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NBC correspondent admits violation of quarantine

NEW YORK (AP) -- NBC News medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman has admitted that some members of her crew violated a voluntary quarantine to protect against Ebola, a misstep that caused New Jersey health officials to make that quarantine mandatory....

Boyz II Men return to Philly high school for show

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Members of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men returned to their roots Tuesday with a concert at their old stomping grounds - a performing arts high school they remember being just like the TV show "Fame."...

Nielsen says ABC didn't really win in ratings

NEW YORK (AP) -- The Nielsen company said Tuesday its report last week that ABC's evening newscast had broken a 263-week winning streak by NBC was incorrect....

Simmons moves to head of the class in 'Whiplash'

NEW YORK (AP) -- After playing the cowboy artist Charlie Russell, some called him Kid. After "Brigadoon" in summer stock, his cast mates called him Tommy....

Sale of Joan Fontaine's house to aid animal group

CARMEL, Calif. (AP) -- More property from the late Academy Award-winning actress Joan Fontaine will benefit an animal welfare organization....

Amal Clooney in Greece for Parthenon Marbles bid

ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- A team of London lawyers met with the Greek government Tuesday to discuss potential legal action to boost Greece's long but so far futile campaign to reclaim the 5th-century B.C. Parthenon Sculptures from Britain....

London show celebrates aging but unbowed Rembrandt

LONDON (AP) -- There are few artists with a more famous face than Rembrandt. The Dutch master painted himself repeatedly throughout his career....

Review: 'Fury' a barrage of heavy-handedness

The relentless barrage of heavy-handedness in David Ayer's World War II tank drama "Fury" begins immediately. A lone horseman approaches on the grim horizon of a foggy, corpse-strewn battlefield. Out of the muck leaps a man who pulls the rider down and savagely bludgeons him in the eye....

Review: 'Fury' a barrage of heavy-handedness

The relentless barrage of heavy-handedness in David Ayer's World War II tank drama "Fury" begins immediately. A lone horseman approaches on the grim horizon of a foggy, corpse-strewn battlefield. Out of the muck leaps a man who pulls the rider down and savagely bludgeons him in the eye....

Chris Brown leads nominees for Soul Train Awards

NEW YORK (AP) -- Chris Brown is the top nominee for the Soul Train Awards....

Answering the 'Birdman' signal, Keaton soars again

NEW YORK (AP) -- When Michael Keaton met Barack Obama shortly before Obama would become president, the then-senator had a question for the actor....

Christian group singer killed in Indiana crash

LEBANON, Ind. (AP) -- Police say a singer and pianist with a Christian musical group was killed when an RV he was driving crashed over the weekend on a highway in central Indiana....

Tory Burch book gives look at what inspires her

DALLAS (AP) -- Tory Burch's new book is all about color, a compilation of the influences that inspire her, from people to music to art to culture to travel to home design....

2 young marrieds make NBC's new sitcom 'Marry Me'

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- After dating Jake for six long years, Annie figured he would pop the question during their romantic island getaway....

Garry Marshall, the knight of light, goes dark

NEW YORK (AP) -- Garry Marshall may turn 80 next month, but it certainly wasn't apparent as the legendary director led a recent play rehearsal downtown....

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