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Statements that Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes made to police shortly after his arrest should be admissible at his trial even though he didn't have an attorney present, prosecutors argued Wednesday.
"It's all cinema, it's all from film," said Jean Paul Gaultier, summing up haute couture.
A judge in Geneva has rejected an application from Shakira's ex-boyfriend seeking rights to one of her bank accounts.
Musician Herb Alpert, sportswriter Frank Deford and filmmaker George Lucas are among 23 people and an organization chosen to receive national medals for their contributions in the fields of the arts and humanities.
Rapper 50 Cent denies allegations he attacked his ex-girlfriend and trashed her condo.
A portion of the Indiana high school where James Dean was first exposed to acting collapsed early Wednesday, dimming hopes of saving the long-shuttered brick schoolhouse in the actor's hometown.
A federal judge in Florida says Abercrombie & Fitch Co. didn't violate trademark rules by producing a shirt playing on the nickname of Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino of TV's "Jersey Shore."
Mac Miller had a quick decision to make when Kanye West jumped the street date for his new album: Move his "Watching Movies with the Sound Off" to a different week or stand firm in the face of "Yeezus."
Demi Lovato is a no-go for Philadelphia's Fourth of July show.
Artificial intelligence is both the problem and the solution for a new team of Avengers whose roster members are synthetic, android and robotic.
For Bobby McFerrin, breaking new ground has always been synonymous with his music.
It's New York City's version of American as apple pie: hot dogs, a heart-racing turn on the Cyclone or a scenic spin on the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island's historic amusement park on July Fourth.
Justin Bieber's mom, Pattie Mallette, has left out some of the rougher details of her early life for a new teen edition of her memoir, "Nowhere But Up."
Derek Vincent Smith, the internationally renowned DJ who performs under the name Pretty Lights, has a simple request: Don't call what he does electronic dance music.
James Gandolfini left the bulk of his estimated $70 million estate to his 13-year-old son and infant daughter.
A future British king or queen might spend some early hours sleeping in a cardboard box - if a maternity package donated by Finland's social security service proves a success.
A celebrated Taiwanese film director apologized for letting an award-winning Chinese photographer use false papers to visit a Taiwanese naval base while scouting sights for a new feature film.
Steve Martin is known as a wild and crazy guy, but he's also a lucky one: A stranger found his wallet on a Pennsylvania street and returned it to the entertainer.
Hallmark Channel and Marie Osmond are parting ways.
Few people have been photographed more often than Kate Moss, and some of the most famous images of the supermodel are going under the hammer at a Christie's auction this fall.
"Punky Brewster" and the kids from "Saved by the Bell" are returning to the small screen through digital comic books. So, too, are "Knight Rider," "Airwolf" and "Miami Vice."
The CBS drama "Under the Dome" has the potential to be a game-changer for network television.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for June 24-30. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
Charles Carr, who was just a college freshman when he drove country music legend Hank Williams on his final, lonesome journey six decades ago, has died.
In a story June 25 about chef Paula Deen's future in the wake of controversy over her past use of the N-word, The Associated Press incorrectly named the employer of Dara Busch, who commented on the case. Busch works for Rubenstein Public Relations, not Rubenstein Associates.