Jagger's promotion rattles fellow Rolling Stone Richards

London � Mick Jagger's knighthood in June caused a rocky patch for the Rolling Stones, with guitarist Keith Richards saying he went "berserk" when he heard the news.

In an interview with the music magazine Mojo, Richards said he reacted with "cold, cold rage at his blind stupidity."

The Stones are doing a series of 40th anniversary concerts, but Richards said Jagger's decision to accept the title of Sir Mick nearly ended the tour.

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts said Jagger deserved the title, but that Richards � who co-wrote many of the band's classic songs � should have been offered one, too.

A frosty reception

London � Actors Jude Law and Sadie Frost are parents again.

Frost gave birth to a boy, Rudy Law, Tuesday night, said Meena Khera, Law's spokeswoman.

The couple already have three children.

Law, 29, was nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar for his role in 1999's "The Talented Mr. Ripley."

Clintons exact comments in best, worst dressed list

New York � Chelsea Clinton's makeover from curly-locked college student to sleek international fashionista was the most shocking style moment of the year, according to People magazine's annual Best & Worst Dressed issue.

Also on the list of shocking fashion statements, in the magazine's Sept. 23 issue, are Brad Pitt's scruffy beard and long hair, Gwyneth Paltrow's Gothic-inspired Oscar gown, Tom Cruise's braces and Matt Lauer's buzz cut.

Among the magazine's choices for the best dressed celebrities are Halle Berry, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon. The worst dressed include Pamela Anderson, Christina Aguilera, Tara Reid and David Arquette.

Chelsea Clinton's mother, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, also earned a mention � on the worst dressed list, for wearing a full-length, dark blue ball gown with puffed sleeves.

Cronkite has career yearnings

San Diego � More than 20 years after signing off the air for the last time, retired CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite still regrets giving up his career.

A longing to return to work is with him "always, every day," the 85-year-old Cronkite said. But it hits him especially hard during major news events such as the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Cronkite was in Italy during the Sept. 11 attacks and couldn't return home for five days.


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