GRIM REPERCUSSIONS? Clintons (Photo: Getty Images) • Onward, hos: Hillary Clinton defeated Barack Obama by 10 points in Tuesday's Pennsylvania primaries. "Some people counted me out and said to drop out, but the American people don't quit and they deserve a president who doesn't quit either," Clinton told supporters in Philly.
• Garage days: Tom Cruise needs a hit about now, especially if he's going to be throwing $100k birthday bashes for Suri. Increasingly, it looks like that hit's probably not going to come in the form of the Nazi movie Universal Artists is keeping under lock and key.
• In vitro veritas: Yale university has banned Aliza Shvarts' "abortion art" project from the opening of a campus exhibit, but it may may still be included in the show itself, which only runs through May 1. The university came to the decision Tuesday after Shvarts refused to say she'd lied about undergoing multiple inseminations and self-induced miscarriages for art.
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