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● A 'Black-ish' episode premiering on Hulu says more about ABC than the show
A long-shelved episode of ABC's "Black-ish" has finally reached the public -- not on the network, but rather its sister Disney-controlled streaming service, Hulu. Yet watching the half-hour, titled "Please, Baby, Please," reflects more on the misguided timidity of the broadcaster that balked at airing it than the episode itself..
● Selena Gomez announces virtual movie premiere for 'This Is the Year'
Selena Gomez is inviting everyone to a virtual premiere for her upcoming new movie, "This Is The Year.".
● Noah Centineo is bulking up to play He-Man
Noah Centineo is hitting the gym to prep for his next role..
● Alyssa Milano says she's losing her hair after battling Covid-19 for months
Alyssa Milano revealed on Twitter Sunday that she is dealing with hair loss after testing positive for Covid-19 antibodies..
● Kelly Clarkson to fill in for Simon Cowell on "America's Got Talent"
Simon Cowell will be sitting out Tuesday and Wednesday's episodes of "America's Got Talent" due to an injury, but thankfully, the talent competition knew just who to call for a moment like this..
● Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer duet part of new LGBTQ+ voting campaign
With the help of a Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer duet, a progressive Democratic PAC has released a get out the vote video for LGBTQ+ rights..
● Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song
"In the Air Tonight" has reentered the music charts nearly 40 years after its release. Phil Collins has the Williams brothers to thank..
● Smash Mouth performed to a packed crowd of hundreds during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
The rock band Smash Mouth put on a performance for hundreds of people -- many of whom were not wearing masks -- over the weekend in South Dakota..
● Bindi Irwin announces her pregnancy, five months after her wedding
Bindi Irwin, the 22-year-old daughter of the late conservationist and television personality Steve Irwin, has announced she is expecting her first child..
● 'Saved by the Bell' trailer goes back to Bayside
Bayside classes are back in session..
● Cardi B defends Kylie Jenner's 'WAP' cameo, but there's history behind the anger
Kylie Jenner's cameo in the music video for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new hit, "WAP" has sparked enough backlash that a petition to have her removed has garnered thousands of signatures and motivated Cardi B to defend her..
● Chris Pratt is 'beyond thrilled' in a sweet announcement about new baby girl
Chris Pratt took to social media to announce his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger had given birth to a baby girl..
● Simon Cowell speaks out after breaking his back
Simon Cowell is offering some advice following an accident which landed him in the hospital..
● Antonio Banderas tests positive for coronavirus
Antonio Banderas says he has tested positive for coronavirus..
● Kelly Osbourne 'worked hard' and lost 85 lbs
Kelly Osbourne looks different these days. Very different..
● Rachael Ray and family safe after house fire
Celebrity chef and talk show host Rachael Ray escaped a fire in her upstate New York home unscathed, officials confirmed to CNN on Monday..
● Will Smith has fans thinking Jason Derulo knocked his teeth out
Will Smith appears to have had his front teeth knocked out by none other than Jason Derulo..
● 'Shark Week' kicks off with Mike Tyson and a major shark breach
Discovery's "Shark Week" returned Sunday, with a huge shark breach and Mike Tyson cage-diving with sharks..
● Hollywood bubbles back to business
Everyone wants life to return to normal -- and Hollywood is no different..
● BTS announces US theater premiere of 'Break the Silence' film
BTS is set to bring its latest film to movie theaters next month, a plan that will depend on which venues actually are open..
● Eurovision Song Contest is coming to America
One of the world's most popular singing competitions is headed to the United States..
● Howard Ashman gets a well-deserved tribute in the Disney+ doc 'Howard'
Disney honors one of its own with "Howard," an emotional documentary tribute to the late "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aladdin" lyricist Howard Ashman. Teamed with composer Alan Menken, nobody did more to put the studio's animation back on the map, making his loss to AIDS in the midst of that run all the more poignant..
● 'Surviving Jeffrey Epstein' pivots toward the next phase of the story
After a pair of Jeffrey Epstein docuseries aired in May, Lifetime seemingly weighs in late with "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein." But this two-part production -- which borrows its title from the network's R. Kelly documentaries -- takes on a new dimension with the July arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, the late financier's alleged accomplice in his sex-trafficking crimes..
● How 'The Matrix' is a trans story, according to Netflix and co-director
Netflix has posted a Twitter thread explaining the trans themes in "The Matrix," after one of its co-directors confirmed earlier this week that the movie was an allegory for gender transition..
● Hanging out with chefs gave Selena Gomez a taste of something different
Selena Gomez loves to cook, but, she'll admit, she is not the most practiced chef in the world..
● See what's streaming in August
How is the summer almost over?.
● 'An American Pickle' is both sweet and a little sour
Seth Rogen plays a double role in "An American Pickle," an HBO Max movie that's a little sweet, a little sour and a whole lot silly. Built around the "Sleeper"-like premise of a man perfectly preserved for 100 years, this adaptation of Simon Rich's novella has some fun contemplating how the modern world would like to a 20th-century immigrant, before scraping the barrel for deeper themes..
● 'Indian Matchmaking' creator Smriti Mundhra welcomes backlash
Smriti Mundhra is not at all bothered that people are talking about colorism, sexism and elitism when it comes to "Indian Matchmaking.".
● Keanu Reeves is writing comic books -- the first issue is out in October
Actor, musician, film producer and, now, comic-book writer. Is there anything Keanu Reeves can't do?.
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● Kamala Harris' balancing act
No one said that being the vice president would be easy. But as Joe Biden's lieutenant, California Sen. Kamala Harris would be faced with a uniquely challenging balancing act: pioneering the Democratic Party into the future -- while navigating the party leadership's retrograde mores. .
