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Inquiries begin into nude celebrity photo leaks
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The FBI said Monday it was addressing allegations that online accounts of several celebrities, including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, had been hacked, leading to the posting of their nude photographs online....
`Guardians' tops Labor Day, summer box office
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The intergalactic misfits of "Guardians of the Galaxy" are the summer's box-office superheroes....
Carrie Underwood announces pregnancy
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Country star Carrie Underwood and NHL player Mike Fisher chose the Labor Day holiday to announce they are expecting their first child....
David Muir takes over at ABC's 'World News'
NEW YORK (AP) -- Among the stories David Muir will introduce during his first week as ABC's "World News" anchor is one he reported about a generation of Syrian refugees missing out on an education....
Kanye, Juanes enliven LA's Made in America fest
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A new outdoor music festival in downtown Los Angeles reflected the city's diversity with a lineup that included rap, rock, punk, blues and Latin music. Kanye West, Cypress Hill, Weezer, Rise Against, John Mayer and Juanes were among Sunday's performers....
Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy tie the knot
NEW YORK (AP) -- Donnie Wahlberg's "Favorite Girl" Jenny McCarthy is now his wife....
Barnes, Heigl in tune in romance 'Jackie and Ryan'
VENICE, Italy (AP) -- "Jackie and Ryan" takes viewers into an America of tough times, train-hopping and old-time fiddle music....
VENICE WATCH: McDormand hails female stories
VENICE, Italy (AP) -- The Venice Film Festival is bringing 11 days of red carpet premieres, innovative movies and Hollywood glamour to the Italian city. Here's what has been catching the eye of The Associated Press:...
Placido Domingo closing act at London festival
LONDON (AP) -- Placido Domingo will be the closing act at this year's iTunes Festival in London....
Islamic State group becomes target of Arab satire
BAGHDAD (AP) -- The bumbling young militant first drops the rocket launcher on the toes of his boss before taking aim and firing toward a military checkpoint outside of an Iraqi town - not realizing he's fired it backward at his leader....
As tensions remain high with Russia and much of the Middle East, more voters than ever believe the United States is not putting enough money into national security. According to Rasmussen Reports national Survey, 43-percent of likely U.S. voters think the United States does not spend enough on the military and national security. While 23-percent think the U.S spends too much and 30-percent say defense spending is about right.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Do you think it's appropriate for 9-year olds to be able to fire machine guns, grenade launchers and sniper rifles at shooting ranges?