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Jenner, Lewinsky, Armstrong: 8 TV interviews everyone watched

ABC is preparing for what could be one of the biggest interviews of 2015 when it airs Diane Sawyer in conversation with Bruce Jenner on Friday.

"Avengers" actors take over Times Square on Good Morning America, April 24, 2015

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'Avengers' sequel opens internationally, flying towards record U.S. debut

Avengers assemble! That's the rallying cry that movie theaters are hearing around the world this week as the highly anticipated "Avengers: Age of Ultron" debuts in many markets internationally.

Adam Sandler Chinese Theater

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Report: Native Americans walk off set of Sandler movie

About a dozen Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie comedy, saying the satirical Western's script is insulting to Native Americans and women, according to a report.

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David Letterman salutes ramp up as CBS announces special

David Letterman will have many late night salutes before he signs off next month, but he will also have one profound good-bye in primetime.

CBS announced that it will air a 90-minute event that will honor the late night host's widespread impact on television.

Paul Walker's Fast and Furious Toyota Supra car

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Paul Walker's 'Fast & Furious' car up for auction

A souped-up stunt car driven by the late actor Paul Walker in the first "Fast & Furious" movie is going up for auction.

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Downey Jr. walks out of interview

Robert Downey Jr. can take on multiple villains as Iron Man, but when it comes to questions about his past the popular actor would rather duck.

Bob Weir, Mickey Hart in 2015

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Keep streamin': Grateful Dead's last show to be webcast

Good news, Deadheads - the group's final performance will be streamed online and will cost as little as $79.99.

"This is probably one of, if not the biggest, concert events of all time," said Nate Parienti, president of Live Alliance, which specializ...

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School finds draft of 'Breakfast Club' script

The cast of "The Breakfast Club" escaped from Principal Richard Vernon 30 years ago, but a draft script of the 1985 teen classic has just been found in a filing cabinet in the school district where it was filmed, the Chicago Tribune reported.

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YouTube marks 10 years by opening new studios

On the 29th floor of Roppongi Hills, an upscale Tokyo high-rise full of offices, restaurants and residences, two actors in kimonos sit on a tatami mat and glare at each other as artificial smoke billows around them.

It's been a long day of filming "Th...

Ben Affleck, 2013 movie premiere

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Affleck: I was embarrassed by slave-owning ancestor

Ben Affleck publicly apologized for asking PBS to hide his ancestor's slave-owning past on the show "Finding Your Roots."

 

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World's happiest countries

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The Sustainable Development Solutions Network released its annual World Happiness report. Here are the top 10 happiest countries in the world, according to the 2015 report.

On this Day

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    On this day: April 24

    The Library of Congress is established, spaceflight claims its first human casualty, the Unabomber kills his last victim, and South Korea clones a puppy, all on this day.

 
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