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Piero di Cosimo Renaissance retrospective at National Gallery of Art

The last time the United States saw a Piero di Cosimo retrospective was in 1938, a few months before Germany invaded Prague. More showcase than retrospective, the exhibition consisted of seven paintings at Schaeffer Galleries, a small but important New York gallery that specialized in old master works and sold numerous masterpieces to museums throughout the United States.

Christine McVie, 71, who has spent the past decade and a half at her home in Kent, England, was clearly joyous to be back with her old bandmates. (Associated Press)

Christie McVie returns to Fleetwood Mac for ‘On With the Show’ tour

- The Washington Times

British-American pop rock band Fleetwood Mac, performing before a sold-out crowd Friday night at the Verizon Center in the District of Columbia, was in a celebratory mood for reaching a four-decade milestone and for the return of keyboardist/vocalist Christie McVie to the lineup for the first time since 1999.

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This image from video shows Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight, right, walking into the Los Angeles County Sheriffs department early Friday morning Jan. 30, 2015 in connection with a hit-and-run incident that left one man dead and another injured. (AP Photo/OnSceneVideo via AP Television)

Detectives review video to find clues in 'Suge' Knight case

- Associated Press

Investigators were reviewing a video of an incident in which Marion "Suge" Knight struck two men with his pickup - leaving one dead and the other injured - to help shed light on whether the rap music mogul was a perpetrator or victim in a case that led to his arrest.

Jermell Harris, of Gary, recently joined the Caregiver Homes of Indiana program so he could live with and take care of his elderly mother. (AP Photo/The Times of Northwest Indiana, John J. Watkins)

Program helps Indiana families keep aging loved ones at home

- Associated Press

After a series of strokes left Lena Harris unable to do most things by herself, her 26-year-old son became her full-time caregiver. It hasn't been easy, but Jermell Harris decided he would do whatever it took to keep his mother out of a nursing home.

'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' sweeps Sundance Awards

- Associated Press

Sundance breakout "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a quirky, heartfelt story about a pair of high school film-lovers who befriend a girl with cancer, won both the U.S. dramatic audience award and the grand jury prize at the 31st Sundance Film Festival awards, announced Saturday.

ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, FEB. 1 AND THEREAFTER - In this Dec. 31, 2014 photo, Brad Vogelgesang sits at home in LaSalle, Ill., with his wife, Genevieve, and son, Henry.  Somewhere during his stint in the U.S. Marine Corps, Vogelgesang volunteered his name for a bone marrow registry. He returned recently from Washington, D.C., where he consented to a stem-cell harvest destined for a leukemia patient in Australia and is now awaiting word on whether his stem cell donation helped out the anonymous recipient. (AP Photo/NewsTribune, Chris Yucus)

EXCHANGE: Illinois marrow donor shares story

- Associated Press

Somewhere during his long stint in the U.S. Marine Corps, Brad Vogelgesang of La Salle volunteered his name for a bone marrow registry.

Conner Prairie overhauls balloon exhibit with eye on history

- Associated Press

In the six years since Conner Prairie's 1859 Balloon Voyage launched, the orange-and-yellow tethered balloon has become a real-life map pin hovering above Fishers, marking a destination that draws more than 300,000 visitors a year.

UMMC bound by thousands of bodies buried on campus

- Associated Press

Thousands of bodies of mental patients remain buried on the grounds of the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and officials are stymied about what to do.