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'Me and Mrs. Jones' Singer Billy Paul Dead at Age 80
Billy Paul, the Philadelphia soul singer best known for the No. 1 hit ballad "Me and Mrs. Jones," has died
Baby Bunny With 'Paralyzed' Hind Legs Zips Around on Mini-Skateboard Wheelchair
This baby bunny doesn't hop. He slides and glides his way around on a custom mini skateboard wheelchair -- entirely assembled from parts bought from a dollar store. The young rabbit, who's been fittingly named Wheelz, has come a long way since he was found "stiff and frozen" a few weeks ago on
Charlie Parker , 3, Plays With Alligators at Australian Wildlife Park
ABC News’ John Muller reports: Three-year-old Charlie Parker is being billed as Australia’s youngest wildlife ranger. The little boy is fearless, and he loves reptiles. His best friend is Pablo, a boa constrictor that measures 8 feet in length. Photos of Charlie playing in the...
Young Animal Wrangler, 3, Ignites Online Controversy
Australian boy's father says he is safe wrangling crocodiles and boa constrictors.
Oscar Contender 'On the Road' Burns the Candle on Both Ends
Early on in Walter Salles and José Rivera's adaptation of the classic 1957 Jack Kerouac novel On the Road , the film's narrator, Sal Paradise, makes clear what drives him on his search across America's highways: The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad
Romney Compares Puerto Rico Win to Massive Pancake
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Stopping by a breakfast joint in central Illinois just after sunrise to the delight of patrons settling in to massive mounds of fried potatoes and flapjacks, Mitt Romney was still riding high from his victory in Puerto Rico, noting that the diner’s...
'Mummified' Former Playmate Swerved Between Recluse and Storyteller
Those closest to former actress and Playboy playmate Yvette Vickers say she led a dual life: one as a private recluse hidden away in her Los Angeles neighborhood, and another as a vivid storyteller who charmed audiences at film festivals and kept in touch with her fans years after her star had
Spike vs. Clint
You might be forgiven if these days Spike Lee is reminding you of "Buggin Out" -- the character played by Giancarlo Esposito in Lee's "Do The Right Thing," who famously inquired of Danny Aiello's "Sal" about why there weren't any...
Spike Strikes Back: Clint's 'an Angry Old Man'
Lee Lashes Out at Eastwood: 'The Man Is Not My Father and We're Not on a Plantation'
Clint Eastwood Tells Spike Lee to 'Shut His Face'
It takes a certain something to pick a fight with Dirty Harry. Apparently, Spike Lee has it. At the Cannes Film Festival in May, Lee, whose next film, "Miracle at St. Anna," is about an all-black U.S. division fighting in...