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Kanye West, Ludacris win copyright trial (AP)
Rapper Ludacris, whose real name is Chris Bridges, exits Manhattan federal court during a lunch break in his trial, in this Thursday, May 25, 2006 file photo, in New York. Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday, June 1, 2006 when a jury concluded their 2003 hit 'Stand Up' did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday when a jury concluded their 2003 hit "Stand Up" did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians.


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Anna Nicole Smith: 'Yes, I am pregnant' (AP)
Anna Nicole Smith, leaves the U.S. Supreme Court on Feb. 28, 2006, in Washington. Smith has confirmed that she's pregnant, in a video clip posted on her Web site. Her lawyer and spokesman, Howard K. Stern, could not be reached for further details by The Associated Press on Thursday, June 1, 2006, for comment.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)AP - Anna Nicole Smith has confirmed that she's pregnant, in a video clip posted on her Web site.


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Hilton, Richie reunite for 'Simple Life' (AP)
This undated promotional photo released by E! Networks shows Paris Hilton, left, and Nicole Richie from 'The Simple Life.'  The reality-style series, which shows how inept Hilton and Richie can be in everyday situations, reveals little about the real source of the rift between the former friends. (AP Photo/E! Networks)AP - Those hoping that the new season of "The Simple Life" will supply the answer to what's really behind the famous Paris Hilton-Nicole Richie feud are going to be disappointed — but the former friends do toss a few dishy darts at one another.


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Green's adventures continue in Costa Rica (AP)
Actor Tom Green holds three of the five Razzies that he won following the 22nd Annual Golden Raspberry Awards Saturday, March 23, 2002, in Santa Monica, Calif. (AP Photo/John Hayes, FILE)AP - Former MTV talk-show host Tom Green said Thursday that an accident near his house in Costa Rica has made him more respectful of the ocean.


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Oprah Winfrey visits Navajo Nation (AP)
In this photo released by the Navajo Nation, Oprah Winfrey listens as Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr., talks about the significance of powwow to Native people during her visit to the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, Ariz., May 31, 2006. Winfrey visited the Navajo Nation to gather footage for an upcoming episode of her show, tribal officials said. (AP Photo/Navajo Nation)AP - Oprah Winfrey visited the Navajo Nation this week to gather footage for an upcoming episode of her show, tribal officials said.


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Ryder back with "Heathers" scribe for "Sex" (Reuters)
Reuters - Winona Ryder is reuniting with the scribe who wrote "Heathers" and helped establish the actress as the edgy "it" girl for Generation X.

Stones to resume tour as Keith Richards gets OK (Reuters)
Reuters - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has made a "complete recovery" from his mysterious accident in Fiji, and the rock band will belatedly begin its European tour in Milan on July 11, according to a statement posted on its Web site on Friday.

Couric farewell drives "Today" ratings (Reuters)
Reuters - "Today" got a going-away present from Katie Couric with more than 8 million fans tuning in Wednesday to watch her sign off from the NBC morning show.

Veteran Sony Music executives abruptly exit (Reuters)
Reuters - Longtime top Sony Music Label Group executives Don Ienner and Michele Anthony exited the company Thursday, in what may be yet another by-product of continuing internecine discord within the Sony BMG Music Entertainment empire.

Bridget Carpenter Rewrites Her Humana Play, 'Faculty Room,' for D.C. Bow (Playbill)
Playbill - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., closes its 2005-06 season June 5-July 9 with a newly revised version of Bridget Carpenter's The Faculty Room, seen in 2003 at the Humana Festival.

Ryder back with "Heathers" scribe for "Sex" (Reuters)
Reuters - Winona Ryder is reuniting with the scribe who wrote "Heathers" and helped establish the actress as the edgy "it" girl for Generation X.

"Break-Up" team kept true romance in mind (Reuters)
Reuters - When is a romantic comedy not a romantic comedy? Universal Pictures' "The Break-Up," opening Friday, stars Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston, two big names that naturally fit the romantic comedy mold.

"Deaths" becomes Italian commercials veteran (Reuters)
Reuters - Italian commercials veteran Dario Piana will make his feature directorial debut with the indie horror film "The Deaths of Ian."

Ravaged New Orleans inspires heist thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - New Orleans rappers Lil Wayne and Baby are attached to star in "Cut Throat City," an indie film set in the Big Easy.

DVD buzz: Embrace change (Reuters)
Reuters - The reports of DVD's death are exaggerated, but the business is entering a period of transition as two high-definition formats hit the market and digital downloading makes strides.

"Lost" star finds role in Foster thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Naveen Andrews and Mary Steenburgen are joining Jodie Foster in "The Brave One," a revenge thriller being directed by Neil Jordan.

Meet the critic of the future -- and the past (Reuters)
Reuters - The media world and cyberspace are abuzz with lengthy debates about the state of film criticism. What should its role be as the rules of the game keep evolving? Several different forces are putting pressure on film critics. Technology is wreaking havoc not only on Hollywood but also on publishing.

