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Television Host Louis Rukeyser Dies (AP)
Louis Rukeyser speaks with panelists on the set of 'Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser' in Owings Mills, Md., in this 1990 file photo. Rukeyser, a best-selling author, columnist, lecturer and television host who delivered pun-filled, commonsense commentary on complicated business and economic news, died Tuesday, May 2, 2006. He was 73. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - Louis Rukeyser, a best-selling author, columnist, lecturer and television host who delivered pun-filled, commonsense commentary on complicated business and economic news, died Tuesday. He was 73.


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Publisher Cancels Deal With Young Author (AP)
Kaavya Viswanathan, 19, a sophomore at Harvard University, poses for photos in front of her dormitory at the university in Cambridge, Mass., Monday, April 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki, FILE)AP - A Harvard University student's "chick lit" novel has been permanently withdrawn and her two-book deal canceled, publisher Little, Brown and Co. announced Tuesday, as allegations of literary borrowing proliferated against Kaavya Viswanathan's "How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got a Life."


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Two 'Sopranos' Cast Members Charged (AP)
John Ventimiglia appears during the Entertainment Industry Foundation's 2nd Annual Hollywood Hits Broadway benefit for EIF's National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance and the Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health, held on the QM2 (Queen Mary 2 Cunard Cruise Ship) in this Saturday, April 24, 2004 file photo in New York. Ventimiglia, who plays temperamental chef Artie Bucco on the HBO hit, was arraigned Monday on drunken driving, drug possession and other charges after officers spotted him weaving in and out of traffic.    (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock, FILE)AP - It would be enough to give Tony Soprano agita. Continuing a string of off-screen run-ins with the law, two more fringe characters from "The Sopranos"_ the television mob boss's favorite chef and his muscle-bound bodyguard — have been charged in separate criminal cases.


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ITunes Songs to Stay 99 Cents Per Download (AP)
A commercial board for the Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod is seen inside a metro station in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Apple Computer has renewed contracts with the world's four largest music companies to sell songs through its iTunes Music Store, after blocking their attempts to end iTunes' flat-rate pricing scheme, Apple said on Tuesday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)AP - Songs at Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes Music Store will remain 99 cents per download after the company extended its distribution deals with major recording labels.


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'ER' Puts Darfur Tragedy in Spotlight (AP)
This publicity photo released by NBC TV shows actors, from left, Noah Wyle as Dr. John Carter and  Mekhi Phifer as Dr. Gregory Pratt in an episode from the NBC Series 'ER' set in Darfur, Sudan. The episode, which was shot in South Africa, will air Thursday evening, May 4. (AP Photo/NBC, David Bloomer)AP - More often than not, television has looked away from the complex, searing reality of Darfur.


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Movie piracy losses bigger than expected: report (Reuters)
Some of the 400,000 pirated compact discs and DVD's confiscated by Mexican police in Cancun are seen before their destruction in this December 2, 2005 file photo. Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday. (Victor Ruiz/Reuters)Reuters - Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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Warner Music rejects EMI takeover approach (Reuters)
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, speaks at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills in this April 24, 2006 file photo. Warner Music Group has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion, it was reported May 3, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Music Group Corp., home to Madonna and James Blunt, has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion.


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Fox, ABC tied in key race as season nears end (Reuters)
'American Idol' judge Simon Cowell attends a party in Los Angeles in this March 9, 2006 file photo. 'American Idol' continued its run atop the TV ratings last week, it was reported May 3. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Fox bagged the top three shows among adults 18-49 last week, and ABC had three in the top 10 as the networks tied in the coveted demographic in the final weeks of the season.


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Warner Music rejects EMI takeover approach (Reuters)
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, speaks at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills in this April 24, 2006 file photo. Warner Music Group has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion, it was reported May 3, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Music Group Corp., home to Madonna and James Blunt, has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion.


