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Mike Reynolds authored California's three-strikes law after his daughter, Kimber, was killed in a 1992 purse snatching. On Tuesday, Californians approved a ballot initiative that weakens the law — a measure Reynolds opposed. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Mario Kreutzberger, aka Don Francisco, has served as host of Sábado Gigante since the show's debut in 1962. The variety show will mark its 50th anniversary on Saturday. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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After his best friend and beloved dog dies, Victor Frankenstein (Charlie Tahan) decides to harness the power of mad science to bring Sparky back to life — albeit a little the worse for wear. Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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Andy Williams, shown here performing, died Tuesday at the age of 84. Tony Russell/Redferns hide caption

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The Record

'Moon River' Singer Andy Williams Has Died

The clean-cut crooner had 18 gold albums and hits that stretched from the '60s into the '90s.

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Juanes' latest album is all acoustic, and was recorded in front of a live audience as part of MTV's Unplugged series. MTV hide caption

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Workers dismantle an installation that was set up for the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in Paris. It had been scheduled for Friday night but was canceled after a gunman killed 12 people at a Colorado opening of the same film. Jacques Brinon/AP hide caption

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