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  • Polar bears have symptoms of mystery disease
    2012-04-08 06:09:52 UTC
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Symptoms of a mysterious disease that has killed scores of seals off Alaska and infected walruses are now showing up in polar bears, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said on Friday. Nine polar bears fr...

  • Ashton Kutcher buys house in Hollywood Hills
    2012-04-07 20:47:11 UTC
    The star of 'Two and a Half Men' had been leasing the three-story home with five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and nearly 9,400 square feet of living space. The price is undisclosed. Ashton Kutcher has bought a home in the heart of the Hollywood Hi...

  • Avalanche buries 124 Pakistani soldiers and 11 civilians
    2012-04-07 20:42:17 UTC
    ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - An avalanche engulfed a Pakistani army battalion headquarters near the Indian border on Saturday, burying 124 soldiers and 11 civilians, with no sign of survivors 17 hours later, the military said. The snow left by the avala...

  • Demi Moore 'stalling on divorce'
    2012-04-07 20:40:43 UTC
    Demi Moore is reportedly "stalling" on signing her divorce papers. The Hollywood star split from her husband Ashton Kutcher last year, following claims he had been unfaithful. She started proceedings to legally end their union but it has been c...

  • Jessica Alba Covers Jack Magazine April 2012
    2012-04-07 20:20:58 UTC
    She’s no stranger to magazine covers, and Jessica Alba looks stunning on the front of Jack Italy's April 2012 issue. The “Fantastic Four” actress is the picture of perfection in her photo spread, showing off her amazing body, which is especiall...

  • Britney Spears' fiance to share conservatorship over her
    2012-04-07 20:11:48 UTC
    First comes the engagement, then comes...conservatorship? Singer Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears, who holds conservatorship over his daughter and her fortune, has asked a court to add future son-in-law Jason Trawick as a co-conservator, Pe...

  • Obama seeks to define Romney for voters
    2012-04-07 20:11:47 UTC
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When President Barack Obama criticized Mitt Romney by name this week for embracing a controversial Republican budget proposal, he worded his attack carefully and with bite. "(Romney) said that he's 'very supportive' of this...

  • Syrians need $70 mln of humanitarian aid: OIC
    2012-04-07 19:50:06 UTC
    At least one million Syrians affected by violence need urgent humanitarian aid worth $70 million, said the head of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on Saturday, AFP reported. A joint UN and OIC assessment mission that visited Syria has "...

  • Week in Review: Kim & Kanye Raise Questions, Whitney Houston's Coroner Report Findings and Heidi Klum Files for Divorce
    2012-04-07 16:24:05 UTC
    Another week is coming to a close, so you know what that means. If you have no other holiday weekend plans (or even if you do) feel free to entertain yourselves with this beast of entertainment information, covering all the top stories from the...

  • Popular painter Thomas Kinkade dies in Calif.
    2012-04-07 15:09:54 UTC
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Artist Thomas Kinkade once said that he had something in common with Walt Disney and Norman Rockwell: He wanted to make people happy. And he won success with brushwork paintings that focused on idyllic landscapes, cottages ...

  • Bob Weinstein's wife files for divorce in NY
    2012-04-07 14:52:47 UTC
    NEW YORK (AP) — The wife of film producer Bob Weinstein has filed for divorce in New York and is seeking an order of protection. Court papers say Anne Weinstein is seeking the protection order because she fears "bodily harm." A spokesman for...

  • Jesse Eisenberg Bolts ICM for CAA
    2012-04-07 13:10:28 UTC
    Jesse Eisenberg is leaving ICM for CAA, an individual with knowledge of the departure told TheWrap. With the help of ICM agent Joanne Wiles, Eisenberg went from a promising independent film actor in movies like 2005's "The Squid and the Whale"...

  • Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" to become movie
    2012-04-07 13:04:21 UTC
    LOS ANGELES - From the classic western "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid" to the painful ego-trip that was "Masked and Anonymous," Bob Dylan has a pretty extensive, if varied, movie resume for a rock star. But in a career that netted him a Best Song...

  • James Cameron, Mark Burnett team for 'Robogeddon'
    2012-04-07 12:57:12 UTC
    LOS ANGELES - James Cameron and Mark Burnett are joining forces for a new television series called "Robogeddon," Discovery announced at its upfront presentation Thursday. The series from Oscar-winning director Cameron and reality TV mastermind ...

  • Katy Perry 3-D concert movie to be released in July
    2012-04-07 12:52:27 UTC
    NEW YORK - The makers of Justin Bieber's top-grossing concert film have moved on to another global pop star -- Katy Perry. A 3-D documentary concert feature film billed as an on-and- off stage close up look at Perry and her 2011 California Drea...

  • Review: "The Hunter" takes Willem Dafoe to Tasmania
    2012-04-07 11:58:44 UTC
    LOS ANGELES - Willem Dafoe, his gaunt, weathered face all sharply chiseled angles, determinedly hikes through dense foliage and across mountain meadows, setting and baiting traps. He's in the mountains of Tasmania, the Australian island state t...

  • Beyonce shares family photos on new fan website
    2012-04-07 08:20:39 UTC
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - R&B superstar Beyonce gave fans some insight into her private life on Thursday with the relaunch of her website, featuring intimate snapshots of her daily routines the singer has carefully shielded from the public until now...

  • Houston drowned in very hot water, cocaine in system
    2012-04-07 08:14:46 UTC
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Whitney Houston drowned in a hot bathtub in a Beverly Hills hotel room with cocaine in her system and white powder nearby, a final coroner's report revealed on Wednesday. Detectives found white powdery substances, a roll...

  • Gallup/USA Poll: Whites Overwhelmingly Believe Zimmerman is Innocent
    2012-04-07 08:12:08 UTC
    The death of Trayvon Martin has sparked a fury in most corners of Black America and each detail is read eagerly by many people who are fiercely advocating for George Zimmerman, 28, the White-Hispanic neighborhood watchman who shot him in the chest...

  • China's big banks lend nearly 300 billion yuan in March: paper
    2012-04-07 07:57:42 UTC
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's big four state banks extended almost 300 billion yuan ($47.50 billion) in new local-currency loans last month, the official Securities Times reported on Saturday, citing unidentified sources. The newspaper also estimat...

  • $5-6 million expected on first day for "Titanic" 3D
    2012-04-07 07:54:51 UTC
    LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - The 3D re-release of James Cameron's "Titanic" was steaming toward a possible $6 million haul at the box office in its debut Wednesday, as the 100th anniversary approaches of the sinking of the real Titanic. Domestic...

  • Painter of Light' Thomas Kinkade dies in Calif.
    2012-04-07 06:42:30 UTC
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Artist Thomas Kinkade, whose brushwork paintings of idyllic landscapes, cottages and churches have been big sellers for dealers across the United States, died Friday, a family spokesman said. Kinkade, 54, died at his home i...

  • Michelle Obama 'slimed' with Bieber at ceremony
    2012-04-03 08:51:13 UTC
    First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama presented Taylor Swift with "The Big Help Award" at The 2012 Kids' Choice Awards, but was then collaterally splattered with the show's signature green slime after a direct hit on Justin Bieber. Twe...

  • EU sent inspectors to examine Spain deficit figures
    2012-03-13 17:10:08 UTC
    Inspectors from the European Commission have been in Spain to evaluate its 2011 budget deficit after the numbers came in much higher than expected, the EU executive said on Friday. Spain said at the end of February that its budget deficit was 8....