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'Horrible Bosses 2' reunites goofball trio for kidnapping comedy

LOS ANGELES - After an unsuccessful attempt to murder their "Horrible Bosses" in the 2011 hit comedy, goofball buddies Nick, Kurt and Dale reunite in a sequel deciding to go into business for themselves and eliminate the need for managers. Or so they think.

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Cosby's show nixed in Washington state after sex assault claims

LOS ANGELES - Embattled comedian Bill Cosby's show in Yakima, Washington state, has been cancelled, venue organizers said Monday, in the latest of several cancellations following decades-old sexual assault allegations that have surfaced in recent weeks.

24 Nov 2014

John Cleese talks comedy and 'things that really matter in life'

MIAMI - British comedian John Cleese’s performing days may be waning, but he still enjoys writing, including a recently penned memoir, and "the things that really matter in life," principally his three cats and a happy marriage to his fourth wife.

24 Nov 2014

Sting takes bold gamble to save his 'Last Ship' musical

NEW YORK - British rock star Sting is joining the cast of his deeply personal Broadway musical "The Last Ship," calling it a bold gamble to save the show from sinking.

24 Nov 2014

German industrial band raises ghosts of World War One in 'Lament'

BERLIN - The metallic clank and screech of cult German industrial band Einstuerzende Neubauten's homemade instruments are chillingly appropriate for "Lament", their idiosyncratic performance for the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.

24 Nov 2014

Boy bands top American Music Awards, ladies lead performances

LOS ANGELES - Boy bands bested pop's leading women in the top award categories at the American Music Awards on Sunday, but the ladies delivered the most high-octane performances including a derriere-flaunting number by Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea. | Video

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University of Texas acquires archives of literary giant García Márquez

AUSTIN, Texas - A research library at the University of Texas has acquired the archives of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez, whose spellbinding stories of love and longing brought Latin America to life for millions of readers around the world.