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Ashley Judd sues Weinstein saying he wrecked her career

Ashley Judd sues Weinstein saying he wrecked her career

LOS ANGELES — Ashley Judd sued Harvey Weinstein on Monday, saying the former movie mogul hurt her acting career in retaliation for her rejecting his sexual advances.
Pelicans crash California graduation, 1 lands on red carpet

Pelicans crash California graduation, 1 lands on red carpet

MALIBU, Calif. — A pair of pelicans majoring in curiosity crashed a graduation ceremony at Pepperdine University in Malibu.

California shop cranks classical music to dissuade loitering

MODESTO, Calif. — A 7-Eleven in California has found a way to keep people from panhandling and loitering outside the store: crank up classical music.
Exhibit showcasing Stanley Kubrick's photography set to open

Exhibit showcasing Stanley Kubrick's photography set to open

NEW YORK — A new museum exhibit opening this week in New York City will focus on the early photography work of film director Stanley Kubrick.
Detroit released from active state oversight of finances

Detroit released from active state oversight of finances

Detroit reached a key step in fiscal redemption on Monday by reclaiming control of its own finances roughly three years after exiting the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.

'Hamilton' actor criticizes Utah crowd's use of phones

SALT LAKE CITY — The lead actor in a production of the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton has called out Salt Lake City theatre-goers who pulled out their cellphones during performances in Utah.
Twin bombings in Afghanistan kill 25, including 9 reporters

Twin bombings in Afghanistan kill 25, including 9 reporters

KABUL — Two Islamic State suicide bombers struck in Afghanistan's capital on Monday, killing 25 people, including nine journalists who had rushed to the scene of the first attack, in the deadliest assault on reporters since the fall of the Taliban in
WW II veteran to graduate 68 years after leaving college

WW II veteran to graduate 68 years after leaving college

TOLEDO, Ohio — Like so many American soldiers returning home from World War II, Bob Barger started working a new job and going to college. Once he settled into his career and raising a family, finishing school was no longer a priority.

Bombardier confirms its Russian offices were visited by customs officials

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. said Monday that the offices of its Russian railway joint venture were visited earlier this month by the country's authorities, several months after a published report said its offices were raided by police.
Welcome to the partisan fury, Michelle Wolf

Welcome to the partisan fury, Michelle Wolf

NEW YORK — White House Correspondents Association roaster Michelle Wolf joins a club with the likes of Kathy Griffin, Stormy Daniels and David Hogg — little-known or unknown figures who suddenly became surrogates for the hyper-partisan rhetorical war