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Sophia Loren was worried Jayne Mansfield's dress was 'going to blow'

It's a famous photograph: Sophia Loren, seated at a table, looking with side-eyed concern at Jayne Mansfield's breasts, which threaten to spill out of her low-cut dress.

Rose McGowan apologizes to gay community

"Charmed" actress Rose McGowan has a bone to pick with the gay community -- but first she has an apology to make.

'Star Wars 7' gets a title: 'The Force Awakens'

"Star Wars 7" has a title: "The Force Awakens."

Netflix plans Lemony Snicket TV series

Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" will now be told as a TV series.

Suspect arrested after photos of slain woman posted online

Oregon authorities have arrested a man accused of killing his girlfriend in Washington state and posting gruesome pictures of her body online.

Perry to make first courtroom appearance following indictment

A Thursday pre-trial hearing on Gov.

FBI: Abducted Philadelphia woman found alive in Maryland; suspect arrested

 A Philadelphia police detective made a promise to a devastated mother: "I'm bringing your girl home." The promise has been kept.

90-year-old Florida man charged for feeding homeless people

 Arnold Abbott handed out four plates of food to homeless people in a South Florida park. Then police stopped the 90-year-old from serving up another bite.

Nintendo offering "sleep" technology

Nintendo is unveiling some brand-new technology, and it's not a video game. It's a bedside sensor that tracks your sleep, and gives you suggestions on how to improve it. Nintendo is making the "quality of life" device.

CNN: Army says word Negro OK to use

A newly published U.S. Army regulation says a service member can be referred to as a "Negro" when describing "black or African American" personnel.