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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more..
●  See who won at the ACM Awards
The Academy of Country Music Awards, celebrating the best in country music, are being presented Sunday..
●  J-Lo, H.E.R. and Selena Gomez will headline a streamed concert to support Covid-19 vaccine distribution
Pop and rock stars are planning a global broadcast and streaming special to support equal vaccine distribution..
●  Kate Winslet classes up small-town secrets in 'Mare of Easttown'
Small towns harbor big secrets in prestige TV, and so it is in "Mare of Easttown," a showcase for Kate Winslet that resembles "Broadchurch" in the broad strokes, before establishing its own distinct personality. Slow to start, the limited series gains momentum while mostly providing Winslet a fine star vehicle a decade after her Emmy-winning turn in HBO's "Mildred Pierce.".
●  Helen McCrory, 'Harry Potter' and 'Peaky Blinders' star, dead at 52
Helen McCrory, the British actress best known for her roles in the 'Harry Potter' films and 'Peaky Blinders,' has died, her husband, actor Damian Lewis, announced on Friday..
●  DMX featured on new song with French Montana and Swizz Beatz
Swizz Beatz and French Montana have a new song out with the late DMX..
●  Aidan Shaw will be back in the 'Sex and the City' reboot
We just may be seeing Aidan Shaw's face again..
●  Funny how far women have come in comedy
The death of pioneering "Saturday Night Live" writer Anne Beatts last week was a reminder of the strides made by women in comedy -- and the work toward equity that remains..
●  Marvel shows off its deep bench of characters in 'Falcon' and 'WandaVision'
Marvel Comics was built on titles with a 60-year history, like Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and the Hulk. But some of the characters recently getting attention and lighting up social media have names like Sharon Carter, Jimmy Woo and the Dora Milaje..
●  The Oscars suddenly have a bigger mission: Help save movie theaters
If the Oscars needed a general theme this year beyond just honoring the best in movies, the closure of the Arclight and Pacific cinema chain has perhaps given them one: Spread the message to save theaters..
●  Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez announce breakup in new statement
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez say they are better off as friends..
●  Karen Olivo leaving Broadway's 'Moulin Rouge'
Tony-winning actress Karen Olivo has announced she is leaving the Broadway production of "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" due to a lack of response by the theater community over allegations producer Scott Rudin verbally and physically abused numerous staff members at his production company over the years..
●  Latest 'Fast & Furious' film 'F9' drops new trailer
The ninth installment in the "Fast & Furious" franchise has a new release date set for June 25..
●  Kyra Sedgwick says she isn't invited back to Tom Cruise's house
Kyra Sedgwick once had a nosy moment as a house guest..
●  What to expect at the Oscars
Amid a global pandemic, shuttered movie theaters and after a two-month delay, Sunday's 93rd Academy Awards are already poised to feel very different than previous years..
●  Anne Hathaway and James Franco hosting the 2011 Oscars may have been doomed from the start
The 2011 Oscars ceremony was certainly a weird one..
●  Colton Underwood filming unscripted series for Netflix
Colton Underwood is returning to reality TV -- but this time on Netflix..
●  Netflix adds Jamie Foxx to its star-driven roster of sitcoms
Netflix premieres a sitcom this week with the self-explanatory title "Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!," which stars Jamie Foxx and is inspired (and produced by) his daughter, Corinne Foxx. It's pretty much everything the exclamation point would suggest -- a star-driven exercise that's loud but not very good..
●  Katy Perry and Miranda Kerr talk about their close relationship
Katy Perry and Miranda Kerr are all about the love..
●  Justin Bieber says his drug problem was so bad that bodyguards would check his pulse as he slept
Justin Bieber has opened up about his transformation from wild child to reformed character..
●  Morgan Wallen says he's working on himself after racial slur controversy
After apologizing in February for a racial slur controversy, Morgan Wallen isn't planning on riding the success of his recent album..
●  'Bridgerton' renewed for two more seasons at Netflix
Dearest readers, prepare for news that will get your petticoats in a twist: Netflix is giving us at least four seasons of "Bridgerton.".
●  'ER' cast will reunite for special 'Stars In The House' episode
Yes, Dr. Doug Ross will be there..
●  Hank Azaria feels he should apologize for Apu 'to every single Indian person in this country'
More than a year after abandoning voicing Apu Nahasapeemapetilon on "The Simpsons," Hank Azaria continues to reflect on playing the controversial character..
●  Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua pull 'Emancipation' production from Georgia
Georgia has lost a major production because of its newly restrictive voting legislation..
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●  'Thunder Force' teams Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer in superhero spoof
Melissa McCarthy teams up with husband Ben Falcone again on "Thunder Force," a comedic dud that's aptly titled, since it makes loud noises without really needing to be seen. The one thing unlikely to be heard during this Netflix superhero spoof is a whole lot of laughter..
●  'The Serpent' sinks its teeth in with a true-crime tale set in the 1970s
Even taking acknowledged creative liberties, the true story at the core of "The Serpent" sinks its teeth into you, chronicling a murder spree by a slick con man, and the unlikely diplomat whose determined efforts helped apprehend him. Anchored by Tahar Rahim ("The Mauritanian"), the eight-part series drags in places, but gradually becomes the kind of binge that those who get drawn in might well consume in a weekend..
●  'Black Widow' joins the streaming battle, but nobody's sure what winning looks like
Wonder Woman, Mulan and now Black Widow have all been enlisted to help power streaming services. Yet despite that high-profile roster of heroes, it's a battle the studios deploying them appear somewhat conflicted about winning..
