Jolie goes into hospital for birth of twins

PARIS - Brangelina's twins aren't here yet, but the big day is drawing closer.

The seafront Lenval hospital in Nice in the south of France said Tuesday that Angelina Jolie had checked in at its Santa Maria maternity clinic to be kept under doctors' surveillance and get some rest before she gives birth.

'There's no urgency. It's been planned for a long time,' said Nadine Bauer, a hospital spokeswoman. 'She's very well. Everything is fine.'

The 33-year-old actress will almost certainly remain in the hospital until she gives birth, Bauer said.

Founder of New York magazine dies at 82

NEW YORK - Clay Felker, who revolutionized the magazine genre as founding editor of New York, bringing readers a smart, sassy mix of gossip and news that was replicated relentlessly across the country, died Tuesday. He was 82.

Felker died with his wife, writer Gail Sheehy, at his side at their New York City home after a battle with throat cancer, the magazine said.

'Those of us lucky enough to work in the house that he built are reminded every day of the depth of his genius,' New York Editor-in-Chief Adam Moss said. 'He created a kind of magazine that had never been seen before, told a kind of story that had never been told.'

Boy George cancels tour

NEW YORK - Boy George's plans for a North American tour have run into some bad karma.

The Culture Club singer, whose given name is George O'Dowd, has canceled his summer plans after U.S. authorities denied him a visa to enter the country.

O'Dowd, 47, had planned to officially kick off his 25-city tour in Aspen, Colo., on July 10, and was to throw in a free concert at the New York City Department of Sanitation's Family Day in August.