• 'Stranger Things' Kids Get a Surprise Visit From Barb on 'Chelsea'
'Stranger Things' Kids Get a Surprise Visit From Barb on 'Chelsea'

It will be set in 1984 - one year on from the events of the first eight episodes. But in the season finale, it was clear that Barb had perished, and it wasn't brought up again. So happy for my fellow cast! But they were clearly delighted to see Purser. "I'd love to see her back on set". "She said that I was her favorite character and Abbi Jacobson,...

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  • Obama first sitting US President to visit Laos
Obama first sitting US President to visit Laos

Obama is touring a rehabilitation center in Laos that treats victims of bombs the US dropped during the Vietnam War. Duterte declared in an interview that he would curse Obama if he dared to bring up the matters in their private encounter.

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  • Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston Have Broken Up
Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston Have Broken Up

Hiddleston is ready to cinch that 007 role take the Emmy red carpet by storm with Swift on September 18, but she's not so keen on the idea, according to the publication. In unrelated news, the " Thor " actor is burning his July 4th edition "I 3 T. S." shirt. Taylor Swift is reportedly feeling "uncomfortable" with Tom Hiddleston's desire t...

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  • Mel Gibson & Andrew Garfield at 'Hacksaw Ridge' Venice Premiere
Mel Gibson & Andrew Garfield at 'Hacksaw Ridge' Venice Premiere

It's a testament to his filmmaking chops, and also an act of atonement that may succeed in bringing Gibson back. As a machine-tooled vehicle for Mel Gibson's directorial comeback, Hacksaw Ridge couldn't be more flawless. Yet there's still something overtly programmatic about " Hacksaw Ridge ". He refused to use a weapon as a Seventh-day Adventi...

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  • Google brings a doodle to mark Teacher's Day in India
Google brings a doodle to mark Teacher's Day in India

On being asked what should the country do to improve the economy and its medal tally in the Olympics, the president said India's requirement is to have "growth with equity" and also overall creation of better physical, educational and health infrastructure which are the requirements of a healthy society.

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  • Kylie Jenner Just Dyed Her Hair Blonde on Snapchat
Kylie Jenner Just Dyed Her Hair Blonde on Snapchat

Kylie Jenner has unveiled a new platinum blonde hairstyle. "How the f**k did Kylie Jenner get her hair from black to blonde in one day?" "The pain", she wrote while trying out the popular puppy filter. Kourt wrote on her app . Kylie's first snap showed her midway through the procedure, with chemicals on her hair but her dark roots still sh...

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  • Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day
Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

The first debate between the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees is scheduled to take place on Monday Sept. 26. "Voters who traditionally have not voted Republican or haven't even voted in a very long time seem to be coming out to support this messenger and this message".

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  • The Light Between Oceans
The Light Between Oceans

Both Fassbender and Alicia Vikander were drawn to the project for different reasons, and they first met during the rehearsal process. Last week, with " Don't Breathe ", I said it was an incredible horror film but had a sequence that is so disturbing that I never wanted to see it again .

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  • Drake Bell Reportedly Sentenced Over Second DUI
Drake Bell Reportedly Sentenced Over Second DUI

Glendale Police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot told People past year that cops "smelled an odor of alcohol" coming from Bell's auto, so they administered a sobriety test on Bell, which the actor "did not satisfactorily complete". Bell was arrested and later released with a citation after posting $20,000 in bail. The actor was similarly pulled ove...

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  • Singapore in battle mode against Zika after infections rise
Singapore in battle mode against Zika after infections rise

It is very risky for pregnant women to get infected with the zika virus as this has been linked to birth of babies with severe brain and other neurological defects including microcephaly, a rare condition where a baby has a small head. "Although sporadic cases of Zika were reported on both continents, the extent of previous infections remains...

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  • MAC power Bowling Green will try to 'shock' Buckeyes
MAC power Bowling Green will try to 'shock' Buckeyes

Their 776 yards of total offense broke an 86-year old school record. Ohio State running back Curtis Samuel celebrates his touchdown against Bowling Green during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. "I'm sure we'll see mistakes on the video, but the fact that you can get the 11 guys at least positioned close to w...

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  • Rapper Lil Wayne announces he is 'mentally defeated' and quits music career
Rapper Lil Wayne announces he is 'mentally defeated' and quits music career

Wayne has certainly had his fair share of issues in recent years that could lead him to feel this way. First, someone dialed up 911 in Miami and falsely reported a shooting at his home, and this is the second time this has happened in two years.

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  • Ben Carson Just Did The Most Ben Carson Thing Ever
Ben Carson Just Did The Most Ben Carson Thing Ever

The retired neurosurgeon and former US presidential candidate was speaking with CNN in front of his childhood home about Donald Trump's visit to the city when a look of shock blanketed his face. Carson distanced himself from the name-calling between Trump and Hillary Clinton concerning the candidates trading insults throughout the campaign. Dona...

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  • Rafael Nadal scores win at US Open
Rafael Nadal scores win at US Open

The USTA has said that, based on pre-tournament testing, the expectation is there will be little difference in playing conditions whether the roof is open or closed. Venus Williams breezed through her second-round match at the U.S. Open. Murray jumped to a quick 5-2 lead in the first set, then it took about 23 minutes to get through the last two ...

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  • Love & Longing in the Times of Ranbir Kapoor
Love & Longing in the Times of Ranbir Kapoor

The makers of the film have adopted a unique strategy for releasing the teaser of the upcoming romantic drama. The Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan starrer has already become the talk of the town for all the right reasons.

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  • Latinos abandon Trump after policy speech
Latinos abandon Trump after policy speech

Though he may be too diplomatic to say so, Pena Nieto probably was not persuaded Donald Trump will be good for Mexico. The impostor gushed about a "common interest in keeping our hemisphere safe, prosperous and free", and waxed poetic about "joint operations between our two countries".

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  • North Korea minister executed 'for showing lack of respect'
North Korea minister executed 'for showing lack of respect'

Local news agency Yonhap cited the official as saying that Kim Yong-jin, 63, was shot by firing squad last month after being accused of "showing a bad attitude" during a parliamentary meeting in late June. If confirmed, they would be the latest in a series of killings, purges and dismissals carried out since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took pow...

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  • Michigan asks high court to halt straight-party vote ruling
Michigan asks high court to halt straight-party vote ruling

Supreme Court on Friday. Two lower courts had overturned the measure, agreeing with litigants that the new law discriminates against minorities that traditionally tend to vote Democrats. "On two prior occasions (in 1964 and 2001), the people of MI rejected by referendum the efforts of the legislature to eliminate this practice begun in 1891".

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  • Court date set for singer Chris Brown
Court date set for singer Chris Brown

The entertainer's release comes just hours after he was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon following a highly public standoff with police at his LA residence. "You idiots", he said. Chris is out and well. The Grammy victor says he's innocent, and his attorney says the allegations are "demonstrably false".

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  • VMA recap: Beyoncé conquers stage, sweeps awards alongside Rihanna and Britney
VMA recap: Beyoncé conquers stage, sweeps awards alongside Rihanna and Britney

The multiple victories helped Beyonce break the record for most VMAs ever with 24 wins to her name, surpassing the previous title holder Madonna, who has a total of 20 Moonman trophies. Rihanna took to the stage a second time to perform another medley of her hits including the inescapable " Work " that had the entire audience chanting along wi...

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