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Prince Harry's lawyer implicates Rupert Murdoch in cover-up of unlawful snooping by his tabloids

Prince Harry's lawyer leveled explosive new allegations Wednesday that Rupert Murdoch was aware of cover-ups at his British tabloids that used unlawful techniques to spy on the Duke of Sussex and others.

Attorney David Sherborne said Murdoch was among the executives who were aware that public statements made about phone hacking and other unlawful information gathering at News Group Newspapers were untrue.

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Beyoncé will receive the Innovator Award at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Days after Beyoncé releases her highly anticipated eighth studio album, she'll make an appearance at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards to receive its innovator award.

Beyoncé will appear at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to accept the honor during the April 1 ceremony hosted by Ludacris. She's being recognized for her pioneering career: for decades of creative risks and influencing pop culture on a mass scale, as well as last year's groundbreaking Renaissance World Tour.

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Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez are officially divorced

Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez are now divorced.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judgment dissolving their marriage of nearly three years became official Tuesday, six months after the 30-year-old pop star filed a petition to divorce the 28-year-old real estate broker.

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Video of Prince William and Kate halts royal rumor mill

Prince William and his wife Catherine have been filmed at a farm shop near their Windsor home, The Sun newspaper reported — the first footage of Kate since she had abdominal surgery for an unspecified condition two months ago.

The newspaper published a short clip late Monday that appeared to show William and Kate smiling as they walked together, carrying shopping bags. It said the footage was taken on Saturday in Windsor, west of London.

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4 things to know from Elon Musk's interview with Don Lemon

Former CNN reporter Don Lemon mixed it up with Tesla CEO Elon Musk in an interview Lemon posted on Musk's X social network Monday. The interview was supposed to kick off Lemon's new talk show on X, formerly known as Twitter, at least until Musk canceled the show shortly after the interview was recorded.

Over the course of slightly more than an hour, the two men jousted over subjects ranging from the political consequences of immigration and the benefits and harms of content moderation to Musk's symptoms of depression and his use of ketamine to alleviate them.

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'Kung Fu Panda 4' repeats at No. 1 on box office charts

" Kung Fu Panda 4 " stayed at the top of the North American box office in its second weekend in theaters. The Universal and DreamWorks Animation movie earned $30 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.

The franchise featuring the voice of Jack Black is responsible for over $1.9 billion at the box office since it launched in 2008 and spawned several animated series, shorts, video games and a holiday special. The fourth installment, playing in 4,067 locations in North America, has already made $107.7 million domestically.

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Meghan returns to Instagram to tease new food, cookbook, cutlery brand

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has returned to Instagram to tease a new brand that records show could feature jams, household items, cookbooks and cutlery.

The former actor left Instagram when she got engaged to Prince Harry, and as recently as last week, spoke about the dangers of social media. On Thursday, a new account called American Riviera Orchard appeared on Instagram, saying it was created by Meghan. The unverified account included photos of a logo and link to a website to join a waitlist to learn more details.

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In 'Frida' documentary, artist's own words are used to tell her story

Frida Kahlo used her own experiences to inform her art. In that spirit, Kahlo's personal writings are used to help tell the story of her life in a new documentary, "Frida."

Filmmaker Carla Gutiérrez blends first person narration with archival footage and interpretive animation of Kahlo's work in the film, which is now streaming on Prime Video.

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Hopkins, Flynn find poignant synergy in real-life war tale 'One Life'

By the time Nicholas Winton died in 2015 at the ripe age of 106, the former London stockbroker and self-proclaimed "ordinary man" had been widely recognized for his extraordinary deeds — rescuing 669 Jewish children from the Nazis, saving them from certain death.

But for most of his life, Winton's rescue of those children from Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II, bringing them to safety in Britain, was unknown to the public. His story was revealed dramatically on the BBC show "That's Life!" in 1988, which introduced him, in an emotional surprise, to some of the very people he'd saved. Tears were shed and a fuss was made over this unfussy man. He was dubbed the "British Schindler," and knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003.

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Dua Lipa, SZA and Shania Twain to lead this year's Glastonbury Festival in June

Whatever the weather, the 200,000 or so music fans heading down to this year's Glastonbury Festival are going to get something different.

For the first time since the festival started in 1970, two female acts will be performing the headline spots on the main stage on two of the three nights. British singer Dua Lipa will play the headline spot on the Pyramid Stage on Friday night and American artist SZA will close it out on Sunday.

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