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CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more..
●  'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' isn't as good as Jessica Chastain's performance
The stars outshine the movie in "The Eyes of Tammy Faye," a dazzling showcase for Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield as Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker in a dutiful, somewhat disjointed chronicle of how the televangelists amassed great wealth before his disgraced fall. While it's not a landslide vote, thanks to Chastain's disappearing act, "The Eyes" have it..
●  TV OT: How the Emmys sounded the alarms for the award-show ratings nightmare
The record-low ratings for last year's Emmys turned out to be the canary in the coalmine for steep across-the-board drops in award-show viewing -- the alarm for an unwelcome wakeup call. Yet if hope springs eternal that those shows can at least partially rebound, challenges associated with the pandemic and shift to streaming only heightened problems already plaguing TV's highest honor and awards in general..
●  Kid Cudi writes tribute to Lil Nas X, while criticizing homophobia in hip-hop
Lil Nas X and his sexuality have somehow become a hot topic of discussion among rappers and hip-hop fans alike. And now, rapper Kid Cudi is standing up for rap's wunderkind..
●  9/11 made spy dramas like '24' and 'Alias' scramble. But not for long
The Sept. 11 terror attacks that rippled through US society and culture 20 years ago also disrupted the fall TV season that was about to begin. While all of television pondered how to respond, those events particularly impacted a trio of new dramas with anti-terrorism and espionage themes: "24," "Alias" and "The Agency," resulting in last-minute scrambling and changes..
●  Lizzo wants to star in 'Bodyguard' remake with Chris Evans
Lizzo apparently has not abandoned her quest to get close to Chris Evans..
●  Snow Tha Product has proved her doubters wrong
Snow Tha Product is the socially-conscious raptress the world needs right now..
●  What Lil Nas X's world means for hip-hop and queer Black men
A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here..
●  'Muhammad Ali' lets Ken Burns go four fascinating rounds with the champ's life and legacy
Floating and stinging as it explores the boxing icon's life inside the ring and out, "Muhammad Ali" is another epic Ken Burns-produced dive into the life of an influential 20th-century figure, coming on the heels of "Hemingway." Much has said about Ali, but going the distance with this four-part PBS documentary makes it feel like, well, the greatest..
●  'Cry Macho' is a weak addition to Clint Eastwood's 50-year filmography
At 91, Clint Eastwood's long career as a filmmaker and longer one as a star are far more interesting than "Cry Macho," an understated, uneventful slog of a movie that feels like a misguided merger of "Gran Torino" and "Bronco Billy." Blame many of the problems on a woefully weak script, but this largely two-character road movie never really gets out of park..
●  Priyanka Chopra Jonas on 'The Activist': 'The show got it wrong'
Another judge from "The Activist" has spoken up regarding backlash against the show..
●  Shannen Doherty shares update on cancer battle
Shannen Doherty says her stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis is "part of life at this point.".
●  Billy Crudup and Hasan Minhaj talk Season 2 of 'The Morning Show'
It's his first season of "The Morning Show," but it sounds like Hasan Minhaj has been training for his role for quite some time..
●  Oprah Winfrey shares her concerns about where we are as a country
Oprah Winfrey discusses her concerns about the United States in an interview with wellness author Deepak Chopra..
●  Kim Kardashian West saw your Met Gala memes of her
Just because she couldn't see super well out of that faceless mask doesn't mean Kim Kardashian West didn't notice people having some fun with her Met Gala look this year..
●  The winner of 'America's Got Talent' is ...
"America's Got Talent" has crowned another winner..
●  Reba McEntire had to be rescued from a second-story window after stairs collapse
Country star Reba McEntire expressed gratitude Wednesday after she had to be rescued from a historic building in Atoka, Oklahoma, after the staircase collapsed..
●  Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga's newest collaboration to debut this fall
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga have teamed up with ViacomCBS for a global cross-brand takeover that will include multiple projects across CBS, MTV and Paramount+..
●  Late-night hosts join forces for first ever 'Climate Night'
Late night is stepping up for the planet..
●  Octavia Spencer apologizes to Britney Spears and Sam Asghari for prenup joke
Octavia Spencer has privately apologized to Britney Spears following a joke she made after the singer announced her engagement to Sam Asghari..
