|"You're So Vain" a Hit for Taylor Swift and Carly Simon|
It's the ex-boyfriend song to end all ex-boyfriend songs.
Saturday night, Taylor Swift, writer of love songs about ex-boyfriends, was joined by the artist who practically created the genre when Carly Simon appeared at Swift's Massachusetts concert to sing "You're So Vain."
Check out the behind-the-scenes interview the pair gave to "Good Morning America" before performing the song.
|Chandra Levy Court Documents to Be Unsealed|
The disappearance and murder of Washington intern Chandra Levy rocked D.C. a decade ago, when her body was found in Rock Creek Park and it was revealed that Levy had had a relationship with California Rep. Gary Condit.
Now, court documents that have been kept under seal in her case since Ingmar Guandique was convicted of her murder will be made public as Guandique's attorneys consider whether to appeal his conviction over questions about the credibility of a key witness in the case. Read more here.
|Johnny Depp Says Retirement "Not Too Far Away"|
After long, hard years toiling away as a pirate of the Caribbean and a lone ranger, Johnny Depp is reportedly looking forward to greener pastures and a quieter life.
The Oscar-winning actor, 50, is getting close to retiring, he told the BBC this week.
"I wouldn't say I'm dropping out any second, but I would say it's probably not too far away," Depp said, noting that there are "quieter" things he'd like to do with his time.
May we suggest early-bird dinners, bocce ball and motor scooters, Mr. Depp?
|FBI Arrests 150 in Child Prostitution Sting|
A nationwide sweep this weekend by the FBI resulted in the arrest of 150 alleged "pimps" charged with child prostitution crimes.
The sting, known as Operation Cross Country, rescued more than 100 children from forced prostitution in 76 U.S. cities, according to the FBI. Some of the children were as young as 13.
Read the full ABC News story here.
|Space Photos Show Coronal Hole in the Sun|
Get out your SPF 7,000,000 to look at this photo of a coronal hole on the surface of the sun.
NASA released photos of the hole taken earlier this month, explaining that the holes sometimes develop over parts of the sun's surface during its normal weather cycle. The hole is covering the north pole of the sun.
Coronals show up dark in photographs because of their relatively cooler temperatures, according to NASA.
|Woman Awarded $18.6 Million in Equifax Dispute|
An Oregon woman who sued credit reporting company Equifax for mistakes in her credit report is now likely to have among the best credit score of anyone, ever.
Julie Miller was awarded $18.6 million by a jury after she sued Equifax for what she said was its failure to correct mistakes in her credit report.
ABC News has the full scoop here.
An explosion in Philadelphia destroyed three homes and injured eight people Monday morning.
Officials told ABC News affiliate WPVI-TV that an explosion caused by a natural gas leak rocked a neighborhood in South Philadelphia, causing the three homes to collapse. Two young babies and a teenager were among the injured victims.
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