Breaking Dawn didn't break any box office records this weekend, but it didn't fare too poorly, either.

The fourth installment in The Twilight Saga is estimated to have earned $139.5 million on Friday and Saturday, the fifth most lucrative opening weekend in Hollywood history. New Moon actually bested this edition by $4 million on 2004.

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Jeremy London is a wanted man.

The actor - best known for his former role on Party of Five and a recent patient on Celebrity Rehab - is on the run after his girlfriend called the Palm Springs Police Department Friday due to an argument over custody of their child that allegedly resulted in an assault.

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The U.S. Marine Corps motto, Semper Fidelis (often shortened to Semper Fi), translates to always faithful. Mila Kunis was faithful to promise she made when she attended a Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, N.C., on Friday with Sgt. Scott Moore.

Moore famously asked her to the event this summer on YouTube:

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The last two weeks of Dancing With the Stars haven't surprised us. Nancy Grace lasted longer than people expected, and Hope Solo couldn't hang with the top three.

Going into the finals, it really is anyone's game. J.R. Martinez, Rob Kardashian and Ricki Lake all deserve to be there, and have decent shots at the Mirror Ball.

Taylor Swift will be featured on tomorrow night's installment of 60 Minutes and, in a few excerpts released from the upcoming interview, the star makes it clear that she's open to her status as a role model.

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A judge has set the trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards to begin January 30, a week earlier than when prosecutors and defense lawyers sought.

In federal court, U.S. District Judge Catherine Eagles signed an order Tuesday setting the schedule for Edwards' trial on charges of campaign finance violations.

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