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Subway spaghetti video: A video taken of a fight in a New York City subway car started with a woman eating spaghetti, but led to a wider discussion about what is fair to put other riders of public transportation through during busy city commutes, and where to draw the line.
Ralph Macchio, of Karate Kid fame, took home first place with a score of 24 out of 30 on the season premiere of Dancing with the Stars. This will be the last season of the dance show.
Elizabeth Taylor, the actress whose sultry screen persona, stormy personal life and enduring fame and glamour made her one of the last of the old-fashioned movie stars and a template for the modern celebrity, died Wednesday.
Pinetop Perkins, an old school bluesman with the gravelly voice, for years had played the rickety bars among the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta, and toured far beyond them with rock pioneer Ike Turner in the 1950s.
Charlie Sheen: sources close to Charlie Sheen say the actor has been offered his job back, but will fans ever see Sheen on Two and A Half Men after all that has happened?
'The Hobbit': Hollywood studio funding problems, a threatened actors' boycott and ulcer surgery for Jackson have plagued pre-production on the $500 million, two-movie project.
Lady Gaga censored? Radio stations in Malaysia, a Muslim-majority nation, have garbled (or censored) certain words in Lady Gaga's gay anthem "Born This Way." Lady Gaga's current hit song encourages public acceptance of homosexuals.
Tiger Woods is a six-time winner at Bay Hill, including a span of four straight victories.
Ashley Hebert, of Maine, has been selected as the leading lady for ABC's The Bachelorette.
Alice Cooper and several other notable musicians were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Monday night. After accepting his latest honor, Alice Cooper performed for the New York audience.
Eric Clapton guitars on auction: The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Eric Clapton, has put guitars on the auction block in New York, raising millions of dollars for his charity.
Bristol Palin book deal: The daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has signed a book deal for a candid and down to earth look at her life. What will Bristol Palin reveal in her book?
Mom Prom: The fundraising idea that started in Detroit has begun to spread as a fun way to bring women together at a themed party while helping a cause. The Mom Prom concept has spread to Washington and New York, and may soon be found in four other states.
Justin Bieber is using his 17th birthday to raise funds for a charity that works for clean water in developing countries. Birthday boy Bieber has already raised more than $27,000. And, Justin Bieber's hair is for sale on Ebay.
Tom Hanks has been confirmed as the 2011 Class Day speaker at Yale University. Can he outdo last year's speaker?
Jerry Seinfeld has prevailed in a libel case, winning his First Amendment right to call a woman 'wacko' after suing his wife for what he calls 'vegetable plagiarism.' Jerry Seinfeld's attorney called the decision a victory for 'right of comedians to tell jokes.'
Catherine Zeta-Jones was awarded the title of Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Prince Charles in Buckingham Palace, Thursday.
Deadliest Catch has lost a Time Bandit crewman. Justin Tennison was found in a hotel room in his hometown in Alaska. The cause of his death is yet unknown.
Michael Jackson estate: The late artist was in substantial debt when he died in 2009, but the Michael Jackson estate has since earned $310 million and industry players expect the estate will continue to earn millions for years to come.