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Paul McCartney gets own set of Royal Mail stamps

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LONDON Paul McCartney has numerous hits, awards and even a knighthood to his name. Now the former Beatle can add a personalised set of stamps to his long list of accolades. | Video

UK's Meghan, Harry ask for COVID vaccine donations to mark son Archie's birthday

LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan marked the second birthday of their son Archie on Thursday by calling for donations to help provide COVID-19 vaccines to the world's most vulnerable.

May 06 2021

Kevin Spacey accuser cannot sue anonymously, judge rules

NEW YORK A man who said he was sexually assaulted at age 14 by the actor Kevin Spacey in the 1980s must identify himself if he is to continue his $40 million civil lawsuit against the Oscar winner, a federal judge ruled.

United States, May 04 2021

Britney Spears calls recent documentaries about her 'hypocritical'

LOS ANGELES Pop singer Britney Spears spoke out on Tuesday about recent documentaries about her life and career, calling them "hypocritical" because they rehash her personal problems while criticizing the media for reporting them the first time. | Video

Environment, May 05 2021

UK royal Meghan to publish children's book based on husband Harry and son Archie

LONDON Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, is to publish a children's book next month titled "The Bench" about the relationship between a father and son based on her husband Prince Harry and the couple's child Archie, the publisher said on Tuesday. | Video

World, May 04 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates to divorce, but charitable foundation to remain intact

SEATTLE (Reuters) -Billionaire benefactors Bill and Melinda Gates, co-founders of one of the world's largest private charitable foundations, filed for divorce on Monday after 27 years of marriage but pledged to continue their philanthropic work together. | Video

United States, May 03 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell's sex crimes trial in New York delayed until fall

NEW YORK (Reuters) -A U.S. judge on Monday granted Ghislaine Maxwell's request to delay her trial on charges she procured teenage girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse, and said the trial will begin in the fall.

United States, World, May 03 2021

Harvey Weinstein extradition delayed, new challenge expected

NEW YORK California's effort to extradite Harvey Weinstein on rape and sexual assault charges was delayed on Friday, and the convicted former movie producer will have another 30 days to challenge its latest effort to bring him to court.

United States, Apr 30 2021

Five charged in violent abduction of Lady Gaga's bulldogs

LOS ANGELES Five people have been arrested on charges stemming from the violent theft of two bulldogs belonging to pop star Lady Gaga and the shooting of a dog walker during the pets' abduction in Hollywood earlier this year, authorities said on Thursday. | Video

United States, Apr 30 2021

Britney Spears to speak directly to LA court on her conservatorship

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -Pop star Britney Spears will personally address the Los Angeles court dealing with her long-running conservatorship in June, a judge agreed on Tuesday. | Video

Music, United States Apr 28 2021