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Harry Potter, Now a Dad, Makes Stage Debut in London

Harry Potter makes his stage debut on Tuesday in a new London play that imagines the fictional boy wizard as a father of three, in the latest offshoot of the globally successful franchise.

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DC Beauty Commands Army Unit, Miss USA Crown

When Miss District of Columbia Deshauna Barber took the Miss USA crown Sunday, the US army reserve officer said she hoped that she was "breaking the mold."

Serving in the military "has taught me that being confidently beautiful is about being able to earn respect from people regardless of what you look like," said the 26 year-old Barber.

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Prince Death Ruled a Painkiller Overdose

Prince died from an accidental overdose of painkillers, autopsy results showed Thursday, confirming the pop icon as the highest-profile victim of the U.S. epidemic of opioid abuse.

Ending weeks of speculation, a medical examiner in Prince's native Minnesota ruled the 57-year-old's April 21 death an "accident" caused by self-administration of fentanyl, a powerful opioid used to treat severe pain.

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'Political Animals': The Lesbian Legacy of Harvey Milk

Forged in the white heat of California's gay and lesbian counter-culture, the political careers of four women have changed the course of history for members of the LGBT community.

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'House of Cards' Star Michael Kelly 'Binge Watches' at Home

"House of Cards" star Michael Kelly revealed Thursday he binge-watches the show with his wife when he isn't filming -- but complained that she had cheated on him by getting ahead.

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European Celebrities Sign 'Love Letter' to Britain

ABBA star Bjorn Ulvaeus and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger were among 140 European celebrities who signed a "love letter to the British people" on Thursday, hoping they will stay in the EU.

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'Rage' Supergroup Emerges in Tense U.S. Election Year

Members of two bands long known for their strong political messages, Rage Against the Machine and Public Enemy, have come together for a new supergroup in a charged U.S. election year.

Calling themselves Prophets of Rage, the new act debuted with a small concert Tuesday evening in Los Angeles and promised an update Friday on additional plans.

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S.African Elephant Charges Action Hero Schwarzenegger

Hollywood action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger has admitted that "some of us had to change our pants" after an elephant charged a vehicle he was in while on safari in South Africa.

Schwarzenegger posted a video of the charge on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday with the comment: "I couldn't have written this safari encounter better if it was for a movie."

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Axl Rose Extends AC/DC Career with U.S. Dates

Hard rock greats AC/DC on Wednesday extended their new incarnation with singer Axl Rose, announcing 10 shows in the United States.

The Guns N' Roses frontman joined the Australian rockers on an ongoing European tour that started last month after Brian Johnson, the band's singer since 1980, was told by doctors he risked permanent hearing damage if he kept performing.

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Depp's Estranged Wife Files Domestic Violence Police Report

Actress Amber Heard filed a police statement Tuesday accusing her estranged husband Johnny Depp of domestic violence, saying she had endured "years of physical and psychological" abuse.

Heard's attorneys said in a statement that the actress had refused to file a police report after a May 21 argument with Depp that left a bruise on her face out of concern for his career and to protect her privacy.

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