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Broadway's '25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee' Reaches One Year (Playbill)
Playbill - The musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee reaches its first year anniversary on Broadway May 2. The 2005 Tony Award nominee for Best Musical currently enjoys two other regional runs and a national tour is forthcoming.

Movie piracy losses bigger than expected: report (Reuters)
Some of the 400,000 pirated compact discs and DVD's confiscated by Mexican police in Cancun are seen before their destruction in this December 2, 2005 file photo. Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday. (Victor Ruiz/Reuters)Reuters - Lost sales from pirated DVD movies and Internet downloads are higher than previously thought, a report in the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.


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Actress Fox morphs to "Transformers" robot pic (Reuters)
Reuters - Megan Fox will play Shia LaBeouf's love interest in "Transformers," a live-action adaptation of the 1980s Hasbro toy line of giant robots that morph into cars, trucks, planes and ships.

MySpace page helps "Stick It" at box office (Reuters)
Jessica Bendinger, director of the new film 'Stick It' poses at the film's premiere in Hollywood in this April 17, 2006 file photo. Bendinger used niche sports outlets and a MySpace page to help promote the film, it was reported May 3, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - As the first-time director of a studio feature, Jessica Bendinger worked overtime to mobilize a core constituency of sports-minded teenage girls to come out and see her film "Stick It."


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Hennessy, Arnold high on "Wild Hogs" (Reuters)
Actress Jill Hennessy arrives at the world premiere of the film 'Doom' in Los Angeles, in this October 17, 2005 file photo. Hennessy and Tichina Arnold have joined the cast of 'Wild Hogs,' a Disney comedy about a group of suburban biker wannabes who hit the open road in search of adventure, it was reported May 3, 2006. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Jill Hennessy and Tichina Arnold have joined the cast of "Wild Hogs," a Disney comedy about a group of suburban biker wannabes who hit the open road in search of adventure.


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Brendan Fraser, wife have child: report (Reuters)
Actor Brendan Fraser during a news conference in Beverly Hills, December 13, 2004. Fraser and his wife Afton Smith became parents for a third time on Tuesday, Us Weekly reported. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Actor Brendan Fraser and his wife Afton Smith became parents for a third time on Tuesday, Us Weekly reported.


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James Woods OK After Test for Chest Pain (AP)
Actor James Woods arrives at a film premiere at the Museum of Modern Art on  Dec. 5, 2004, in New York. Woods, nominated for Oscars for his roles in 'Salvador' and 'Ghosts of Mississippi,' was recovering at home Tuesday, May 2, 2006, the day after doctors performed an angioplasty to open clogged heart arteries, his publicist said. (AP Photo/Gina Gayle)AP - James Woods, nominated for Oscars for his roles in "Salvador" and "Ghosts of Mississippi," was given the OK after undergoing an angiogram to check out chest pain, his publicist said Tuesday.


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DreamWorks Animation 1Q Profit Plummets (AP)
This computer-animated image released by DreamWorks Animation shows Stella the skunk, making an uninvited surprise appearance at a birthday party, in a scene from 'Over The Hedge.'  DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. said Tuesday its profit plunged 73 percent in the first quarter as the studio relied on home video sales of 'Madagascar' while it prepares for its next theatrical release later this month.   (AP Photo/DreamWorks Animation SKG, HO)AP - Without a successful theatrical release to boost earnings, profits at DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. plunged 73 percent in the first quarter, although results were good enough to beat Wall Street forecasts.


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Movie Studio Donates to Flight 93 Fund (AP)
A police dog and its handler make their way to a press tent while patroling the press area outside of the US district courthouse in Alexandria. Jurors deliberated into a sixth day, grappling for a decision on whether Al-Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui will be executed or sentenced to life in prison over the September 11 attacks.(AFP/Mandel Ngan)AP - Universal Pictures says it will donate $1.15 million this week toward a memorial to the passengers and crew who perished aboard United Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001 — addressing concerns of a lawmaker who has blocked legislation to buy land for the project.


