LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It's a go for J. Lo and Ben Affleck.
The singer-actress confirms rumors that she's engaged to the actor in an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer set to air Wednesday.
The couple, who have been photographed kissing everywhere over the past few months, were recently engaged in a "traditional, but also in a very spectacular way," Lopez says.
Lopez didn't mention a wedding date, but the couple could tie the knot on Valentine's Day, according to friends and sources quoted in the Nov. 18 issue of People magazine.
Affleck, 30, has never been married. Lopez, 32, has had two previous marriages.
Stunner from Oprah
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Talk show host Oprah Winfrey stunned a college audience with a major donation for scholarships.
While giving the keynote speech at Cuyahoga Community College's scholarship luncheon, Winfrey offered to match the $600,000 the event was expected to raise for scholarships.
College President Jerry Sue Thornton was as surprised as everyone else.
"We had no idea," Thornton said. "This means so much. We had to turn away students who wanted to come in the fall because we didn't have enough scholarship money."
Trump rescues golf course
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (AP) -- Billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump plans to turn a beleaguered Cliffside golf club into a world class course.
Trump said he intends to close on the Ocean Trails Golf Club by December and hopes to begin improvements by January.
The golf course, which overlooks the Pacific Ocean, lost three holes in 1999 when part of it slid into the sea. Engineers have spent several years reinforcing the land.
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