Black Eyed Peas Reunite for New 'Where Is The Love?' VersionBlack Eyed Peas are reuniting after a five-year hiatus for a new rendition of their song "Where Is The Love?" aimed at ending gun violence.
Chris Brown Arrested On Suspicion of Assault With Deadly WeaponSinger Chris Brown came out of his Los Angeles home peacefully Tuesday after an hours long standoff with police who responded to a woman's call for help.
Actor Gene Wilder Dead At 83, Family SaysGene Wilder, star of 'Willy Wonka' and Mel Brooks comedies, is dead at 83, his family says.
Michael Phelps, Final Five Gymnasts to Present at MTV VMAsRecent Olympic gold medalists Michael Phelps and the Final Five are heading to the MTV Video Music Awards.
Macaulay Culkin Gets Birthday Greeting From Home Alone Co-StarMarv Merchants was hit in the face with an iron, nailed by a couple bricks and shocked when young Kevin McCallister had to defend his home from a couple of burglars.
Nick Cannon Begins Freshman Year At Howard UniversityThe host of "America's Got Talent" and "Wild `n Out" has begun his freshman year at Howard University.
Official: Pills Found at Prince's Estate Contained FentanylSome of the pills taken from Prince's estate in Paisley Park after his death were counterfeit drugs that actually contained fentanyl.
Harry Kalinsky Remembered After Passing Earlier This WeekBaltimore remembers Harry Kalinsky, one of the city's best known characters, after passing away earlier this week.
Dick Van Dyke Sings 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' at Denny'sDick Van Dyke has treated diners at a Denny's restaurant in California to a rendition of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."
Nephew In 'Making a Murderer' Has Conviction Thrown OutA judge overturned the conviction of a Wisconsin man found guilty of helping his uncle kill a woman in a case profiled in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer," ruling that investigators coerced a confession using deceptive tactics.
Bow Wow Retiring From Rap, Says Next Album Will Be His LastBow Wow Retiring From Rap, Says Next Album Will Be His Last
'Suicide Squad' Sets August Opening Record With $135.1MThe supervillain romp "Suicide Squad" shrugged off scathing reviews to open with an estimated $135.1 million in North American ticket sales, scoring one of the year's biggest box-office debuts.

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