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"The leader of my country and the free world actually enjoys comparing himself to a mass murderer," said Jim Starlin.
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The "Star Trek" icon was married to his wife, Elizabeth Shatner, for 18 years.
Comedy
The "Late Show" host gives impeachment its own catchy jingle.
Entertainment
The "Bad Guy" singer had chops then, too. Watch Keys groove to the old video.
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Spokesman Jeff Ballard said McKeon, who acted in the role of Tommy in “Alice” from 1976 to 1985, died Tuesday after a long illness.
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"It feels like there's an earthquake in the restaurant," the "Little Women" star recalled on "The Tonight Show."
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The widely acclaimed horror film received three total awards from the film organization.
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"I very much hope that this new medium will make my Christmas message more personal and direct,” the then-31-year-old monarch said in her 1957 speech.
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"It must be insane," the Harry Potter star said of all the attention focused on the Duchess of Sussex.
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“Donald went after AOC and the squad, because deep down inside he knows he’s a fraud."
Culture & Arts
And the piece in Birmingham, England, has already been doctored.
Comedy
This "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" bit ended in the funniest way.
Entertainment
A writer on a flight from New York to Los Angeles successfully made a plea to a JetBlue pilot to implore fellow flyers to watch the star's movie — and she loved it.
Entertainment
The comic/actor's famously coarse vocabulary gets a workout.
Entertainment
Britain's prime minister parodied the holiday film's note cards scene for an election ad -- but Grant found something missing.
Comedy
The "Late Show" host introduced theatrical Republican distractions in the form of Baby Yoda, a sax solo and margaritas for all.
Entertainment
An Instagram user told the model and cookbook author to "cover up" in front of her child.
Entertainment
The "Truth Hurts" singer rocked a black T-shirt dress with a cutout that showed off her thong as she twerked on the Jumbotron.
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Warner Bros. said it will defend against the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s claims that the film is "defamatory" for portraying its former journalist as offering sex to sources.
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"I believe in forgiveness. I prayed on it," the rapper told Vogue for her cover story.