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U.S. fashion icon, socialite Gloria Vanderbilt dead at 95

(Reuters) - Gloria Vanderbilt, the "poor little rich girl" who lived a life at the highest levels of fashion, society and wealth as an heir to one of the greatest family fortunes in U.S. history, died on Monday at the age of 95, her son CNN correspondent Anderson Cooper said. Read More


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Bill Cosby's post as 'America's Dad' on Father's Day sparks anger online

(Reuters) - Convicted sex offender Bill Cosby's Instagram post identifying himself as "America's Dad" in a Father's Day message touched off online reaction from admiration to outrage. More »


'Men in Black: International' leads box office with muted $28 million

LOS ANGELES ( - Hollywood seems to be coming down with a contagious case of franchise fatigue this summer, as "Men in Black: International" and "Shaft" become the latest sequels largely dismissed by moviegoers in North America. More »


Franco Zeffirelli, Italian film and opera director, dies at 96

ROME (Reuters) - Franco Zeffirelli, who directed the world's greatest opera singers and brought Shakespeare to the cinema-going masses, has died. He was 96. More »


'The Dead Don't Die' stars on the environment

(Reuters) - Flesh-eating zombies terrorize a small town in Jim Jarmusch's "The Dead Don't Die", a comedy horror in which polar fracking sets off strange reactions and raises the dead. More »


Cuba Gooding Jr. charged with groping woman in Manhattan bar

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. was charged on Thursday with groping a woman at a Manhattan bar last weekend, New York City police said. More »


Founder of K-pop label YG resigns amid drugs and sex scandals

SEOUL (Reuters) - Yang Hyun-suk, founder of South Korea's YG Entertainment which manages top K-pop performers, stepped down on Friday from his duties as chief producer, in the aftermath of drug and sex scandals involving his artists. More »


Leonard Cohen's love letters to Marianne fetch $876,000 at auction

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A collection of more than 50 love letters written by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen to the woman who inspired "So Long, Marianne" has sold for $876,000, with many going for more than five times their pre-sale estimates, Christie's auction house said on Thursday. More »


Madonna takes on frightening world with new album 'Madame X'

LONDON (Reuters) - Gun control, poverty and the marginalized, Madonna's new album "Madame X" sees the Queen of Pop wanting to "fight back" in what she sees as a frightening modern world. More »


Robbie Williams takes stake in college, sings mentoring's praises

LONDON (Reuters) - Pop singer Robbie Williams, a judge on Britain's "The X Factor" television show last year, is taking a stake in a performing arts college as he looks to mentor more "jazz hand people" like him. More »


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