Wednesday, May 29, 2013

AssociatedPress 29/5/2013 :Fancy Footwork: Swing Dancing Engineers..AP Top Stories May 29 A..'The East' Stars Come Out West for LA Premiere

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Fancy Footwork: Swing Dancing Engineers Right-brained engineering students are exercising their left brains in a new class at Northwestern University's renowned school of engineering. They're learning to swing dance. And it could give future engineers a leg up on creativity. (May 29) AP Top Stories May 29 A Here's the latest news for Wednesday, May 29: Mothers now top earners in 4 in 10 US households; Reports: Woman who reported newborn in pipe is mom; Soyuz capsule docks with space station; Justin Bieber investigated for reckless driving. 'The East' Stars Come Out West for LA Premiere Brit Marling and Ellen Page discuss making indie films at the Los Angeles premiere of thriller 'The East,' while Patricia Clarkson shares her thoughts on former co-star Amanda Bynes. (May 29) ShowBiz Minute: Bieber, Khan, Jackson Justin Bieber investigated for reckless driving; Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan undergoes surgery; AEG Live co-CEO testifies in Jackson lawsuit trial. (May 29) Lawson Aren't Brokenhearted With Success British band Lawson look back on a year of international success and their collaboration with B.o.B. as they gear up for the release of new single 'Brokenhearted.' (May 29) Arterton and Ronan Vamp It Up Stars Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan talk about getting into character for their vampire thriller 'Byzantium,' directed by Neil Jordan. Arterton ended up in sex shops buying her outfits with the costume designer. (May 29) Raw: Tornado Leaves Trail of Damage in Italy A tornado strikes outside Milan, Italy - damages buildings, overturned vehicles and uprooted trees. No reports of casualties. (May 29) Gerwig Talks 'Francis Ha''s Take on Friendship Greta Gerwig's new film 'Frances Ha' is about a friendship in transition. She co-wrote the movie with its director Noah Baumbach. It's also in black and white. She talks about the movie and why she likes independent films. (May 29) Max Fowler Breathes New Life Into 'The Killing' British actor Max Fowler is among the new faces joining series regulars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman for season three of AMC's "The Killing." (May 29) Exclusive: Spelling Bee's New Vocab Test The country's top spellers are outside Washington for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. In an historic change, contenders must also know the definition of some words. The AP got exclusive access to the quiz kids took before taking the stage. (May 29) NTSB: Chemical Cargo Likely Caused Train Blast National Transportation Safety Board member Robert Sumwalt told reporters Wednesday that sodium chlorate in a rail car likely caused the explosion that happened minutes after a train derailed north of Baltimore on Tuesday. (May 29) Jailed Mom in Mexico: 'I Have Nothing to Hide' A mother of 7 from Arizona is being held in a Mexican jail, accused of smuggling drugs. Mexican soldiers claim they found 12 pounds of marijuana under Yanira Maldonado's bus seat. Her family claims she was framed. (May 30)

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