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Keynote Speech Launches Clinton Book Tour
CHICAGO - Bill Clinton, once a president and now an author, offered a characteristic performance Thursday night for the country's publishing community: late, long, but ultimately satisfying to the crowd.
The keynote speaker at BookExpo America, publishing's annual national convention, Clinton was here to promote his memoir, "My Life," which comes out June 22 with a first printing of 1.5 million. Full Story
Janet Jackson Says She Has a Sexual Mind NEW YORK - Long before she exposed her right breast to the world during the Super Bowl halftime show, Janet Jackson says she had thoughts about sex.
Brooklyn Cheese Artist Makes Bed of Ham NEW YORK - An artist best known for decorative cheese has broadened his palette, or palate, to ham. Cosimo Cavallaro, who once repainted a New York hotel room in melted mozzarella, has covered a bed in processed ham. "I feel like I am back in my mother's deli," the artist said Thursday.
'Wicked' Star Hunts for Tonys Dress NEW YORK - Kristin Chenoweth wrinkles her nose as she tries on a gold sequined gown by Michael Kors. "I look like an Oscar," she decides. It's just a few days before the Tony Awards, and finding the right dress is yet another task in her frantic schedule.
Rev. Sharpton Joining CNBC As Commentator NEW YORK - Rev. Al Sharpton is joining CNBC as a political commentator for its coverage of the upcoming Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the network announced Thursday.
Dennis Quaid Proposes to Girlfriend LOS ANGELES - Dennis Quaid battles the forces of nature in his new movie, "The Day After Tomorrow," but he's surrendering to them in real life.
Diana's Former Butler Plans One-Man Show NEW YORK - Paul Burrell, Princess Diana's butler, announced plans Thursday for a one-man show. In "An Evening With Paul Burrell," the former royal servant will discuss his life with the princess and take questions from the audience.
NBC to Develop Motown Records Miniseries LOS ANGELES - A 12-hour series about the famed Motown Records music empire and its founder, Berry Gordy, is being developed for NBC.
LeAnn Rimes Pens Children's Book LAS VEGAS - LeAnn Rimes isn't planning to have babies anytime soon, but that hasn't stopped her from writing children's books.
Ex-'NYPD Blue' Star Settles Mold Case LOS ANGELES - Actor Nicholas Turturro has settled a lawsuit against a man who sold him a home in 2002 allegedly infested with toxic mold, lawyers said.