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Celine Dion's No. 1 Regret

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Cosby to return to court in criminal sexual assault case

(Reuters) - Bill Cosby was set to return to criminal court on Tuesday for the first time since his lawyers' failed effort to have the sexual assault charges against him thrown out. More »


Drake holds off Beyonce for top spot on Billboard album chart

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - R&B artist Drake held his spot atop the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 album chart on Monday, keeping Beyonce from the coveted No. 1 position. More »


California jury selection begins in murder trial of 'Shield' actor

(Reuters) - Jury selection began on Monday in the California murder case against actor Michael Jace, who played a police officer conflicted about his sexuality in the cable television drama "The Shield" and was accused of killing his wife in 2014. More »


Rocker Neil Young, a Canadian, talks U.S. presidential politics

(Reuters) - Neil Young, a Canadian citizen, can't vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election - but the 70-year-old rocker has plenty to say about it. More »


Johnny Depp back for new 'Alice' fantasy adventure

LOS ANGELES, May 24 (Reuters) - Singer Pink provided a rocking start to the Los Angeles premiere of "Alice Through the Looking Glass" on Monday with a live performance for the crowd lining Hollywood Boulevard. More »


Madonna, Kesha, Dion rule the stage at emotional Billboard Awards

(Reuters) - Madonna paid tribute to Prince, Kesha earned a standing ovation for her stirring rendition of "It Ain't Me, Babe" honoring Bob Dylan, and Celine Dion dedicated her Icon award to her late husband at Sunday night's emotion-packed Billboard Music Awards. More »


Kanye West is sued by Hungarian rock star for alleged song theft

(Reuters) - Kanye West is being sued by a prominent Hungarian rock singer and composer, who accused the hip-hop star of sampling one of his best-known compositions without permission for the 2013 song "New Slaves." More »


Angelina Jolie to teach at London School of Economics on women in conflict

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is to join the London School of Economics (LSE) as a visiting professor on a new masters course on women, peace and security, the school announced on Monday. More »


Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, animation trove up for auction

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - From Walt Disney's hand-signed Mickey Mouse doll to his animator's desk and chairs, a trove of the late animation entrepreneur's memorabilia will go up for auction next month and offers a glimpse into the origins of the "mouse house." More »


Bata Zivojinovic, famed film star in old Yugoslavia, dies at 82

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Velimir "Bata" Zivojinovic, one of old Yugoslavia's best known and prolific film stars who often played partisans fighting Nazi occupation in World War Two, died on Monday at 82 of multiple illnesses, Tanjug news agency reported. More »


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