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PBS probing Affleck request to omit slave-owning ancestor

The Associated Press  |  posted 9 minutes ago
PBS is conducting an internal review following revelations that producers of "Finding Your Roots" may have violated the network's editorial standards following a request by Ben Affleck that the program not reveal he had a slave-owning ancestor. That information did not appear on the episode featuring the actor, which aired in October.

100-carat diamond sells for $22 million at auction

The Associated Press  |  posted 29 minutes ago
A "perfect" 100-carat diamond in a classic emerald cut sold for just over $22 million at auction on Tuesday.

Jake Gyllenhaal, Sienna Miller on Cannes Film Festival jury

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 2:01pm
Prize winners at the Cannes Film Festival will be chosen by a jury that includes American actor Jake Gyllenhaal, Mexican director Guillermo del Toro and Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan.

Singer Sledge remembered at funeral for talent, kindness

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 1:32pm
Percy Sledge was remembered for phenomenal talent and extraordinary kindness during a Tuesday funeral service marked by warm reminiscences from fellow musicians, family members and friends he made during a five-decade career that launched with his first and biggest hit, "When a Man Loves a Woman."

Piers Morgan quizzed by police over tabloid phone hacking

Jill Lawless, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 12:51pm
Former CNN host Piers Morgan was questioned for a second time by British police Tuesday about tabloid phone hacking.

Charles Lloyd, Carla Bley, George Coleman receive jazz honor

Charles J. Gans, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 12:00pm
The newly minted 2015 Jazz Masters — Carla Bley, George Coleman and Charles Lloyd — let their music do most of the talking as they accepted the nation's highest jazz honor from the National Endowment for the Arts.

2 New Jersey students' film to be screened at Tribeca fest

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 10:21am
A short film made by two New Jersey high school students will be shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this week.

Shorter, Di Meola, Cullum to headline Montreal Jazz Festival

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 9:50am
The world's largest jazz festival returns to Montreal this summer with Wayne Shorter, Al Di Meola, Jamie Cullum and Dee Dee Bridgewater among the headliners.

Heather Headley to play the Witch in 'Into the Woods'

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 9:22am
Tony and Grammy winner Heather Headley has been lured back onstage to play a vengeful witch in a fairy tale musical in St. Louis.

Gun salutes mark Queen Elizabeth II's 89th birthday

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 9:10am
Some people get a cake. Queen Elizabeth II has received gun salutes from mounted artillery to mark her 89th birthday.

US artist unites divided Bosnian youths to make street art

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 8:40am
American graffiti artist Caleb Neelon, creator of street murals in numerous cities around the world, has enlisted youths from different sides of Bosnia's ethnic divide to work on a peace-promoting project.

Jon Stewart sets Aug. 6 as 'Daily Show' exit date

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 8:21am
Jon Stewart says Aug. 6 will be his last night hosting Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."

New music festival launched outside Nashville

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 21st - 7:21am
Another music festival is making its debut — this one outside of Nashville, Tennessee, and paying homage to history.

Bobby Brown's lawyer: Bobbi Kristina Brown has opened eyes

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 20th - 6:10pm
Bobby Brown's lawyer issued a statement Monday saying the singer's daughter has "opened her eyes" nearly three months after being found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home.

US writer who fled Austria to escape Holocaust dead at 90

George Jahn, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 20th - 3:31pm
U.S. writer Frederic Morton, who became internationally recognized in part through books on the Austrian homeland that he was forced to flee because of the Holocaust, has died, his Austrian publishers said Monday. He was 90.
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