●  'Genius: Aretha' earns its respect with Cynthia Erivo's showstopping role
After Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso, "Genius: Aretha" is both the most commercial and the best installment of this National Geographic anthology series, powered by Cynthia Erivo's "give her all the awards now" performance as the Queen of Soul. Flitting around in time and covering a great deal of ground, the production earns a big helping of R-E-S-P-E-C-T to all concerned..

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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more..
●  Eligibility for vaccines is wide open but demand in US is dropping. Here's why
When health officials in Ohio's Mercer County opened their first Covid-19 vaccine drive-thru clinic in January, available slots filled up instantly, and more than 500 people were vaccinated in a single day. .
●  Vaccine giant puts 'catastrophic' hold on exports.
●  Discarded PPE filling up landfills and oceans
In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, the shortage of PPE left many frontline healthcare workers painfully vulnerable. Now, the sudden mass production of PPE is adding to an already staggering amount of plastic waste in our landfills and oceans. CNN's Bill Weir reports..
●  Chinese feminists are being silenced by nationalist trolls. Some are fighting back
The torrent of hate messages filling Liang Xiaowen's inbox stopped as suddenly as it had started..
●  Mass shootings and the Chauvin trial force America to confront its culture of violence
America is being forced to confront a basic failure to keep its own citizens safe with a murderous daily churn of mass shootings and the nation on edge for the end of the trial into George Floyd's murder..
●  Trump calls Afghanistan withdrawal 'a wonderful and positive thing to do' and criticizes Biden's timeline.
●  Fareed: Withdrawing from Afghanistan is the right move
CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take on President Joe Biden's decision to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021..
●  12 European football teams to form breakaway 'Super League'
Twelve of the top football clubs in Europe made an announcement Sunday that may shift the landscape of European football. .
●  After centuries of nomadic living, Thailand's 'sea people' adapt to life on land
These days, Salamak Klathalay, like most of us, lives in a house, on land. But this is a relatively new experience for the 78-year-old..
●  Bitcoin suffers flash crash following week of crypto hype
After a hype-filled week for cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin experienced a flash crash over the weekend, plunging nearly 14% in less than an hour, from about $59,000 to $51,000, on Saturday night before rebounding. Other popular cryptocurrencies including ethereum and Dogecoin also fell dramatically, before recouping some of their losses. .
●  These siblings fled war-torn Syria. Now, the country they settled into is telling them to go back
It felt like paradise when Dania and Hussam first moved to Denmark..
●  US and China agree to cooperate on climate change after talks in Shanghai.
●  Smerconish: My tweet on mass shootings must have hit a nerve
CNN's Michael Smerconish says Americans are "resigned" to accept never-ending gun violence, after three mass shooting in three months. .
●  Manhunt underway for shooting suspect in Austin after three people were killed
Three people were pronounced dead at the scene of an active shooting incident in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, according to tweets from Austin-Travis County EMS..
●  Philip's death leaves Britain's royals at a crossroads
A version of this story appeared in a special April 18 edition of CNN's Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on the royal family, what they are up to in public and what's happening behind palace walls. Sign up here. .
●  Mars helicopter's first flight could happen on Monday
The Ingenuity helicopter is preparing for its historic flight on Mars Monday if everything goes according to plan. The first powered, controlled flight on another planet will take place at 3:30 a.m. ET on April 19, according to NASA. .
●  Russian suspects in Salisbury poisoning linked to blast in Czech Republic
The suspects of the 2018 novichok nerve agent poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England, have been linked to a 2014 blast in the Czech Republic that killed two people. .
●  Navalny's life is Putin's 'personal' responsibility, say Russian politicians.
●  See who won at the Academy of Country Music Awards 2021
The Academy of Country Music Awards, celebrating the best in country music, are being presented Sunday..
●  'Out of control' fire breaks out in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park
An "out of control" fire has broken out in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park on Sunday, according to South African officials, prompting the evacuation of hikers from the city's most famous landmark. .
●  Typhoon Surigae is slowly moving away from the eastern provinces of the Philippines
The first super typhoon of the season in the West Pacific made a close approach to the Eastern Philippines this weekend. .
●  Younger Americans are least likely to vaccinate.
●  Scary video shows toddler's encounter with Peloton treadmill
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning people who use the Peloton Tread+ treadmill, saying there have been "multiple reports of children becoming entrapped, pinned, and pulled under" the device..
●  Indianapolis FedEx shooter bought two weapons used in killings legally last year despite FBI concerns.
●  WWII era plane makes emergency landing near Florida beach
A World War II-era plane was forced to land off the coast of Cocoa Beach, Florida, Saturday afternoon after it experienced engine failure..
●  At least 11 killed, 98 injured in Egypt as train derails
At least 97 people were injured when a train went off the tracks near the city of Toukh, north of Cairo on Sunday, according to Egypt's Ministry of Health..
●  Taylor Swift surprises nurse with handwritten note
Nurse Britta Thomason received a surprise care package and handwritten note from Taylor Swift after she mentioned being a fan of the pop star in an interview with her local paper..
●  Australia in 'no hurry' to open borders to visitors
Australia is in "no hurry" to open its international borders and risk the success that the country has had with the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Sunday. .
●  George Floyd's death did not spark a racial reckoning
They tell me I've experienced a "racial reckoning." .

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