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Harrison Ford Survives Crash

The ''Indiana Jones'' star suffered serious injuries in an emergency crash landing of his vintage aircraft. More »

 

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Madonna: Working out saved me from injuries after fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Exercising regularly has been like a prayer answered for Madonna: The singer says thanks to staying active, she didn't suffer much after falling during her performance at the Brit Awards. More »

 

Harrison Ford crash lands vintage plane on golf course

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Harrison Ford crash-landed his World War II-era airplane on Thursday after losing engine power, suffering serious but not life-threatening injuries as he used his years of piloting prowess to bring down the plane on a golf course and avoid nearby homes in what one expert called a beautifully executed maneuver. More »

 

Video game veteran takes swing at playful app aimed at kids

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In a sea of virtual-reality headsets and monitors broadcasting video games, there's something that seems completely alien at the Game Developers Conference: a swing set. More »

 

Jury hears closing arguments in 'Blurred Lines' case

LOS ANGELES (AP) — 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. More »

 

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

LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Dr. Phil" will air what the TV show is describing as an "intervention" conducted with Nick Gordon, the partner of hospitalized Bobbi Kristina Brown . More »

 

Comedy Central's Bee moves to TBS

NEW YORK (AP) — The exodus continues at "The Daily Show," with TBS announcing Thursday that it is giving longtime correspondent Samantha Bee her own topical comedy show. More »

 

Ringling Bros to retire its elephants, ending a tradition

POLK CITY, Fla. (AP) — Elephants have always been part of The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, ever since showman P.T. Barnum brought Jumbo, "a massive 12-foot African elephant," to America in 1882 to star in the "Greatest Show on Earth." Whenever the circus came to town, parades of pachyderms heralded its arrival, drawing patriotic crowds that boosted sales and even attracted vote-hungry politicians. Feld Entertainment, which owns the circus, still keeps 43 elephants, 13 of which are performing. But years of pressure from activists alleging abuse have caused a "mood shift" among consumers, circus executive Alana Feld told The Associated Press, and the Feld family would rather spend money on elephant care than lawyers. The Felds say they'll phase out elephant acts by 2018 as the remaining performers retire to their 200-acre Center for Elephant Conservation in central Florida. More »

 

Arquette, Schwarzenegger films to premiere at Tribeca fest

NEW YORK (AP) — 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. More »

 

Hall and Oates sue over granola-maker's Haulin' Oats cereal

NEW YORK (AP) — Hall and Oates are saying "no can do" to a granola-maker's Haulin' Oats cereal. More »

 

Jaime Camil shines as telenovela star on 'Jane the Virgin'

NEW YORK (AP) — Last pilot season, Jaime Camil had options — two offers for dramas at ABC and Netflix. More »

 

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