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Joni Mitchell was rushed to the hospital after being found unconscious at her Los Angeles home yesterday afternoon, TMZ reports. The singer-songwriter regained consciousness in the ambulance and "is currently in intensive care undergoing tests," according to official website jonimitchell.com , which urged fans to "Light a candle and sing...
Robin Williams Locked Down His Image for 25 Years

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Going to the Doctor? Dont Give Out Your Social Security Number

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Cynthia Lennon, John's Ex, Has Died

Cynthia Lennon, who was Cynthia Powell before she married John Lennon in 1962, has died. She was 75. Fox News reports that Cynthia's son Julian Lennon confirmed the news, and Billboard has this statement from her rep: "Cynthia Lennon passed away today at her home in Mallorca, Spain following a...
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Owner of 840-Pound Emerald May Finally Be Decided

An 840-pound emerald is still without a clear owner after six years in police custody, but that could be settled soon in Los Angeles Superior Court. Judge Michael Johnson says a case to determine the rightful owner of the 180,000-carat Bahia Emerald, found in Brazil in 2001, will move...
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