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CBS News says Dan Rather leaving (AP)
Dan Rather talks to a cameraman before a news conference at the CBS Broadcast Center on Oct. 18, 2001 in New York. Dan Rather, the hard-charging anchorman who dominated CBS News for more than two decades but whose final months were clouded by a discredited story on the president's military service, is leaving CBS after 44 years, the network announced Tuesday, June 22, 2006.(AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - CBS News said Tuesday it is cutting ties to Dan Rather, concluding a messy professional divorce with the hard-charging anchor who had worked there for 44 years until things went sour over a story about the president's military service.


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Celebrity chef Ramsay wins libel damages (AP)
Chef Gordon Ramsay  poses in London on Sept. 6, 2004. Ramsay has won a libel action against the London Evening Standard, which accused him of faking scenes on his reality TV show. The newspaper's publisher, Associated Newspapers Ltd., agreed to print an apology and pay $138,000 in damages to Ramsay and the makers of his program. Ramsay said Tuesday, June 20, 2006, that he was satisfied.(AP Photo/Richard Lewis)AP - Gordon Ramsay has won a libel action against a newspaper that accused the celebrity chef of faking scenes on his reality TV show. The Evening Standard claimed in November that parts of "Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares" — in which Ramsay helps save failing restaurants — had been exaggerated to make an average restaurant look like a health hazard.


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OutKast Out in the "Wild"...Finally (E! Online)
Can we get a hey ya! OutKast is finally coming out with a new 
 album.E! Online - Can we get a hey ya! OutKast is finally coming out with a new album.


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Another Summer Trial for Jackson (E! Online)
Michael Jackson's metaphorical piggy bank is about to be cracked 
 wide open.E! Online - Michael Jackson's metaphorical piggy bank is about to be cracked wide open.


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Shatner, Brokaw, Regis to join TV Hall (AP)
Canadian actor William Shatner looks on during a press conference for the animated film 'Over The Hedge,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, in this file photo from May 21, 2006.  Shatner, Tom Brokaw and Regis Philbin are joining the Academy of Television Art & Sciences Hall of Fame. Director James Burrows ('Will & Grace,' 'Cheers') and former network executive and producer Leonard Goldberg ('Brian's Song,' 'Hart to Hart') also are among those who will be honored, academy Chairman Dick Askin announced Tuesday June 20, 2006. (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel,File)AP - William Shatner, Tom Brokaw and Regis Philbin are joining the Academy of Television Art & Sciences Hall of Fame.


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Americans prefer video to national parks: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Americans are less interested in spending time in natural surroundings like national parks because they are spending more time watching television, playing video games and surfing the Internet, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Futureheads deliver hyperactive Britrock (Reuters)
Reuters - The Futureheads might sound like the name of an archnemesis of U.K. sci-fi hero Dr. Who, but this British band is much more grounded in reality.

PBS documentary zooms in on kids with cancer (Reuters)
Reuters - It is impossible to watch "A Lion in the House" -- PBS' four-hour documentary about kids battling cancer that unfolds in two consecutive nights -- without coming away touched as well as wounded.

Media spending seen reaching $1.8 trillion in 2010 (Reuters)
Visitors play the Xbox 360 game 'Lost Planet Extreme Conditions' at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, May 11, 2006. Global entertainment spending will reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Global entertainment spending is expected to reach $1.8 trillion in 2010, fueled by the spread of broadband and wireless technology, accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers projected in a report issued on Tuesday.


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Lincoln Center stage triumphs with "House in Town" (Reuters)
Reuters - "The House in Town," Richard Greenberg's intensely moving new drama being produced by Lincoln Center Theater, reveals once again that this Tony-winning playwright ("Take Me Out") possesses a theatrical sensibility matched by few American dramatists.

Americans prefer video to national parks: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Americans are less interested in spending time in natural surroundings like national parks because they are spending more time watching television, playing video games and surfing the Internet, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Judge: "Syriana" Isn't the Same (E! Online)
Syriana may have been hard to follow, but it was hard to 
 follow in its own way.E! Online - Syriana may have been hard to follow, but it was hard to follow in its own way.


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At the Movies: capsule reviews (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Tinker Bell finds voice in actress Brittany Murphy (Reuters)
Actress Brittany Murphy poses under falling confetti during a news conference to announce that she will be the voice of animated character Tinkerbell at Licensing Show 2006 in New York, June 20, 2006. (Keith Bedford - UNITED STATES/Reuters)Reuters - Peter Pan's feisty, but previously mute, flying fairy sidekick has finally found her voice.


