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Roundup: Madonna, 3-D Abs, Vermont


"Celebration": The video for the new Madonna single, with cameo appearances by her boyfriend, model Jesus Luz, and her daughter, Lourdes Leon, world-premiered as a free iTunes download on Tuesday.

Alleged hate-crime victim lied: Police say that 29-year-old Shawn Bennett, who claimed he was assaulted by a homophobic group in Lansing, Mich., on Saturday night, lied about the attack, having tortured and burned his own body with a cigarette to cause the injuries.

The comeback client: Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, who resigned last year in the wake of a prostitution scandal, reportedly is considering a bid for statewide office in 2010.

Get your 3-D abs here: NFL star Terrell Owens demonstrates his workout routine.

Rhode Island governor to address antigay group: LGBT activists urged Gov. Don Carcieri not to attend and deliver the keynote speech at a fund-raiser for the Massachusetts Family Institute on October 5.

Mourning for DJ AM: Friends of Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein , who was found dead last week, wondered about the fate of his reality show concerning drug addiction that was scheduled to premiere on MTV in October.

Fires bear down on Los Angeles: A massive forest fire menacing the Los Angeles area continued to grow on Tuesday, though officials said its rate of expansion seemed to be decreasing, and they expressed optimism about battling the blaze.

Point, counterpoint: A small group of Westboro Baptist Church members protested marriage equality in Vermont on Tuesday, the day same-sex marriage became legal in the state, and were met with counterprotesters in Burlington.

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