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A Bad Egg? Bieber Pleads No Contest to Vandalism Charge
The singer did not attend an arraignment on the misdemeanor charge for a Jan. 9 egg attack on a neighbor's home.
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Robert Downey Jr. and Wife Expecting Baby Girl
The actor also shared the happy news on Facebook. It'll be the Iron Man's third child, and second with wife Susan Downey.
Duke It Out! John Wayne's Heirs Sue Duke University Over Name
"Duke University seems to think it owns the word 'Duke' for all purposes and applications," Wayne's heirs said in a federal complaint filed on July 3.
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Breast-Feeding Backlash: Would You Eat in a Bathroom?
The striking images would make anyone think twice: Women breast-feeding their babies while sitting in a public toilet stall.
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Clooney Leads Class of Celebs Taking on Tabloids
The actor's op-ed directed at a UK newspaper is part of wider trend where stars are attempting to control the message about their private lives.
Tom Hanks Turns 58: Happy Birthday to the 'Big' Kid
The actor shared a photo of himself as a young lad, reminding us of one of his classic roles, as a man who just wants to be a boy again.
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Daniel Radcliffe: No Plans to Reprise Harry Potter
There's new fiction in the Potterverse, but the actor who played the Boy Who Lived isn't sure he wants to play the character again.
Team Adam Scores Stevie Nicks as Adviser on 'The Voice'
Fans of "The Voice" will have an extra reason to stand back and listen up next season. Stevie Nicks has signed on as adviser for Adam Levine's team.
Berry and Fallon Get on a Roll With Human Hamster Wheel
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon offered the star a chance to show his audience "how we roll," and that's just what they did.
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