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Now out, Bruce Jenner shines spotlight on transgender inequality

LOS ANGELES - In coming out as a transgender woman, U.S. Olympic gold medallist and TV reality star Bruce Jenner made clear that while he is keen to help raise awareness about problems faced by the community, he is not self-appointing himself as a spokesman. | Video

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'Top Gear' host James May says won't return without Clarkson

LONDON - "Top Gear" host James May said Thursday he would not return to the top-rated motoring show without co-host Jeremy Clarkson, who was sacked by the BBC last month for attacking a colleague.

UK, 24 Apr 2015

Korean pop music concert draws thousands of Japanese fans

SAITAMA, Japan - Thousands of fans have turned out near Tokyo to see their favourite "K-pop" stars in a display of how popular South Korean pop music is in Japan despite years of chilled relations between the two countries. | Video

Japan 24 Apr 2015

Red legacy of Victorian novelist still defines British streets

LONDON - Anthony Trollope is best known as a British novelist whose chronicles of the minor dramas, snubs and triumphs of Victorian country life still win readers worldwide. But he left his mark on Britain's streets as well as its bookshelves.

UK, 24 Apr 2015

Mexican drama scoops top prize at Beijing Film Festival

BEIJING - Mexican director Bernardo Arellano's drama about an elderly couple facing economic hardship has scooped the best film award at the fifth Beijing International Film Festival.

24 Apr 2015

Three more women say Bill Cosby drugged, sexually assaulted them

LOS ANGELES - Three more women on Thursday accused Bill Cosby of sexually abusing them decades ago, as the veteran comedian gets ready for the final show in his U.S. comedy tour. | Video

24 Apr 2015
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Red legacy of Victorian novelist still defines British streets

LONDON - Anthony Trollope is best known as a British novelist whose chronicles of the minor dramas, snubs and triumphs of Victorian country life still win readers worldwide. But he left his mark on Britain's streets as well as its bookshelves.