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A Republican congressman filmed for Sacha Baron Cohen's satirical television series who appeared to back a fictitious scheme to train toddlers to use guns said on Monday that he was the victim of "a sick fraud."

"Pirates of the Caribbean" star Johnny Depp and his former business managers have settled dueling lawsuits over his business affairs, Depp's representatives said on Monday.

Rapper Cardi B earned a leading 10 nominations on Monday for the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), reflecting a break-out year that has seen her become one of the industry's most successful and sought-after performers.

LOS ANGELES ( - It turns out Dwayne Johnson was no match for Dracula and company.

Hollywood actor and singer Will Smith performed the soccer World Cup's official song "Live It Up" in the tournament's closing ceremony in Moscow on Sunday.

In Sacha Baron Cohen's provocative new comedy show, American politicians are filmed backing a fictitious program to teach kindergartners how to use guns to defend themselves in school shootings.

Nancy Sinatra, the first wife of the late, legendary singer and actor Frank Sinatra, died Friday at the age of 101, her daughter, also named Nancy Sinatra, said in an internet tweet.

Supermodel and actress Kate Upton took to Instagram on Saturday to show off a new addition: her baby bump.

British singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum mixed classics with new material at Montreux Jazz Festival, telling the crowd he was happy to be away from London during a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump.

British director Steve McQueen will open his first major feature since "12 Years a Slave" won an Oscar in 2013 when thriller "Widows" kicks off the BFI London Film Festival in October.

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Michigan, Beilein agree to 5-year extension
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 00:30:41 -0400
Michigan and men's basketball coach John Beilein reached agreement on a contract extension through t...
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Finance News
Emerging market equities and real-estate debt remain attractive at a time when most of the year's ga...
Morgan Stanley's better-than-expected results on Wednesday capped a strong second-quarter earnings s...
U.S. mutual fund investors fled from stocks for the 14th straight week as ongoing trade war fears di...