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Ellen DeGeneres coming to San Diego during first tour in 15 years

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April 30, 2018. The TV host and veteran comic's mini-tour will consist of only eight shows in three West Coast cities, on three consecutive weekends, beginning with a three-night run at San Diego's Balboa Theater Aug. DeGeneres will likely have no shortage of material for her shows due to her day job of interviewing celebrities, though she also has plenty of hilarious stories from her daily life, including a recent trip to The Cheesecake Factory with wife Portia de Rossi. Read More »

Fans call for Nike boycott after Iran WC 'disgrace'

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The Spanish team had been tipped as one of the favourites to win the trophy for a second time after a two-year unbeaten run under Lopetegui. Hierro, though, was part of Spain's squad at four World Cups between 1990 and 2002 and also played his part as sporting director when La Roja won their only World Cup in 2010. Read More »

Moon Jae-in's Gamble on North Korea Bears Fruit

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Hosting Kim Yong Nam, North Korea's ceremonial head of state, Putin said the historic summit with the USA president was "without doubt just the first step towards a full-blown settlement". The United States' top diplomat says that sanctions will remain in place until North Korea ends its nuclear weapons program. Foreign Minister Kono said Japan welcomed diplomatic progress with North Korea. Read More »

Twitter reacts to Tiger Woods' brutal start at US Open

It was plenty tough for Tiger Woods , who started with a triple bogey and added a pair of double bogeys on the back nine for a 78. The 42-year-old golfer had a triple-bogey on hole No. I enjoy the fight. "It's been a long time, and this is not really the week I wanted to revisit that score". "They'll start to pick up a little bit of speed, and it will be a good U.S. Read More »

White House calls Trump's salute to North Korean general 'a common courtesy'

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Hosting Kim Yong Nam, North Korea's ceremonial head of state, Putin said the historic summit with the USA president was "without doubt just the first step towards a full-blown settlement". Kim was "warmly welcomed" by crowds "wherever he appeared", according to the voiceover, as the footage cut to a scene of Kim strolling through the Gardens by the Bay accompanied by Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan, as crowds strained to take smartphone pictures. Read More »

EastEnders star Leslie Grantham has died aged 71

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A statement from his agent said he died on Friday morning and that a private funeral would be held. He was released after serving 10 years of his sentence in 1977, and quickly enrolled in drama school, with his first mainstream role following in 1984, when he played one of Davros" henchmen in a "Doctor Who' serial. Read More »

Banksy print stolen in Toronto, police investigating theft

Footage was released of a man entering the space around 5.00am, taking the print, and exiting in a hurry. London's Lazinc gallery is about to showcase one of its more notable exhibitions to date, as its co-founder, Steve Lazarides , will be presenting a selection of Banksy's rare artwork. Read More »

Paris Jackson Removes Graffiti From Michael Jackson’s Walk of Fame Star

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Paris posted a photo of herself down on her hands and knees scrubbing the red graffiti off the pavement. "Some people have no fucking respect", she captioned the photo. She wrote: "I was at my friend apt that lives basically next door this morning and another buddy of mine said he saw this last night". As for her father, later this month marks the ninth anniversary of the King of Pop's death. Read More »

Miley Cyrus Defends Selena Gomez Over 'Ugly' Comments

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Fans immediately leapt to Gomez's defense, responding to him directly with comments like "shame on you for online bullying", "like your opinion matters" and "we don't care about your lame ass brand". Gabbana has made rude comments about celebrities before. Gabbana has also come under fire in recent years for his controversial actions and opinions. Read More »

Apple rolls out live sports integration to its TV app in Canada

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Some analysts argue that Apple is complicit in certain privacy violations when they fail to place restrictions on developer data access."They have a huge ecosystem making money through the developer channels and these apps, and until the developers get better on privacy, Apple is complicit", said Domingo Guerra, president of Appthority, a company that specializes in smartphone security. Read More »

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Showrunners Exit; Alex Kurtzman Takes Over

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The pair was let go after allegations of abuse in the writers room came up, combined with a ballooned budget for the sophomore season. This is the second top level shake-up on Star Trek: Discovery after Bryan Fuller left early in the production in Season 1 after many disagreements with CBS over casting, budget and premiere timing. Read More »

President Trump celebrates 72nd birthday on Thursday

He turns 72 on June 14. Ivanka Trump tweeted a vintage photo of her with her father from many years ago. She wrote, "Happy, happy birthday Dad!" The 36-year-old first daughter may get extra credit for beating her siblings to the "happy birthday" punch. Read More »

Bachelorette Contestant Lincoln Adim Convicted of Indecent Assault

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Questions about the reality show's vetting process came to light last month when suitor Garrett Yrigoyen , who received the "first impression rose" from Bachelorette Becca Kufrin in this season's premiere , apologized for having "liked" offensive memes on Instagram seemingly before he became a public figure. Read More »

Paris Jackson cleaning Michael Jackson's Hollywood star is a tearjerker

The star reads, " Michael Jackson ", but, as she explains in her caption, it isn't the star belonging to her father. The 20-year-old actress has lashed out at the "disrespectful" people who had scribbled red graffiti all over the monument, which was presented to King of Pop in 1984 - after she spent all day trying to restore it to its original condition. Read More »

