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Let It Be: McCartney Zen on Brexit Vote

Former Beatle Paul McCartney says he's undecided on how to vote in Britain's looming EU referendum -- but is comfortable whichever way his compatriots vote.

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Johnny Depp Ordered to Stay Away from Wife over Abuse Claim

Johnny Depp was hit with a restraining order on Friday after his wife appeared in court with a black eye, accusing the Oscar-nominated star of assaulting her.

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French Artist Makes Louvre Pyramid Disappear

How do you make the pyramid at the most famous museum in the world disappear? Turn to French artist JR.

The one-time graffiti artist covered the Louvre's glass pyramid with a vast black-and-white photograph of the facade of the palace behind it.

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Mila Kunis, 'The Walking Dead' Lend Star Power to Red Nose Day

The cast of "The Walking Dead" spoofed the hit zombie show while a host of celebrities manned phone lines Thursday as America's Red Nose Day raked in $30.7 million for needy children.

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Putin Puts Off Meeting with Elton John

Russian President Vladimir Putin is unable to meet Elton John for a long-planned discussion of gay rights when the singer performs in Moscow next week, the Kremlin spokesman said Thursday.

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Disney Ditches its Iconic Dollar

The iconic home of Mickey Mouse said on Wednesday it would no longer print and sell its beloved currency, the Disney dollar, sparking a buying frenzy among collectors.

The distinctive bills, each featuring iconic characters and signed by treasurer Scrooge McDuck, have been a legitimate form of money within the Disney universe since they were put into circulation in the 1980s.

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Kanye West Sued by Hungarian over Song Sample

A Hungarian artist is seeking more than $2.5 million from Kanye West, saying the rap superstar's track "New Slaves" sampled his music without permission or royalties.

Gabor Presser, who described himself as a "living legend" in Hungary, said that West's lawyers put "extraordinary time pressure" on him to sign off quickly on use of the song which appeared on his 2013 "Yeezus" album.

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'Star Trek' at 50: Boldly Going on... and on

It launched with a mission of just five years "to boldly go where no man has gone before" but half a century later "Star Trek" is a multi-billion-dollar cultural phenomenon adored by fans the world over.

When the show debuted in 1966 the concept was a three-season television show following the crew of the starship Enterprise as they ventured into the galaxy to seek out new civilizations.

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Depp and Australia Minister Renew War of Words

A war of words between Johnny Depp and an Australian minister reignited Wednesday with Barnaby Joyce claiming he was the Hollywood star's Hannibal Lecter after being told he looked as if he was "inbred with a tomato".

The pair have been at loggerheads since Depp's wife Amber Heard failed to declare the couple's two dogs when they arrived in Queensland state a year ago.

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'Shield' Actor Taunted and Shot Dead Wife, Court Told

U.S. actor Michael Jace gunned down his wife in front of their children at their Los Angeles home after taunting her over her request for a divorce, a court heard Tuesday.

April Jace was able to stagger away after being hit in the back, only for her husband to shoot her twice more, Deputy District Attorney Tannaz Mokayef told the trial in LA.

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