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Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks at the Israel 63rd Independence Day Celebration hosted by the Consulate General of Israel in Los Angeles, Tuesday, May 10, 2011. Schwarzenegger was honored at the event. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
FILE - In this Dec. 6, 2010 file photo, then California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger smiles during a during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. Schwarzenegger could soon return to his acting career with a new animated TV show called "The Governator." The project is in partnership with comic-book legend Stan Lee and animated film producer Andy Heyward. It will be officially announced Monday, April 4, 2011 at the MIPTV trade show in Cannes, France. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, left, jokes with host Jay Leno during the show
Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger addresses supporters following his victory in the California gubernatorial recall election in Los Angeles Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles and Monterey counties as wildfires burn large areas and threaten homes.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is shown in this, Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2005 file photo. Schwarzenegger broke his leg while skiing with his family Saturday morning.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger holds 21-month-old Brenna Neault during a campaign stop Halloween in Ontario, Calif.
People sit in front of a videowall showing Arnold Schwarzenegger during his election campaign for running govenor of California on Tuesday in Graz, Austria during an election party.
LOS ANGELES - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will need crutches, screws to secure his thigh bone and several weeks of recovery after undergoing surgery on his broken leg, his surgeon said. The 59-year-old governor, actor and former bodybuilder was scheduled for surgery Tuesday morning.
LOS ANGELES - Arnold Schwarzenegger has played the role of Hamlet more than Terminator in recent weeks, deliberating whether to be or not to be a candidate for governor of California.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Arnold Schwarzenegger will share the special election spotlight this week with a couple of Hollywood counterparts from the opposite side of the political fence. Warren Beatty and Rob Reiner are working with groups opposing the Republican governor's agenda to campaign against his initiatives.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Arnold Schwarzenegger is displaying formidable fund-raising skills as speculation mounts he is planning to make a bid to replace Gov. Gray Davis in a recall campaign.
LOS ANGELES - Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger said Wednesday that he was promised "a very smooth transition" by ousted Gov. Gray Davis and vowed that he and his advisers would "open up the books" as they begin to tackle California's ailing economy.
GRAZ, Austria - From an Internet chat room in China to Arnold Schwarzenegger's boyhood home in Austria, the world marveled Wednesday at a uniquely American political triumph with more glitter than a Hollywood gala.
LOS ANGELES - Arnold Schwarzenegger ended the suspense Wednesday and jumped into the race for California governor, instantly becoming the best-known of the declared candidates seeking to replace Democrat Gray Davis in a recall.
‘The Last Stand’
LOS ANGELES - With a surprise jump into California's recall race, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger touched off the heaviest tremors in the state's political earthquake to date, saying he wasn't afraid of attacks sure to come from Democrats and conservative Republicans alike.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks with supporters during his third
BOSTON - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy says he won't support the gubernatorial ambitions of Arnold Schwarzenegger, who's married to Maria Shriver, Kennedy's niece.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is headed to MTV to promote Earth Day with an 800-horsepower car that runs on renewable biodiesel fuel.
LOS ANGELES - Arnold Schwarzenegger's foray into California's gubernatorial recall election poses a dilemma for broadcasters who might be tempted to show his films during the race: Doing so would allow rival candidates to demand equal time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, bodybuilder and actor, is now also governor-elect of California. But if he thought it tough to fight his way through a campaign with 134 other candidates and charges that he was a groper, a liar and clueless about the job he sought, he ought to remember a line from an old movie: "You ain't seen nothing yet."
"The Last Stand" is the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie you didn't even realize you wanted to see.
SAN DIEGO - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed an open secret Friday, telling supporters that he's running for re-election next year - an early announcement designed to re-energize his sagging political momentum.