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● Lady Gaga's dad speaks out following 'appalling' attack against dog walker
Lady Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta is speaking out following the horrifying attack on Wednesday that left his daughter's dog walker shot and her two French bulldogs stolen..
● Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are the silver lining to a likely strange Golden Globes
The Globes are known as Hollywood's big party where television and film come together and celebrate the best in the industry. But this Sunday's Golden Globes will be more distant than ever..
● 'The Handmaid's Tale' Season 4 trailer is here
Elisabeth Moss's June is on the run in the new teaser for Season 4 of "The Handmaid's Tale.".
● 'The Father' showcases Anthony Hopkins as a man in the throes of dementia
"The Father" will affect people in different ways, and the movie remains a somewhat claustrophobic adaptation of the stage play. Yet there have been few better attempts on screen to capture dementia -- both for those trapped within it, and those grappling with how to handle them -- punctuated by a staggering performance from Anthony Hopkins, a brilliant cherry on top of the 83-year-old actor's extraordinary career..
● 'Coming 2 America' turned Rick Ross' Georgia mansion into a Zamunda palace
When audiences see Eddie Murphy's Prince Akeem, prince of the fictional African nation of Zamunda, living in his enormous palace, they'll probably not realize it's actually an Atlanta, Georgia home that belongs to rapper Rick Ross..
● Marvel releases catchy 'Agatha All Along' song from 'WandaVision'
"Agatha All Along," the catchy tune from episode seven of "WandaVision," is now on Spotify..
● 'The United States vs. Billie Holiday' lets Andra Day deliver its high notes
Almost 50 years after "Lady Sings the Blues," "The United States vs. Billie Holiday" revisits the singer's career, through the lens of the feds hounding her. The result is a disjointed, oddly structured movie, which derives its high notes from Andra Day's showstopping performance in the title role..
● The Golden Globes are considered a big party. This year, they'll air under two clouds
The Golden Globes are celebrated as a star-studded party, but this year they'll air under a pair of clouds -- one due to the difficulty in staging a free-wheeling awards show during a pandemic, the other lined by fresh allegations about questionable ethical practices involving the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that hands out the trophies..
● 'Crisis' tries giving the opioid epidemic the 'Traffic' treatment
It's either a bad time or (cynically) a good one to release a relatively small movie starring Armie Hammer, whose personal life has been very much in the headlines. Setting those marketing considerations aside, the film is "Crisis," a weak attempt to chronicle the opioid epidemic "Traffic" style, through a trio of stories that wind up feeling like three mediocre movies in one..
● 'Cherry' reunites Tom Holland and the Russo brothers on a not-so-super movie
The current Spider-Man and directors of "Avengers: Endgame" reunite on "Cherry," but that's the only conspicuously super thing about this grim adaptation of the bestselling book. Tom Holland's kinetic performance is impressive, but it's in the service of an uneven film that too self-consciously works at mirroring the form of a novel..
● 'Frasier' is being rebooted, with Kelsey Grammer reprising the role 17 years after show ended
Frasier Crane is still listening..
● 'Superman & Lois' flies back to the Man of Steel's 'Smallville' roots
"Superman & Lois" was plucked from the ribs of the current crop of the CW's DC superhero dramas, but its strongest connection is to an earlier series, the long-running "Smallville." Adding a family/coming-of-age component to the Man of Steel's mythology, the show cleverly ties into the deep roots of the franchise, at least initially proving you can go home again..
● Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce
Jill Biden offered Kelly Clarkson advice amid her divorce from Brandon Blackstock..
● The third 'Spider-Man' film finally has a title
Until Wednesday, rumors about the title of the third Spider-Man film have been a web of lies. But the truth has been revealed..
● DWI charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen, who pleads guilty to just drinking in the park
Bruce Springsteen pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges he imbibed alcohol at New Jersey's Sandy Hook National Recreation Area, despite knowing it was prohibited..
● Prince Harry, Meghan Markle donate new roof to Texas women's shelter damaged in storm
A Texas shelter badly damaged by last week's winter storm is getting help from an unexpected donor..
● BTS covers Coldplay and more on MTV Unplugged debut
BTS made their debut on MTV's Unplugged Tuesday night and played some of their greatest hits..
