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Polish court seeks U.S. help on Polanski case by August 8

WARSAW - A Polish court on Friday said that it has requested legal help from the United States as it decides whether to extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski over a 1977 child sex crime conviction and that the United States has until Aug. 8 to reply.

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Hollywood stars, presidents join Letterman for final act

NEW YORK - Hollywood stars Steve Martin and Tina Fey, comedians Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld and a host of U.S. presidents joined the band Foo Fighters on Wednesday to bid farewell to David Letterman as the veteran "Late Show" host signed off for the last time. | Video

21 May 2015

American-made Cannes film 'Krisha' is real family affair

CANNES, France - When American director Trey Edward Shults decided to direct his first feature film, he turned to those he could most rely on to get it made: his family. | Video

21 May 2015

Woman warrior in 'The Assassin' slays Cannes, wins over critics

CANNES, France - Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien said on Thursday he had not wanted to make the customary kickfest-style martial arts movie, and "Nie Yinniang" (The Assassin) shown in competition at Cannes is anything but.

21 May 2015

Rapper Flavour Flav arrested in Las Vegas with marijuana, alcohol in car

- Rap star Flavour Flav was arrested on Thursday in Las Vegas on suspicion of driving under the influence, after he was pulled over for speeding and was found with marijuana and an open container of alcohol in his BMW, a Nevada state trooper said.

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James Patterson's '14th Deadly Sin' holds firm atop bestsellers list

NEW YORK - The newest novel in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series, "14th Deadly Sin," retained the No. 1 spot on the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday for the second consecutive week.

21 May 2015
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James Patterson's '14th Deadly Sin' holds firm atop bestsellers list

NEW YORK - The newest novel in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series, "14th Deadly Sin," retained the No. 1 spot on the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday for the second consecutive week.