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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more..
●  Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather, who refused an Oscar on Marlon Brando's behalf
Sacheen Littlefeather had only 60 seconds to speak at the 1973 Academy Awards. In her brief speech, she refused the Oscar for best actor on behalf of Marlon Brando, faced a mixture of loud boos and cheers, and defended the rights of Native Americans on national TV. .
●  Bryce Dallas Howard says she was paid less than Chris Pratt for 'Jurassic World' films
In case you were convinced otherwise, Bryce Dallas Howard reports that the gender pay gap is not extinct..
●  'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown enrolled at Purdue University
Millie Bobby Brown is enrolled in Purdue University and attending classed online..
●  Anne Heche, 'Wag the Dog' and 'Donnie Brasco' star, taken off life support
Anne Heche, an entrancing actor whose versatility powered an admirable career in television and film spanning four decades, is no longer on life support..
●  Tom Holland is taking a social media break for the sake of his mental health
Tom Holland says he is stepping away from social media to focus on his mental health..
●  Padma Lakshmi 'worried and wordless' over attack on ex-husband Salman Rushdie
Padma Lakshmi is supporting her ex-husband Salman Rushdie in his recovery..
●  'Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers' plays too much like a licensed product
If 2020 basketball nostalgia belonged to the Chicago Bulls, the Los Angeles Lakers have owned 2022 with HBO's "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," "They Call Me Magic" and now "Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers," a 10-part docuseries premiering on Hulu. Yet despite the opportunity to set the record straight, this exhaustive production puts too much emphasis on bench players -- or really, the front office -- at the expense of its all-stars..
●  Adele isn't ready to answer whether she is engaged or not
Good luck getting Adele to admit whether or not she is engaged to Rich Paul..
●  How 'Breaking Bad' cooked up the addictive formula for 'Better Call Saul'
By spawning the acclaimed "Better Call Saul," "Breaking Bad" achieved a bit of spinoff immortality that eluded "Friends" ("Joey"), "MASH" ("AfterMASH") and "The Golden Girls" ("The Golden Palace"), among others. As the prequel nears its end, it's worth considering how the original series' Emmy-winning legacy cooked up one of the best TV offshoots since "Cheers" begat "Frasier.".
●  Ben Affleck set to celebrate his 50th birthday with his new bride
Ben Affleck has had a very big year with reason to celbrated as he turns 50 on Monday..
●  'The Princess' creates a stark portrait of Diana's life under the media microscope
The amount of new information in "The Princess" will likely depend on one's personal Royals-related media consumption, but the packaging of this stark and intimate documentary -- marking the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death -- serves as a sobering reminder of how the press hounded her from the moment of her engagement until her tragic death..
●  Weapon in deadly 'Rust' film set shooting could not be fired without pulling the trigger, FBI forensic testing finds
FBI testing of the gun used in the fatal shooting on the movie set of "Rust" found that the weapon handled by actor Alec Baldwin could not be fired without pulling the trigger while the gun was cocked, according to a newly released forensics report. .
●  'Five Days at Memorial' takes a grim look back at Hurricane Katrina's tragic toll
A grim reminder of the catastrophic institutional failures associated with Hurricane Katrina, "Five Days at Memorial" captures the personal toll and terrible choices made under the most adverse of conditions. Working backward from the 45 dead bodies discovered in Memorial Hospital, it's a compelling fact-based look at those five days as well as their aftermath..
●  Denise Dowse, director and 'Beverly Hills, 90210' actress, dies at 64
Actress and director Denise Dowse, whose prolific career featured roles in "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Insecure" and "Ray," has died, her family confirmed to CNN Sunday. She was 64. .
●  Artists have changed song lyrics before. But Beyoncé and Lizzo's recent revisions are part of a new era
Some of the stars behind summer's hottest new music found themselves in hot water when listeners and disability advocates spoke out against a lyric viewed as an ableist slur. .
●  An "Evil" television series delivers us from three demons haunting America
The hit TV series "Evil" is more than chills and dark humor. It delivers its audience from three demons dividing America today..
●  'Tales of the Walking Dead' doesn't do much more than kill time
The latest extension of "The Walking Dead" "universe," if you can really call it that, "Tales of the Walking Dead" possesses the chance to explore and play with this world-gone-mad scenario, but mostly squanders it. Telling a self-contained story in each hour, think of it as a zombie-fied bonus effort that doesn't kill much more than time..
●  Stephen Colbert announces Louis Cato as new band leader on 'The Late Show'
Stephen Colbert announced that bandleader Jon Batiste is leaving "The Late Show" after seven seasons to pursue other interests. Musician Louis Cato will step in to lead the house band..
