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While the presidential candidates choose to talk about their policies and promises, the general public seems more curious about how tall and old the hopefuls are. More »


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'The Martian' lands with $55 million debut

NEW YORK (AP) — Ridley Scott's 3-D space epic "The Martian" touched down in theaters with a robust $55 million at the weekend box office. More »


Patrick Kennedy memoir takes hard look at family, addiction

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A new book by former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, youngest son of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, openly discusses what he says are the mental illnesses and addictions of himself and his family members, and takes on what he portrays as a veil of secrecy used to hide the problems of America's most famous political family. More »


Lady Gaga said she felt alive and 'like herself' on 'AHS'

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Appearing in the new season of "American Horror Story" was a life boost for Lady Gaga. More »


Meet Val the bartender: Hillary Clinton does an 'SNL' skit

WASHINGTON (AP) — Set 'em up, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and lend an ear to the troubles of a presidential candidate. More »


From nudity to origami, Paris Fashion Week has it all

PARIS (AP) — From exposed breasts to Japanese origami to the ration-era Forties, Sunday's installment of VIP-filled Paris Fashion Week had it all. Here are the spring-summer 2016 collection highlights. More »


Paris parties all night with silent disco, art shows

PARIS (AP) — Thousands of Parisians danced in eerie silence at the Gare du Nord train station and galleries left their doors open all night for the French capital's annual "Sleepless Night" festival. More »


Al Abrams, Motown Records' 1st press officer, dies at 74

DETROIT (AP) — Al Abrams, the founding press officer and publicist for Motown Records, died Saturday following a battle with cancer, his wife said. He was 74. More »


Attorneys: Robin Williams' widow, kids settle estate fight

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Robin Williams' widow and his three children from previous marriages reached a settlement in their legal fight over the late actor's estate, ending a public dispute following the beloved comedian's suicide last year. More »


Nonprofit continues fight against Lucas Museum in Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) — A nonprofit group has filed an updated complaint in federal court as part of its efforts to keep filmmaker George Lucas from building a museum along Lake Michigan in Chicago. More »


Newport Jazz Festival founder George Wein turns 90

NEW YORK (AP) — Newport Jazz Festival Founder George Wein was singing the blues just hours before turning 90 on Saturday. More »


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