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Last Update on April 28, 2015 07:12 GMT

ELVIS PRESLEY'S AIRPLANES STAY AT HIS HOME

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Elvis Presley's airplanes will not be leaving Graceland. Elvis Presley Enterprises released a statement saying the Lisa Marie and the Hound Dog II will remain permanently at Graceland. A company called OKC Partnership bought the planes after Presley died in 1977. It had an agreement to park the planes at Graceland in exchange for a cut of the ticket sales to tour the planes. Elvis Presley Enterprises wanted to end the agreement and told OKC to move the planes by yesterday. Lisa Marie Presley tweeted that Graceland now owns the planes and they will stay there forever.

STEPHEN HAWKING WEIGHS IN ON ZAYN MALIK

SYDNEY (AP) -- If you could ask a question of one of the most brilliant minds in the world, wouldn't you ask about Zayn Malik (MAL'-ihk) leaving One Direction? Someone did just that during a lecture given by physicist Stephen Hawking at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday. An audience member asked at the end of the lecture, "What do you think is the cosmological effect of Zayn leaving One Direction and consequently breaking the hearts of millions of teenage girls across the world?" Hawking's initial response: "Finally, a question about something important." He advised any heartbroken young girl to pay attention to theoretical physics, because science may someday prove the existence of multiple universes. He says in one of those universes, Malik could still be in One Direction, and in another, he's happily married to that brokenhearted girl.

BILLY CORGAN LANDS NEW WRESTLING GIG

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Billy Corgan has taken on a new job giving creative input to TNA Wrestling. Corgan will be TNA's senior producer of creative and talent development, effective immediately. He will develop characters and write story lines for the show "Impact Wrestling," which runs Friday nights on Destination America. Corgan says it's a dream come true, especially because TNA supports him continuing his music career. Corgan had been the creative director for Resistance Pro Wrestling but left in November. Smashing Pumpkins will kick off a tour with Marilyn Manson on June 16 outside Pittsburgh.

MOTORHEAD EXPLAIN LEMMY'S ILLNESS

UNDATED (AP) -- No need to worry that Lemmy from Motorhead is in failing health. Motorhead canceled their concert in Sao Paolo, Brazil, over the weekend after Lemmy suddenly became sick. Motorhead say on their Facebook page it was "a food related tummy problem." Lemmy is feeling better and Motorhead plan to make up the show.

ERIC PASLAY GETS MARRIED

NEW YORK (AP) -- Eric Paslay is a married man. People magazine reports Paslay married music publisher Natalie Harker on Sunday on a farm in Charlotte, Tennessee. Their first dance was to Frank Sinatra's version of "Moonlight Serenade," a nod to Paslay's grandfather and brothers, who played in a band by that name. The couple became engaged in December after dating for two years and knowing each other for seven. They will have a honeymoon in Italy.

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- There are two major economic reports on today's schedule, as the Federal Reserve policymakers begin a two-day meeting to set interest rates.

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 Companies that pride themselves on being eco-friendly may have conflicted
 ideas between marketing with ad specialties and maintaining their green
 reputation. ...

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"THE VOICE"

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Team Adam is down to a single performer as "The Voice" heads into a double elimination tonight.

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MOW TO OWN

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- You mow it -- you own it.

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IN THE NEWS: ESPN SUING VERIZON

UNDATED (AP) -- It's a lawsuit that might affect how pay-TV programming is packaged in this age of cord-cutting.

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