● Joe Biden just sent an unmistakable message.
● Watch SE Cupp's reaction to Biden's VP pick
After months of speculation, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden revealed that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) will be his running mate. CNN's SE Cupp analyzes the decision..
● Kamala Harris' Indian roots and why they matter
Kamala Harris is a lot of firsts. .
● The Red Bull heir, a crashed car and the scandal that angered Thailand
Before dawn on September 3, 2012, a roaring black Ferrari struck a police motorcycle in downtown Bangkok, knocking the officer to the ground and dragging his body down the darkened street before speeding away. .
● Trump reverts to stereotypes as campaign fumbles to respond to Harris pick
It took President Donald Trump less than two minutes to reach for the word "nasty" as he reacted to California Sen. Kamala Harris' historic selection as the first Black woman to join a major-party ticket. .
● As tensions rise in Asia Pacific, South Korea is building its first aircraft carrier ... complete with US-made F-35B fighter jets
South Korea plans to start building its first aircraft carrier next year, and acquire fighter jets to operate on it, the country's Defense Ministry has announced. .
● Hear Russian CEO's vaccine rollout plan that made Dr. Gupta suspicious
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss their interview with Russia Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev following Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement about the approval of a coronavirus vaccine amid unanswered questions over its safety..
● Fauci doubts Russia's new vaccine.
● Beer unsold during Australia's coronavirus lockdown has been turned into renewable energy
When Australia's coronavirus lockdown forced bars and restaurants to shut down in March, breweries were left with huge inventories of unsold, stale beer. .
● New Zealand reinstates restrictions after first locally transmitted Covid-19 case in 102 days
New Zealand has reintroduced coronavirus restrictions in parts of the country after new locally transmitted cases broke the 102-day streak the country had gone without recording a local infection..
● Thousands more tons of oil from stricken ship could spill into ocean, experts fear
A stricken ship off the coast of Mauritius which has already leaked about 1,000 metric tons of oil into a pristine Indian Ocean lagoon could be about to break in two, experts fear -- spelling disaster for the ecologically rich area. .
● Trump claims dog was sent a ballot. See election official's response
Colorado has had universal mail-in voting for seven years. George Stern helps oversee elections in Colorado and has invited President Trump to see how it's done. Lucy Kafanov reports..
● Putin is attempting to turn a coronavirus vaccine into the new Cold War.
● US government strikes $1.525 billion deal with Moderna for 100 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine
The Trump administration has reached a deal with Moderna Inc. to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of the company's Covid-19 vaccine once it is approved, according to a news release from the US Health and Human Services Department..
● Trump claims Americans will have to learn Chinese if Biden wins election
In a pair of interviews on Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against his competitor for being weak on China -- but stopped short himself of condemning China's repression of its Uyghur ethnic minority or its crackdown on political freedoms in Hong Kong..
● Dwarf planet in asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is an ocean world, NASA finds
Ceres is a dwarf planet and the largest known object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. And now we know it may be an ocean world with intriguing geologic activity taking place on and just below its surface, according to new research. .
● This company thinks bacteria can fix fashion's water pollution problem
In 2013, a team of Cambridge University scientists were in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley, developing a device to measure pollution in the region's waters. .
● Here's how we got to 20 million coronavirus cases
The world has 20 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 with more than half of those from just 3 countries: Brazil, the United States and India. CNN's Scott McLean reports..
● Gray reef sharks form long-lasting social groups likely for hunting, study shows
We can't quite say sharks can be friends, but new evidence is showing us that sharks form social bonds with others and can work together — to a degree..
● A woman is stunned when her new driver's license came back with a picture of an empty chair
Driver's license photos are the worst, but one Tennessee woman is laughing after a clerical error left her with a picture of an empty chair. .
● The iPhone 12 feature that could convince millions of people to upgrade
Apple has long been expected to debut a batch of 5G-enabled iPhones this fall. Now it appears all of the company's new phone releases this year may be able to connect to the next generation of super-fast wireless networks, according to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives..
● Crowds at motorcycle rally raise fears of super spreader event
Hundreds of thousands of motorcycle riders and enthusiasts have descended on Sturgis, South Dakota, for the annual motorcycle rally. The event is raising concerns about the spread of coronavirus. CNN's Ryan Young reports. .
● A rare giant shark now sits in an ice block at the Smithsonian, allowing researchers to hopefully unravel clues about its evolution
Researchers are hoping to unravel the mystery around one of the rarest sharks in the sea -- the megamouth..
● The Lebanese government has resigned. Will revolution ensue?
Lebanon's government has stepped down in the wake of the deadly explosion in Beirut. Rage over the blast is fueling protest movements that demand the ouster of the country's ruling elites. CNN's Sam Kiley reports. .
● Corpse hidden for 30 years found during renovation of $41.2 million French mansion
French authorities have opened a murder investigation after a 30-year-old corpse was found in a basement during renovations of a Parisian mansion that sold for 35.1 million euros (about $41.2 million). .
● How one man and his cellphone in Canada rescued a group of Africans stuck in China
Even for 2020, with its once-in-a-generation global pandemic and the countless travel bans that have followed, this rescue mission seems a bit far-fetched. .
● Watch Kamala Harris' intense interrogations on the Hill
During her time as a senator, Kamala Harris has made her mark not in legislation, but in the hearing room, CNN's Maeve Reston says. .
● These 'wine holes' used during the Italian Plague are open again
Bars and restaurants around the world are having to rethink the way they interact with customers during the pandemic. In the Italian city of Florence, some are looking to the past: using centuries-old wine windows to dole out food and drinks. .