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The deal would not have included the Fox broadcast network, as a company can not legally own two broadcast networks, and Disney already owns ABC . If a deal like this did happen and did receive regulatory approval, it could have some significant effects on sports. Essentially, piggybacking off of Disney's reach and scale could give Fox advantages that it would not have if it continues solo.
  • Watch The Chester Bennington Tribute Concert

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    Bennington killed himself July 20 in his Palos Verdes Estates home. Chester Bennington was remembered in a big, emotional way Friday night at the Hollywood Bowl . Since Linkin Park was supposed to be on tour at this point, supporting its seventh album, " One More Light ", which dropped in May, it offered several of the new songs.
  • Andy Cohen responds to Kathy Griffin's slams on social media

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    On Saturday Griffin posted to Twitter a 17-minute video called "A Hell of A Story", ripping Cohen and Harvey Levin ― TMZ's founder and guiding force ― in the rant. Watch what Happens Live host Cohen first said he was "really psyched" about his new gig. She then claimed: 'The whole time I was working there, I didn't know Andy Cohen wanted to be me.
  • Stranger Things actor caught with cocaine, banned from US

    Stranger Things actor caught with cocaine, banned from US

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    The entertainment trade newspaper said Heaton admitted to law enforcement officials he had consumed the drug. The 23-year-old, who was reportedly sent back to the United Kingdom, missed the Netflix show's season two premiere party on Thursday night, as his co-stars Millie Bobby Brown and Winona Ryder celebrated the release.
  • President Trump Wanted FBI Informant's Lifted Gag Order

    President Trump Wanted FBI Informant's Lifted Gag Order

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    Two Republicans who head influential House committees said on Tuesday they will open a joint investigation into the FBI's handling of the 2016 probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. As Cohen spoke to investigators, Representative Devin Nunes of California held a news conference outside the room to announce a separate intelligence committee investigation into an Obama-era uranium deal.
  • Khloe Kardashian: showing off her baby bump

    Khloe Kardashian: showing off her baby bump

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    Khloe Kardashian is assumed to be four months pregnant with a baby boy with her father to be sweetheart boyfriend, Tristan Thompson . And she's apparently not the only one in the Kardashian family to be expecting, as her younger half-sister Kylie Jenner is also allegedly pregnant.
  • Kellogg's to replace Corn Pops box image seen as racist

    Kellogg's to replace Corn Pops box image seen as racist

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    The picture could be a coincidence, but it more than likely looks like an artist pulled a prank while drawing up the back of the Corn Pops cereal box . Ahmed responded with gratitude for the company's swiftness to respond and act on the problem and later added the amazement of the impact he was able to have.
  • Scott Disick wants kids with Sofia Richie after Kourtney Kardashian split Video

    Scott Disick wants kids with Sofia Richie after Kourtney Kardashian split Video

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    Kris Jenner and her many children have signed a five-year contract with the E! For a family that is usually very quick to shut down massive rumours, the Khloe and Kylie pregnancy news is starting to feel very real. "The interviewer asked me, 'What's a insane rumor that you've heard about yourself?' and my answer was..." Kardashian is already mom to Mason, 7, Penelope, 5 , and 2-year-old Reign .
  • Exquisite Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's PHANTOM THREAD Stars Daniel Day-Lewis

    Exquisite Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's PHANTOM THREAD Stars Daniel Day-Lewis

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    Day-Lewis plays a successful dressmaker in 1950s London. It seems fitting, and nearly inevitable now, that Day-Lewis would quit acting to pursue the profession of his final character. The last time the director and actor collaborated was for 2007's There Will Be Blood (arguably Anderson " s best), so we already know what the two are capable of accomplishing together.
  • Kit Harington Reveals Game of Thrones' Finale Script Made Him Cry

    Kit Harington Reveals Game of Thrones' Finale Script Made Him Cry

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    The hit fantasy series, which also stars Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, and Emilia Clarke, will conclude at the end of season eight, which is due to premiere in either 2018 or 2019. In fact, some viewers even found the violence so disgusting they suggested they might switch over to something a LITTLE more palatable instead, accusing the drama of gratuitously staging scenes too gory for TV whatever time of day you're watching it.
  • Taylor Swift Is Apparently Throwing Shade at Calvin Harris in 'Gorgeous'

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    They just work out, watch movies together and invite friends over. Even though we're still talking about " Look What You Made Me Do ", Taylor Swift just released yet another single called "Gorgeous" . The third single off of Swift's Reputation , which has had over 7 million views since it was released on October 20, begins with a child adorably cooing " gorgeous ", leading Swifties to wonder who the lucky kid is.
  • Harvey Weinstein has 'different recollection of events' on Lupita Nyong'o claims

    Harvey Weinstein has 'different recollection of events' on Lupita Nyong'o claims

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    Soon after, Weinstein reportedly flew to Arizona to check into a sex-addiction rehabilitation center. Nyong'o managed to make it out of Weinstein's home safely, with him insisting on pointing out her "stubbornness". He then asked her if he could give her a massage, making her feel "unsafe", she recalled in her New York Times op-ed, which was published Thursday.
  • Justin Timberlake Will Headline Super Bowl LII Halftime Show

