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●  Vanessa Bryant and his daughters were Kobe Bryant's great loves
It all began with a music video..
●  Grief over Kobe Bryant's death overshadows politics at the Grammys
Grief overshadowed politics at the 62nd Grammy Awards, as the shocking death of Kobe Bryant hours before the event resulted in a series of tributes throughout a show held at Staples Center, the venue where the NBA superstar occupied center stage with the Los Angeles Lakers..
●  Selena Gomez talks about moving past emotional abuse
Selena Gomez is talking about her her on-again, off-again relationship with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, saying she experienced emotional abuse during the time they were together..
●  Grammy ratings decline but still score relative to other entertainment shows
Grammy ratings mirrored the Golden Globes from earlier this month, posting generally strong numbers while experiencing declines compared to last year..
●  Lizzo won three Grammys, but her mind was on Kobe Bryant tragedy
Lizzo went into Grammys night as the most nominated artist of the evening with eight..
●  Grammys open with powerful musical tribute to Kobe Bryant
Grammys host Alicia Keys -- with some help from Boys II Men -- kicked off Sunday's ceremony at the Staples Center with a musical tribute to Kobe Bryant..
●  Kobe Bryant left his mark on Hollywood, too
In 2011, Kobe Bryant became the first professional athlete who was not an actor to have his hand and footprints enshrined at Hollywood's historic Grauman's Chinese Theatre..
●  Billie Eilish has a history-making night at the Grammys
It appears the party is just getting started for 18-year-old Billie Eilish..
●  Read the lyrics to Alicia Keys' healing Grammys song
In her second time as host of the Grammy Awards, Alicia Keys attempted to bring a message of healing to a heavy-hearted Los Angeles crowd with a timely piano tune..
●  Ariana Grande makes return to the Grammy Awards
It's official: Ariana Grande no longer has a problem with the Grammys..
●  'Doctor Who' casts the first black doctor in its history
"Doctor Who" just made history with its first ever black Doctor, who was revealed during Sunday night's episode "Fugitive of the Judoon.".
●  Tyler, The Creator slams Grammys' 'urban' category as a politically correct version of the n-word
Tyler, The Creator is conflicted about his first-ever Grammy..
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The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards are underway, being held Sunday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles..
●  Demi Lovato debuts 'Anyone'
Demi Lovato made an emotional return to the Grammy stage on Sunday, debuting a poignant ballad before the music community..
●  Recording Academy announces new diversity initiatives in midst of Grammys scandal
As the Grammys face accusations of lacking diversity and being a "boys club," the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has announced new initiatives developed in partnership with its Diversity Task Force..
●  Watch Halsey slay her performances and croon alongside Adam Driver in SNL sketch
After a four-week holiday break, Saturday Night Live finally made its return and graced our TVs with none other than Adam Driver as host and Halsey as the musical guest..
●  The only thing I want to talk about is 'Cheer' on Netflix
There's a moment in the second episode of Netflix's "Cheer" where viewers learn more about a boy named Jerry Harris, described by his teammates on the Navarro College cheer team as an ever-positive spirit and friend to many..
●  'Hillary' pulls back the curtain on Hillary Clinton's personal side in a four-part documentary
Politicians often seem more human and relaxed when they are no longer courting voters. So it is with "Hillary," a Hulu documentary that struggles to condense former first lady and two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's extraordinarily eventful life into a little over four hours..
●  Watching 'The Goop Lab' could turn you into a member of the Goop troop
I was prepared to hate-watch "The Goop Lab," the new Netflix docuseries from Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop lifestyle brand that chronicles a wide-range of wellness experiments..
●  That 'LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Tinder' meme was started by none other than Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton didn't need to add "social media prowess" to her laundry list of talents. She's been gifting the public timeless zingers and Instagram-worthy photos before the app even existed..
●  Taylor Swift shares she struggled with an eating disorder
Taylor Swift talks about overcoming an eating disorder in her new Netflix documentary, "Miss Americana," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival Thursday night..
●  How many stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame belong on the walk of shame?
At the height of the #MeToo firestorm, a life-sized golden statue of a bathrobe- and slipper-clad Harvey Weinstein sitting on a sofa mysteriously appeared on the Hollywood Walk of Fame..
●  Neil Young is finally a US citizen after he says his love of weed delayed application
Neil Young has officially become a "Canarican" after his citizenship application was delayed for months because he smoked weed, he said..
●  James Corden was seen being towed while filming 'Carpool Karaoke' and fans are upset
Safety first, right?.
●  'This Is Us' star among Oscar performers
One of the stars of NBC's "This Is Us" is headed to the Academy Awards stage..
●  'The Gentlemen' stocks Guy Ritchie's latest crime comedy with plenty of stars
After recent studio fare like "Aladdin" and the Sherlock Holmes movies, director Guy Ritchie gets back to his "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" indie mode with "The Gentlemen," just stocked with an inordinately good cast. Filled with crosses and double crosses, the plot is mostly irrelevant, but the outlandish flourishes make for a good deal of foul-mouthed fun..
