Rivera signs new deal with Fox News
NEW YORK - Geraldo Rivera, who has been a war correspondent and host of his own weekend show on Fox News Channel, said Tuesday he had signed a four-year contract to stay at the network.
The network confirmed it had re-signed Rivera. Rivera will keep his Saturday show ''At Large.''
Minogue thanks fans on Web site
MELBOURNE, Australia - Kylie Minogue has thanked her fans for their support since she was diagnosed with breast cancer, saying she'll have more treatment when she returns to Europe.
''I am getting through this one step at a time, and your messages of love and support have been greatly appreciated,'' the singer said in a posting Monday on her Web site.
Burt Reynolds, former girlfriend settle lawsuits
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Burt Reynolds and a former girlfriend have agreed to settle lawsuits they filed against each other in November, according to lawyers for both sides.
Pamela Seals, 49, sued the actor for abuse and broken promises one day after Reynolds sued her, alleging that she was threatening to falsely accuse him of abuse if he didn't pay millions of dollars in extortion.
Armstrong looks past racing to life with Sheryl Crow
MORZINE-AVORIAZ, France - Lance Armstrong is thinking about more than winning his seventh straight Tour de France. The cyclist is considering his future with Sheryl Crow.
Next up, a life with Crow and more kids?
''Sheryl and I are very happy. To me, when you have a relationship, you're happy and in love, children are a natural part of the equation,'' Armstrong said.
- From wire reports