    Justin Timberlake Will Headline Super Bowl LII Halftime Show

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    Justin Timberlake confirmed that he will perform during the Super Bowl LII halftime show before Sunday night's game between the Patriots and Falcons. He previously performed at Super Bowl XXXV in 2001 with his band *NSYNC. Lady Gaga was the last performer of the halftime spectacle when the Patriots won over the Falcons 34-28.
  • Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's Cars Burglarized

    Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's Cars Burglarized

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    TMZ reports that an alleged crook ransacked three of their luxury vehicles, which were parked outside of their Bel-Air mansion, at approximately 4 a.m. The suspect allegedly ransacked Kathy Grriffin's home, which is next door to Kim and Kanye's , and stole a purse from her auto. However, he was captured on the home's surveillance system.
  • Fox renewed O'Reilly contract despite knowing of allegations

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    The statement said that after Ailes was sacked, dozens of women accused scores of male employees at Fox News of harassment. He said he settled for his children's sake. Even more so, the network's parent company 21st Century Fox was aware of the woman's allegations, which included "repeated harassment, a nonconsensual sexual relationship and the sending of gay pornography and other sexually explicit material to her", read the NYT .
  • Cheryl: 'I've got no plans for a second baby as yet'

    Cheryl: 'I've got no plans for a second baby as yet'

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    Cheryl admitted that it took "about seven weeks" to decide on Bear , and joked with Simon Cowell that she didn't want to choose a "common" name. However, it looks like Simon may have burnt his bridges with his close friend Sinitta - who is usually him special guest at Judges' Houses - because she was convinced that she would be joining the music mogul at his home overseas this year and was left red-faced when she found out that she'd been dropped - again - in favour of Cheryl .
  • Another Mosque Attack in Afghanistan After Blast in Kabul Leaves Dozens Dead

    Another Mosque Attack in Afghanistan After Blast in Kabul Leaves Dozens Dead

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    The Shia population has been attacked before when 84 people were killed and 194 others wounded. "It took ambulances and the police about an hour to reach the area". He said the suicide bomber blew himself up among the worshippers. Khan and several of his men were among the roughly 30 people killed, according to Ghor police spokesman But Iqbal Nezami.
  • Demi Lovato Discusses Eating Disorder, Shares Before-and-After Photo

    Demi Lovato Discusses Eating Disorder, Shares Before-and-After Photo

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    With some bumps along the way - who wants to focus on the negative? - they are now seemingly in as good a place in their friendship as ever. "What motivates me on those days is knowing how I'm going to feel after I'm done". "The less I have to think about food, the easier it is for me to go about having a normal life", she revealed. "[But] the struggle is still very much there.What's most important to me is that I just keep fighting, and I keep aiming for a goal of complete freedom".
  • Kylie Jenner to do pregnancy photo shoot like Beyonce's

    Kylie Jenner to do pregnancy photo shoot like Beyonce's

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    But the 20-year-old daughter of Kris Jenner hasn't commented on any of the buzzing news, despite her dad Caitlyn Jenner telling The Sun , she was set to become a grandparent again "some time ago". The make-up free starlet appeared to zoom-in on her face a number of times, but carefully kept the camera positioned upwards to avoid showing her belly.
  • Anne Frank Halloween costume pulled after social media uproar

    Anne Frank Halloween costume pulled after social media uproar

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    And indeed, that same costume, made by Smiffy's , is listed on Candy Apple Costumes as "Child's World War II Girl Costume". As Halloween approaches, people often find and call out really questionable costume ideas. As of early Monday afternoon. other online retailers, including Walmart still had the costume online , but by a different name. Thankfully, these websites seem to have since removed the items from their listings.
  • Cher reuniting with Meryl Streep for 'Mama Mia' sequel

    Cher reuniting with Meryl Streep for 'Mama Mia' sequel

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    It's not known what role she will play. It all began when she cryptically posted the lyrics to ABBA's " Fernando " and wrote , "Just went through two dance numbers". Lily James , Alexa Davies, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan and Hugh Skinner will take on the younger versions of the original characters.
  • Trump urges former rival Clinton to again seek presidency

    Trump urges former rival Clinton to again seek presidency

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    U.S. intelligence, she said, had told her Mr Putin held a personal grudge against her, leading Moscow's widely-reported interference in the USA elections. Assange, who remains holed up in London's Ecuadorian embassy, responded to her comments in a tweet , describing a "cold creepiness" of the former secretary of state.
  • USA soldier Bowe Bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion

    USA soldier Bowe Bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion

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    He was charged with desertion, which carries a potential five-year sentence, and with misbehavior - essentially, endangering the troops who were sent to search for him - which carries a potential life sentence. Asked about Bergdahl's guilty plea on Monday, Trump said: "I'm not going to comment on him, but I think people have heard my comments in the past".
  • Hertha Berlin players 'take a knee' in solidarity with National Football League protests

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    As the players and staff knelt, a stadium announcer explained the gesture to fans. The club's starting lineup linked arms and took a knee on the pitch, while coaching staff, officials and substitutes took a knee off it. "For a tolerant Berlin, both now and forevermore". Last year, then-San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick started the movement, which has been harshly criticized by President Donald Trump.