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The Roche drug, Ocrevus, secured FDA approval for two forms of multiple sclerosis.
Jon Gosselin's 'Blessing' Involves Stripping

"Being a part of something is a blessing," former reality TV star Jon Gosselin tells Entertainment Tonight . The "something" he's referring to is a group of people, but not the one he originally became famous for. The 39-year-old confirms that he'll be stripping in Atlantic City's Dusk Nightclub on April...
'Best Acting Mamma' Dead at Age 69

An actress described on IMDB as "lovable, impressionable, and immeasurably talented" has died at the age of 69, though most people recognize her through her character rather than her real name. Family members say Darlene Cates, who played Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio's obese mom in What's Eating Gilbert Grape...
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New CEO Jeff Gennette Takes the Reins at Macy's

Struggling retail giant Macy's (NYSE: M) has a new leader. The company announced that, effective immediately,Jeff Gennette is its CEO, after being elected unanimously by the board of directors. The vote was only a formality. The company announced last summer that Gennette would ascend to the position in this year's first quarter. Gennette replaces Terry Lundgren, who had occupied the CEO chair since 2003.
City Sues Reality Star Over Run-Down, $2 House

The city of Minneapolis has been drawn into an old-fashioned reality TV spat. The Star Tribune reports the city is suing Nicole Curtis, the star of HGTV's Rehab Addict (it's about fixing-up houses, not drug recovery), over a house she bought from the city for $2 back in 2012. The...
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