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Review: In 'Jason Bourne,' a digital dragnet tightens
Jason Bourne, as played by Matt Damon across four movies, is forever disappearing off the grid only to reluctantly resurface years later and again menace the CIA. He's the spy who came in from the cold only to return to the cold, come in again, and, yet again, head back to the cold....
Dr. Dre cited on gun charge following driveway encounter
MALIBU, Calif. (AP) -- Dr. Dre has been cited after a man says the rapper pointed a handgun at him....
Convention: Different reactions in booth and on floor
CBS News' Scott Pelley was succinct: "Bernie Sanders heals the breach."...
Rihanna, Metallica set for Global Citizen Festival
NEW YORK (AP) -- Rihanna, Metallica, Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer and Selena Gomez will headline the 2016 Global Citizen Festival this fall....
Singer Joy Williams gets acting bug after Showtime role
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Ex-Civil Wars singer Joy Williams doesn't want to be that cliche of a musician-turned-actor, but after getting her first role in the Showtime series "Roadies," she admits she's got the acting bug....
'Motown' star Allison Semmes credits show with 1st big part
NEW YORK (AP) -- One of the best moments in the carefully crafted Broadway show "Motown: The Musical" is when the unpredictable happens....
Sarah Silverman: Bernie-or-bust Dems 'being ridiculous'
Comic Sarah Silverman joined Sen. Al Franken Monday night to urge Democratic National Convention delegates to unite - then stirred up Bernie Sanders die-hards with some choice words: "To the Bernie or bust people, you're being ridiculous."...
Michelle Obama wears American designer Christian Siriano
Michelle Obama, who ditched the boxy jackets and dowdy style of so many first ladies before her, addressed the Democratic National Convention in a custom, royal blue dress by designer Christian Siriano....
In a joint interview with her vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton complained of a "Hillary standard" -- suggesting she's faced more scrutiny than other top-level politicians. Clinton cited "unfounded, inaccurate, mean-spirited attacks with no basis in truth" pointing to Republicans' criticism at their party's convention last week. When asked of Trump's moniker of "Crooked Hillary" she said "I'm not going to engage in that kind of insult fest that he seems to thrive on."
Was the Police union correct to condemn Clinton and the DNC for not inviting relatives of slain officers to speak while scheduling the mothers of people killed by police?