● Axl Rose hangs with the 'Scooby Doo' gang in an animated cameo
Axl Rose is getting animated..
● Taylor Swift's re-recorded 'Love Story' is back on top of the charts
Taylor Swift's re-recording of "Love Story" is now a success story..
● George Clooney is doing a lot of laundry and dishes these days
George Clooney is featured on one of the covers of W Magazine's first issue of 2021, Volume 1, Best Performances, which pays tribute to the actors who turned in great performances in over the past year..
● 'Amend' brings Will Smith's starry touch to the 14th Amendment's tumultuous history
Having already aired director Ava DuVernay's documentary "13th," about the legacy of the 13th Amendment, Netflix ups the ante by devoting a six-part series to the 14th with "Amend: The Fight for America." It's an ambitious project that mixes various techniques, stars and historians to enliven the history and connect it to the present, with its most conspicuous weakness being the contributions of host and producer Will Smith..
● Mandy Moore welcomes baby boy with husband Taylor Goldsmith
Mandy Moore has welcomed her first child..
● Matt James addresses 'Bachelor' racism controversy
Matt James, the star of ABC's "The Bachelor," is breaking his silence on the controversy that has enveloped this season of the series..
● 'Allen v. Farrow' is the latest example of 'consequences culture'
HBO's new docuseries, "Allen v. Farrow," is more than a piercing look at a bitter custody battle between two famous people amid allegations of sexual misconduct..
● 'Behind Her Eyes' is a twisty drama that earns its time in front of your eyes
The less you know about "Behind Her Eyes" going in the better, and while the Netflix drama feels slow-going at first, patience has its rewards. By the time it's over, this sci-fi-tinged limited series becomes a buzzworthy binge, one that will likely have you thinking back to clues you might have missed along the way..
● For movie awards season, February is beginning to look a lot like Christmas
The pandemic has upended the calendar in a variety of ways, and the movie awards "season" is no exception. That explains why this year, February is beginning to look a lot like Christmas..
● 'Minari' looks back at one family's American dream in rural Arkansas
"Minari" is a deeply personal film, and quality that's evident in writer-director Lee Isaac Chung's reminiscence about his childhood. Focusing on a Korean immigrant family, the universal themes come through loud, clear and ultimately with considerable power, even if the movie's languid pace works against it..
● 'Nomadland' drops Frances McDormand into a rootless life on the open road
As with her breakthrough movie "The Rider," director Chloé Zhao straddles a line between fiction and reality with "Nomadland," parachuting Frances McDormand into what almost feels like a documentary about those living a rootless existence as nomads traveling across America. It's a very good film, if one that cruises into awards season fueled by what feels like excessive praise given its understated appeal..
● 'One Night in Miami' packs a powerful dramatic punch
A fascinating historical meeting of the minds provides the foundation for Regina King's impressive feature film directorial debut in "One Night in Miami," a creative extrapolation about Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke coming together in 1964. It's a small but riveting movie, anchored by a quartet of knockout performances..
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● US releases long-awaited declassified report on Khashoggi killing.
● Biden sends a message to Iran, but with a scalpel instead of a sledgehammer.
● Ex-General explains the message Biden is sending with strike
Retired Lt. General Mark Hertling and former Obama adviser David Axelrod discuss the US military strike ordered by President Biden on a site in Syria used by two Iranian-backed militia groups..
● Proud Boys leader has no sympathy for lawmakers targeted by Capitol riot
• Ex-Proud Boys member on what it's like in the far-right group.
● Russian diplomats and their families leave North Korea by hand-pushed rail trolley due to Covid-19 restrictions.
● These vaccine trial participants in an Indian city said they didn't know they were being tested on
More than a dozen slum residents in Bhopal, India, say they thought they were being vaccinated for Covid-19. They say they later discovered from local activists that some of them hadn't been given an approved vaccine and had unwittingly taken part in a Phase 3 clinical trial for India's homegrown vaccine, Covaxin. CNN's Vedika Sud reports..
● 'ISIS bride' who fled UK as a teen not allowed to return home and fight for citizenship
The UK Supreme Court ruled Friday that "ISIS bride" Shamima Begum cannot return to the United Kingdom to appeal the revocation of her UK citizenship..
● Prince Harry says he left royal life because UK press was 'destroying' his mental health
Prince Harry has said he stepped back from the royal family last year because the British press was "destroying" his mental health..
