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  • Jennifer Aniston's Latest Leading Man: Justin Theroux or Jason Sudeikis?
    2012-04-11 10:18:33 UTC
    Wait a second, did one of our favorite Hollywood couples split?! And now Jennifer Aniston is with Jason Sudeikis?! Heck no, guys. Heck. No. We're talking movies here, people. It looks like Aniston's in talks for two projects that will have h...

  • Ashley Judd Slaps Media in the Face for Speculation Over Her ‘Puffy’ Appearance
    2012-04-11 09:51:36 UTC
    Ashley Judd’s 'puffy' appearance sparked a viral media frenzy. But, the actress writes, the conversation is really a misogynistic assault on all women. he Conversation about women’s bodies exists largely outside of us, while it is also directe...

  • Hunger Games Sequel Shakeup! Gary Ross Officially Not Directing Catching Fire
    2012-04-11 09:35:09 UTC
    Well, that's all folks—at least when it comes to Gary Ross and The Hunger Games. As we continue to hope that these films don't follow the downfall of other multiple-director-franchises, Ross has released a statement explaining why he decided to...

  • Madonna's 'MDNA' Fail: Singer's Album Sales Plummet
    2012-04-11 09:27:57 UTC
    Madonna's MDNA may be the first album to both top the Billboard charts and be a massive commercial failure. The record debuted at No. 1 on the charts, prompting her longtime manager Guy Oseary to herald the singer's comeback as a great success....

  • Jessica Alba, others, mark National Poetry Month
    2012-04-11 09:23:06 UTC
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jessica Alba is adding her voice to National Poetry Month, helping to lure children into the art form. Alba is among more than a dozen celebrity parents whose poetry readings are airing on the Disney and Disney Junior channel...

  • Kim Kardashian You Can't Sue ME ... I'm a Hairy Armenian!
    2012-04-11 07:54:42 UTC
    Kim Kardashian is seeking refuge in her hairy Armenian heritage -- asking a court to excuse her from a nasty beauty product lawsuit ... because she never lied about her fur-removal practices. Kim just filed new docs in her ongoing legal battle ...

  • Annan says Syria promises to respect ceasefire
    2012-04-11 07:30:31 UTC
    DUBAI (Reuters) - United Nations-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan said on Wednesday the Syrian government had assured him it will respect a ceasefire with rebel forces, less than 24 hours before a deadline to suspend hostilities. "I have received g...

  • Troubled euro zone states most at risk from high oil
    2012-04-11 07:19:26 UTC
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Oil prices at record levels in euro terms are threatening to rock the euro zone's economy more than might be expected, with those countries least capable of riding out a shock being the worst hit. Standard estimates of the ...

  • Japan ship insurer sets new rules on Iran oil voyages
    2012-04-11 06:32:54 UTC
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Ship owners covered by Japan P&I club must alert the maritime insurer in advance of any plans to transport Iranian oil and petrochemicals that could fall foul of Western sanctions, the insurer said. The United States and Europ...

  • Abbott wins EU approval for new use of Humira drug
    2012-04-11 06:18:59 UTC
    (Reuters) - Humira, the best-selling arthritis drug that forms the cornerstone of Abbott Laboratories' pharmaceutical business, has been approved in Europe for ulcerative colitis, the U.S. drugmaker said on Wednesday. The green light from the E...

  • Annan urges U.N. council to push for Syria truce by Thursday
    2012-04-11 06:10:34 UTC
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N.-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan appealed to the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday to help prevent the collapse of his efforts to end Syria's year-long conflict, after Damascus ignored a deadline to withdraw troops and s...

  • Obama campaign: Romney not paying "fair share" of taxes
    2012-04-11 05:54:49 UTC
    BOCA RATON, Florida (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's campaign blasted Mitt Romney on Tuesday for not paying his "fair share" of taxes, escalating the rhetoric against the leading Republican presidential contender to try to paint him as an elit...