●  'Secret Headquarters' reveals a too-familiar teen twist on the superhero formula
The occasional head-scratching over why movies get sent directly to streaming isn't an issue with "Secret Headquarters," a spin on superheroes that tilts a lot closer to Disney Channel territory than Marvel. The real surprise is that the film was ever earmarked for a theatrical release before cooler heads prevailed, prompting it to land, unspectacularly, on Paramount+..
●  Tommy Lee's nude photo sparks accusations of double standards
Rocker Tommy Lee posted a nude photo on social media -- but not everyone is applauding..
●  Britney Spears' lawyer in response to Kevin Federline​: 'We will not tolerate bullying'
An attorney for Britney Spears is speaking out against a series of videos posted ​by the singer's ex-husband, Kevin Federline​..
●  Jennette McCurdy says Miranda Cosgrove's friendship helped her heal
On "iCarly," they played best friends, web show hosts and polar opposites. In real life, though, Jennette McCurdy and Miranda Cosgrove are still close, even if they're no longer castmates. .
●  Jamie Foxx rises again as dad, the vampire hunter, in Netflix's dreary 'Day Shift'
"Day Shift" is about vampires, but it's one of those Frankenstein-like movies stitched together from used parts, with Jamie Foxx as a family man version of Marvel's Blade, mashed up with horror and buddy comedy. It's the kind of star-driven vehicle that yields obvious benefits to Netflix even if, qualitatively speaking, it doesn't deserve to see the light of day..
●  Australian landmarks glow pink to honor Olivia Newton-John
The Sydney Opera House will turn pink on Wednesday to honor Olivia Newton-John, the singer and "Grease" star who died on Monday in the United States..
●  'Bullet Train' moves plenty fast
"Bullet Train" certainly moves at an appropriately brisk pace, with Brad Pitt heading a sprawling cast. But the breakneck action is offset by a smart-alecky tone that proves both uneven and occasionally too cute for its own good, along with a mashup of styles -- from the music to the visuals -- that comes across like a Quentin Tarantino wannabe, with a dash of "Deadpool" for good measure..
●  'My Life as a Rolling Stone' shines a stadium-worthy spotlight on the Rolling Stones
"The Beatles: Get Back" set a very high bar for musical nostalgia, but "My Life As a Rolling Stone" is no slouch, breaking the four band members into their own dedicated hours, with extensive access to the three surviving members and a who's who of rock voices serving as the chorus. Yes, you can't always get what you want, but for Rolling Stones fans, this should come close..
●  'A League of Their Own' gets a makeover in an ambitious but uneven Amazon series
Thirty years later, "A League of Their Own" receives a major makeover in a narratively ambitious but uneven Amazon series, providing timely filters on the World War II-era drama while dialing down the laughs. Specifically, the show considers what it was like to be a lesbian or Black during that period, operating along parallel tracks on a slow march through the season..
●  How to adapt Jane Austen -- and why it's so hard to get right
It's an act braver than marrying for love, riskier than running away with Mr. Wickham and plainer than Anne Elliot to adapt Jane Austen's beloved, essential books for the screen. .
●  'Right to Offend' charts the 'Black Comedy Revolution' from the '60s through today
"Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution" conspicuously overlaps with other recent documentaries, including projects devoted to the legacies of Dick Gregory and Bill Cosby. Yet this two-part A&E production stands out in contemplating the unique role that Black comedians have played in calling out injustice and giving voice to how society has changed across decades..

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●  CNN.com - RSS Channel - App International Edition
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●  A shocking number of people have Top Secret clearance.
●  Photos show why some experts say Mar-a-Lago is a national security risk
A CNN review of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort raises new concerns over the home being able to meet the standards needed to store classified documents. CNN's Brian Todd reports..
●  Donald Trump's former personal attorney predicts Trump's next move following Mar-a-Lago search
Micheal Cohen, Donald Trump's former personal attorney, tells CNN's Don Lemon what he predicts the former president's next move will be following the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago..
●  Myanmar court sentences former leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 6 more years, source says
A court in military-run Myanmar on Monday sentenced ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi to six more years in prison after convicting her on four extra counts of corruption, according to a source familiar with the matter and local media reports..
●  Shoppers rush for the exits as Shanghai Ikea goes into lockdown
Video shows Shanghai residents running out of an IKEA branch as officials ordered the store to shut down after a close contact of a Covid-19 case was traced to the location..
●  Salman Rushdie is awake and 'articulate' after stabbing attack in New York, official says
Award-winning author Salman Rushdie is awake and "articulate" in his conversations with investigators as he remains hospitalized for severe injuries following a stabbing attack in western New York Friday, a law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the investigation told CNN Monday..
●  William Ruto wins Kenyan presidency amid election center chaos
Deputy President William Ruto has been elected the country's fifth president, according to the electoral commission. .
●  See the chaotic scenes as African country elects new president
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto has been elected as the country's next President. Veteran opposition leader and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is disputing the election results. CNN's Larry Madowo reports. .
