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Charlie Hunnam 'excited' to watch 'Fifty Shades of Grey'; was 'heartbroken' to exit film
"When Harry Met Sally," one of the most celebrated romantic comedies of all time, was released in theaters across America 25 years ago today. While the age-old question, "Can men and women just be friends?" remains, other elements of the movie seem a little more dated.
Armed rebels forced emergency workers to hand over all 196 bodies recovered from the Malaysia Airlines crash site and then loaded them onto refrigerated trains bound for a rebel-held city, officials and monitors said Sunday.
Cambodian ruling, opposition parties to hold fresh talks to end political deadlock
Family spokesman: Vic Atiyeh, two-term Republican governor of Oregon, dies at age 91
UN Security Council to vote Monday on Ukraine crash probe; Russia has doubts
Officials: 6 die in 2 plane crashes in northern Arizona
No 'Jaws' panic here: Frenzy over shark sightings off Cape Cod are a boon for tourism, sales
Gonzalez gets tiebreaking hit, Dodgers beat Cardinals 4-3 to avoid three-game sweep
Access to the crash site is difficult because of the terrain.
Q&A: How Malaysia Airlines can restore employee and customer confidence after 2 disasters
Obama, Australian PM call for plane probe; want Russia to use influence with separatists
Ga. Senate race zeroes in on metro Atlanta, north Georgia ahead of Tuesday's GOP runoff
A man who died after a New York City police officer took him to the ground in a chokehold appeared to have little damage to his neck and trachea, according to preliminary autopsy results, a law enforcement source said, but that may not be enough to keep him from being disciplined or even facing criminal charges.
Collmenter goes 7, Arizona scores on an unusual play for 3-game sweep of Cubs
UN atomic agency: Iran does away with nuclear stockpile closest to material used to make arms
Drought intensifying in Jamaica as water supply systems well below normal, official warns
Three days after flight MH 17 was shot down while flying above eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and 15 crew members, 196 bodies have been transported to refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, nine miles away from the crash site.