  • After game-changing run, Santorum quits White House race
    2012-04-11 05:14:12 UTC
    GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - Rick Santorum ended his improbable run for the White House on Tuesday after leading a Republican tilt to the right that could dog the more moderate front-runner, Mitt Romney, in November's election. Trailing...

  • Manila summons China's envoy over South China Sea standoff
    2012-04-11 02:56:15 UTC
    MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines summoned China's ambassador in Manila on Wednesday for talks over a disputed area in the South China Sea after two large Chinese surveillance ships blocked a Philippine Navy vessel from arresting Chinese fisherme...

  • Shooter in Trayvon Martin case "emotionally crippled"
    2012-04-11 02:28:26 UTC
    SANFORD, Florida (Reuters) - The neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed unarmed black Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has been so "emotionally crippled" by the racially charged case that he may no longer be in control of his actions, his...

  • Cuban national soccer team player defects, seeks asylum in U.S.
    2012-04-11 01:45:44 UTC
    NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - A Cuban national soccer player who disappeared from his team while in Nashville, Tennessee, for an Olympic qualifying tournament has defected and is seeking asylum in the United States, his attorney said on Tuesday...

  • UK's One Direction sued by US band with same name
    2012-04-11 01:15:51 UTC
    (Reuters) - Simon Cowell's British boy band One Direction, among the hottest new acts in the music business, has been sued for trademark infringement because it is using the same name as a small California pop-rock group. In what is expected to...

  • Clinton warns of "additional provocations" from North Korea
    2012-04-11 01:06:35 UTC
    ANNAPOLIS, Maryland (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned on Tuesday that history points to "additional provocations" from North Korea after its expected rocket launch this week, suggesting isolated Pyongyang feared closer rel...

  • Global cyber arms race engulfing Web - Defense official
    2012-04-11 00:58:37 UTC
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A global cyber arms race is engulfing the Internet and the best way to counter the rapidly escalating threat is combining the efforts of U.S. agencies, private firms and international allies, cyber security officials said on...

  • Demi Lovato Almost Kills Paul McCartney—True Story!
    2012-04-10 21:13:12 UTC
    Demi Lovato almost squashed a Beatle last night. The "Give Your Heart a Break" singer came close to dinging none other than Paul McCartney with her car as she pulled into a parking space in Los Angeles, according to her own excited tweets. "...

  • Vanessa Lachey's Baby: Could Nick Miss Birth Due to 98 Degrees Reunion Tour?
    2012-04-10 21:08:14 UTC
    Uh-oh! Is Nick Lachey going to be MIA during the final weeks of wife Vanessa's pregnancy? Just a couple of weeks ago there was big speculation that Nick would be getting back together with 98 Degrees for a reunion tour this summer. Vanessa, ...

  • Seal Files Divorce Response Assets Bone of Contention
    2012-04-10 21:03:05 UTC
    Seal has filed his response to Heidi Klum's divorce petition, and it looks like he's gearing up for a dispute over who gets what in the divorce. TMZ already reported that Heidi claims there is a postnuptial agreement, which means there are no j...

  • Exclusive: China's ZTE planned U.S. computer sale to Iran
    2012-04-10 20:59:25 UTC
    (Reuters) - China's ZTE Corp, which recently sold Iran's largest telecommunications firm a powerful surveillance system, later agreed to ship to Iran millions of dollars worth of embargoed U.S. computer equipment, documents show. The American c...

  • Has Victoria been giving you tips? David Beckham to become ELLE magazine's FIRST solo male cover star
    2012-04-10 20:55:37 UTC
    His wife regularly dominates the covers of the top women's magazines. But it seems that husband David Beckham may be venturing onto her turf. Mail Online can exclusively reveal that the handsome football star - who is as famous off the pitch as...

  • Sanctions may cut Iran's oil output by 15 percent: U.S.
    2012-04-10 20:37:15 UTC
    (Reuters) - Iran's oil production could fall almost 15 percent this year due to reduced foreign investment, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Tuesday in a report highlighting the growing strain on Tehran's oil sector even be...