●  The US economy didn't get the recession memo
The American economy didn't get the memo that it's supposed to already be in a recession..
●  Iranian adviser suggests nuclear deal is 'closer' than ever as Tehran responds to EU proposal
Iran has sent its response to a European Union proposal to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, state news agency IRNA reported, as the country's chief adviser to negotiations tweeted that an agreement was closer than ever, but not yet done..
●  Women and girls face crisis after Taliban takeover
CNN's Clarissa Ward returns to Kabul, where the Taliban declared victory one year ago as the US withdrew from Afghanistan. Nearly half of the country's population is hungry and living in poverty, according to the UN..
●  Afghan food crisis is a dilemma for the West, a year after the Taliban takeover
At midday, Shakeela Rahmati starts the long walk from her home in a poor neighborhood in the hills above Kabul. .
●  Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather, who refused Oscar on Marlon Brando's behalf
Sacheen Littlefeather had only 60 seconds to speak at the 1973 Academy Awards. In her brief speech, she refused the Oscar for best actor on behalf of Marlon Brando, faced a mixture of loud boos and cheers, and defended the rights of Native Americans on national TV. .
●  Former WeWork CEO's new startup reportedly valued at over $1 billion
Nearly three years after Adam Neumann stepped down as CEO of WeWork following a failed attempt to take the company public, he is said to once again be in charge of a billion-dollar real estate startup..
●  Padma Lakshmi 'worried and wordless' over attack on ex-husband Salman Rushdie.
●  Spanish firefighters battle dangerous wildfire in Valencia
The wildfire, which started after a thunderstorm, forced 1,000 people from their homes. .
●  Tesla's 'full self-driving' feature may have finally met its match
"Full self-driving," the controversially named driver-assist feature from Tesla, may have finally met its match. .
●  See how DeSantis addressed FBI's Mar-a-Lago search at rally
CNN's Kyung Lah goes inside the first large Republican rally since the FBI searched Trump's Mar-A-Lago residence, where Florida Gov. Ron Desantis (R) headlined the event..
●  US-led coalition forces repel drone attack near base in Syria
US-led coalition forces repelled multiple drones near the US-led coalition At-Tanf base in Syria Monday, according to a press release from the coalition. .
●  The New York Times' Maggie Haberman reveals the message Trump tried sending to Garland
The New York Times' Maggie Haberman explains the message former President Donald Trump sent to the Department of Justice through an intermediary in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago search. .
●  Former fire captain repeatedly walked off the witness stand during testimony over Kobe Bryant crash scene photos
A former Los Angeles County fire captain walked off the witness stand three times during testimony Monday while being questioned about whether he took photos of Kobe Bryant's remains at the 2020 helicopter crash that killed Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others. .
●  Work-from-home benefits and cheap rent. This major city is turning into a magnet for Americans
A growing number of Americans are crossing the southern border and making Mexico their new home. CNN's David Culver takes a look at the cause and effect of Americans settling in Mexico City..
●  London Heathrow extends passenger caps
Europe's "summer of air travel chaos" is about to stretch into fall as London's Heathrow Airport will extend its limit on passenger capacity through the end of October. .
●  Women in Scotland now have a legal right to free menstrual products
Menstrual products, including tampons and pads, will be made available free of charge in public facilities in Scotland from Monday, when the first law of its kind in the world came into force. The Period Products bill was passed unanimously by Scottish lawmakers in November 2020, representing a landmark victory for the global movement against period poverty..
●  CNN goes to secret field hospital near front line. See what it is like
In eastern Ukraine, fierce fighting has raged for months with a constant barrage of artillery inflicting massive casualties on soldiers and civilians alike. CNN's Nic Robertson goes to a field hospital in a secret location that has already been hit by shelling several times. .
●  American Airlines cuts 31,000 flights from its November schedule
American Airlines is once again cutting its flight schedule, slashing 16% or 31,000 flights during November. .
●  Rapper A$AP Rocky charged in connection with 2021 shooting incident, Los Angeles DA says
Rapper A$AP Rocky was charged Monday with two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, including personally using a firearm, in connection with a shooting last year in California, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office..
●  'Stranger Things' cafe opens in Tokyo
Japanese fans of the sci-fi hit "Stranger Things" can chow down on demonic pasta and rock out to retro 1980s tunes at a pop-up cafe inspired by the Netflix horror drama..
●  'A planet docking against a cube': Long-awaited $220M theater opens in Taiwan
More than a decade since it broke ground, the long-awaited Taipei Performing Arts Center opened to the public in Taiwan's capital last week. After years of construction delays and debates over a budget that has climbed to 6.7 billion New Taiwan dollars ($223 million), attention can finally turn to the dozens of productions being staged this fall -- and to a venue that is radically rethinking the way theaters operate..

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