Human Interest Headlines

  • Man convicted of stealing John Legend's bag at JFK Airport

    NEW YORK (AP) - A 64-year-old man has been convicted of stealing Grammy winner John Legend's Louis Vuitton bag containing $25,000 Cartier cufflinks from an airport luggage cart in New York. District Attorney Richard Brown said Agustin Hilario was convicted on Tuesday of criminal possession of stolen property. He's accused ...

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  • The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store

    iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending February 18, 2018: iTunes Movies US Charts: 1. Justice League 2. Coco (2017) 3. Wonder 4. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 5. Lady Bird 6. Darkest Hour 7. A Bad Moms Christmas 8. Roman J. Israel, Esq. 9. Dunkirk (2017) 10. Only the ...

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  • Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance at London fashion catwalk

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth made a surprise appearance in the front row at a fashion catwalk on Tuesday where she watched a show by emerging designer Richard Quinn.

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  • Army awarding heroism medals to three JROTC cadets killed in Florida school shooting

    The Army is awarding medals for heroism to three students who were killed in the shooting last week at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Alaina Petty, Peter Wang and Martin Duque were cadets in the school's Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps program and will receive the Medal of Heroism ...

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  • Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance at London fashion catwalk

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth made a surprise appearance in the front row at a fashion catwalk on Tuesday where she watched a show by emerging designer Richard Quinn.

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  • Stylish Queen Elizabeth II makes first Fashion Week visit

    LONDON (AP) - Queen Elizabeth II has always dressed with style and flair - but Tuesday marked her first visit to London Fashion Week. The monarch squeezed in the front row, chatting with American Vogue editor Anna Wintour - who wore her trademark sunglasses - and presented an award recognizing ...

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  • Colts to induct Reggie Wayne into Ring of Honor next season

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Former Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne will become the 15th member of the Indianapolis Colts' Ring of Honor next season. A date for the ceremony will not be determined until the NFL schedule is released. Wayne joins former teammates Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James, Jeff Saturday and Peyton ...

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  • Rae Carruth, ex-NFL player who planned pregnant girlfriend's death, wants custody of son

    Rae Carruth, a former Carolina Panthers wide receiver who was found guilty of conspiracy to murder his pregnant girlfriend in 1999, recently wrote a letter to the victim's mother to apologize and say he would like custody of his son, now 18, upon his release from prison. Carruth ...

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  • Walter Mosley examines issues of race in 'Down the River'

    "Down the River Unto the Sea" (Mulholland Books), by Walter Mosley Few mystery writers can examine issues of race - how it divides and binds people - as clearly and unflinchingly as Walter Mosley, who returns to this theme in his stand-alone novel "Down the River Unto the Sea." Racism, ...

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  • Agonising subway ride lands New York woman Worst Commute award

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - This is one contest no New York City subway rider wants to win.

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  • Agonizing subway ride lands New York woman Worst Commute award

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - This is one contest no New York City subway rider wants to win.

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  • Costume designers celebrate top work at 20th awards show

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - The president of the Costume Designers Guild says there's so much to the art form, it can't be contained in one award. The organization launched its annual celebration of the best work in film and television two decades ago to highlight costumes' contribution to storytelling, ...

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  • Eugenides, Chernow voted into arts academy

    NEW YORK (AP) - Jeffrey Eugenides, a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist, was in an especially inventive mood one night as he was walking to his office at Princeton University. He wondered if he would ever be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the venerable honor society where ...

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  • Danes bid farewell to Prince Henrik, queen's husband who wanted to be king

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Thousands of Danes bid farewell to the late Prince Henrik ahead of his funeral on Tuesday, despite a controversy over his choice not to be buried in the tomb prepared for him and his wife Queen Margrethe.

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  • Court told actress swore at Geoffrey Rush to leave toilet

    SYDNEY (AP) - An actress who accused Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush of inappropriately touching her on a Sydney stage later swore at him when he followed her into a toilet at a party after a performance, Australian court documents allege. Rush is suing Sydney's The Daily Telegraph newspaper in Federal ...

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  • Man featured on 'Trump Dating' site has child sex conviction

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina man with a felony conviction for indecent liberties with a child was one-half of the poster couple for a new "Trump Dating" website. News outlets reported Monday that visitors to the dating site geared toward supporters of the president were greeted with the ...

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  • What's it like to pick up plushies? Flower kids tell all

    GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - They have to skate fast in front of hundreds of people, pick up flowers as quickly as possible and stay unflustered when dozens of stuffed animals rain down on the ice.

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  • What's it like to pick up plushies? Flower kids tell all

    GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - They have to skate fast in front of hundreds of people, pick up flowers as quickly as possible and stay unflustered when dozens of stuffed animals rain down on the ice.

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