Two more Indian states ban "The Da Vinci Code" (Reuters)
Reuters - Two more Indian states have banned cinema screenings of the controversial "The Da Vinci Code," doubling the number of regions to have passed such orders after protests by minority Christians.

Director returns to China the toast of Cannes (Reuters)
Film director Wang Chao, director of 'Luxury Car' which was awarded 'best film' in the Cannes film festival's sidebar category 'Un Certain Regard', captures the image on set in Wuhan, central China's Hubei province September 17, 2005. Wang is looking forward to his tale of broken families, Karaoke hostesses and 'hope from bad seeds' screening in China -- the first of his film to be cleared by Chinese censors. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Having just returned to Beijing, Wang Chao said he still feels the pain of Cannes. Not from a disappointing showing at the French film festival, but from sunburn.


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"X-Men" set to extend box office reign (Reuters)
Hugh Jackman (L) and Halle Berry pose before a news conference in Mexico City May 15, 2006. Jackman and Berry are in Mexico to promote the movie 'X-Men: The Last Stand'. (Daniel Aguilar/Reuters)Reuters - In the relative calm after a box office storm called "X-Men: The Last Stand," the romantic comedy-drama "The Break-Up" is the lone new wide release in the marketplace this weekend.


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Stones to resume tour as Keith Richards gets OK (Reuters)
Reuters - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has made a "complete recovery" from his mysterious accident in Fiji, and the rock band will belatedly begin its European tour in Milan on July 11, according to a statement posted on its Web site on Friday.

Veteran Sony Music executives abruptly exit (Reuters)
Reuters - Longtime top Sony Music Label Group executives Don Ienner and Michele Anthony exited the company Thursday, in what may be yet another by-product of continuing internecine discord within the Sony BMG Music Entertainment empire.

AOL Music hitting the road with Springsteen (Reuters)
Reuters - Bruce Springsteen fans will get a new live music experience every day during his tour thanks to an arrangement with AOL Music revealed Thursday.

Kanye West, Ludacris win copyright trial (AP)
Rapper Ludacris, whose real name is Chris Bridges, exits Manhattan federal court during a lunch break in his trial, in this Thursday, May 25, 2006 file photo, in New York. Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday, June 1, 2006 when a jury concluded their 2003 hit 'Stand Up' did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday when a jury concluded their 2003 hit "Stand Up" did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians.


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Starbucks enters DVD game with Chuck Berry tribute (Reuters)
Rock and roll icon Chuck Berry is seen in St. Louis, October 18, 2001. Coffee merchant Starbucks, already a major player in the music business, will enter the home video game June 27 with an exclusive version of the Chuck Berry DVD documentary 'Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll.' (Tim Parker/Reuters)Reuters - Coffee merchant Starbucks, already a major player in the music business, will enter the home video game June 27 with an exclusive version of the Chuck Berry DVD documentary "Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll."


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Doherty's In-Flight Smack? (E! Online)
Poor Pete Doherty. Couldn't quite make the May deadline.E! Online - Poor Pete Doherty. Couldn't quite make the May deadline.


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Just plain Bill is banned in Hollywood name game (Reuters)
U.S. actress Gwyneth Paltrow holds her baby Apple upon her arrival at the Elysee Palace in France September 5, 2004. The experts say it is only a matter of time before the latest trendy new names spread to the general public. (Jacques Brinon/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - If you have ever wondered what's in a name, consider: Brooklyn, Moxie Crimefighter, Bluebell Madonna, Suri, Phinneaus, Apple and, debuting just last week, Shiloh.


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Ludacris, Kanye West win copyright case (Reuters)
Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges poses in Beverly Hills April 26, 2006. Ludacris and Kanye West were cleared on Thursday of accusations they pilfered rhythms and phrases from a song by a small New Jersey group who had filed a copyright case in a New York court. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Rappers Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges and Kanye West were cleared on Thursday of accusations they pilfered rhythms and phrases from a song by a small New Jersey group who had filed a copyright case in a New York court.


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Songwriter charged with growing pot (AP)
AP - A country music songwriter and his wife have been charged with growing marijuana inside their home and possessing hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Chamillionaire, Canadians lead US singles chart (Reuters)
Singer Daniel Powter performs 'Bad Day' at the MTV Asia Awards in Bangkok May 6, 2006. Rapper Chamillionaire's 'Ridin'' featuring Krayzie Bone led the U.S. singles chart for a second week Thursday, while Canadian singer/songwriter Daniel Powter's 'Bad Day' held steady at No. 2. (Adrees Latif/Reuters)Reuters - Rapper Chamillionaire's "Ridin"' featuring Krayzie Bone led the U.S. singles chart for a second week Thursday, while Canadian singer/songwriter Daniel Powter's "Bad Day" held steady at No. 2.


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