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Soul singer Charles Bradley dies at 68
Singer Charles Bradley, who was nicknamed the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" because of his raspy voice and stirring performances, has died.

Stevie Wonder takes both knees 'for America' after Trump NFL remarks
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder took a knee at a New York music festival, seemingly showing solidarity with NFL players criticized by President Donald Trump hours earlier.

Kylie Jenner is pregnant
The youngest sibling in the Kardashian-Jenner clan is now expecting.

Emma Stone became 'addicted to strength' filming 'Battle of the Sexes'
For Emma Stone, living up to the legacy of the indomitable Billie Jean King in "Battle of the Sexes," about the infamous tennis match of the same name, was a big task to take on.

'Star Trek' braves new streaming frontier

Justin Timberlake to headline Pilgrimage Festival
Justin Timberlake usually dazzles fans in his "Suit and Tie," but this weekend he'll be getting down on the farm at the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival.

Marilyn Manson: Columbine massacre 'destroyed' my career
Being falsely linked to the Columbine massacre has long rankled singer Marilyn Manson.

'Battle of the Sexes' is sadly still relevant
For Sarah Silverman, "Battle of the Sexes" was supposed to be something of a celebration.

Killing of 'Narcos' scout resurfaces Escobar trademark feud

The 'Family Matters' home will be demolished
The home used for exterior shots of the beloved '90s sitcom, will eventually be turned into a three-unit residence.

Gyllenhaal: Latest role is my superhero film
CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to Boston bombing survivor Jeff Bauman and actor Jake Gyllenhaal, who plays him in a new film.

You can now binge-watch 'Will & Grace'
For the first time "Will & Grace" fans can binge-watch the complete eight seasons of the hit show.

Colbert calls out Trump: 'In your face'
On "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert said President Trump's tweet about the Emmy Awards was factually inaccurate.

DJ says he headbutted former Australian PM
A DJ, known as Astro Labe, says he headbutted former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Hobart, Tasmania.

'Victoria & Abdul' goes skin-deep on great story
Even taking acknowledged liberties with what's billed as a "mostly" a true story, "Victoria & Abdul" is such a fascinating, relevant slice of history it's a shame that the movie isn't a bit less superficial. Anchored by Judi Dench's towering presence, what emerges is a small-scale film on the order of "Driving Miss Daisy," yet which leaves its protagonists' motives frustratingly murky.

Gina Torres and Laurence Fishburne split
Actors Gina Torres and Laurence Fishburne have gone public with their breakup.

Why Jake Gyllenhaal isn't on social media
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal tells Conan O'Brien that he is not on social media because he isn't very tech-savvy.

Meet the man who inspired Jake Gyllenhaal's 'Stronger'
He was the subject of an iconic photograph: Jeff Bauman, ashen and dazed, severely wounded in the 2013 Boston marathon bombing, rushed away in a wheelchair after losing his legs. Now the new film "Stronger," which is based on Bauman's memoir, explores his recovery in the aftermath of the terror attack.

Demi Lovato is not revealing her sexuality
Demi Lovato is so "Confident" that she doesn't feel like she needs labels.

Salma Hayek rallies for Mexico earthquake relief
Salma Hayek is doing her part to gather donations for earthquake relief in Mexico.

Frank Zappa hologram set to tour
Frank Zappa is hitting the road again -- nearly 24 years after his death.

How Cher stays fabulous at 71 years old
Even if she wanted to, Cher says she couldn't fit into some of her most famous outfits.

The winner of 'America's Got Talent' is ...
It came down to the Battle of the Preteens on Wednesday's finale of "America's Got Talent."

'Kingsman' looks less stylish, but still fun
"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" comes down with a bad case of sequel-itis -- a condition that dictates everything must be bigger, brasher and louder -- and thus provides more sporadic fun. Bloated at 141 minutes, director Matthew Vaughn's wildly stylized spy movie picks up an American twang, but still manages to look a little over-dressed for the occasion.

'Battle of the Sexes' is easier to like than love
"Battle of the Sexes" is an easy movie to like, but with apologies to its tennis backdrop, not quite love. Deftly recreating the Billie Jean King-Bobby Riggs match with Emma Stone and Steve Carell perfectly inhabiting the key roles, the power of the story carries the day, overcoming places where this slight film exhibits as much finesse as an overhead smash.

Lady Gaga manages image in Netflix's 'Five Foot Two'
Backstage looks at celebrities are fraught with peril -- especially one as aware of the image she creates and projects as Lady Gaga. That's why a feature-length Netflix documentary devoted to a year in her life, "Gaga: Five Foot Two," never quite feels as spontaneous or illuminating as the access would suggest, unless you're totally gaga about Gaga.

With 'son of a bitch' comments, Trump tried to divide NFL and its players

ESPN viewers caught in middle of cable fight

Did Jimmy Kimmel kill the health care bill?

Facebook could still be weaponized again for the 2018 midterms