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  • Caitlyn Jenner's reality show axed after only two seasons

    Caitlyn Jenner's reality show axed after only two seasons

    Despite the cancellation, Jenner tweeted that she was happy with her time during the show and that she was grateful for gaining a new trans family through the show. Despite the numerous setbacks encountered by the show during its last season, " I am Cait " still received accolades as a testament to its groundbreaking subject matter.

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  • Khloe Kardashian claims no one cares about her divorce

    Khloe Kardashian claims no one cares about her divorce

    Kim, though, insisted she had done everything she could. "I feel so much better when I eat right though so it's definitely worth it!" Nonetheless, she somehow pushes through and in confessional she states that she is determined to build her stamina back up again.

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  • Kevin Owens Becomes WWE Universal Champion On Raw

    Kevin Owens Becomes WWE Universal Champion On Raw

    Though Reigns started to emerge as a potential victor, the unthinkable happened following a Spear on Rollins outside the ring. Big Cass was eliminated first, after being hit by a Superman Punch from Reigns, a kick from Rollins and a frog splash from Owens.

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  • Rihanna Dedicates Award To Barbados And More

    Rihanna Dedicates Award To Barbados And More

    Both her and West captivated fans onstage, too: West introduced his tantalizing "Fade" video with a long-winded speech that name-dropped Taylor Swift and Amber Rose, while Bey performed an epic Lemonade medley that capped off with her dancers forming the female gender symbol.

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  • Why Gene Wilder Didn't Make A Movie In His Last 25 Years

    Why Gene Wilder Didn't Make A Movie In His Last 25 Years

    Wilder's nephew said Monday that the actor and writer died late Sunday in Stamford, Conn., from complications from Alzheimer's disease . Wilder's friendship with offensive amusing man Richard Prior saw the pair collaborate on four hugely successful films, which helped to break down the barriers between races and cemented their success as Hollywood's first truly successful interracial comedic powerhouse.

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  • Santos: alto el fuego con las FARC inicia el 29 de agosto

    El presidente Pedro Pablo Kuczynski , felicitó a su homólogo de Colombia , Juan Manuel Santos , por haber alcanzado el histórico Acuerdo Final de Paz, que pone término al conflicto con las FARC . Mientras para el senador Antonio Navarro lo firmado no es de poca monta porque se hizo con la guerrilla "más grande, más organizada, y más antigua" de Latinoamérica, el excandidato a la vicepresidencia por el opositor Centro Democrático, Carlos Holmes, cuestionó el "acuerdo en el que los culpables ...

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  • Dilma en el Senado aclaró que lucha por la verdad — Brasil

    Dilma en el Senado aclaró que lucha por la verdad — Brasil

    No he cometido delito. "He sido intransigente en la defensa de la gestión del trabajo público, por eso con las acusaciones no puedo dejar de sentir el gusto áspero y amargo de la injusticia", manifestó la Mandataria, en su comparecencia. "Vengo a mirar directamente a los ojos de sus excelencias y a decir con la serenidad de quien nada tiene de qué responder que no cometí crímenes de responsabilidad ", denunció.

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  • Mike Pence Defends Donald Trump's Immigration Flip Flop

    Mike Pence Defends Donald Trump's Immigration Flip Flop

    It's a very, very hard thing, ' he said. Trump made no mention at the rally, largely attended by white supporters, of his remarks Tuesday that he would consider "softening" laws dealing with immigrants in the country illegally. Jeff Sessions, an immigration hard-liner. Trump went on to lament homicides, rapes, burglaries and other crimes committed in Texas by immigrants in the US illegally, inviting several mothers of the victims to join him on stage and share their grief.

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  • Football Player Sits Out National Anthem

    Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he respects Colin Kaepernick's right to protest the national anthem and cited a French Enlightenment philosopher in doing so. Just ask tennis star James Blake or the Atlanta Hawks' Thabo Sefolosha . Kaepernick is taking a political stand on the oppression facing African Americans today and how he went about voicing his displeasure has been a been a subject of major debate.

