Charlie Chaplin is shown in a scene in the 1925 silent film 'The Gold Rush.' The Everett Collection
Actors Mabel Normand as Mabel (l.), Charlie Chaplin as Charlie, and Marie Dressler as Tillie Banks are shown in a scene from the 1914 silent film 'Tillie's Punctured Romance,' in this black and white photo. Courtesy of UCLA Film and Television Archive/AP
Charlie Chaplin in a scene with actress Edna Purviance in the 1917 silent film 'The Immigrant.' Newscom
Charlie Chaplin is shown in a scene in the 1936 silent film 'Modern Times.' Newscom
Buster Keaton (l.) and Charlie Chaplin are shown in a scene in the 1952 silent film 'Limelight.' Newscom
Charlie Chaplin is shown in a scene with actress Paulette Goddard in his first talking film 'The Great Dictator,' in 1940. Newscom
Charlie Chaplin (c.) is shown in a scene in the 1931 silent film 'City Lights.' Newscom
Charlie Chaplin is shown in a scene with actor Jackie Coogan from the 1921 silent film 'The Kid.' Newscom
The leader of the Boko Haram terrorist network released a video Saturday claiming responsibility for the massive explosion at a busy bus station near Nigeria's capital Monday, which killed at least 75 people. The video makes no mention of more than 100 girls who were abducted this week.
Michelle Faul, Associated Press /
April 19, 2014
Islamic extremists Saturday claimed responsibility for the massive rush-hour explosion earlier this week that ripped through a busy bus station in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, killing at least 75 people and wounding 141.