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British police are investigating newspaper photos that show art collector Charles Saatchi with his hands around the throat of his wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson.
J.K. Rowling's long-awaited website for all things Harry Potter will be open for business in early April.
The secret of "Pottermore" has been revealed — Harry Potter's wild wizard adventures are going digital.
Harry Potter battled the forces of evil and now is set to conquer the web _ coming to e-books in a groundbreaking deal that has delighted fans but alarmed the book industry that helped make creator J.K. Rowling a billionaire.
Rowling spokesman Mark Hutchinson said Thursday that the sale date for e-books had not been confirmed.
"We've had a lot of requests for online games," she said. "I wanted to pull it back to reading."