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A young polar bear cub made its first public appearance at the Leningrad Zoo in St. Petersburg on Thursday during a swim with its mother.
Avril Lavigne: No, My New Video Isn't Racist
Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne has something to say to critics who call her "Hello Kitty" video racist: "LOLOLOL!!!"
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Barbie's Newest Career: Big-Screen Movie Star
It's still a Barbie world, and the famous fashion doll will soon come to theaters in her own live-action movie.
B.J. Novak Not Playing Nice in 'Spider-Man 2'
"Office" fans, take note: There's more than a little of the egotistic Ryan Howard in B.J. Novak's performance in the upcoming blockbuster "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."
Dean Cain: 'God's Not Dead' Success Is 'a Shocker'
Actor Dean Cain told TODAY's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb he is shocked at how well his movie, “God Is Not Dead,” is performing at the box office.
Kate Walsh: I Spent a 'Very Fargo' Night in Jail Once
Her "Fargo" role is just one of many oddball parts in the reimagining of the 1996 film of the same name, but for Walsh, it's not that odd at all.
Marc Anthony Plans New Album in English
The Puerto Rican "Vivir Mi Vida" star announced a English-language album is in the works.
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The End of 'The Big Bang Theory'?
The popular series' showrunner discussed advancing the relationships between key cast members, and what happens after season 10.
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