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Hugh Jackman says he's 'fine' after latest skin cancer bout

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Hugh Jackman arrived at the premiere of "Logan" with a small bandage on his nose after taking to Twitter to announce he had been treated for skin cancer once again. Read more

Ex-Cardinal Floyd pleads guilty, gets 24 days in jail

New England Patriots wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty to second offense extreme drunken driving and been sentenced to 24 days in jail. Read more

Colbert show to air live after Trump's address to Congress

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Stephen Colbert is going to have his say after President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress. Read more

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Read more

Chargers tackle arrested for violating order of protection

Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap is free on $1,000 bond after being arrested inside his girlfriend's home for violating an order of protection. Read more

C-SPAN survey lists top presidents: Lincoln, Washington, FDR

Just in time for Presidents Day, a new survey of historians on presidential leadership gives the top five slots to Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower. Read more

Former USC football assistant coach John Jackson dies at 81

John Jackson, who coached star tailbacks Marcus Allen and Charles White during their Heisman Trophy-winning seasons at Southern California, has died. He was 81. Read more

Sequins and slogans: Politics seeped into NY Fashion Week

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"When you have a voice, you should use it," designer Raf Simons says. The new Calvin Klein designer did just that, using a particularly pointed David Bowie lyric on his soundtrack. Tracy Reese brought actual poets to her show, with soulful messages of empowerment. Naeem Khan played a reading from... Read more

Digital media, press restrictions changed baseball coverage

The first time Tim Kurkjian met legendary Orioles manager Earl Weaver, he got cussed at. Read more

Milano Vice? Palm trees near Milan's cathedral spark debate

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The appearance of an oasis of palm trees opposite Milan's gothic-era Duomo Cathedral has spawned a vibrant public debate. Read more

Former NFL running back Trent Richardson arrested in Alabama

Former NFL running back Trent Richardson is facing a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Alabama. Read more

The Latest: Durst friend stonewalled cops about confession

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The Latest on pretrial testimony in the Robert Durst murder case (all times local): Read more

NASCAR driver Greg Biffle won't race full time this season

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NASCAR driver Greg Biffle won't race full time this season. Read more

Marlins' Hechavarria admits lying in Cuban smuggling probe

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Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria told a federal jury Friday he lied to investigators about knowing a key figure in an alleged Cuban ballplayer smuggling network linked to a Florida sports agent and a trainer. Read more

NASCAR's Kurt Busch sued by former management company

NASCAR driver Kurt Busch is being sued for nearly $1.5 million by his former sports management company after he terminated their relationship last March. Read more

Dallas ex-teacher appeals after firing for porn-acting past

A Dallas teacher who was fired when her past as a pornographic actress was exposed on social media says she was a teenage victim of "sex slavery" and that she wants her teaching job back. Read more

Mariah Carey confirms new beau; talks new single, tour

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Mariah Carey has a vision of love for her backup dancer Bryan Tanaka. Read more

CoverGirl male model apologizes for Ebola comment

The first male spokesperson for CoverGirl cosmetics is apologizing for saying he was scared to be traveling to Africa because he was afraid he'd get the Ebola virus. Read more

Correction: Laura Branigan obituary

When the pop singer Laura Branigan died, The Associated Press, relying on information from her management company, reported in an obituary on Aug. 28, 2004, that she was 47 and had been born on July 3, 1957. After being contacted recently by one of Branigan's fans, the AP conducted a thorough rev... Read more

What is wearable? Exhibit pushes boundaries on clothing, art

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They are outfits you might expect to see in Lady Gaga's closet: a flamingo pink Fiberglas frock and a wooden one-piece replica of Notre Dame Cathedral. Read more

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