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  • Dhanush to produce Rajinikanth's next film

    Dhanush to produce Rajinikanth's next film

    Superstar Rajinikanth fans are in for another treat. Last month, the world witnessed Rajini hysteria when Thalaivar's Kabali hit the screens on July 22. Despite mixed reviews, Kabali shattered the box office records, ranking in more than Rs 600 crore worldwide. Though the movie had been unlike any of Rajinikanth's recent fare, Pa Ranjith and the actor got a lot of praise for the movie at the box-office.

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  • Drake and Rihanna share intimate moment on social media following VMAs

    Her rep told the Associated Press , "Gabby is back in the hospital tonight being treated for a seriously infected past mouth injury". None of the other artists stood a chance . While everyone was eagerly anticipating the performances by Video Vanguard recipient Rihanna or the triumphant returning Britney Spears, out of nowhere came Teyana Taylor - starring in Kanye West's "Fade" music video - and she completely stole the show.

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  • Juan Gabriel y su amor eterno

    Aunque al principio, los intelectuales hacían pedazos sus canciones, metafórica y literalmente -como en aquel programa " Sopa de Letras ", de Jorge Saldaña , donde se rompían elepés al no pasar por el refinado gusto de los lingüistas del panel televisivo- en el umbral de la década de los 90 las puertas del máximo recinto cultural de México: el Palacio de Bellas Artes , se abrieron de par en par para sus recitales, mientras los eruditos más hortodoxos se rasgaban las vestiduras por la ...

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  • Trump to give immigration speech amid major questions

    Trump to give immigration speech amid major questions

    They insisted that Trump has been "consistent" on his immigration policy . The driver, who was drunk, was a reportedly Honduran immigrant living in the country illegally. Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says Donald Trump's recent outreach to the African-American community is insincere. During the primaries, Trump lambasted Cruz for supporting a path to legal status for immigrants and he even ran an ad portraying Cruz as favoring the hated "amnesty".

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  • Everything You Need to Know About The 2016 MTV VMAs

    Kanye shocked fans by premiering the steamy visual at last night's MTV Video Music Awards. Drake confessed to Rolling Stone that Rihanna is his "ultimate fantasy" and was later seen traveling through Paris with her. Her and Kanye West have worked together a lot. Ariana Grande , with the help of Niki Minaj , also had people talking with her aerobics-centric performance of " Side to Side ", which seemed like Olivia Newton-Johns "Physical" music video if it took place at SoulCycle.

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  • Gene Wilder dies at 83

    The New York Times called Wilder's performance in "Young Frankenstein", which he co-wrote with Brooks, a "marvelous addled mixture of young Tom Edison, Winnie-the-Pooh, and your average Playboy reader with a keen appreciation of lovely bosoms".

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  • Obama: Juan Gabriel transcendió fronteras y generaciones

    Aunque se desconoce oficialmente cuál será el itinerario de los restos del " Divo de Juárez ", los fanáticos en California han pedido que se realice un homenaje previo a su traslado a México, pero todo indica que no habrá tal. "Con sus letras románticas, sus actuaciones apasionadas y su estilo particular, Juan Gabriel cautivó al púbico e inspiró a incontables músicos jóvenes", remata.

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  • The laptop's godfather dies at age 75

    The laptop's godfather dies at age 75

    The whole Grid Compass computer weighed 5 kilograms, which is roughly 11 pounds - nearly 10 times heavier than some of the lightest laptops today. It went on to become a valuable tool for big corporations, government spies, White House and Pentagon officials, and even astronauts, surviving the midair explosion of the space shuttle Challenger in which seven people died.

