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  • Scarlett Johansson prepared for Avengers pain
    2012-04-12 10:10:48 UTC
    Scarlett Johansson "willingly" turned up on The Avengers set knowing that she was "going to get the c**p kicked" out of her. The actress stars as the Black Widow in the upcoming superhero film. Scarlett's role as a highly trained spy sees he...

  • Pregnant Drew Barrymore Goes Back to Blonde!
    2012-04-12 09:52:54 UTC
    Pregnancy and new hair color seem to go hand in hand in Hollywood recently. Mommy-to-be Drew Barrymore has followed in the footsteps of pregnant Kourtney Kardashian and has lightened up her locks. But while Kardashian recently opted for high...

  • Second tremor hit Western Mexico
    2012-04-12 08:50:38 UTC
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Two large earthquakes struck western Mexico, shaking buildings as far away as the capital and sending people rushing out of offices onto the streets, the U.S. Geological Survey said. There were no reports of major damage...

  • Liam Hemsworth 'no wedding plans'
    2012-04-12 08:46:25 UTC
    Liam Hemsworth won't be marrying Miley Cyrus anytime soon, insists his brother. The pair sparked wedding rumours after Miley posted a picture on Twitter showing off a manicured hand and what appeared to be an impressive engagement ring. However...

  • Whitney Houston 911 Call: "I've Got a Female Found in the Bathroom"
    2012-04-12 07:59:31 UTC
    Whitney Houston's assistant was the one who discovered the pop icon lying face down in her bathtub at the Beverly Hilton on Feb. 11, but it's unclear whether she was the "irate" woman who called hotel security and "kept hanging up" before they cou...

  • First Photo: Jennifer Lawrence's Post-Hunger Games Hookup With Bradley Cooper on Serena Set
    2012-04-12 07:51:39 UTC
    Jennifer Lawrence has gone from Panem to Prague! The first shot of the Hunger Games star and Bradley Cooper on the set of their new period piece, Serena, has just been unveiled. According to a press release, production commenced today in the...

  • Axl Rose declines induction into Rock Hall
    2012-04-12 07:47:59 UTC
    NEW YORK (AP) — The acrimony that helped dissolve Guns N' Roses nearly 20 years ago still lingers. Axl Rose announced Wednesday that he won't be showing up to see the band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and declined the honor for ...

  • 10 Foods That Fight Spring Allergies
    2012-04-12 07:40:09 UTC
    Thanks to climate change, every allergy season is the worst allergy season ever. Warmer temperatures have led to earlier springs and longer allergy seasons, while higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have led to more potent and allerg...

  • Marc Anthony Files For Divorce From Jennifer Lopez
    2012-04-12 07:37:25 UTC
    Marc Anthony has finally filed for divorce from Jennifer Lopez ... TMZ has learned. Marc cites "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for divorce. In the papers, filed April 9 in L.A. County Superior Court, Marc is asking for joint legal...

  • Mel Gibson Slams Joe Eszterhas' Anti-Semitism Accusations; The Maccabees in Limbo
    2012-04-12 07:34:27 UTC
    It turns out Mel Gibson's movie about biblical Jewish hero Judah Maccabee has hit a bit of a snag. "You hate Jews," Basic Instinct and Showgirls scribe Joe Eszterhas, tasked with writing the since-rejected screenplay for Gibson's latest passion...

  • 25 Best Cities for Staying Young
    2012-04-12 06:22:17 UTC
    Is your city keeping you young, or making you old before your time? The RealAge 2012 Youngest & Oldest Cities in America report employed RealAge Test results from more than 28 million people to rank America's 50 largest metropolitan areas to uncov...

  • Iran offers Asia oil buyers easier credit terms: FT
    2012-04-12 04:35:03 UTC
    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Iran is offering Asian oil buyers, including India, easier credit terms to lure more business and counteract tough Western sanctions aimed at restricting the OPEC member's principal export, the Financial Times reported on Thu...

  • Syria truce deadline passes, no reported violence
    2012-04-12 04:30:12 UTC
    BEIRUT (Reuters) - The deadline for a U.N.-backed ceasefire aimed at halting more than a year of violence in Syria passed on Thursday with no immediate reports of fighting, activists said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported the so...

  • Trayvon Martin shooter charged with murder
    2012-04-12 04:24:44 UTC
    JACKSONVILLE/SANFORD, Florida (Reuters) - A special prosecutor in Florida charged neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman with second-degree murder on Wednesday in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, a move protester...

  • Romney stumbles out of the gate in general election
    2012-04-12 02:05:44 UTC
    HARTFORD, Connecticut (Reuters) - Less than a day into the U.S. general election campaign, probable Republican nominee Mitt Romney stumbled on a key issue on Wednesday in an early warning that he needs to sharpen up quickly to compete with Preside...

  • Romney stumbles out of the gate in general election
    2012-04-12 00:31:43 UTC
    HARTFORD, Connecticut (Reuters) - Less than a day into the general election campaign, probable Republican nominee Mitt Romney stumbled on a key issue on Wednesday in an early warning that he needs to sharpen up quickly to compete with President Ba...

  • Obama, Romney trade blows as fight for White House narrows
    2012-04-12 00:20:12 UTC
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney fired sharp attacks at each other on Wednesday as they opened a seven-month battle for the White House that got ugly fast. Both campaigns moved quickly to frame...

  • Stronger demand in Europe boosts global PC demand
    2012-04-11 22:15:18 UTC
    (Reuters) - Global PC shipments increased in the first quarter of 2012 as demand in Europe, Middle East and Africa was stronger than forecast on the back of robust demand by business, according to the research firm Gartner. The results exceeded...

  • U.S. dismisses credibility of Syria ceasefire pledge
    2012-04-11 21:56:14 UTC
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States dismissed Syria's new pledge to halt all fighting by dawn on Thursday, saying it holds "little if any credibility" and that caveats placed by President Bashar al-Assad's government on the ceasefire are ...

  • White House campaign opens with sharp attacks
    2012-04-11 20:44:14 UTC
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney fired a series of sharp attacks at each other on Wednesday as they opened a seven-month battle for the White House that is getting ugly fast. Both campaigns mov...

  • Charges expected in shooting of Florida teen
    2012-04-11 20:41:12 UTC
    SANFORD, Florida (Reuters) - A Florida special prosecutor was expected to announce a criminal charge on Wednesday against the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager in a racially charged case that has captivated...

  • Targeting the mobile market
    2012-04-11 20:15:45 UTC
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - It's not often that a two-year-old start-up becomes a $1 billion company. Yet Instagram, a popular smartphone application that allows users to tweak photos and share them with their friends, was paid that by Facebook Inc in...

  • Whitney Houston Death—Beverly Hills Police Close Investigation, No Charges Filed
    2012-04-11 19:57:32 UTC
    Whitney Houston can finally rest in peace. Beverly Hills police have closed their investigation into her death—the last piece of lingering red tape from her Feb. 11 passing. And despite drugs playing a key part in her death, the cops have decli...

  • Congo's Kabila says to arrest wanted army general
    2012-04-11 19:40:51 UTC
    GOMA, Congo (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila announced on Wednesday that authorities would arrest a serving army general wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes. "I want to arrest Bosco Nt...

  • Analysis: Egypt's Brotherhood raises stakes by excluding IMF
    2012-04-11 19:12:29 UTC
    CAIRO (Reuters) - In all but ruling out an early agreement on an IMF loan, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has dramatically raised the stakes in its struggle with the army-led administration for control of a country still reeling from a year of politic...