Magician's Asia shows canceled
BANGKOK, Thailand - David Copperfield has canceled upcoming shows in Southeast Asia following an FBI search of his Las Vegas warehouse and a casino theater where he performs.
The cancellations came after FBI agents conducted searches in Las Vegas last week following allegations that Copperfield 'forced himself' on an unidentified woman.
Carey talks about her new perfume
NEW YORK - Even though Mariah Carey has a new fragrance, she never was the type to spray on a scent before she left the house. In fact, Carey says she never really wore perfumes until she fell in love with her own creation, 'M.'
'This is the first fragrance that I wear,' Carey said. 'I'm not really a perfume person at all.'
McCartney says deleting things good for mind
PARIS - Paul McCartney says the inspiration for the title of his latest album, 'Memory Almost Full,' came from a phrase he saw on his cell phone.
'It seemed symbolic of our lives today,' the 65-year-old ex-Beatle said Monday. 'Your messages are always full. And your mind is full. And it doesn't matter if you're my age or 20. I think that we all need to delete stuff every so often.'
Soap star faces assault charge
NEW YORK - Nathaniel Marston, who plays a doctor on ABC's 'One Life to Live,' has been released without bail following his arraignment on assault and other charges in an altercation in midtown Manhattan.
Marston, 32, attacked three men with a crate around 4:30 a.m. Sunday at 10th Avenue and 45th Street, says a felony complaint filed in Manhattan Criminal Court.
The complaint charges that Marston struck one man on the hand; hit another in the back of the neck, causing bruising and swelling; then caused the third man to be hospitalized with a broken leg.