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SYDNEY (AP) — Three members of the children's music quartet The Wiggles will be hanging up their colorful outfits and leaving the Australian band this year, with the Blue Wiggle the lone original member left dancing.
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — A massive statue of Marilyn Monroe has arrived in the desert resort city of Palm Springs.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The three "American Idol" finalists earned nearly uniform votes of confidence Wednesday from the show's judges. Now it's the audience tally that will determine which two compete for glory in next week's finale.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Chuck Brown, who styled a unique mix of funk, soul and Latin party sounds to create go-go music in the nation's capital, has died after suffering from pneumonia. He was 75.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The legal battle between gaming giants Activision Blizzard Inc. and Electronic Arts Inc. is over, with the companies announcing they have settled a case that accused EA of improperly recruiting two executives who oversaw the creation of the smash videogame "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2."
DENVER (AP) — The drummer for OneRepublic has pleaded not guilty to charges filed in Denver after his girlfriend said he grabbed her head and threw her down during a fight.
NEW YORK (AP) — The game is over for Tia Mowry: The star of the hit BET series "The Game" won't appear in the show's sixth season.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Rodin (roh-DAN') Museum in Philadelphia is getting ready to reopen after three years of renovations.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — After years of bitter court fights, The Barnes Foundation opened its doors Wednesday for a sneak peek at its new location on the museum-studded Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Diane Kruger must have arrived in France with a lot of luggage. On Wednesday, Day 1 of the 12-day Cannes Film Festival, Kruger, a member of the prestigious jury, turned up in two different outfits.