●  'Once Upon a Time in Queens' looks back at the '86 Mets and the New York of it all
"Once Upon a Time in Queens" wants to do for baseball and the 1986 Mets what "The Last Dance" did for the NBA and the Chicago Bulls. Yet while it's a great deal of fun, ESPN's four-part "30 for 30" docuseries doesn't quite scale those heights, offering a nostalgic trip back to that miraculous season but straining a bit to connect the team's exploits to the New York of it all..
●  Wu-Tang's RZA talks physical, emotional and spiritual evolution
On screen and off, the Wu-Tang Clan's RZA is opening up about how his career has unfolded and how he's evolved as a man..
●  Fat Joe and Ja Rule face off in Verzuz battle
It was the place to be Tuesday night..
●  Jeff Bridges says he was 'close to the pearly gates' while battling Covid during cancer treatment
Jeff Bridges says his cancer is in remission, and he's making progress in his fight against the long-term effects of Covid after a tough battle..
●  'Succession' finally has a return date
Fictional media's First Family is back(stabbing)..
●  'Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.' has the right formula for a 'Doogie Howser' reboot
If TV reboots are inevitable, the prescription for doing them well involves respecting the source material while bringing something new to it. That delicate procedure is successfully executed with "Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.," a refreshed take on "Doogie Howser" made eminently watchable by the winning presence of "Andi Mack's" Peyton Elizabeth Lee..
●  Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac bring raw intensity to a flawed 'Scenes From a Marriage'
Although loosely adapted from director Ingmar Bergman's 1973 Swedish miniseries, "Scenes From a Marriage" bears a close resemblance in style and tone to "In Treatment," another HBO series dreamt up by Israeli producer Hagai Levi, who presides over this. Claustrophobic and intense, the format provides a strong actor's showcase for Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac but a less satisfying experience for viewers..
●  'Impeachment: American Crime Story' dissects the Clinton scandal with Monica Lewinsky's input
The "American Crime Story" banner launched by O.J. Simpson's trial is an odd one for FX's "Impeachment," an otherwise engrossing, undeniably juicy limited series that puts the women front and center in the Bill Clinton impeachment scandal. Sarah Paulson's portrayal of Linda Tripp steals the show, but there's no shortage of remarkable work in a production that deserves an Emmy for its prosthetic makeup alone..
●  See what's streaming in September
A look at some of the series and films streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu and more in September..
●  'Bob Ross' paints a complex portrait of the artist's life, and the battle that followed it
Add the late PBS painter Bob Ross to the list of youthful memories with a darker side, at least in terms of the messy battle that followed his death. "Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed" won't ruin anyone's childhood, but it does reflect the difficulty of remembering such personalities in pastel-hued colors, especially when green enters the picture..

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●  Australia had 'deep and grave' concerns about French submarines' capabilities, PM says.
●  In Canada and Germany, the climate crisis is finally on the ballot. But can it win?
It was just last week that Canada's British Columbia finally ended its state of emergency, more than two months after wildfires tore through parts of the province and reduced an entire village and its surroundings to ash..
●  CNN correspondent: Recalling envoys a move 'reserved for adversaries, not for allies'
CNN's Melissa Bell reports..
●  Historic all-civilian space flight splashes down off Florida coast
• Rare photos show the early years of NASA's space shuttle era.
●  Searches continue in Wyoming for Gabby Petito and in Florida for her fiance
As local and federal agencies search for Gabby Petito in a Rocky Mountain national park, law enforcement are also working to locate her fiancé Brian Laundrie, who his family says has not been seen since Tuesday..
●  Angry and afraid, Afghanistan's LGBTQ community say they're being hunted down
Growing up as a teenager in Afghanistan, Rabia Balkhi felt lucky..
●  Hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters clash with police in Australia.
●  CIA warned civilians were present seconds before US missile killed 10
Just after the US military launched a Hellfire missile to stop a white Toyota Corolla it believed to be an imminent threat to US troops leading the evacuation at the Kabul airport, the CIA issued an urgent warning: Civilians were likely in the area, including possibly children inside the vehicle, according to three sources familiar with the situation. .
●  'They didn't betray us yet,' says stranded Afghan ally with enduring hope of US rescue
Wakil's eyes fill with tears. He has no idea whether he and his family will get out of Afghanistan, and fears that if they don't the Taliban will hunt him down and kill him. .
