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Best new movies and videos for week of Jan. 26: The Watchlist video
Pure joy from Paddington, a surprise from Liam Neeson and an Austrialian version of Wild starring Mia Wasikowska — Eli Glasner runs down the best new movies on the big and small screen.
Suge Knight arrested in fatal hit and run in L.A.
Authorities say rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight, the founder of Death Row Records, has been arrested on a murder charge in a fatal hit-and-run in Los Angeles.
Mordecai Richler's widow doubts Montreal will ever honour her husband audio
The widow of one of Canada's most celebrated authors says she has doubts about whether Montreal will ever honour her late husband.
Justin Bieber's childhood possessions to be auctioned on eBay
Justin Bieber fans will have the opportunity to bid on some of the pop star's childhood possessions during an online auction on eBay that begins on Saturday, with proceeds going to support a charity in Stratford, Ont.
Video Justin Bieber: 'I'm not who I was pretending to be' video
Justin Bieber has apologized to fans for coming off as "arrogant" and "conceited" following an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Arkells Max Kerman talks about Tom Petty lawsuit on CBC's Q audio
Max Kerman dropped by the Q studio this week to chat with Q guest-host and Canadian hip-hop artist, Shad. The two discussed the latest music news.
Rod McKuen, poet and songwriter, dead at 81
Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced "King of Kitsch" whose music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the 1960s and '70s won him an Oscar nomination and made him one of the best-selling poets in history, has died. He was 81.
Tom Petty calls Sam Smith song similarities 'a musical accident'
U.S. rocker Tom Petty says he has no hard feelings against U.K. singer Sam Smith after Smith's similar-sounding song put the artists in a creative 'predicament'.
Lil Wayne, Lollipop rapper, sues Cash Money record label for $51M
New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne is suing his Cash Money record label, claiming that it stiffed him for for a record he delivered last month.
Colleen McCullough, The Thorn Birds author, dies
Australian author Colleen McCullough, whose 1977 best-selling novel The Thorn Birds became a smash hit television miniseries, has died at the age of 77.