Ming-Na bears second child
LOS ANGELES - Ming-Na has given birth to her second child, an 8-pound, 9-ounce boy named Cooper Dominic Zee.
"Mother and baby are doing great," her husband, actor-producer-playwright Eric Zee, said.
Ming-Na, 41, played Dr. Deb Chen on "ER." This season, she appeared on the NBC drama "Inconceivable," about a fertility clinic, which has since been pulled from the network's schedule.
Producer says no mystery in Lee's death
HONG KONG - Bruce Lee's former producer, Raymond Chow, says the kung fu star's sudden death at age 32 is a straightforward case of taking the wrong medicine.
Lee died of an edema, or swelling of the brain, in the home of Hong Kong actress Betty Ting Pei in 1973. The coroner described his passing as "death by misadventure."
The circumstances of Lee's death fueled speculation that drugs were involved and Lee was having an affair with Ting.
Chow, one of the founders of Golden Harvest studios, said Lee died because he took headache medication that he was "hypersensitive" to at someone else's home, refraining from referring to Ting directly.
Bloomberg wins horse jump event
LAS VEGAS - A daughter of New York City's billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg won $16,000 in a horse jumping event.
Georgina Bloomberg, 22, defeated Michael Whitaker of Great Britain on Friday to win the knock-out event in the Las Vegas World Invitational show jumping contest.
"I've had the mare since she was 6 years old," Bloomberg said of Nadia, a 10-year-old Dutch warmblood mare. "She's a great speed horse."
Perot: Say no to TV
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Two-time presidential candidate and Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot is offering some parenting advice:
Keep your kids away from the TV. Give them some boxes to make forts. And let them have imaginary friends, Perot said.
Such activities stimulate the brain's synapses and boost creativity, which will do wonders later in life in the work place, he said.
- From wire reports