B-movie actress's $1m lawsuit puts the issue of Hollywood's age discrimination in the spotlight
Singer is no longer a VIP in African nation after she's accused of 'exaggerating' charity work
Gordon Brown had a good excuse and sent his wife; Ronnie Campbell would rather have been in a 'torture chamber'
Deal had more to do with the app's technology than the talents of its teenage creator, Nick D'Aloisio
Political strategists and fundraisers already pushing for Hillary before this 'glass ceiling' reminder
Death of the former prime minister brings glowing tributes - but also memories of division and suffering
'I lost myself in Liz Hurley,' says Hollywood actor Tom Sizemore whose memoir details three-year fling
Pulitzer Prize winner dies at 70, but movie reviews collected online represent a 'global resource'
London mayor says he'll take on Duchess's sister at table tennis, but worries 29-year-old is 'very good'
Singer-songwriter Carole King, whose 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ stayed in the charts for more than six years, performs at the White House yesterday. President Obama presented her with the Gershwin Price for her lifetime contribution to popular music.
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