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Variety
October 11

Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 17-23

Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 17-23:
Variety
October 11

UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

British police have announced they will not take any action against Prince Andrew after a review prompted by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser who claims that he sexually assaulted her.
World
October 11

Charles urges leaders to do more than 'just talk' on climate

In the battle against climate change, everyone can do their bit.
World
October 10
FILE - The Beatles are seen performing, date unknown. From left to right: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon. McCartney has

Paul McCartney: John Lennon responsible for Beatle breakup

Paul McCartney has revisited the breakup of The Beatles, flatly disputing the suggestion that he was responsible for the group's demise.
Nation
October 10

Kim Kardashian West pokes fun at famous family as SNL host

Kim Kardashian West, sporting a hot pink catsuit, skewered everyone from her mom's boyfriend to her famous sex tape and estranged husband Kanye during her first turn hosting "Saturday Night Live."
World
October 9
In this undated photo provided by Jaroslaw Golebiowski, a view of a renovated portrait of Polish composer Frederic Chopin.

Chopin portrait bought at flea market is from 19th century

A peeling portrait of Frederic Chopin purchased at a flea market in Poland hung modestly in a private house for almost three decades before an expert dated the painting to the 19th century, when the Polish piano composer lived.
Variety
October 8

Indian court denies bail to Bollywood superstar's son

An Indian magistrate on Friday rejected the release on bail of Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan's son, who was arrested this week in a drug raid on a luxury cruise ship, as the state narcotics agency expressed fear that he could tamper with evidence and influence witnesses.
Politics
October 7

Trump-backed candidates face scrutiny after minimal vetting

One has been accused of assaulting another White House aide. Another allegedly threatened his ex-wife's life, exaggerated claims of financial success and alarmed business associates with his erratic behavior. A third has asked a judge to keep past protection-from-abuse orders sealed.
Sports
October 7
In this 2019 file photo, Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo looks back during a Champions League Group D soccer match in Madrid, Spain. A federal magistrat

Court says Ronaldo rape lawsuit in Vegas should be dismissed

A federal magistrate judge in Nevada has sided with Cristiano Ronaldo's lawyers against a woman who sued for more than the $375,000 in hush money she received in 2010 after saying the international soccer star raped her in Las Vegas.
Nation
October 7

Meek Mill's 'Expensive Pain' comes with a heavy cost

Meek Mill is not behind prison bars. He's no longer required to check in with parole officers. But despite this freedom, the rapper has not fully rid himself of invisible shackles that still confine him.
Sports
October 7
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II talks to the first baton bearer, British parasport athlete Kadeena Cox, at the launch of the Queen’s Baton Relay for

Queen Elizabeth launches baton relay for Commonwealth Games

Queen Elizabeth II held her first major engagement at Buckingham Palace since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic a year and a half ago, as she presided Thursday over the launch of the baton relay for next year's Commonwealth Games in the central England city of Birmingham.
Nation
October 6

Police: Slain Instagram star's husband kills self in Florida

The husband of a slain social media star killed himself in a Florida home when authorities arrived to arrest him on charges in connection with the death of his wife last year in Texas, U.S. Marshals and police say.
Sports
October 6

April retrial date for man who killed ex-Saints star Smith

A new retrial date of April 4 was set Wednesday for the man who killed ex-NFL star Will Smith in 2016 following a confrontation over a traffic crash in New Orleans.
Nation
October 5
Members of South Korean K-pop band BTS  at the United Nations meeting on Sustainable Development Goals during the 76th session of the U.N. General Ass

BTS campaign with UN nets millions of dollars -- and tweets

K-pop superstars BTS have raised $3.6 million and generated millions of tweets during four years of teaming up with the U.N. children's agency to fight violence, abuse and bullying and promote self-esteem in young people, the agency is announcing Wednesday.
Business
October 5

Chanel caps Paris Fashion Week's post-virus comeback

Chanel brought Paris Fashion Week to its final day with a runway show that illustrated how designers and the people they dress want to look to the future with optimism.
Nation
October 5

Convicted sheriff gives thumbs-up review of jail he ran

A longtime Alabama sheriff removed from office after being convicted of theft and ethics violations is giving five-star reviews to the jail where he spent more than two weeks in custody. Perhaps he should: He ran it for decades.
Nation
October 5
FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2003, file photo, “Late Show With David Letterman’’ announcer Alan Kalter poses in the the Late Show studio in New York.

Alan Kalter, announcer for David Letterman, dies at 78

Alan Kalter, the quirky, red-headed announcer for David Letterman for two decades who frequently appeared in the show's comedy bits, has died. He was 78.
Nation
October 5
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters

Grohl's 'Storyteller' reveals long list of famous friends

It's hard to think of a current musician so universally accepted into the rock 'n' roll fraternity as Dave Grohl.
Variety
October 5
Actors Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson.

Michael J. Fox to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize Award

Michael J. Fox will receive an honorary AARP award for his work through his charity that advocates for Parkinson's research.
Nation
October 5
In this April 17, 2013, photo former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie Blair leave the ceremonial funeral of former British Prime

Leaked records open a 'Pandora' box of financial secrets

Hundreds of world leaders, powerful politicians, billionaires, celebrities, religious leaders and drug dealers have been hiding their investments in mansions, exclusive beachfront property, yachts and other assets for the past quarter-century, according to a review of nearly 12 million files obtained from 14 firms located around the world.