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STORRS, Connecticut - In a story Feb. 26 about a misconduct investigation at the University of Connecticut, The Associated Press in one instance erroneously reported the identity of the person described in emails to the university as having abused children. The emails identified the person as Robert Miller, a music professor, not David Woods, former dean of fine arts. An investigative report accuses Woods of not taking appropriate action after learning of the allegations against Miller.
JERUSALEM - David O. Russell's crime drama "American Hustle" could be a big winner at Sunday's Academy Awards. But for the movie's many international fans, it may take a little longer to realize it. In their country, there is simply no word that captures the true essence of "Hustle."
BEVERLY HILLS, California - Leonardo DiCaprio is poking his head out of a poolside room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
"Mad as Hell: The Making of 'Network' and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies" (Times Books), by Dave Itzkoff