●  'Bad Boys for Life' reunites Will Smith and Martin Lawrence
Coming a quarter-century after the original, and 17 from its sequel, "Bad Boys for Life" feels like a double meaning. As is, this update of a brand of buddy action-comedy Hollywood churned out with regularity way back when is a pretty shoot-by-numbers affair, beyond the mild kick of acknowledging that the central duo are getting a bit old for this sort of thing..
●  'Star Trek: Picard' slowly goes where the franchise has gone before
The term "fan service" implies that a project bends over backwards to mollify its core audience. Yet the warm rush of nostalgia is clearly the best recommendation for "Star Trek: Picard" -- the latest spinoff beamed up by CBS All Access -- a show that slowly goes where the franchise has gone before..
●  'Modern Family' cast says it wasn't easy growing up on TV
It wasn't easy growing up in a modern family on TV..

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●  Hong Kong takes drastic measures over coronavirus.
●  How you can prevent contracting the virus
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks at what you need to know about the Wuhan virus and coronaviruses like MERS and SARS in general, from what they are to how you can treat them..
●  CDC is monitoring for Wuhan coronavirus at 20 US airports
The Centers for Disease Control is monitoring for symptoms of the Wuhan coronavirus at 20 US airports, the agency said on its website Monday..
●  Bolton blows the impeachment case back open
• Analysis: Raw political defense from Trump's team.
●  Bombshells pressure Republicans to allow witnesses.
●  Analyst on Trump team's presentation: Are you kidding?
Following Trump defense team member Ken Starr's argument before the Senate, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin called Starr's argument against impeachment "mind boggling," considering his role as independent counsel in the impeachment proceedings against former President Clinton..
●  US Air Force's 'WiFi in the sky' crashes in Afghanistan
The US military is investigating reports of a plane crash in Afghanistan's Ghazni province, a US official told CNN on Monday. .
●  Netanyahu withdraws immunity request in corruption cases.
●  UK will allow Huawei to help build its 5G network despite US pressure
The British government said Tuesday that it will allow China's Huawei to help build the country's next generation of super-fast wireless networks, a decision that could undermine trade and intelligence ties with the United States..
●  Kobe Bryant: The making of a global superstar.
●  Tributes pour in around the world to commemorate Kobe Bryant
Tributes have poured in from around to world to commemorate the life of NBA legend Kobe Bryant. Bryant and eight others died on January 26 when his helicopter crashed in Calabasas, California..
●  Bryant's pilot got special clearance in worse-than-normal conditions.
●  'Go back to your country': Rugby star Maxime Mbanda recalls racist abuse
It was the verbal insult that hit Maxime Mbanda the hardest, even after his car had been smashed and he was threatened with a crowbar. .
●  Eight million children forced out of school by growing violence
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●  Campaigning in Iowa is different than any other state in the US.
●  DNA test forces former Belgian king to admit fathering a child in extramarital affair
The former king of Belgium, Albert II, has acknowledged that he fathered a daughter in an affair in the 1960s, marking the end of a paternity suit that he has contested for seven years..
●  Man and child die after family camping accident in Australia
A camping accident in Australia left a man and child dead and a woman in serious condition during a family trip, according to authorities..
●  For 5 years my grandfather wasn't human. Yet he only told of kindnesses from Auschwitz.
●  Saudi FM: Relations with Israel dependent on peace deal
CNN's International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson sits down with Saudi Arabia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Faisal bin Farhan al-Saud..
●  Watch CNN's exclusive interview with President Sassoli
CNN's Nina dos Santos sits down with European Parliament President David Sassoli to take the mood of the EU Parliament as it prepares for Brexit on January 31, 2020..
●  Kim Jong Un's aunt seen in public for first time since her husband was executed in 2013
The aunt of Kim Jong Un has made a surprise appearance with the North Korean leader -- the first time she's been seen in public since her husband was executed in 2013..
●  Michelle Obama wins family's third Grammy
Former first lady Michelle Obama has snagged her first Grammy win for the audiobook version of her best-selling memoir "Becoming." It's the third Grammy win for the Obama household. .
●  Federer saves seven match points to reach Australian Open semifinals
He said after the match that he believes in miracles, and Roger Federer needed exactly that to stay alive at the Australian Open..
●  John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova hold on-court protest
Australian Open organizers have criticized John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova after the tennis greats protested on court Tuesday over the naming of the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne Park. .
●  Trump's spiritual adviser defends controversial prayer
Trump spiritual adviser and White House staff member Paula White is defending her recent prayer at her church in Florida that "satanic pregnancies" be miscarried. .
●  In photos: The 2020 Australian Open
The Australian Open at Melbourne Park is the first tennis grand slam of the season and runs from January 20 to February 2. Serena Williams is attempting to win her 24th grand slam title, while in the men's singles Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Dojokovic continue their "Big Three" rivalry..
●  How to tame Nairobi's matatu buses
In Nairobi, Kenya, an informal network of vibrantly decorated minibuses -- known as matatus -- zigzags through the streets blaring out music and taking commuters to and from work. .
●  'Hamilton' fans come for John Bolton's book title
What's John Bolton's toe-tappin' book title mean? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on "The Room Where It Happened.".
●  The UK isn't a 'healthy place to be right now'
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan began a new life in Canada last week, having stepped down as senior royals and left the UK. The couple's departure has forced a heated debate on a problem that many say the country is failing to face up to: racism..

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