● Myanmar's UN ambassador pleads for immediate global action to help overturn coup
Myanmar's United Nations ambassador has pleaded for immediate international action to help overturn the country's military coup. .
● Hundreds of schoolgirls abducted in Nigeria, government official says
Hundreds of schoolgirls were abducted in the early hours of Friday when armed men raided a state-run school in Zamfara State, north-west Nigeria, a government official told CNN..
● 'Another pathetic stunt': SE Cupp calls out Marjorie Taylor Greene
CNN's SE Cupp criticizes Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's "stunts" since joining Congress, saying the Georgia Republican came to Washington, DC, to become famous rather than represent her constituents..
● Putin critic Alexey Navalny has been transferred to a penal colony, Russian prison service says
Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny has been transferred from a Moscow detention center to a penal colony, state media reported on Friday. .
● The suicide of the ex-USA Gymnastics coach who faced abuse charges was an 'escape from justice,' former gymnast says
The death of John Geddert, the US Olympic team coach who was charged with 24 felonies in connection with the abuse of young gymnasts, was an "escape from justice," said Sarah Klein, one of the many athletes who reacted to his suicide on Thursday..
● Hear Fauci's advice on how to avoid catching Covid-19 variant
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Chris Cuomo about the importance of receiving the coronavirus vaccine, and how it can be helpful amid news of more variants spreading across the US..
● $1.9 trillion Covid relief is a political shockwave .
● Single dose of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine may protect against asymptomatic infection, preprint study says.
● Republican criticized for 'transphobic rant' during confirmation hearing
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) questioned Dr. Rachel Levine, Biden's first transgender Cabinet nominee pick over puberty suppression for minors during a confirmation hearing..
● Malaysian man wins landmark challenge against Muslim gay sex ban
A Malaysian man on Thursday won a landmark court challenge against an Islamic ban on sex "against the order of nature," raising hopes for greater acceptance of gay rights in the mostly Muslim country..
● US court awards $2.3 billion to USS Pueblo crew held hostage by North Korea more than 50 years ago
A US federal court has awarded $2.3 billion in damages to several crew members of the USS Pueblo and their surviving families, more than 50 years after North Korea seized the American naval vessel and took its crew hostage..
● British Gymnastics faces legal action over alleged 'systemic physical and psychological abuse'
Seventeen former British gymnasts, including three Olympians, have notified British Gymnastics of their intention to take legal action, alleging coaches subjected them to "systemic physical and psychological abuse," according to a statement from their law firm Hausfeld. .
● Big day for Johnson & Johnson's vaccine.
● Jill Biden shared candid relationship advice in first solo interview since becoming first lady
Jill Biden shared some candid relationship advice when she appeared on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" for her first solo interview since becoming first lady..
● Lady Gaga's dad speaks out following 'appalling' attack against dog walker.
● McDonald's and other chains are giving their drive-thrus the Jetsons treatment
At a McDonald's drive-thru in a Chicago suburb, customers may notice something different about the voice that takes their orders for Big Macs and fries. .
● Why women should monitor blood pressure differently, according to a new study
When you visit the doctor, often the first order of business is wrapping a blood pressure cuff around your arm and looking to the display screen for the magic number. What's that number, you ask? Less than 120 over 80, or 120/80, measured in millimeters per mercury, is what has long been understood as within the healthy range — until now. .
● Dozens of inmates killed in prison riots
Two rival criminal gangs clashed in simultaneous riots in prisons in three regions of Ecuador. Dozens of inmates died in what Ecuador's president called "an extermination between criminal gangs"..
● One of world's hottest economies exits recession -- but there's a way to go
India's economy is out of recession but still a long way from returning to rates of growth seen before the pandemic. .
● I lost everything: Texas mom's devastating story from winter storm
Jackie Pham Nguyen lost her mother, Loan Le, and her three children, Olivia, Edison and Colette, in a fire while trying to stay warm at her home in Texas, during the power outages that crippled the state. She has set up a GoFundMe page for donations to honor her children's lives..
● A middle schooler was insecure about his haircut. So his principal fixed it himself instead of disciplining the boy for wearing a hat
We've all had at least one bad haircut in our lifetimes, and chances are, we remember how that bad haircut made us feel. .