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Prince Andrew's daughter Princess Beatrice to marry in May

Prince Andrew's daughter Princess Beatrice to marry in May

LONDON — Britain is set for another royal wedding. Buckingham Palace announced Friday that Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter Princess Beatrice will marry in London on May 29.
Experts scramble, but new virus vaccine may not come in time

Experts scramble, but new virus vaccine may not come in time

WASHINGTON — The flu-like virus that exploded from China has researchers worldwide once again scrambling to find a vaccine against a surprise health threat, with no guarantee one will arrive in time.
Netflix finally gives subscribers the ability to shut off auto-play

Netflix finally gives subscribers the ability to shut off auto-play

TORONTO — Netflix is finally letting viewers turn off the auto-play preview function.
A guide to all the new condiments lining grocery shelves

A guide to all the new condiments lining grocery shelves

Sauces, dressings, salsas, mustards, honeys, international ingredients. The selection of condiments at grocery stores has expanded dramatically in recent years. Some are hardly new, except to those unfamiliar with certain cuisines.
Key is still making people laugh but flexing his drama chops

Key is still making people laugh but flexing his drama chops

NEW YORK — Keegan-Michael Key is transitioning out of over-the-top comedies to focus more on dramatic films, and for him, it’s no laughing matter.
Lorne Michaels apologizes for John Mulaney having to cancel another Toronto show

Lorne Michaels apologizes for John Mulaney having to cancel another Toronto show

TORONTO — "Saturday Night Live" creator Lorne Michaels is apologizing to his "fellow Canadians" for recruiting comedian John Mulaney for his show later this month, forcing him to cancel a Toronto appearance for a third time.
Women vying for Oscars salute their progress, snubs aside

Women vying for Oscars salute their progress, snubs aside

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The mood at Diane von Furstenberg’s lunch honouring this year’s female Oscar contenders could have been downbeat, given the shutout of women directors for Sunday’s awards. Instead, it was celebratory and defiant.
Publisher corrects subtitle of Desmond Cole's book to include the word 'black'

Publisher corrects subtitle of Desmond Cole's book to include the word 'black'

The publisher of Desmond Cole's "The Skin We're In" says it's re-jacketing the book after the word "black" was omitted from the subtitle.
King angry at CBS promo of interview questions about Bryant

King angry at CBS promo of interview questions about Bryant

NEW YORK — In the wake of a social media backlash, CBS' Gayle King says she is embarrassed and angry with how the network promoted part of her interview with WNBA star Lisa Leslie that concerned the late Kobe Bryant.

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestsellers

Bestselling Books Week Ended February 1 HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “American Dirt” by Jeanine Cummins (Flatiron Books) 2. "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse'' by Charlie Mackesy (Harperone) 3. “When You See Me” by Lisa Gardner(Dutton) 4.