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Court tosses defamation suits by founder of rock band Boston

- Associated Press

Defamation lawsuits filed by the founder of the rock group Boston against the ex-wife of the band’s late lead singer and the Boston Herald were thrown out Wednesday by the highest court in Massachusetts.

Country star Lawrence feeds Music City’s neediest for Thanksgiving

- The Washington Times

Tracy Lawrence is spending the holiday week not only giving thanks but giving back: The country music star and his family have taken time from their Thanksgiving preparations to help some of Nashville’s neediest. “Growing up as a kid, I was involved in the church, so I’ve always tried to give back doing different things,” Mr. Lawrence told The Washington Times of his 10th annual “Missions: Possible” Turkey Fry, which took place Tuesday at Nashville’s City Winery.

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Brian Williams settles into new job at MSNBC

- Associated Press

Coming out of a commercial break shortly before 11:20 a.m., Brian Williams had slipped into the anchor chair on MSNBC Tuesday as President Barack Obama met with French President Francois Hollande.

Boston Marathon bombing survivors brace for movies on attack

- Associated Press

Less than three years after bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon, two movies, a play and an HBO documentary are in the works, causing decidedly mixed feelings among some of those most touched by the tragedy.

Court: Sherri Shepherd can't get out of surrogacy contract

- Associated Press

Television personality and actress Sherri Shepherd has been found legally responsible for a child born to a surrogate she and her ex-husband hired before they divorced, a Pennsylvania appeals court ruled this week in upholding the surrogacy contract.