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Hollywood director Sherman dies at 99 (AP)
Actress Rita Hayworth chats with director Vincent Sherman, right, between takes of the movie 'Affair In Trinidad' in Hollywood, in this March 1952 file photo. Sherman, who directed  Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16, 2006.  (AP Photo/FILE)AP - Vincent Sherman, who directed — and romanced — Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth and Joan Crawford during his heyday as a leading Hollywood filmmaker in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He would have been 100 on July 16.


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'Wordplay' about Times crossword czar (AP)
AP - You'd think the life of the world's premier crossword puzzle editor would be, well, fun and games. But consider this: Make one little mistake, and a world of hungry word fanatics is waiting to pounce.

At the Movies: "The Road to Guantanamo" (AP)
AP - The filmmakers behind "The Road to Guantanamo" make no effort to present a balanced chronicle of three British Muslims who were held without charges for two years at the U.S. military prison in Cuba.

Suit dismissed against "Syriana," Clooney (Reuters)
George Clooney is seen on the National Mall in Washington April 30, 2006. A French court has dismissed a lawsuit against Clooney and Warner Bros. by a screenwriter who claimed that 'Syriana' was plagiarized from her script. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)Reuters - A French court has dismissed a lawsuit against George Clooney and Warner Bros. by a screenwriter who claimed that "Syriana" was plagiarized from her script.


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Nicole Kidman has 'boring' 39th birthday (AP)
Australian actress Nicole Kidman poses for photos during a promotional event at the Bund in Shanghai, China, Saturday June 17, 2006.  (AP Photo/Color China Photo)AP - Nicole Kidman, who is expected to wed Keith Urban this weekend, said she planned a "boring" 39th birthday with family Tuesday.


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Panel: LAPD didn't violate man's rights (AP)
AP - Police did not violate the rights of a loading dock worker when they arrested him in connection with the theft of 55 Oscar statuettes just before the 2000 Academy Awards, a federal appeals panel ruled.

Futureheads deliver hyperactive Britrock (Reuters)
Reuters - The Futureheads might sound like the name of an archnemesis of U.K. sci-fi hero Dr. Who, but this British band is much more grounded in reality.

One Less Arctic Monkey (E! Online)
Bassist Andy Nicholson won't be touring with the Arctic Monkeys in 
 June or going anywhere else with them, either.E! Online - Bassist Andy Nicholson won't be touring with the Arctic Monkeys in June or going anywhere else with them, either.


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Billy Preston's memory honored in Calif. (AP)
AP - Little Richard and Joe Cocker joined hundreds of friends and relatives of Billy Preston in celebrating his musical legacy during an upbeat funeral Tuesday.

Elton's Overrated Pad? (E! Online)
Elton John has filed a lawsuit against the Fulton County, Georgia, tax 
 assessor's office, alleging that the county thinks too much of his 
 12,000 square-foot Peachtree Street condo.E! Online - Elton John has filed a lawsuit against the Fulton County, Georgia, tax assessor's office, alleging that the county thinks too much of his 12,000 square-foot Peachtree Street condo.


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Bonnaroo festival said to gross $15M (AP)
Thom Yorke, right, and Ed O'Brien, left, of Radiohead, perform at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Saturday, June 17, 2006, in Manchester, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - The fifth annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival grossed $15 million, according to a report on Billboard.com.


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Korn frontman itching to get back on stage (Reuters)
Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis performs during a concert in Sofia, September 8, 2005. Davis is happy to be alive after a recent near-fatal bout with a blood infection, and he's itching to get back on stage. REUTERS/Stoyan NenovReuters - Korn's Jonathan Davis is happy to be alive after a recent near-fatal bout with a blood infection, and he's itching to get back on stage.


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Sonny Rollins named Musician of the Year (AP)
Sonny Rollins opens the San Francisco Jazz Festival at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco in this file photo from Oct. 23, 1996.  Rollins took the top honors at the 10th annual Jazz Awards, notching a double victory as musician and tenor saxophonist of the year.  The 75-year-old Rollins reestablished himself at the top of the jazz scene during the past year with his Grammy-winning CD 'Without a Song: The 9/11 Concert,' his first live recording in nearly 20 years. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan,File)AP - Saxophone colossus Sonny Rollins took the top honors at the 10th annual Jazz Awards, notching a double victory as musician and tenor saxophonist of the year.


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Vandross' "Ultimate" Comeback (E! Online)
For Luther Vandross, there's shelf-life after death.E! Online - For Luther Vandross, there's shelf-life after death.


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OutKast Out in the "Wild"...Finally (E! Online)
Can we get a hey ya! OutKast is finally coming out with a new 
 album.E! Online - Can we get a hey ya! OutKast is finally coming out with a new album.


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Britain's longest-running music TV show axed (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 40 years after the Beatles and the Rolling Stones featured on the first edition, the BBC is to scrap Britain's longest-running music television show, "Top of the Pops."

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