- Harris Faulkner considered rising star at Fox
NEW YORK (AP) — Harris Faulkner's hobby may sound like a patriotic put-on, but the Fox News Channel anchor insists it's legit.
- Prince William, wife Kate off to country home with children
LONDON (AP) — Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have packed up their newborn princess and their 21-month-old son Prince George for a stay at their country home.
- Geena Davis launches Arkansas film fest for women, diversity
LOS ANGELES (AP) — With help from a slew of corporate sponsors, Geena Davis and filmmakers focused on women and diversity have taken over Bentonville, Arkansas, a city of 40,000 best known as Wal-Mart's home base.
- Smashing Pumpkins frontman brings awareness to vets
NEW YORK (AP) — When Smashing Pumpkins takes the stage this summer, part of the band's mission will be to raise awareness of the plight of U.S. military veterans.
- Neon Trees drummer Elaine Bradley expecting baby girl
NEW YORK (AP) — The Neon Trees will have a slightly bigger presence on stage this summer — their drummer, Elaine Bradley, is pregnant.
- 5 paintings missing since WWII returning to Germany
WASHINGTON (AP) — Five paintings missing since World War II are being returned to collections in Germany at the behest of the heirs of their American acquirers.
- TV, Broadway's Conrad Ricamora on a 'life-changing' moment
NEW YORK (AP) — Conrad Ricamora's acting career is on fire of late. He may want to thank his genes.
- Bollywood star Salman Khan sentenced to 5 years in 2002 case
MUMBAI, India (AP) — One of India's biggest and most popular movie stars, Salman Khan, was sentenced to five years in jail Wednesday on charges of driving a vehicle over five men sleeping on a sidewalk and killing one in a hit-and-run case that has dragged for more than 12 years.
- Miranda Lambert becomes Country Living's first cover girl
NEW YORK (AP) — Country Living's choice for the first person ever to be on the cover of the magazine is apropos: Miranda Lambert.
- Author to face critics of new book about city's rape cases
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Best-selling author Jon Krakauer is making one public appearance to promote his latest work, "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town." It's in the titular town, where he will face angry critics who say his decision to focus on the small Montana city is unfair.