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Shifting in a new direction, Jack Black rides 'The D Train'
NEW YORK (AP) -- At an East Village restaurant over dinner recently, after ordering mussels and selecting a white wine, Jack Black proffered a theatrical "Gratzi" to the waitress. He then leaned in expectantly, his gymnastic eyebrows raised, eagerly awaiting a response that didn't come....
CBS' Bob Schieffer leaving 'Face the Nation' this month
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bob Schieffer's last Sunday as host of CBS' "Face the Nation" will be on May 31....
Review: Witherspoon and Vergara crash in 'Hot Pursuit'
"Hot Pursuit" has all the trappings of a buddy comedy except that whole comedy part....
Geena Davis launches Arkansas film fest for women, diversity
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- With help from a slew of corporate sponsors, Geena Davis and filmmakers focused on women and diversity have taken over Bentonville, Arkansas, a city of 40,000 best known as Wal-Mart's home base....
Man pleads not guilty to stalking actress Sandra Bullock
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A man arrested inside Sandra Bullock's home has pleaded not guilty to stalking the Oscar-winning actress....
Harris Faulkner considered rising star at Fox
NEW YORK (AP) -- Harris Faulkner's hobby may sound like a patriotic put-on, but the Fox News Channel anchor insists it's legit....
Broadway stars to celebrate B. Smith, help fight Alzheimer's
NEW YORK (AP) -- Broadway stars and singers will come together next week to celebrate former model and restaurateur B. Smith and raise money to help people with Alzheimer's disease....
Prince William, wife Kate off to country home with children
LONDON (AP) -- Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have packed up their newborn princess and their 21-month-old son Prince George for a stay at their country home....
Charlie Hebdo receives PEN award at literary gala in NYC
NEW YORK (AP) -- Under armed security and a cloud of conflicted opinions and emotions, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was presented a freedom of expression award on Tuesday night from the PEN American Center....
State official: Clinton email practices 'not acceptable'
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A high-ranking State Department official said Wednesday it's "not acceptable" for any agency employee to conduct government business on a private email server as former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton did....
New research indicates the U.S. birth rate remains at an all-time low. Experts attribute the low birth rate to reduced teen pregnancies, weak economy and women postponing motherhood to establish careers.
From what you know about this group of candidates, who would you most likely vote for...Dr. Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina or Senator Bernie Sanders?