Spears' 'red light' video entered as evidence in case
LOS ANGELES - The video of Britney Spears apparently running a red light with her children in the car was submitted into court Friday, a week after anyone with an Internet connection could judge it for themselves.
There was no word on the possible impact of the latest piece of evidence entered in the child-custody battle between the pop star and ex-husband Kevin Federline in a Los Angeles Superior Court.
James Brown's turkey giveaway to continue
AUGUSTA - A Thanksgiving tradition sponsored by James Brown is being continued in this first year after the soul pioneer's death with the annual turkey giveaway in his hometown.
In his place, longtime confidant and civil rights activist Al Sharpton will hand out the first turkey Monday.
Brown started the turkey tradition in 1991. He died of heart failure last Christmas at age 73.
'Dr. Phil' critic wants court to set nonmonetary agreement aside
PHOENIX - A Phoenix man is asking a court to set aside a settlement agreement and clear the way for a $100 million lawsuit against Dr. Phil McGraw and the producers of his TV show for discrimination.
Neal David Sutz said staff members at the 'Dr. Phil' show discriminated against him after he told them he had bipolar disorder.
Sutz said he was to be a member of the audience in September 2003 and told staff members about his disorder. Sutz said he was then told not to speak during the show or communicate with McGraw or staff members.
Strike: Stagehands and producers resume talks
NEW YORK - Broadway's stagehands and theater producers resumed talking Saturday, a week after a walkout by Local 1 shut down more than two dozen plays and musicals.
The two sides met at an undisclosed location, their first meeting since Nov. 8, when Thomas C. Short, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, gave the local authority to strike.