08/22/2013 12:35amBilled as the single-largest archive of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's personal property, an upcoming auction of hundreds of personal letters, photos and other memorabilia offers a candid look inside the master painter's life as an artist, loving husband and devoted father.
08/22/2013 3:43amChina's fast growing air travel market is the world's second biggest. But when it comes to flight delays, it's No. 1.
08/22/2013 5:49amWhat does America need to fight terrorists? Pervasive surveillance, missile-firing drones, even torture _ everything's open to debate.
08/22/2013 7:14amA record number of foreign tourists have visited Spain this July, welcome news for a country mired in recession and suffering massive unemployment.
08/22/2013 7:20amJimmy Buffett, "Songs From St. Somewhere" (Mailboat)
08/22/2013 7:58amReal ratatouille, the classic Nicoise dish, is neither grilled, nor a salad. It is a stewed vegetable dish consisting of eggplant, tomato, pepper, zucchini, onion and herbs.
08/22/2013 8:04amSherryLynne Heller-Wells always wanted a fairytale wedding.
08/22/2013 8:18amThere will be a different type of Sandman featured at the Apollo next month.
08/22/2013 11:17amThis tiny plains town an hour east of Denver doesn't have much to offer visitors _ a gas station, a bar and a small-time rodeo one weekend a year.
08/22/2013 11:22amIt's a view of Paris that only a handful of people have seen in 500 years.
08/22/2013 11:30amA central Kentucky theater owner who trained pilots during the Vietnam War is refusing to show the nation's top movie, "The Butler" because one of the stars is Jane Fonda who was an outspoken opponent of the conflict.
08/22/2013 11:32amThree rare albino hedgehog babies, born on the same day as Britain's new prince, have moved into a miniature castle at a Moscow petting zoo.
08/22/2013 12:55pmWentworth Miller is declining an invitation to be an honored guest at a film festival in Russia because he is gay.
08/22/2013 12:59pmTrey Powell's first name has an extra resonance these days. Though still a bachelor, he now presides over a family of three as the dad of twin daughters born six months ago via a surrogate mother.
08/22/2013 1:52pmHeshmat Youssef used to make a decent living sailing foreign tourists down Egypt's Nile River. Since political unrest flared, business has dried up faster than water in the desert.
08/22/2013 2:12pmParticipation in mud runs and obstacle courses such as the Warrior Dash or Tough Mudder is growing by leaps and bounds. With that come some carefully plotted training schedules, with extra sprints up neighborhood hills and well-balanced diets that revolve around trail mix and vitamin-infused water.
08/22/2013 3:01pmGreece's Culture Ministry has warned against "overbold" speculation that an ancient artificial mound being excavated could contain a royal Macedonian grave or even Alexander the Great.
08/22/2013 3:37pmChristina Hendricks says it's going to be difficult when the seventh and final season of "Mad Men" starts filming this November.
08/22/2013 4:03pmLike so many visitors to Alaska, Phyllis McNamara was eager for a seven-day cruise along a majestic stretch of coast that is teeming with whales, bears and glaciers.
08/22/2013 4:25pmRap lyrics written by a man convicted of killing a Reno drug dealer were allowable evidence at trial because they described details of the crime, a divided Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
08/22/2013 4:41pmTony Bennett plans to travel to the nation's capital to pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. as the March on Washington marks its 50th year.
08/22/2013 4:47pmLew Wood, who marched with Martin Luther King, covered John F. Kennedy's assassination and was a news anchor for NBC's "Today" show during a distinguished broadcast career that began with the dawn of television, has died at age 84.
08/22/2013 5:18pmIt's not the end of the world, but "The World's End" marks a creative conclusion for Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright.
08/22/2013 5:31pmA publisher says it's acquired actor-comedian Aziz Ansari's first book.
08/22/2013 8:18pmCBS and Time Warner have temporarily lifted a New York City television blackout so viewers could watch the Democratic candidates running to become the city's next comptroller square off in a debate.
08/22/2013 8:54pmConnecticut's Department of Correction on Thursday reversed its decision to remove a 21-year-old novel written by internationally known author Wally Lamb, a volunteer at one of the state's prisons.
08/22/2013 9:57pmThe stars of the cable reality show "Pawn Stars" have left their Las Vegas pawn shop to meet fans in Southeast Asia. And one of them says he never thought they would be so popular.
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