• Who deserves millions in art seized from Marcos regime?

    In this Sept. 26, 1982 file photo, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos and First Lady Imelda Marcos appear at a rally in the Los Angeles Sports Arena. A multimillion-dollar trove of seized Impressionist art believed to have been owned by the regime of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos has sat for five years in a climate-controlled New York warehouse, the subject of a bitter legal fight. At issue is whether the 50 works should go to thousands of victims of the now-dead dictator, to the current Filipino government or to the secretary to Imelda Marcos, who contends she was rightfully given some of the art as gifts. (AP Photo, File)

    NEW YORK (AP) — A multimillion-dollar trove of seized Impressionist art believed to have been owned by the regime of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos has sat for five years in a climate-controlled Brooklyn warehouse, the subject of a bitter legal fight.