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'Pirates of the Caribbean' tops box office, 'Baywatch' sinks
It was smooth sailing to the top spot at the box office for "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," but the waters were choppier for the Dwayne Johnson comedy "Baywatch."
 
This painting just sold for US$4.3 million
"The Bird Charmer" by Rufino Tamayo was sold for US$4.3 million on Thursday at Sotheby's Latin American art auction in New York.
 
Pound for pound, Dillard University is a physics powerhouse
One of the smallest historically black colleges in the U.S. boasts a huge accomplishment: pound for pound, tiny Dillard University in New Orleans graduates more physics majors -- and, notably, more female physics majors -- than far bigger schools with more resources.
 
Stars dig deep at charity Cannes AIDS gala
A galaxy of stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Dustin Hoffman, Nicole Kidman and Will Smith turned out for an AIDS benefit that is the social highlight of the Cannes film festival.
 
Chris Cornell's wife writes note: 'I know that was not you'
Chris Cornell's widow has penned a letter addressed to the late Soundgarden front man days after he took his own life.
 
Iraq radio show finds talent amid rubble of Mosul
It's a radio talent contest with a mission: showcasing the skills of Mosul's youth after years of jihadist rule and a months-long battle for the city.
 
S. Korean heartthrob hits pause on career for cancer treatment
Twenty-seven-year-old South Korean heartthrob Kim Woo-bin announced Wednesday that he had a rare form of cancer that was bringing his career to a pause.
 
Boston museum doubles reward for stolen artwork to US$10 mil.
A Boston museum has doubled its reward to US$10 million for information that leads to the return of 13 works of art stolen more than two decades ago in the largest art heist in U.S. history.
 
Defense raises race bias in Cosby jury selection process
With just one black person seated among the first 11 jurors chosen for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, defense lawyers are crying foul and accusing prosecutors of trying to systematically keep blacks off the jury.
 
Are movies a good way to learn history?
Films can support learning – if used to meet specific goals and connected to the proper subject matter.
 
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