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Posted at 6:49 PM ET, 11/22/2010

This just in...: Leonardo DiCaprio unhurt in plane mishap, Gawker takes down Sarah Palin excerpts

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Leo -- whew! -- still alive. (Shizuo Kambayashi/AP)

  • Tragedy averted! Leonardo DiCaprio was one of the passengers onboard the Moscow-bound plane that had to return to NYC's JFK airport Sunday for an emergency landing, his rep told reporters Monday. (Also: 200 other people. No one hurt.) The actor was on his way to an endangered species conference in St. Petersburg.

  • Gawker.com removed images it posted of full pages from Sarah Palin's new book before its official release, after an order from a federal judge this weekend. Palin's publisher HarperCollins had filed a copyright infringement suit against the gossip site, seeking unspecified damages.

  • By The Reliable Source  | November 22, 2010; 6:49 PM ET
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