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Columbian singer Shakira speaks to guests at the Carl Hayden Youth Center Thursday, April 29, 2010 in Phoenix. The pop star was visiting Phoenix to voice her opposition to the new Arizona immigration law. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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Shakira has cleared her calendar and is heading to Phoenix on Thursday, where she plans to meet with the Mayor and Chief of Police to discuss ways to campaign against the controversial immigration law passed in Arizona last week.The law — signed Friday by Republican Gov. Jan Brewer — makes it a state crime to […] Continue reading Shakira Speaks Out Against Arizona Immigration Law

A movie shot in Australia starring French actress Charlotte Gainsbourg, “The Tree”, will be screened to mark the close of this year’s Cannes film festival, the organisers said on Thursday. The film by French director Julie Bertucelli, based on a novel by Judy Pascoe, is about a 10-year-old Australian girl called Simone, played by Morgana Davies, who hears the … Continue reading French-Australian film to close Cannes festival

Little Louis Bardo Bullock — son of actress Sandra Bullock — may be only a few months old, but he’s already snatching headlines from some of Hollywood most seasoned vets. The Bullocks weren’t the only big story featured on the pages of PEOPLE this week — it’s also the magazine’s 21st annual “Most Beautiful People….” […] Continue reading Sandra Bullock & Baby Son Louis Bump Julia Roberts Off The Cover Of PEOPLE

NEW YORK (Reuters) – When it comes to influence, President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton and pop star Lady Gaga have it, but Secretary of State Hillary Clinton does not, according to a Time magazine list published Thursday. Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, South Korean skating champion Kim Yu-na, Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs and Brazilian President Luiz … Continue reading Obama, Bill Clinton influential, Hillary not: TIME