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ABC News Reporter Elizabeth Vargas Back in Rehab

ABC News reporter Elizabeth Vargas has returned to a recovery center to be treated for alcohol dependency, she and the network said Sunday.

The "20/20" co-anchor said in an emailed statement that she checked into a treatment facility this weekend while on vacation.

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Jackie Chan: It's Time to Slow Down

Action movie veteran Jackie Chan admits doing stunt work is "not like it used to be" as he no longer bounces back from big scenes.

"The next morning, you realize wow, it hurts!" says the actor, who turned 60 earlier this year.

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Germany: Bieber Pays Bill for Former Pet Monkey

German authorities say Justin Bieber has paid 8,000 euros ($10,700) he owed after attempting to bring a pet monkey into the country last year without the necessary papers.

Bieber failed to produce vaccination and import papers for Mally the monkey on arriving in Munich in March 2013, and the animal was seized by customs. Mally became the German government's property after the singer failed to claim his pet, and now lives at a zoo in northern Germany.

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Laughing Matter: 'Patch Adams' Brings Humor Therapy

Bubbling with optimism and energy, the U.S. physician who was the inspiration for the Robin Williams film "Patch Adams" will do anything to elicit a soothing laugh.

Even something as bawdy as flatulence is not out of bounds for Hunter Adams. He addressed that earthy issue this week during a visit to Peruvian children with cancer and brought the house down.

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Candlelight Vigil Marks 37 Years after Elvis Death

Fans of Elvis Presley are making a nighttime candlelit walk past his gravesite at Graceland during a memorial of his death 37 years ago.

Devotees of the King of Rock 'n' Roll participate each year in a vigil on the anniversary of his death. Presley died at age 42 on Aug. 16, 1977, of a heart attack in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Letterman Nominated for Humor Prize

David Letterman, maybe your next career should be as an author.

The CBS "Late Show" host, scheduled to step down in 2015, is a finalist for this year's Thurber Prize for American Humor. Letterman and illustrator Bruce McCall have been nominated for the satirical picture book "This Land Was Made for You and Me (But Mostly Me)."

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The Fashion World Looks Back on Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall had one condition when the Fashion Institute of Technology wrote recently to ask if it could turn hundreds of personal garments she donated into an exhibition about her style.

"She said, 'Yes, it's fine, as long as it's high-quality — Diana Vreeland style,'" recalled Valerie Steele, director of The Museum at FIT.

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New Tricks Can't Rescue 'Expendables 3'

In its third incarnation, "The Expendables" has become, well, expendable.

Despite some ruthless new tactics, there's no saving "The Expendables 3," the overpopulated third outing of Sylvester Stallone's all-star action ensemble.

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Golden Globes Group Holds another Starry Dinner

Call it Golden Globes Lite. Only instead of trophies, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out nearly $2 million in grants to nonprofit groups.

The organization behind the annual Golden Globe Awards drew on its boozy dinner model to present the donations Thursday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with stars including Morgan Freeman, Sofia Vergara, Kerry Washington, Channing Tatum and Robert Pattinson dining together before appearing onstage to accept the grants.

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Robin Williams Had Early Stage Parkinson's

Hollywood actor Robin Williams, found dead this week after an apparent suicide, was suffering from depression and the early stages of Parkinson's disease, his wife said Thursday.

The beloved comedian's personal assistant found Williams hanging from his belt in a bedroom of his California home on Monday, sparking speculation about his long public battle with addiction.

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