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Lee Ann Womack Earns Three CMA Awards (AP)
Lee Ann Womack struggles with the awards she won for album of the year, single of the year, and musical event of the year during the 39th Annual Country Music Awards Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The CMA Awards held its first shindig in New York with its country twang intact Tuesday night, as Madison Square Garden was transformed into the Grand Ole Opry with rootsy performances from Lee Ann Womack, Gretchen Wilson, Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts.


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Stone Settles Lawsuit With Plastic Surgeon (AP)
Sharon Stone is seen in this Tuesday Oct. 4, 2005 file photo in Paris. A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by Stone against a plastic surgeon the actress accused of implying that she had a face-lift, a lawyer said Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)AP - A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by Sharon Stone against a Beverly Hills doctor she accused of implying that he had performed cosmetic surgery on her famous face, a lawyer said Tuesday.


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50 Cent to Launch Hip-Hop Book Line (AP)
Rapper and actor Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson smiles as he arrives at the premiere of Paramount Pictures' 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin' in New York November 7, 2005. The rapper is branching out into publishing with his own imprint, G-Unit Books. REUTERS/Albert Ferreira/HandoutAP - 50 Cent will again turn his reality into fiction with a new line of hip-hop novellas and graphic novels featuring his former G-Unit rap crew buddies, a publisher announced.


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Lennon Killer Says He Was Unstoppable' (AP)
Mark David Chapman is shown as a member of a YMCA group at Fort Chaffee, Ark., in this 1975, file photo. Chapman, who murdered John Lennon 25 years ago,  says in a interview to be aired Friday, Nov. 18, 2005, on 'Dateline NBC,' that 'nothing could have stopped' his twisted quest to track down and assassinate the ex-Beatle.(AP Photo/File)AP - The man who murdered John Lennon 25 years ago says "nothing could have stopped" his twisted quest to track down and assassinate the ex-Beatle.


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Can anyone fill Koppel's shoes? (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - ABC's Nightline is about to begin a new chapter. Three anchors, not household names, are set to replace news legend Ted Koppel. And the show's trademark single-topic format cedes to a multi-topic one.

Sharon Stone settles lawsuit with plastic surgeon (Reuters)
Sharon Stone is pictured at a news conference to announce the release of the song 'Come Together Now,' in Los Angeles, October 17, 2005. Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in return for his performing free surgery for children with facial deformities, the doctor's lawyer said on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Actress Sharon Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in return for his performing free surgery for children with facial deformities, the doctor's lawyer said on Tuesday.


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Lee Ann Womack Earns Three CMA Awards (AP)
Lee Ann Womack struggles with the awards she won for album of the year, single of the year, and musical event of the year during the 39th Annual Country Music Awards Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The CMA Awards held its first shindig in New York with its country twang intact Tuesday night, as Madison Square Garden was transformed into the Grand Ole Opry with rootsy performances from Lee Ann Womack, Gretchen Wilson, Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts.


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Comedy series 'Lives' gets second life (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC's loss is Comedy Central's gain: The cable channel has picked up a series from DreamWorks Television that the broadcaster passed on last season.

I2hub latest P2P service to shut down (Reuters)
Reuters - I2hub, the superfast Internet service popular with college students, shut down Tuesday.

Revived 'Tour' proves a grand entertainment (Reuters)
Reuters - With words and music by the legendary Jerry Herman ("Hello, Dolly!") and book by Mark Bramble ("42nd Street") and Michael Stewart ("Bye Bye, Birdie"), "The Grand Tour" ran for a mere 61 performances on Broadway in 1979.

Sharon Stone settles lawsuit with plastic surgeon (Reuters)
Sharon Stone is pictured at a news conference to announce the release of the song 'Come Together Now,' in Los Angeles, October 17, 2005. Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in return for his performing free surgery for children with facial deformities, the doctor's lawyer said on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Actress Sharon Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in return for his performing free surgery for children with facial deformities, the doctor's lawyer said on Tuesday.


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"March of the Penguins" on Oscar list (Reuters)
Reuters - "The March of the Penguins" and "Mad Hot Ballroom," two documentaries that drew impressive lines at box offices, are among 15 documentaries that made the cut for Oscar consideration, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said on Tuesday.

Sharon Stone Settles Suit Against Surgeon (AP)
Sharon Stone is pictured at a news conference to announce the release of the song 'Come Together Now,' in Los Angeles, October 17, 2005. Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in return for his performing free surgery for children with facial deformities, the doctor's lawyer said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Chris PizzelloAP - A settlement was reached in a lawsuit filed by Sharon Stone claiming a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon implied he had performed a face-lift on the actress, an attorney said Tuesday.