●  Taliban deny claims girls will be banned from school -- but don't say when they'll be allowed in
The Taliban have denied claims that Afghan women would be banned from secondary schools after calling on boys, but not girls, to resume education, claiming they needed to set up a "secure transportation system" for female students before allowing them back into classrooms..
●  This boy is concerned about the vaccine. Dr. Gupta explains why it's important
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta took on one of the hardest interviews, taking questions from children. He met with elementary students in Atlanta to answer their questions about Covid-19 and how to stay safe. They spoke outside in masks in compliance with school policy. .
●  One of Asia's most prestigious universities is on the frontline of a battle for democracy
Students and lecturers at Hong Kong's most prestigious university returned from summer break this month to a very different institution..
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●  Jimmy Greaves, England World Cup winner and Tottenham legend, dies aged 81
Jimmy Greaves, a World Cup winner with England in 1966 and one of the most prolific goalscorers in English football history, has died at the age of 81, his former club Tottenham said..
●  College professor recognizes 17th century masterpiece hanging in a nearby church
A simple act led to an art history professor discovering a 17th century masterpiece that was thought to have been missing. .
●  After 169 hospitals, a dad finally got the Covid-19 care he needed -- and changed dozens of skeptics' minds
Every breath Robby Walker takes is one that almost didn't happen..
●  The words Trump couldn't bring himself to say
On November 7, 1962, Richard Nixon met with reporters to concede that he had lost his bid for governor of California -- and to grumble about the way the press covered his campaign. It was two years since he had lost his race for president against John F. Kennedy, and few thought Nixon would ever run for office again. .
●  Biden administration has made little progress in closing Guantanamo Bay prison
President Joe Biden has said he wants to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, where 39 detainees still reside, by the end of his term, but his administration is yet to make much progress towards meeting that goal..
●  Here's why hurricane hunters fly their planes in weird patterns into storms
The second half of hurricane season is here and there have already been 15 named storms to keep hurricane hunters busy. But have you ever noticed hurricane hunters' flight patterns shown by meteorologists on TV look like random, odd shapes?.
●  Cuba vaccinates children as young as 2 in strategy to reopen schools, economy
The Cuban children sat in a Havana hospital watching a brightly painted clown perform his earsplitting act. They were not there for the performance, but were waiting their turn to receive one of Cuba's homegrown Covid vaccines..
●  Russia goes to the polls amid crackdown on political dissent
Millions of Russians are expected to head to the polls over a three-day period starting Friday in elections taking place against the backdrop of an unprecedented assault on democracy over the past year. .
●  The Black Film Archive wants to show the world just how limitless Black cinema really is
Though they go by different names, almost every major streaming service has some type of "Black film" collection, often promoted during the month of February or, during 2020's Black Lives Matter protests, in the summer..
●  FBI offers $10,000 reward for information on the disappearance of Native American woman
The FBI has announced a reward for information on Mary Johnson, a Native American woman who went missing from the Tulalip Reservation in Washington state in December 2020..
●  The Murdaugh family saga: A tangled web of secrets and murder
A powerful family. A deadly boating accident. Two mysterious slayings. Drug addiction, stolen money and a botched shooting in an alleged insurance fraud scheme..
●  Richard Branson hates cruise ships, so why'd he build one?
When you step into the Scarlet Lady cruise ship, you know immediately you're on Richard Branson's ship. .
●  Chile, Fiji and South Africa are ready for travelers to come back
There have been mixed fortunes for the world's island communities this week, as some have restricted entry due to Covid surges while others are making plans for reopening. .
●  First edition copy of 'Frankenstein' sells for over $1 million at auction
A first edition copy of the classic novel "Frankenstein" sold for $1.17 million at a recent auction in New York. .
●  Why Anderson Cooper is finally embracing his roots
Anderson Cooper says that as a kid, in particular, he avoided mentioning his kinship to the Vanderbilts, one of America's richest families during the Gilded Age. Today, that association still makes him "cringe," he says, but "after my mom's death and when my son Wyatt was born, I began to wonder what I would actually tell him one day about that branch of his family tree." .
●  The world's tallest nation is getting shorter
The Netherlands has long been the world's tallest nation -- but its people are getting shorter, according to Dutch researchers. .

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