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  • Phylicia Rashad to Recur in Key Parental Role

    Phylicia Rashad to Recur in Key Parental Role

    Rashad will play the role of Diana Dubois, a powerhouse from one of New York's oldest and most prominent African-American families. She's also the mother of Angelo Dubois (played by Taye Diggs ), an aspiring politician. In addition to her two-time Emmy-winning role on The Cosby Show as Claire Huxtable, Rashad's recent credits include Creed, Psych and Lifetime's 2012 Steel Magnolias remake.

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  • Maybe Drake Did Kiss Rihanna At The VMAs After All

    The "Hot Line Bling" singer is 29 - that means he's been in lurve with the singer for seven years! He said he met Rihanna in 2005 on the set of her first music video for " Pon de Replay ". She started off by performing a medley of "Don't Stop The Music", "Only Girl (In The World)", "We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been". AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information.

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  • Verstappen: 'Raikkonen and Vettel should be ashamed'

    Verstappen: 'Raikkonen and Vettel should be ashamed'

    Webber's time at Red Bull was fraught with dispute and missed opportunities in the seemingly endless reign of Sebastian Vettel, so there was some irony in seeing the two Australians enjoying the moment as Ricciardo split the Mercedes drivers and Vettel spent the afternoon racing wheel-to-wheel downfield with Red Bull's rising star Max Verstappen.

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  • 'Don't Breathe' to Stifle Weekend Box Office as Summer 2016 Winds Down

    'Don't Breathe' to Stifle Weekend Box Office as Summer 2016 Winds Down

    Don't Breathe follows three people who attempt to rob a blind war veteran, but things don't go according to plan for them. HOLLYWOOD-Well summer may be coming to an end, but there were plenty of thrills at the box-office this weekend. And with the excellent marketing of David Ayer's Suicide Squad , which hit earlier this month, the outcome nearly seemed set in stone for it. It's been a rocky summer for other genres, though animated films have been somewhat reliable-for proof, see ...

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  • Rihanna gets behind the bar at Up & Down, cozies up to Drake

    As if it wasn't enough to be awarded one of the most-prized categories of the evening by a Jimmy-Fallon-impersonating-Ryan-Lochte, the female dynamo took home moonmen for Video of the Year ("Formation"), Best Female Video ("Hold Up"), Breakthrough Long Form Video ("Lemonade"), Best Direction ("Formation"), Best Cinematography ("Formation") and Best Editing ("Formation") categories.

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  • Shahid-Mira bring home their little princess!

    Shahid-Mira bring home their little princess!

    As it was raining, he was seen protecting his daughter with an umbrella as he carried her out. "I have two sons and now I have a granddaughter", she said. Shahid's manager was seen trying to shield the baby's face from the shutterbugs. She was discharged from the hospital on Sunday. "There is a name for the baby but it's the parents' prerogative to announce it".

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  • Donald Trump says he's not flip-flopping on immigration

    Donald Trump says he's not flip-flopping on immigration

    He said his father will discuss his immigration plan this week. O'Reilly asked Trump. "But we want to come up with something fair", he said. Kristy Campbell, a spokeswoman for Bush, said in a statement Wednesday it was "unsurprising that Donald Trump is finally faced with reconciling his immigration policy with reality, something Governor Bush predicted previous year".

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  • 'Outlander' Finds Its Lord John Grey in David Berry

    'Outlander' Finds Its Lord John Grey in David Berry

    In other " Outlander " season 3 news, showrunner Ronald D. Moore has said that he feels so much pressure to follow up on the success of the first two " Outlander " seasons, Variety reported. The character is said to be a "gentleman", but a "scandal" from his past has made him the governor of a desolate prison in Northern Scotland. Balfe, who is now shooting " Outlander " season 3, has been thankful for the opportunities her role on the time traveling show gave her but is said to be ...

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  • Celebrity Big Brother stars admit they needed counselling on the show

    In his post-eviction interview with Emma Willis, he blamed his position on his fan base being predominantly in the US. And while he managed to offend everyone in the house, with Renee describing him as a degenerate and Ricky Norwood calling him "disgusting", Bear managed to sway public opinion as perceptions of him changed.

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