David Duchovny, best known for his starring roles in "The X-Files" and "Californication," has announced he's got a debut album on the way, the latest in a long line of actors to take the leap into music. Duchovny is something of a Renaissance man already, having published his debut novel, "Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale," last month. With time between the end of his run on "Californication" and the upcoming series "Atlantis" (plus a recently announced "X-Files" revival), he's now turned his attention to music, with the album "Hell or Highwater" due out May 12 from ThinkSay Records and a lead single now out on iTunes. Johansson released her debut album, "Anywhere I Lay My Head," in 2008, offering up a collection of Tom Waits covers plus one original song.
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Protesters disrupted U.S. Supreme Court proceedings for the third time in just over a year on Wednesday, with several people shouting out before the nine justices heard oral arguments in a bankruptcy case. The protesters criticized two court rulings that pared back campaign finance restrictions. Activist group 99Rise, which was responsible for the previous disruptions in February 2014 and this January, issued a statement saying it was behind the protest.