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Judge lets case questioning mogul's mental state proceed
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge has decided that a case challenging media mogul Sumner Redstone's capacity to make health care decisions for himself can proceed....
'Racing Extinction' sounds the alarm for vanishing species
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- When Discovery Channel's "Racing Extinction" debuts worldwide, the documentary's creators will be looking for more than ratings and critical reaction. It's action they're after....
Bono, Clooney, Kardashian part of all-star campaign for AIDS
NEW YORK (AP) -- Would you like to spend quality time with George Clooney as he showers you with compliments?...
Box Office Top 20: 'The Hunger Games' rules again
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Audiences had a number of new movie-going options over the Thanksgiving weekend, including "The Good Dinosaur" and "Creed," but it was "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" that held on to the top spot for the second weekend in a row....
Pop goes the pontiff: Pope Francis rocks out on new album
Pope Francis, "Wake Up!" (Believe Digital)...
Review: 'Youth' a captivating portrait of friendship, aging
Superheroes and franchise blockbusters may dominate the multiplex, but Paolo Sorrentino's "Youth" is a reminder of the touching, unexpected and unusual places movies can go....
Pink joins UNICEF in fight to end child malnutrition
Trailblazing pop star Pink saw firsthand severely malnourished children during a recent visit to Haiti as a part of a UNICEF program to provide therapeutic food packets to children in need....
PSY set to release 1st album since smash hit 'Gangnam Style'
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korean rapper PSY, who is set to release his first album since becoming an international sensation more than three years ago with the smash hit "Gangnam Style," says the pressure to live up to that success caused him to take his time with his latest project....
La Scala gala season premiere to open under extra security
MILAN (AP) -- La Scala's gala season premiere of Verdi's "Giovanna d'Arco" ("Joan of Arc") will take place under extra security in the wake of the Paris attacks and indications that the famed Milanese theater is a possible target for extremists....
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee said the United States is not doing enough to fight Islamic State, and the group is gaining strength outside Iraq and Syria. Feinstein said President Barack Obama's decision to send 50 Special Forces to Syria will not solve the problem and advocated a larger, more specific special operations plan.
Should it be the responsibility of the government to ensure health care coverage for all Americans?