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Singer Patti LaBelle takes stand in civil trial

HOUSTON - Singer Patti LaBelle took the stand on Wednesday in a federal civil trial and denied telling her 400-pound bodyguard to attack a man standing too close to her luggage at the Houston airport in March 2011.

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Flautist Galway tells awards audience of his 'bug' for practicing

LONDON - James Galway, known as "the man with the golden flute", attributed his success in part to his "video-game-like" style of practicing as he received a lifetime achievement award at the Gramophone Classical Music Awards on Wednesday.

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Rihanna, CBS bench opening number for Thursday football

LOS ANGELES - R&B singer Rihanna's record label on Tuesday said it has refused to license a song to CBS for its "Thursday Night Football" program after the TV network chose not to use the song in its season opener because it was focused on the NFL's domestic violence scandal. | Video

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China prosecutor approves arrest of Jackie Chan's son on drug charge

BEIJING - Chinese prosecutors have approved last month's arrest of Jaycee Chan, son of kung fu movie star Jackie Chan, after a suspected drugs offence, the state-owned Beijing News reported on Wednesday, meaning he can now be formally charged.

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Hey, hey it's a Monkee house: Davy Jones home for sale

HARRISBURG Pa. - A remote Pennsylvania country house and horse farm that the late Monkees lead singer and teen heartthrob Davy Jones called home for nearly 30 years is on the market.

People 16 Sep 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio named U.N. messenger of peace for climate

UNITED NATIONS - Hollywood actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio has been named a United Nations Messenger of Peace, a post he will use to raise awareness about climate change, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday. | Video

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Book Talk: In Burton's 'The Miniaturist', a house is a life

LONDON - Jessie Burton thought small when she wrote her debut novel, but much to her surprise it's been sold in 30 countries and, during one heady week in August, shifted more copies than J.K. Rowling's recent offering.

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