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Report: Doctors to Assess Extent of Damage to Joan Rivers’ Brain Today

“Doctors are expected to assess the extent of damage...   (NY Daily News)

Labor Day Bonus: ‘American Idol’ Winner – One of the Most Popular Ever – Announces She Is Pregnant With First Child

A popular ‘American Idol’ winner and her husband “chose...   (Fox News, Twitter)

FBI Looking Into the Hacking of Nude Photos of Celebrities Jennifer Lawrence and Others. Is Apple’s iCloud Vulnerable?

“The FBI said it was looking into the matter...   (CBS News, AP, NBC News)

Time Warner Ends Talks to Buy Vice Media; A+E Networks Buys Stake in Content Company

A+E Networks is buying a minority stake in content...   (B&C)

Tracy Morgan ‘Having a Tough Time’ Recovering From Crash

Tracy Morgan’s attorney tells People that the actor and...   (People)

1980s Cult Favorite to Get a Reboot

A TV series from the 1980s that became a...   (Deadline)

Chelsea Clinton Exits NBC News

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton has formally ended her...   (Variety)

ABC Studios Signs Johnny Knoxville to Two-Year Deal

“Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville has signed a two-year first-look...   (THR)

Report: Bryan Singer Investigated for Sexual Assault

“X-Men” director Bryan Singer is under investigation for allegedly...   (NY Post)

Cable Channel Unexpectedly Cancels Its Most-Watched Original Drama Series of All Time

In a surprise move, a popular cable drama series...   (Deadline)

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