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Fun Facts About Ringo Starr; Author Talks Biography of ‘Funny’ Beatle
His is the voice on “Yellow Submarine,’ “Octopus’ Garden’ and “With a Little Help From My Friends.” Now, a new biography chronicles Ringo Starr’s life. In “Ringo: With a Little Help,” author Michael Seth Starr – no relation to Ringo Starr – tells the story of the drummer from his earliest days on
Sophia Loren's Memoir: 12 Things You Didn’t Know About the Screen Goddess
Inside the Italian Actress' Memoir, 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: My Life'
Why Marijuana Edibles Are Harder to Regulate And Don't Get You as High
Move over Alice B. Toklas. Her hashish-infused fudge -- a mélange of fruit, nuts, spices and cannabis -- was the rage of expatriate Paris in the 1950s, and her recipe for psychedelic brownies were the subject of a 1968 cult Peter Sellers film, "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas." Now, in Colorado, where
Robber Steals $53M in Jewels at Cannes Hotel
The Cannes, France, hotel that served as the setting for one of the most famous jewel heist movies of all time today was the scene of a brazen armed robbery, when a gunman made off with an estimated $53 million in jewels and diamonds from a gem exhibition. It was the third such heist in the French
Notorious Jewelry Thief Makes Stunning Jailbreak
Member of the "Pink Panther" gang out of prison following incredible escape.
The 7 Best Political Movies You Haven't Seen
Make the myth, break the myth, or explain the myth — these are the ways Hollywood takes on politics in film. This year, three movies, each with a different approach, but all steeped in the politics of their day, have a chance to win the...
50 Years of James Bond Stars
Fifty has never looked better. It's been 50 years since the first James Bond film, "Dr. No," premiered in theaters. Since then, more than 20 films featuring the iconic spy have come out. In November, the 23rd, "Skyfall," descends on 007 fans. But while Bond's history is well up in the double
94 Million Exposed: The Government's Epic Fail on Privacy
When you hear a number like "94 million" in the news, it's usually because somebody won the lottery. This time around, no such luck. This 94 million is the number of Americans' files in which personal information has been exposed, since 2009, to potential identity theft through data breaches at
Katy Perry 'Part of Me' Video Features Marines
Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
Top Not-So- Secret Service Codenames
They might be Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum to American voters, but the GOP presidential candidates go by a different name to the Secret Service agents who protect them. The Romney and Santorum camps revealed the candidates' Secret Service codenames to GQ magazine on Monday, revealing that Romney