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Shots fired, but at who? J. Cole's track has people guessing
NEW YORK (AP) -- A track off J. Cole's forthcoming album has some people playing the guessing game on who he's taking shots at....
Luke Bryan slaps heckler from stage with microphone in hand
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Country star Luke Bryan took care of a heckler without skipping a beat during a concert this week by taking a swing at the man from the stage with his microphone still in hand....
Cicely Tyson performs Langston Hughes at Ebony gala
Rapper Kendrick Lamar performs in Miami for Art Basel party
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Hot, sticky and sweaty, rapper Kendrick Lamar performed Thursday night inside a spaceship-looking dome on the beach as part of the Art Basel Miami Beach festivities....
Don Calfa, prolific film and television actor, dead at 76
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Don Calfa, the film, stage and television actor whose credits included "The Return of the Living Dead," ''Weekend at Bernie's" and "Barney Miller," has died....
Chanel: Train across flower fields threatens No. 5 perfume
PARIS (AP) -- Chanel warned Friday that a planned train line through the prized flower fields near the southern French perfume-making area of Grasse will threaten the production of its famous Chanel No. 5 scent....
Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher welcome second child
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are parents for the second time....
Russia's Putin warns artists against offending believers
MOSCOW (AP) -- Top Russian cultural figures urged President Vladimir Putin on Friday to protect the freedom of artistic expression - something the Russian leader pledged to do, even as he warned artists to be careful not to offend religious believers....
Last week a Texas federal judge issued a nationwide injunction blocking a new overtime rule expanding eligibility to employees earning up to 47,500 which would include many salaried supervisors and managers. The regulation is heralded as one of the Obama administration's landmark labor policies, but business groups, nonprofits and social service organizations are calling the directive a government overreach costing full time jobs and leaving vacancies unfilled. The delay gives Donald Trump an opportunity to roll back another regulation, key in his plan to stimulate economic growth.
Was retaining House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi the right decision for the Democratic Party?