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Jason Clarke thrilled to give new twist to John Connor in 'Terminator Genisys'

Acclaimed actor Jason Clarke talks about his character John Connor and working with Arnold Schwarzenegger on "Terminator Genisys."

Iggy Azalea, Britney Spears, 2015 Billboard Awards

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Britney Spears, Iggy Azalea in Twitter feud?

Some are speculating that Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea may not be on the best terms despite their recent collaboration on the single "Pretty Girls."

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Univision CEO defends dropping Trump, denies apologizing

Univision CEO Randy Falco says Donald Trump is not telling the truth when he claims that "Univision apologized."

In an internal memo on Monday, Falco defended the Spanish-language broadcaster's decision to break off its ties to Trump.

"I made the deci...

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'The Apprentice' looks for a new Trump. Who could it be?

NBC severed ties with presidential candidate Donald Trump on Monday, but it wants to keep his reality show "The Celebrity Apprentice" on the air without him.

In a statement, the network pointedly kept the door open for a continuation of the popular se...

Hulk Hogan, 2013

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More Hulk Hogan sex tapes in Gawker case

Gawker is seeking to bring into court several never-before-seen Hulk Hogan sex tapes as the gossip site battles a lawsuit brought by the former pro wrestling star.

The FBI has confirmed the existence of three video recordings -- in addition to the one...

Nicki Minaj, 2015 BET Awards

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BET Awards: What you may have missed

The past was a present at Sunday night's BET Awards. From Janet Jackson to Smokey Robinson, it was throwback time Sunday in Los Angeles at one of R&B and hip-hop's biggest nights.

Donald Trump, June 2015

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Hispanic leaders urge NBC to cut ties to Trump

A coalition of Latino organizations is stepping up the pressure on NBCUniversal to reconsider its business relationship with Donald Trump.

Chris Squire of Yes file photo

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Yes co-founder Chris Squire dies

Bassist Chris Squire, a founding member of progressive British rock band Yes, died Saturday in Phoenix after battling leukemia, his bandmates confirmed.

"It's with the heaviest of hearts and unbearable sadness that we must inform you of the passing of...

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