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The presidential contender told a tale about a 1974 rafting trip in Peru that some of his travel companions have since said was exaggerated or never happened.
“I don't really know what's happening right now,” said director Sean Baker.
Among those paying tribute were documentarian Alex Gibney, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos and "Montage of Heck" filmmaker Brett Morgen.
The Rolling Stones frontman gave the former president's critics some satisfaction at MetLife Stadium.
"This really could have ended horribly," a New Zealand conservation officer said of the shocking incident, which was caught on video.
The Marvel star hilariously recalled dreams of buying a yacht and investing his seeming fortune, before suddenly wondering, “Where’d that money go?”
The International Organization for Migration has increased its estimate of the death toll from a massive landslide in Papua New Guinea to more than 670.
The model, who's married to music executive Elliot Grainge, announced her pregnancy in January.
While the football player’s speech garnered widespread criticism from his teammates and others, he maintained that he does not regret what he said.
The money will be used to pay the conspiracy theorist's legal expenses, with any money left over going to the Sandy Hook families he defamed.
“I am at a loss for words,” PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said.
The rapper, who has since been freed, shared multiple videos as she was held in Europe amid her world tour.

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