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Abuse Allegations Revive Woody Allen's Trial By Media

Actress Mia Farrow and two of her children have revived allegations that the film director sexually abused his daughter more than 20 years ago. The charges and countercharges are playing out not in the legal system but in social media, on blogs and in big-name publications.

Inaki Urdangarin, the husband of Spain's Princess Infanta Cristina, is accused of embezzling millions of dollars. The princess is scheduled to appear in court Saturday to face allegations of tax fraud. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong: Spain's Princess Accused Of Fraud

Spain's royal family, which used to face little criticism, is increasingly becoming a target over its spending habits during Spain's economic woes. The king's youngest daughter, Infanta Cristina, and her husband have had their mansion confiscated and are now facing allegations of fraud.

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First Evacuees Leave Syrian City Of Homs

The Assad regime and rebel leaders agreed on a plan to allow some civilians to leave the besieged city and to let some aid go in. On Friday, about 80 people were brought out. The group was mostly older men, but included some women and children.

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Frank Stokes (George Clooney), Walter Garfield (John Goodman) and Sam Epstein (Dimitri Leonidas) are part of a World War II platoon ordered to rescue stolen art from the Nazis in The Monuments Men, directed by George Clooney. Claudette Barius/Courtesy of Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Plenty Of Heart, Not Much Art In 'Monuments Men'

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Technology Tracks Crews Through The Fog Of Wildfire

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Shy Jamaican boy Ziggy (Jobari Parker-Namdar) and his friend Nansi (Brittany Williams) are main characters in Three Little Birds, an off-Broadway musical driven by Bob Marley's infectious reggae songs — and created by his daughter Cedella Marley. Michael Horan/New Victory Theater hide caption

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A Reggae Romp For The Family, With Marley's Music At Heart

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First Evacuees Leave Syrian City Of Homs

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Iran's President Rouhani Gets The Benefit Of The Doubt, For Now

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Abuse Allegations Revive Woody Allen's Trial By Media

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A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong: Spain's Princess Accused Of Fraud

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The Beatles' Yearlong Journey To 'The Ed Sullivan Show'

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