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Report: Kutcher, Kunis married over weekend

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were married over the Fourth of July weekend, according to People magazine.

Hulk Hogan, 2013

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Hogan-Gawker trial delayed until at least the fall

Hulk Hogan won't be rumbling in the courtroom anytime soon.

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl (file)

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Injured Dave Grohl performs from throne

The Foo Fighters had to cancel a European tour last month after lead singer Dave Grohl broke his leg, but they were back in fine form on July Fourth.

Diana Douglas Webster

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Mother of actor Michael Douglas dies

Actress Diana Douglas Webster, the first wife of Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, died Friday night at age 92.

Young British royal siblings George and Charlotte

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Thousands expected to gather for royal baby's christening

A paddock in the English countryside -- more used to stampeding cows than people -- opened its gates Sunday to royal well-wishers hoping to catch a glimpse of the country's newest…

Roderick, 33, Joel, 66, have been together since 2009

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'Piano Man' Billy Joel is a married man

Musician Billy Joel has married his longtime girlfriend, Alexis Roderick.

The couple surprised guests and exchanged vows at their annual July 4th party, according to Joel's…

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Vanessa Williams marries for third time

Entertainer Vanessa Williams tied the knot in a July Fourth ceremony with longtime beau Jim Skrip.

Kate Hudson

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Kate Hudson sings 'The Star-Spangled Banner'

Actress Kate Hudson got into the July Fourth spirit by posting a video on Instagram of her belting out "The Star-Spangled Banner."

She's got moxie, for sure, but she acknowledged…

Grateful Dead painting, 1990 tour

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Grateful Dead's Chicago shows among priciest concerts ever

This weekend, more than 200,000 aging hippies, jam-band fanatics and got-to-be-there scenesters will pack Chicago's Soldier Field for three farewell concerts by the Grateful Dead…

 

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On this Day

  • Closeup of dollar bill, money, George Washington

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    On this day: July 6

    America names it currency, a political party holds its first convention, and a first lady, media mogul, rocker, screen scream queen and religious leader are all born, all on this day.

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