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Some Israelis Praise Suicide-Bomber Film (AP)
A screen showing a preview of the movie Paradise Now is seen at a Tel Aviv cinema, Israel, Tuesday Nov. 15., 2005. Paradise Now, a feature film about would be Palestinian suicide bombers had Tel Aviv viewers on the edge of their seats and some even caught themselves empathizing with the two West Bank car mechanics trying to attack their city. The subtitles read in Hebrew  I'm sorry to leave you in that way. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)AP - A movie about Palestinian suicide bombers had Tel Aviv viewers on the edge of their seats — and some even found themselves empathizing with the two West Bank mechanics trying to attack their city.


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'Metropolis' film poster sells for record $690,000 (Reuters)
An original film poster for the 1926 film 'Metropolis', designed by the painter and graphic artist Heinz Schulz-Neudamm, is seen in this handout image released by The Reel Poster Gallery November 15, 2005. A poster for the classic German 1920s film has been sold for a world record $690,000 to a private collector from the United States, the London gallery which arranged the sale said on Tuesday. (The Reel Poster Gallery/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - A poster for the classic German 1920s film "Metropolis" has been sold for a world record $690,000 to a private collector from the United States, the London gallery which arranged the sale said on Tuesday.


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At the Movies: 'Breakfast on Pluto' (AP)
AP - Who else but Neil Jordan could wring a crowd-pleaser out of the story of a cross-dressing Irish misfit frolicking among IRA bombers, police thugs, a glammed-up rockabilly band, a serial strangler and a madman in a "Wombles" kiddie-park costume?

Jon Voight: from aspiring gigolo to Pope (Reuters)
U.S. actor John Voight, dressed as Pope John Paul, looks on during the filming of a CBS mini-series in this photo released on November 15, 2005. The mini-series, which will be aired in early December, will be screened at the Vatican for Pope Benedict on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - For Jon Voight, the actor who shot to fame 36 years ago as an aspiring gigolo in "Midnight Cowboy," playing Pope John Paul was like a personal coming home.


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Review: 'Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire' (AP)
AP - If the third film in the Harry Potter series, last year's "Prisoner of Azkaban," seemed frightening with its soul-sucking Dementors and its German expressionist aesthetic, then the fourth installment, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," will have kids quaking in their seats — and perhaps wishing they had an invisibility cloak to hide beneath.

Reno tapped for Searchlight's 'Margaret' (Reuters)
Reuters - Jean Reno has joined the cast of "Margaret," a drama that Kenneth Lonergan ("You Can Count on Me") wrote and is directing.

Electra, Rex, Nielsen join 4th 'Scary' (Reuters)
Reuters - Carmen Electra, Leslie Nielsen and Simon Rex are joining the cast of "Scary Movie 4."

Lee Ann Womack Earns Three CMA Awards (AP)
Lee Ann Womack struggles with the awards she won for album of the year, single of the year, and musical event of the year during the 39th Annual Country Music Awards Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - The CMA Awards held its first shindig in New York with its country twang intact Tuesday night, as Madison Square Garden was transformed into the Grand Ole Opry with rootsy performances from Lee Ann Womack, Gretchen Wilson, Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts.


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List of Winners at the CMA Awards (AP)
AP - Winners at Tuesday's 39th annual CMA Awards:

Manilow revisits the '50s on new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Barry Manilow re-teams with longtime collaborator Clive Davis on his new album, "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties," which revisits hit songs from the pre-rock 'n' roll era.

Diddy's Election Don't? (E! Online)
The 
 conservative National Legal and Policy Center has filed a complaint 
 against the rapper over his Vote or Die/Citizen Change campaign during 
 the 2004 presidential elections.E! Online - The conservative National Legal and Policy Center has filed a complaint against the rapper over his Vote or Die/Citizen Change campaign during the 2004 presidential elections.


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Jazzman Dave Brubeck to mark Nuremberg anniversary (Reuters)
Reuters - Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck is famed for crossing the globe to play odd venues and celebrate a diverse series of events, and his latest show is no exception -- a concert marking the 60th anniversary of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal.

NBC to air audiotapes of Lennon's killer (Reuters)
Reuters - The man who murdered John Lennon says in newly released audiotapes of interviews he gave more than a decade ago that his compulsion to kill the rock icon was like a "runaway train" and that "nothing could have stopped me."

50 Cent In Da Books (E! Online)
For 50 Cent, reading is fundamental--and apparently the latest 
 step toward world conquest.E! Online - For 50 Cent, reading is fundamental--and apparently the latest step toward world conquest.


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Going Down Gotti? (E! Online)
The time of reckoning is at hand for Murder Inc.'s mastermind.E! Online - The time of reckoning is at hand for Murder Inc.'s mastermind.


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A Kelly Sex-Tape Conviction (E! Online)
A Chicago jury has returned a guilty verdict in a sex-tape case 
 involving R. Kelly.  Just not that sex-tape case.E! Online - A Chicago jury has returned a guilty verdict in a sex-tape case involving R. Kelly. Just not that sex-tape case.


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Injury postpones Juan Gabriel dates (Reuters)
Reuters - Latin star Juan Gabriel was injured after fall from the stage Sunday at Houston's Toyota Center, just a few minutes into the start of his concert there.

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