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Ohio veteran who rescued orphans in Korean War dies at 97

Lisa Cornwell, Associated Press  |  posted 12 minutes ago
A retired Air Force colonel who helped rescue hundreds of orphans in the Korean War and whose exploits inspired a movie starring Rock Hudson has died in Ohio. Dean Hess was 97.

Jury hears closing arguments in 'Blurred Lines' case

Anthony McCartney, Associated Press  |  posted 12 minutes ago
Singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lied about how they crafted the 2013 hit "Blurred Lines" and should be financially punished for using music by Marvin Gaye, a lawyer for the late singer's family told a jury Thursday.

Man accused of posing as actor pleads guilty to child porn

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 4:21pm
A man accused of posing as an actor from the "Twilight" movies to entice girls in Iowa has pleaded guilty to federal possession of child pornography charges.

Ringling Bros. to give up elephant acts in 3 years

Tamara Lush, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 4:04pm
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus says the "Greatest Show on Earth" will go on without elephants.

'Dr. Phil': To air 'intervention with Bobbi Brown's partner

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 4:02pm
"Dr. Phil" will air what the TV show is describing as an "intervention" conducted with Nick Gordon, the partner of hospitalized Bobbi Kristina Brown .

Comedy Central's Bee moves to TBS

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 2:51pm
The exodus continues at "The Daily Show," with TBS announcing Thursday that it is giving longtime correspondent Samantha Bee her own topical comedy show.

New play brings Supreme Court Justice Scalia to the stage

Brett Zongker, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 2:33pm
Actor Edward Gero has spent a lot of time in court over the past year — the Supreme Court to be exact — watching, studying and listening to one justice in particular, seeing how he behaves.

Arquette, Schwarzenegger films to premiere at Tribeca fest

Jake Coyle, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 1:01pm
The Tribeca Film Festival unveiled the second half of its slate of 97 movies, including films starring recent Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette and Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as documentaries on Rosanne Barr and R&B star Mary J. Blige.

Holocaust survivor in Denver preserves memories in book

Donna Bryson, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 12:03pm
From her kitchen window, Paula Burger can see children playing in the snow. On days like this, she thinks of the harsh winters when she, her little brother, her father and other Jews were hiding from the Nazis in the wilderness.

Attorney: 'Sniper' defamation verdict should be thrown out

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 11:31am
An attorney representing the widow of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle is arguing that a judge was mistaken in awarding a $1.8 million defamation verdict to former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.

Actor known for role as dim-witted boss on 'Seinfeld' dies

Lisa Cornwell, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 11:11am
Daniel von Bargen, who played George Costanza's dim-witted boss Mr. Kruger on "Seinfeld," has died. He was 64.

Comedy Central's 'Too Many Stars' means plenty of laughs

Frazier Moore, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 11:01am
You're a bit late to bid on the chance to join John Oliver in robbing a wine store.

Dying wish comes true: Dutch woman with ALS sees Rembrandts

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 9:11am
A Dutch charity has granted a terminally ill woman's dying wish, wheeling her into Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum on a special bed for a private viewing of an immensely popular exhibition of Rembrandt paintings.

India says it will act against BBC for airing banned film

Muneeza Naqvi, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 6:20am
India's home minister said Thursday that the government would act against the British Broadcasting Corporation after it ignored a court order and aired a documentary about a fatal gang rape in which one of the attackers blames the victim.

Book by Sen. Ted Cruz to be published June 30

Hillel Italie, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 5th - 2:20am
Sen. Ted Cruz's book, "A Time for Truth: Reigniting the Miracle of America," is coming out this summer.
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