely successful "Finding Nemo."