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Former US Ambassador Samantha Power writing a memoir
NEW YORK (AP) -- Former U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power is writing a memoir about her transition from writing a Pulitzer Prize-winning condemnation of foreign policy to becoming a leading public advocate for the government....
Lena Dunham plans to take feminist Lenny Letter on the road
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Now that HBO's "Girls" has wrapped its six-year run, the women behind the series are focusing on their other female-centered project: turning their digital newsletter, Lenny, into a real-life experience....
Scott Baio explains remarks on Erin Moran after backlash
NEW YORK (AP) -- Scott Baio says he was responding to media reports when he suggested the death of his former "Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi" co-star Erin Moran may have been due to substance abuse problems....
Lady Gaga, 'Pokemon Go,' Women's March snag Webby Awards
NEW YORK (AP) -- Lady Gaga, "Pokemon Go" and January's Women's March among the winners of this year's Webby Awards....
Drake to host first-ever 'NBA Awards' on June 26
NEW YORK (AP) -- Drake will host the NBA's first-ever awards show this June....
Abigail Breslin explains why she didn't report rape
Virtual reality, apps add interactivity to music videos
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- More musicians are using new technology, including 360-degree cameras, virtual reality musical experiences and vertical videos, to reach the smartphone generation of music fans who are discovering new music on their phones and tablets....
Faye Dunaway speaks on Oscar's best picture fiasco
NEW YORK (AP) -- Actress Faye Dunaway says she thought co-presenter Warren Beatty was joking when he paused before showing her the envelope that should have contained the Oscar's best picture winner....
Review: 'Anything Is Possible' visits Lucy Barton's hometown
"Anything Is Possible" (Random House), by Elizabeth Strout...
O'Reilly surprised by Fox exit, says truth will come out
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Five days after being fired from his top-rated Fox News Channel perch, Bill O'Reilly used a podcast to express his dismay and vowed that "the truth will come out."...
President Kim Jong Un said North Korea is ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, in the latest sign of rising tension as President Trump prepares to call the leaders of China and Japan. The United States ordered the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group to sail to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to mounting concern over the North's nuclear and missile tests, and its threats to attack the United States and its Asian allies.
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