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U2's Bono testifies before Congress on the refugee crisis
U2 frontman Bono brought his star power to the U.S. Congress Tuesday as he called on members of Congress to take swift action to deal with the global refugee crisis and violent extremism.
 
Porsche not at fault in crash that killed Paul Walker: judge
The widow of a man driving the Porsche that crashed and killed actor Paul Walker cannot prove the carmaker is responsible for the accident, a U.S. federal judge has said.
 
Barbara Turner, an award-winning screenwriter and mother of actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, died on Tuesday aged 79, media reports said.
 
Authorities say actress Vanessa Hudgens can pay a fine and restitution or appear in court for allegedly carving a heart into red rock in Sedona two months ago.
 
CNN should have done more for me: Fox's Kelly
Fox News Channel's Megyn Kelly is taking notes on who she feels could've been more supportive when she was attacked by Donald Trump. Fox's Bill O'Reilly and CNN are both on her list.
 
Rihanna, Shonda Rhimes and Clinton appear at the Black Girls Rock! event
Pop star Rihanna and TV mogul Shonda Rhimes were among the honorees at this year's Black Girls Rock! event, where Hillary Clinton made an appearance and told the audience "my life has been changed by strong black women leaders."
 
Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio may be banned from returning to Indonesia over his criticisms that palm oil plantations are destroying the country's rainforests and endangering wildlife, an immigration official said Saturday.
 
Sydney embraces Kanye loving mural
An Australian artist behind a larger-than-life mural of American rap star Kanye West embracing himself has offered to paint over it -- for a sizable fee.
 
Medical community is fighting a new germ: celebrities
When celebrity and science collide, harmful side effects may occur.
 
DiCaprio speaks out for Indonesia biodiversity
Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio has visited the Indonesian jungle to help protect a biodiverse area from deforestation.
 
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