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Advertisers ditch TLC's troubled '19 Kids and Counting'

LOS ANGELES - Four advertisers pulled out of TLC's reality show "19 Kids and Counting," putting pressure on the U.S. cable network to decide the fate of the top-rated program about a Christian family after reports that the eldest son had molested underage girls.

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Homicide probe to be launched into B.B. King's death: officials

- Nevada officials said on Monday they would conduct a homicide investigation into the death of B.B. King who died this month at age 89, after two of his daughters leveled accusations that the blues great was murdered. | Video

U.S., Music, People 26 May 2015

Judge to hold hearing on whether Shakira's copyright accuser lied

NEW YORK - A U.S. judge who ruled that pop star Shakira's 2010 hit single "Loca" was an illegal copy of a Dominican songwriter's work now says the songwriter may have lied on the stand and is prepared to head to Puerto Rico to sort out the truth. | Video

People 26 May 2015

Comedian Anne Meara, mother of actor Ben Stiller, dies at 85

- New York-born actress and comedian Anne Meara, known for her opposites-attract comedy routine with husband Jerry Stiller, died over the weekend, her family said on Sunday. She was 85. | Video

People 25 May 2015

France wins big, Italy, Blanchett lose out in Cannes

CANNES, France - French film "Dheepan" won the top Palme d'Or prize for director Jacques Audiard at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival on Sunday, crowning a good night for French cinema but a bad one for Italy and actress Cate Blanchett. | Video

Film, Italy 24 May 2015

Penguin film director gives climate warning in Cannes closer

CANNES, France - The French director who charmed the world and won an Oscar with his 2005 documentary "March of the Penguins" will close the Cannes festival on a somber note with a film about global warming that says not only the penguins should be worried.

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James Patterson's '14th Deadly Sin' holds firm atop bestsellers list

NEW YORK - The newest novel in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series, "14th Deadly Sin," retained the No. 1 spot on the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday for the second consecutive week.

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