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Chelsea Clinton, on book tour, in no hurry to enter politics
Congresswoman Clinton? President Clinton? For now, Chelsea Clinton insists she's focused far less on her political future than on burnishing her profile as an author of children's books.
 
Kendall Jenner's protest Pepsi spot prompts online backlash
Model and Kardashian clan member Kendall Jenner's turn as a Pepsi-wielding protester has some on social media decrying the imagery as appropriation of the Black Lives Matter movement.
 
Mel B accuses estranged husband of abuse in court filings
Singer Mel B has won a temporary restraining order and sole custody of her youngest daughter after she claimed her estranged husband subjected her to years of abuse.
 
Most valuable diamond
In this March 29 file photo, the "Pink Star" diamond, the most valuable cut diamond ever offered at auction, is displayed by a model at a Sotheby's auction room in Hong Kong. The stunning 59.6 carat diamond sold Tuesday, April 4 for HK$553 million (US$71.2 million) at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong, setting a record for any diamond or jewel.
 
Enjoying  'The Great Skate'
Persistence is the key to success. As the old Chinese saying goes, it "takes ten years to sharpen a sword" (十年磨一劍). This adage is especially apt at describing the dedication of children's author James Hugh Gough, who spent five years illustrating and fine-tuning the story of "The Great Skate."
 
Two shows that are fit for spring
Spring is in the air! Returning from a long holiday weekend, TIFA takes on a more laidback and lighthearted note this week, kicking off with a musical comedy by Godot Theatre Company (果陀劇場) and following up with a contemporary master performing folk melodies on the sitar, an Indian string instrument.
 
'I'm sorry for dancing with that kangaroo'
Actor and comedian Mike Epps is apologizing for dancing on stage with a kangaroo in front of a screaming crowd at a Detroit comedy show.
 
Key fights over evidence persist 2 months before Cosby trial
The judge in Bill Cosby's sexual-assault trial heard arguments Monday without deciding whether the jury will hear Cosby's decade-old testimony about getting quaaludes to give women before sex.
 
Kardashian clan member Kendall Jenner says, 'I'm a big kid'
When Kendall Jenner isn't strutting down a runway in wings, cheesing as Marilyn Monroe on video or flea market shopping with Paris Jackson, you might look for her outside.
 
Polanski's bid to halt case rejected
A Los Angeles judge on Monday rejected Roman Polanski's bid to end his long-running underage sex abuse case without the fugitive director appearing in court or being sentenced to more prison time.
 
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