North Korea Still a Nuclear Threat to US: Retired Admiral

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The awkward encounter, not visible to American cameras at the summit site in Singapore, shows Trump greeting a line of North Korean officials in a hallway just moments after the two leaders posed for cameras outside. "I could go through a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done". But with both Vietnam and China you have two states that have grown very rapidly using market principles while having heavy state involvement and ultimate power in the hands of the Communist Party. Read More »

Jay-Z sued over royalties for his debut album

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Herbert now wants his money. Raynard Herbert claims that he owns 1% of the rights to the album after mastering it and arranging distribution. Herbert received royalty checks beginning in December 1998 but alleges he was never paid after November 2008. Read More »

British gay rights campaigner briefly held in Moscow over protest

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When healthy, CSKA Moscow man Dzagoev is an important part of Russia's efforts on the worldwide stage. The World Cup kicked off Thursday with the host nation, Russia , rolling to a 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in Moscow . The president, newly re-elected after 18 years in power, heard British singer Robbie Williams dominate a colourful half-hour opening ceremony at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium with what the Kremlin listed as an array of 15 foreign leaders - though that included ... Read More »

#RHOA Star NeNe Leakes Reveals Gregg Has Cancer!

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She didn't share what kind of cancer he has. According to the post, NeNe and Gregg are seeking treatment and advice at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, located in the Texas Medical Center in Houston. He will be stronger, he will be better and we will be out here doing this show again in no time. "I declare you delivered", wrote user @naseberry4430. Read More »

World Cup Daily by Jason Pine

Russian Federation dominated in front of a sell-out crowd of 78,011 - and millions more on TV - at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium and also overcame a major blow when forward Alan Dzagoev had to limp off midway through the first half with what appeared to be left hamstring injury. Read More »

Jason Momoa Is Soaking Wet as Aquaman for 'EW' Cover

Jason Momoa is looking so hot as Aquaman on the cover of Entertainment Weekly's new issue! Plot details for Aquaman are now under wraps, though the film centers on the King of Atlantis and will dive much deeper into the character's past as it explores the discovery of his powers and his reluctance to accept his role as King. Read More »

Sophia Bush Reveals Why She Really Married Chad Michael Murray

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He has since married actress and model Sarah Roemer , 33 - who is best known for her role in the movie Disturbia starring Shia Labeouf. Anyone who kept up with popular culture in the early 2000s should be at least vaguely familiar with the saga of Sophia Bush and Chad Michael Murray . Read More »

Queen and Meghan in first royal visit together in Cheshire

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The new duchess and the Queen were greeted with a view of the new £1.86bn Mersey Gateway bridge, which was officially opened by the Queen . Meghan, who married the monarch's grandson in a glittering ceremony at her Windsor Castle home last month, will travel by the Royal Train to northwest England for a day of events. Read More »

James Wan Remaking Classic 90's Spider Flick ARACHNOPHOBIA

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Wan will not direct. One of the funnest films of that year's movie season, director Frank Marshall's family spider thriller " Arachnophobia " is getting the remake treatment. As well as a phobia-inducing final act, involving a leaping giant queen spider, the movie also featured a memorable performance from John Goodman as local pest control expert Delbert McClintock. Read More »

Mourinho confident England will impress in Russian Federation

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The winning bid , which should feature 60 out of 80 Games in the USA, will mark the return of football's showpiece event to North American soil for the first time since 1994. Women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to attend soccer matches for the first time this year, as the deeply conservative Muslim country takes steps to ease some restrictions on them. Read More »

Roseanne Barr Claims Racist Tweet 'Was About Anti-Semitism'

Barr's claim is a stretch at best, and is probably more accurately characterized as a lie. Barr denies that she's ever "practiced 'RACISM, '" but the overt racism of the original tweet - "Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj" - is what got Roseanne canceled. Read More »

Drake shares video for ‘I’m Upset’ and confirms ‘Scorpion’ release date

Earlier this year, he handed out more than US$175,000 ($230,950) out on the street in his "God's Plan" video, followed by enlisting pretty much every famous woman for "Now For What". And they deliver on the drama, as old fights and flames rekindle - to the point where they have to evacuate the hall due to a fire. The music video also features Jay and Silent Bob, played by Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes . Read More »

Kevin Spacey returns to the big screen with upcoming new film

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Kevin Spacey will make a return to the big screen in this film later this year. Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain dies in a French hotel room, Barnaby Joyce's eldest daughter skips his controversial interview and Tom Ballard strongly denies indecently assaulting an aspiring comedian. Read More »

Saudi Crown Prince heads to Russian Federation for World Cup

The United States, Mexico and Canada will host soccer's biggest event in 2026. World Cup opening games have traditionally been a specialist taste, enjoyed by people who remember the sight of the Queen and Tony Blair holding hands to sing Auld Lang Syne under the Millennium Dome as 1999 turned into 2000, and Prince gave way to Pulp, when all that anticipation and expense dissolved into the dampest of squibs in the English rain. Read More »

Pompeo: No sanctions relief for N Korea until denuclearisation

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday morning declared an end to the North Korean nuclear threat. Trump's announcement appeared to catch the Pentagon and officials in Seoul off guard, and some South Koreans were alarmed. On his plane, Trump talked with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at around 8-twenty to share the results of the Joint Statement with North Korea. Read More »