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Eminem Returns with New Trump Attack

Hip-hop superstar Eminem has returned with a fresh attack on U.S. President Donald Trump, contributing an angry verse on the new album of Big Sean.

The lyrics mark the latest political intervention by Eminem, who re-emerged weeks before the November 8 election with a charged, eight-minute freestyle rap against the billionaire Republican.

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Kim Kardashian Questioned in New York over Paris Heist

A French judge investigating the gunpoint robbery of Kim Kardashian has interviewed the U.S. reality star for several hours in New York, judicial sources said Friday.

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Melania Trump, America's Low-Profile First Lady

Two weeks after her husband's inauguration, questions are mounting about what kind of first lady Melania Trump will be.

The 46-year-old former model wowed the crowds at his swearing-in ceremony and inaugural balls dressed in Ralph Lauren powder blue and a vanilla crepe, ticking fashion boxes and suggesting that the mother of one was anxious to step up to her new role.

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British Singer Vera Lynn to Release New Album at 100

Renowned World War II singer Vera Lynn will celebrate her next birthday by becoming the first singer in history to release a new album at age 100, her record label said on Thursday.

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Beyonce Takes over Internet with Twins News

Beyonce is pregnant -- and this time, she's expecting twins with her husband, rap mogul Jay Z.

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Johnny Depp Almost Ruined by Lavish Spending

Johnny Depp's lavish spending -- including $3 million to blast author Hunter S. Thompson's ashes from a cannon -- led him to the brink of financial ruin, according to an explosive lawsuit filed Tuesday.

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Venezuela Bans Hugo Chavez TV Series

Venezuela has banned TV networks from broadcasting a new series on late president Hugo Chavez, calling the U.S.-Colombian production an attack on the legacy of the charismatic socialist firebrand.

"El Comandante," a 60-episode series on Chavez's life, premiered Monday night in Colombia. It is also due to air in seven other Latin American countries and the United States from Tuesday.

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Saudi 'Paul McCartney' in Rare Concert

Saudi Arabia's "Paul McCartney" took to the stage in Jeddah late Monday for a rare concert in a kingdom seeking to boost entertainment despite religious warnings of "depravity."

The performance by Mohammed Abdu, a mustachioed singer popular throughout the Arab world, was the first major concert in seven years in Jeddah, the kingdom's second city, according to Arab News.

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Miss France Crowned Miss Universe

France won its first Miss Universe crown in 64 years on Monday in a made-for-television spectacle where finalists spoke out on the refugee crisis and other hot-button global issues.

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Veteran British Actor John Hurt Dies

Oscar-nominated British actor John Hurt, known for his roles in "Elephant Man" and "Harry Potter", has died aged 77 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, reports said Saturday citing his agent.

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