Wednesday, May 29, 2013

AssociatedPress 28-5-2013 : ShowBiz Minute: McCartney, Daft Punk, Affleck..Judge: No Mention of Martin's Marijuana Use...Obama: Jersey Shore Is Back in Business

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ShowBiz Minute: McCartney, Daft Punk, Affleck Paul McCartney leaves a gift for Elvis Presley in Graceland; Daft Punk sets Spotify record; Ben Affleck receives honorary doctorate. (May 28) Judge: No Mention of Martin's Marijuana Use Attorneys won't be able to mention Trayvon Martin's drug use, suspension from school and past fighting during opening statements in the trial for the neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot the teen, a judge ruled Tuesday. (May 28) Obama: Jersey Shore Is Back in Business President Barack Obama declared the Jersey Shore is back seven months after Superstorm Sandy bore down on its famed boardwalks and seaside towns. (May 28) New Rutgers Athletic Dir. Faces Abuse Allegation Incoming Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann is facing allegations she verbally abused players while she was the volleyball coach at University of Tennessee. (May 28) Tika Sumpter Stars in OWN's 1st Scripted Series Actress Tika Sumpter stars in the new TV drama 'The Haves and the Have Nots' created, written and directed by Tyler Perry for OWN. She talks about the show and getting positive feedback from Oprah Winfey. (May 28) Missy Peregrym Talks 'Rookie Blue' Fan Fiction 'Rookie Blue' is back for its fourth season which means fans have all summer to root for Andy (Missy Peregrym) and Sam (Ben Bass) to get together. The pairing of the couple is so popular there is fan fiction devoted to the characters. (May 28) Chinese Hacking of Pentagon More Widespread A Defense Science Board Report, reviewed by the AP, says several dozen U.S weapons system designs were breached due to Chinese cyberspying. (May 28) Raw: Train Derailment and Explosion in Md. In AP exclusive video, an explosion at a cargo train derailment in a Baltimore suburb that shook homes at least half a mile away is caught on camera. (May 28) Oregon Teen in Court on School Bomb Plot Charges Bail has been set at $2 million for Grant Acord, a teenager accused of plotting to bomb his high school in Oregon. Prosecutors say the plot was inspired by the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado. (May 28)

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