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Hollywood Mourns an Icon

Award-winning film and theater director and writer Mike Nichols died suddenly at 83. Nichols was best known for ''The Graduate'' and ''Spamalot.'' More »

 

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'Today' looks to rebound from tough week

NEW YORK (AP) — It's rarely a good sign when morning television hosts are painfully bantering about whether they are keeping their jobs. More »

 

Swiss museum accepts priceless Gurlitt art trove

BERLIN (AP) — A Swiss museum agreed Monday to accept a priceless collection of long-hidden art from the late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, saying it will work closely with Germany to make sure that any pieces looted by the Nazis are returned to their Jewish owners. More »

 

Sting tries to help his ailing Broadway musical

NEW YORK (AP) — Sting is hoping his star power can plug up a leaky ship. More »

 

One Direction, Iggy Azalea shine at 2014 AMAs

One Direction won three honors at the American Music Awards, including artist of the year over powerhouse acts like Beyonce and Luke Bryan, while breakthrough newcomer Iggy Azalea beat out heavyweights Eminem and Drake in the rap categories. More »

 

Katy Perry to perform at Super Bowl halftime show

NEW YORK (AP) — Will Katy Perry be a firework at the Super Bowl? Will she show them what she's worth? Will she let her colors burst? More »

 

Chris Colfer has multi-book deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Chris Colfer is planning many return trips to the Land of Stories. More »

 

Spain's Juan Goytisolo win Cervantes letters prize

MADRID (AP) — Popular Spanish author Juan Goytisolo has won the 2014 Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world's highest literary honor. More »

 

'Mockingjay, Part 1' opens with $123 million

NEW YORK (AP) — "Mockingjay, Part 1" didn't catch fire like the previous installments of "The Hunger Games," but it still had the biggest opening of the year with $123 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday. More »

 

AP Exclusive: Letter that inspired Kerouac found

LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's been called the letter that launched a literary genre — 16,000 amphetamine-fueled, stream-of-consciousness words written by Neal Cassady to his friend Jack Kerouac in 1950. More »

 

List of winners of the American Music Awards

Winners of the 2014 American Music Awards, presented Sunday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles: More »

 

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