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Jennifer Lawrence tops highest paid actress list again

Jennifer Lawrence is, once again, the highest paid actress in the world, according to an annual list from Forbes.

Announcement came on Timberlake's 34th birthday

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Hollywood stars pay big to hobnob with Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton is picking up cash -- and snapping playful photos with former N'Sync members -- during a fundraising blitz in California this week.

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'Law & Order' actor Steven Hill dead at 94

Steven Hill, best known for playing District Attorney Adam Schiff on NBC's "Law & Order," has died, his son Rabbi Yehoshua Leib Hill confirmed to CNN. He was 94.

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Jessa (Duggar) Seewald is pregnant again

Jessa and Ben Seewald aren't waiting long to give their nine-month-old son Spurgeon a sibling.

Shannen Doherty, November 2015

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Shannen Doherty settles lawsuit with former manager

Shannen Doherty and her former business manager have reached a settlement in a lawsuit she filed against him in 2015 for failing to pay her insurance premiums, according to court…

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What does Rio mean for NBC, Olympics coverage

Much has been made of the disappointing ratings garnered by NBC's coverage of the Rio Olympics, and with good reason. But there's one very important group that, surprisingly,…

Britney Spears, December 2013

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Britney Spears' raffle to help Louisiana

Louisiana native Britney Spears is raffling off the outfit she'll wear at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards to help the state's residents affected by devastating flooding.

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The 15 funniest Fringe Festival jokes

A comedian's pun about organ donation has been judged to be the funniest at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Clinton calls GOP attacks on her health 'wacky strategy'

Despite some Republicans raising questions about her health, Hillary Clinton cracked jokes on Monday about the conspiracy theories.

Clinton dismissed the claims that she's ill as…

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Tips for college for freshmen on a budget

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With students heading back to school or campus, it might be time to start thinking about money. U.S. News & World Report put together a list of "10 Money-Smart Ways Freshmen Can Prepare for College." Click through to see the tips.

On this Day

  • White House burning during War of 1812

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    On this day: August 24

    The White House burns, potato chips are invented, John Lennon's assassin goes to prison, and Pete Rose agrees to a ban from baseball, all on this day.

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