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Lawyer: Jackson Targeted Vulnerable Boy (AP)
AP - A prosecutor told jurors during closing arguments of the Michael Jackson trial Thursday that the pop star targeted a vulnerable cancer survivor, brought the little boy "into the world of the forbidden" in his bedroom and molested him.

Cameron Diaz Sues the National Enquirer (AP)
AP - Actress Cameron Diaz is suing The National Enquirer for more than $10 million, alleging the celebrity tabloid libeled her in a story that claimed she cheated on boyfriend Justin Timberlake by kissing another man.

Rocker Jack White, Model Karen Elson Marry (AP)
AP - Clearly, Jack White isn't brokenhearted over the recent marriage of ex-girlfriend Renee Zellweger. The White Stripes singer wed model Karen Elson on Wednesday in a canoe in the Amazon River in Brazil.

Report: Denise Richards Gives Birth (AP)
AP - Denise Richards has given birth to a daughter, People magazine reported. Richards, who filed for divorce from Charlie Sheen in March, gave birth to the couple's second daughter, Lola, Wednesday night at a Los Angeles hospital, her publicist confirmed to the magazine. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces.

Aretha Franklin Revisits Gospel Roots (AP)
AP - Each year, choirs belt out songs at the McDonald's Gospelfest to determine which act has the most soulful sound. But competitors might be overshadowed, considering who else is slated to perform: The Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin.

Judge Denies Gag Order in Bill Cosby Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Thursday denied a bid for a gag order by Bill Cosby's lawyers in a lawsuit alleging that the entertainer drugged and sexually molested a woman.

Rocker Jack White, Model Karen Elson Marry (AP)
AP - Clearly, Jack White isn't brokenhearted over the recent marriage of ex-girlfriend Renee Zellweger. The White Stripes singer wed model Karen Elson on Wednesday in a canoe in the Amazon River in Brazil.

Judge Denies Gag Order in Bill Cosby Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Thursday denied a bid for a gag order by Bill Cosby's lawyers in a lawsuit alleging that the entertainer drugged and sexually molested a woman.

Traditional Media Adopt Online Advertising Methods (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - With online advertising's projected 20-plus percent growth rate this year far outpacing other media outlets, traditional media is feeling pressured to become more like it, according to ad executives and industry analysts.

World Premiere of New Rapp Play 'Red Light Winter' Extends at Steppenwolf (Playbill)
Playbill - Red Light Winter, the new play by the prolific playwright Adam Rapp, has extended its run at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Judge Denies Gag Order in Bill Cosby Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Thursday denied a bid for a gag order by Bill Cosby's lawyers in a lawsuit alleging that the entertainer drugged and sexually molested a woman.

Actress Denise Richards gives birth to second child (Reuters)
Reuters - Three months after she filed for divorce from actor Charlie Sheen, model turned actress Denise Richards has given birth to their second daughter, their publicists said on Thursday.

"X3" Doesn't Mark Spot for Director (E! Online)
E! Online - Just weeks before production was set to begin, British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn became the second helmer to drop directing duties on the third edition of the blockbuster superhero franchise.

Report: Denise Richards Gives Birth (AP)
AP - Denise Richards has given birth to a daughter, People magazine reports. Richards, who filed for divorce from Charlie Sheen in March, gave birth to the couple's second daughter, Lola, Wednesday night at a Los Angeles hospital, her publicist confirmed to the magazine. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces.

Photographer Crashed Into Lohan's Car (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan was making a U-turn to get to a police vehicle when a photographer intentionally crashed into her car, police said Thursday.

James Dean's Star Shines 50 Years Later (AP)
AP - Red lipstick kisses are sun-baked into James Dean's pink granite gravestone, testifying to the enduring allure of the man who, 50 years after his death, remains a symbol of rebellious, misunderstood youth.

Review: 'Rock' Similar to 'School' (AP)
AP - So here's another cinematic chicken-and-egg conundrum.

LA's Outfest boasts 232 films, Screen Idol Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - French farce "Cote d'Azur" will open the 23rd edition of Outfest, the gay and lesbian film festival, which runs July 7-18 in Los Angeles.

Studios speed up DVD release dates amid slowdown (Reuters)
Reuters - Driven in part by concerns about a potentially slow DVD summer, the studios are ratcheting up release schedules for August and September, in some cases pushing out titles significantly earlier than under normal patterns.

DreamWorks to Distribute New Allen Movie (AP)
AP - Woody Allen is on foreign turf with his latest movie, but he'll be in familiar hands when it hits theaters.

Rocker Jack White, Model Karen Elson Marry (AP)
AP - Clearly, Jack White isn't brokenhearted over the recent marriage of ex-girlfriend Renee Zellweger. The White Stripes singer wed model Karen Elson on Wednesday in a canoe in the Amazon River in Brazil.

Aretha Franklin Revisits Gospel Roots (AP)
AP - Each year, choirs belt out songs at the McDonald's Gospelfest to determine which act has the most soulful sound. But competitors might be overshadowed, considering who else is slated to perform: The Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin.

Prosecutor slams Jackson, asks jury to convict (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Jackson is a scheming serial pedophile with a drinking problem who should finally be held responsible for sexually abusing young boys, a prosecutor said on Thursday, in a searing attack on the pop star during closing arguments in his molestation trial.

Renee Who? Jack White Weds (E! Online)
E! Online - Wednesday was a nice day for a Jack White wedding.

McCartney Pens One for the Kids (E! Online)
E! Online - Paul McCartney is working on attracting a new generation of fans.

Lawyer: Jackson Targeted Vulnerable Boy (AP)
AP - A prosecutor told jurors during closing arguments of the Michael Jackson trial Thursday that the pop star targeted a vulnerable cancer survivor, brought the little boy "into the world of the forbidden" in his bedroom and molested him.

Clear Channel's Premiere offering Limbaugh podcasts (Reuters)
Reuters - Premiere Radio Networks, the syndication arm of Clear Channel Communications Inc. will begin delivering "podcasts" of Rush Limbaugh on Friday to members of the popular talker's subscription service, the company's Web site said on Thursday.

Townshend Trashes Who Doc (E! Online)
E! Online - For Pete Townshend, the kids are all right. But a certain film about the kids isn't.

Coldplay Can't Plug Internet Leak (E! Online)
E! Online - Will an Internet leak leave Coldplay frozen out of record-setting first-week sales?

Idol Carrie Inks Record Deal (E! Online)
E! Online - The country crooner, who walked away with the title on the fourth season of American Idol last week, has signed her $1 million recording contact with Arista Records.

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