Archive for April 22nd, 2011

Lindsay Lohan, left, arrives with her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley for a preliminary hearing, Friday, April 22, 2011, at LAX Courthouse in Los Angeles. Lohan is in court for a hearing on a felony grand theft charge involving a necklace reported stolen by an upscale jewelry store. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Lindsay Lohan Sentenced to 120 Days in Jail

Several bailiffs led Lindsay Lohan from a Los Angeles courtroom on Friday after a judge who heard evidence against the actress in a theft case…



Bratz face a changed doll aisle in revival bid

NEW YORK (AP) — MGA Entertainment will face a transformed doll aisle as it attempts to rebuild its Bratz brand following its victory Thursday against Mattel in their long-running legal battle. A decade ago the saucy dolls, with their pouty lips and skimpy attire, caused a sensation when they gave the classic Barbie doll a run for her money. These days, Barbie is selling briskly, and new competitors and imitators have become hit toys



Celtics’ Shaq ‘closer’ but no timetable on return

NEW YORK (AP) — Shaquille O’Neal is “closer” to returning, although Boston coach Doc Rivers isn’t sure when that will be. O’Neal traveled with the Celtics to New York for Game 3, but doesn’t intend to play Friday. He could be available for Game 4 on Sunday.



UConn player arrested on drug charge

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GM likely to retake No. 1 sales spot from Toyota

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is almost certain to claim the title of world’s biggest automaker this year, retaking the top spot from Toyota, which has been hurt by production problems since the Japanese earthquake and still can’t escape the shadow of major safety recalls. The No. 1 title, a morale booster for the winner’s employees and managers, would cap GM’s remarkable comeback from bankruptcy.



GM likely to retake No. 1 sales spot from Toyota

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is almost certain to claim the title of world’s biggest automaker this year, retaking the top spot from Toyota, which has been hurt by production problems since the Japanese earthquake and still can’t escape the shadow of major safety recalls. The No.