• 2 children shot, injured on Chicago playground

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    Two children have been shot at an elementary school playground in Chicago . Police stopped a vehicle linked to the shooting nearby a short time later and were questioning the occupants. They were both taken to Comer Children's Hospital and their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening. Further details were not immediately available.
  • RHOA Star Kenya Moore IS Married!

    RHOA Star Kenya Moore IS Married!

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    So, who's the mystery man in Kenya's life? Kenya also told Us Weekly he threatened to "get" her and give her "what she deserves". The ceremony was attended by close family and friends. Moore is set to return to RHOA for its 10th season, which is set to begin filming soon. "It's painful to watch myself at my age tolerating such foolishness from anyone".
  • Grocery store stocks plummet after Amazon-Whole Foods deal

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    The online retailer, which has spent the last few years toying around with a few experimental physical stores, said it had agreed to acquire Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion, or $42 a share . Traditional grocery stores, such as Kroger and Safeway, have also widened their organic food selections in hopes of retaining customers who are increasingly looking to eat healthy.
  • Wonder Woman 2: A fun and optimistic movie?

    Wonder Woman 2: A fun and optimistic movie?

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    Chris Pine in a still from Hollywood movie Wonder Woman . But what is the most unbelievable thing to see is how everyone is reacting to Wonder Woman . That wasn't all as Winfrey even had popcorn buckets themed after " Wonder Woman ", and couldn't resist dressing up in the character's signature metal bracelets and tiara.
  • 'Wonder Woman' outperforms Tom Cruise's 'The Mummy' at box office

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    While most superhero movies open huge and suffer massive second-week drop-offs, that wasn't the case with 'Wonder Woman' . It would end the weekend with an estimated $142 million overseas . Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales earned $10.7 million in fourth place its third weekend to push its North American total to $135.8 million.
  • Cosby jury deliberating, no new questions

    Cosby jury deliberating, no new questions

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    Gianna Constand , the accuser's fiercely protective mother, testified that Cosby apologized over the phone to her and her daughter and offered to pay for her schooling. This story has been corrected to show that jurors reviewed only a portion of Andrea Constand's testimony, not the entire transcript. If Cosby is found guilty, Pulliam said she would be "disappointed", adding, "I'm gonna have to just cross that bridge when I come to it".
  • Bruce Springsteen to play 8 weeks of Broadway concerts this fall

    Bruce Springsteen to play 8 weeks of Broadway concerts this fall

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    The show will feature "a pared-down version of the set he usually performs in huge arenas and stadiums all over the world". He'll perform five times a week at the intimate venue, owned by JUJAMCYN THEATERS, which reportedly gave him a "sweetheart deal" - no rent for the entire run, hoping to make up for that with alcohol sales.
  • Zoë Kravitz Remembers Bonding with Nicole Kidman as a Teenager

    Zoë Kravitz Remembers Bonding with Nicole Kidman as a Teenager

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    Zoë also weighed in on her own relationship with Kidman as a child and revealed, "I was about 13, and she would take me to see movies; she was so nice to me". Kidman was also openly excited about working with her would-be-stepdaughter. "It was a mess". On living with her dad: It was a mess And I really didn't fit in there.
  • Schoolgirl, 16, escaped London tower blaze then sat exam

    Schoolgirl, 16, escaped London tower blaze then sat exam

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    Ines Alves , 16, fled her 13th floor flat with her family as flames began to engulf the tower block in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Explaining why she went on to sit her GCSE , despite assurances from her family that she didn't need to, Ines said: "I want to take chemistry for A-Level and I needed to get good grades in my science GCSE ".
  • 'Bachelor in Paradise' filming suspended

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    A statement from Warner Bros that was released to ET on Sunday said that they are conducting a thorough investigation into the allegations. Production on ABC's Bachelor in Paradise , which had been shooting in Mexico, has been suspended after allegations of misconduct have been raised.