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Tom Cruise Says He Ignores Media Reports (AP)
Actor Tom Cruise mingles with photographers at the end of a news conference in Mexico City, Mexico on Monday May 1, 2006. Cruise is in Mexico to promote his new film, Mission Impossible III.(AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)AP - Tom Cruise whipped off his sunglasses with flair and flashed a winning smile as he greeted a hotel ballroom packed with journalists in Mexico's capital.


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"Mission: Impossible" Marketing Blowup (E! Online)
Your mission, should you choose to accept it--make the 
 newspapers go boom!E! Online - Your mission, should you choose to accept it--make the newspapers go boom!


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Warner Music rejects EMI takeover approach (Reuters)
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, speaks at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills in this April 24, 2006 file photo. Warner Music Group has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion, it was reported May 3, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Music Group Corp., home to Madonna and James Blunt, has rejected a $28.50-a-share takeover approach from rival EMI Group that valued the world's fourth largest music company at $4.2 billion.


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Glitter set for appeal in Vietnam (Reuters)
British 'glam rocker' Gary Glitter smiles at journalists before the verdict at the communist People's Court in Vung Tau, Vietnam in this March 3, 2006 file photo. Glitter, sentenced to three years in a Vietnamese jail for molesting children, will appeal to the country's Supreme Court on May 19, his lawyer said on May 3. (Zainal Abd Halim/Reuters)Reuters - Disgraced British "glam rocker" Gary Glitter, sentenced to three years in a Vietnamese jail for molesting children, will appeal to the country's Supreme Court on May 19, his lawyer said on Wednesday.


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Springsteen delivers emotional set at Jazz Fest (Reuters)
Musician Bruce Springsteen performs with the Seeger Sessions Band at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans April 30, 2006. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - The first weekend of the 37th annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival ended with a slow, elegiac version of the Crescent City standard "When the Saints Go Marching In," just the kind of thing you'd expect at the first Jazz Fest since Hurricane Katrina.


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Chili Peppers begin North American tour August 11 in Oregon (Reuters)
Reuters - The Red Hot Chili Peppers will begin their North American tour on August 11 in Portland, Ore.

Rock duo Black Keys sign on for Radiohead tour (Reuters)
Reuters - As the Black Keys ready their fourth album for a fall release, the Akron, Ohio-based rock duo will open six shows on Radiohead's summer tour, beginning June 10 and 11 in Montreal.

Johnny Cash's Last "American" Song (E! Online)
The Man in Black's music is hitting the American road again 
 this summer.E! Online - The Man in Black's music is hitting the American road again this summer.


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Eminem's Ex Stakes Her Claim (E! Online)
The real Mrs. Slim Shady is standing up--in divorce court.E! Online - The real Mrs. Slim Shady is standing up--in divorce court.


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Keith Richards' Head Healed (E! Online)
Keith Richards is on the mend after injuring his melon while 
 in pursuit of coconuts.E! Online - Keith Richards is on the mend after injuring his melon while in pursuit of coconuts.


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Doherty Draws Blood? (E! Online)
Pete Doherty may be a convicted drug addict, alleged carjacking 
 accomplice and a practicing ninja (specialty: reporters), but the man 
 still has limits.E! Online - Pete Doherty may be a convicted drug addict, alleged carjacking accomplice and a practicing ninja (specialty: reporters), but the man still has limits.


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Carpenter Says Depression Caused Her Pain (AP)
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Doug Marlette, left, listens to singer/songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter Sunday, April 30, at the N.C. Festival of the Book in Durham, N.C. (AP Photo/Duke University Photos, Les Todd)AP - Mary Chapin Carpenter could barely compose herself. The 48-year-old country singer-songwriter had just been asked to talk about her experience with depression during her discussion of the creative process with author Kaye Gibbons at the 2006 N.C. Festival of the Book.


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