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Beyonce Reportedly Made $300 Million From Her Uber Investment Despite Shares Plummeting

Uber went public last week and their shares have been plummeting ever since.

Disney Is Taking Full Control of Hulu

Disney's takeover of Hulu is just about complete. Comcast on Tuesday agreed to sell its ownership stake in the streaming video service to Disney.

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Why the 2020 Senate Map Looks Better Than It Actually Is for Democrats

At first glance, 2020 looks like the year where Democrats should take back the Senate majority. They have only 12 seats of their own to defend while Republicans have 22. In years past, that sort of disparity has been a recipe for success for the minority party; more targets to shoot at = more likelihood of success.

Texas Police Officer Shot and Killed a Woman During Arrest Attempt

A shaky cell phone video captured the moments before a Texas police officer shot and killed a woman who claimed she was pregnant. A family member identified the woman as Pamela Shantay Turner.

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Tim Conway, star of the 'Carol Burnett Show,' dies at 85

Actor and comedian Tim Conway, best known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show," died on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, according to his publicist.

Manchester City braced for possible ban from $1.5 billion Champions League

Investigators from European football's governing body will meet Thursday to decide whether Manchester City will be banned from competing in the lucrative Champions League, according to a member of the investigatory chamber.

Steve Bullock: Defeating Trump is only the first step

I'm Steve Bullock and I'm running for president. I know I'm not the first person to say those words recently. And with so many other candidates in the race, some folks have asked me, "What took you so long?"

17th annual ‘Ride of Silence’ to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured on public roadways

Join the cause this Wednesday, May 15, for the 17th annual ‘Ride of Silence’ to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured cycling on public roadways.

Zimbabwe sells elephants to China and Dubai for $2.7 million

Zimbabwe made $2.7 million from the sale of more than 90 elephants to China and Dubai, according to a spokesman for the country's wildlife agency.

Joe Biden's early state polling looks more like those of past winners than losers

Former vice president Joe Biden is enjoying a large lead in national primary polls. Primaries, of course, aren't all conducted at once, but rather are held in a sequential fashion, with the early contests of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina being pivotal. Indeed, many national primary polling frontrunners first started showing weakness in early state polling.

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WhatsApp reveals major security flaw that could let hackers access phones

WhatsApp has revealed a vulnerability in its system that could have allowed hackers access to its users' phones, with a London-based human rights lawyer possibly among the targets.

CIA, FBI, Director of National Intelligence working with Attorney General Barr to review Russia probe origins

Attorney General William Barr is working closely with the CIA to review the origins of the Russia investigation and surveillance issues surrounding Donald Trump's presidential campaign, according to a source familiar with the matter, broadening an effort that the President has long demanded to involve all major national security agencies.

Here's why Lisa Kudrow doesn't watch 'Friends' reruns

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the hit comedy series "Friends," but at least one of the stars will not be binge-watching it in celebration.

4 dead and 2 missing after small planes carrying cruise passengers collide in Alaska

At least four people are dead after two floatplanes carrying cruise ship passengers collided in flight Monday afternoon near Ketchikan, Alaska, according to the US Coast Guard.

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Elizabeth Warren rejects Fox News town hall invite, slams network's 'hate-for-profit' model

Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced Tuesday morning that she is rejecting an invitation from Fox News to participate in a town hall with the network, slamming the outlet as a "hate-for-profit racket that gives a megaphone to racists and conspiracists."

Tiger Woods hit with lawsuit after employee dies in car crash

The family of a Florida man who purportedly was drunk when he crashed his car is suing Tiger Woods, his girlfriend and his restaurant company, saying they should have prevented the man from drinking too much and driving to his death.

Is this the world's most expensive cup of coffee?

Coffee aficionados are willing to shell out big bucks for the perfect cup of coffee. But Californians may be taking it to the next level.

The Statue of Liberty has a new museum -- and a podcast

Since making her American debut in 1886, the Statue of Liberty has become one of the world's most famous attractions.

IPhone owners can sue Apple for monopolizing App Store, Supreme Court rules

A group of iPhone owners who accuse Apple of violating US antitrust rules can sue the company, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. They claim Apple's App Store is a monopoly.

Amazon will pay $10,000 and 3 months' salary to help workers start delivery businesses

Amazon wants its employees to quit their jobs and create their own delivery businesses. It turns out that's an expensive proposition. So Amazon is upping the ante.

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3 production companies say they won't film in Georgia after abortion law signed

Hollywood has been outspoken against a controversial Georgia abortion law, and now the heads of three production companies are saying they will not film in the state.

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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli 'just wanted a good education for their kids'

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, maintain they are innocent of the charges against them in the college admissions scandal.

Missy Elliott, Alex Lacamoire and Justin Timberlake can now call themselves doctors

Fresh-faced college seniors aren't the only ones being honored this graduation season.

Fans may have caught another 'Game of Thrones' editing error -- but not in the episode

Jaime and Cersei Lannister shared a poetic reunion on this week's "Game of Thrones" -- but the day after the final season's fifth episode aired, fans spotted something not quite as magical.

Melissa McCarthy is replacing Steve Harvey on 'Little Big Shots'

Steve Harvey is losing another one of his gigs. On the heels of the news that his daytime talk show, "Steve," has been canceled, NBC has announced that Melissa McCarthy will replace Harvey as the host of "Little Big Shots."

Retired Justice John Paul Stevens says he hopes Trump 'won't do too much damage' to the courts

John Paul Stevens -- an outspoken retired justice -- said he hoped President Donald Trump would not damage on the nation's courts "too much" and waved off nascent proposals by Democrats to add more seats to the Supreme Court.

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Top federal prosecutor in Connecticut to review origins of Russia probe

The top federal prosecutor in Connecticut is assisting Attorney General Bill Barr in his review of the genesis of the 2016 Russia investigation, according to a source familiar with the review.

What's behind the absurd gamble on women's rights and health

Last week, Georgia joined the ranks of states in a sudden rush to ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, as early as six weeks after conception -- before a woman may even know that she is pregnant. Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio passed similar laws this year. Alabama is taking its fight against choice even further, with a bill that not only bans abortions but makes it a crime for a doctor to perform an abortion.

Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia reports drone attack on pumping stations

Oil prices climbed on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia reported "armed drones" attacked two pumping stations in the kingdom, underscoring rising tensions in the Middle East.

It's Trump vs. Xi in the China trade war -- and it's personal

Neither Donald Trump nor Xi Jinping can afford to blink. A personal duel between two rival presidents could ensure that the escalating trade war across the Pacific may last longer than anyone expected.

NYT: White House reviews plan that would send up to 120,000 US troops to Middle East

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan presented a military plan at a meeting of top national security officials last week that would send as many as 120,000 US troops to the Middle East in the event that Iran strikes American forces in the region or speeds up its development of nuclear weapons, The New York Times reported Monday.

Reps. Omar and Schakowsky: We must confront threat of white nationalism -- together

Just over two weeks ago, we watched in horror after a man walked into Chabad of Poway synagogue in California and opened fire on worshippers, killing 60-year-old Lori Gilbert Kaye and injuring three others. The attack on the synagogue took place on Shabbat, the holiest day of the week, and Acharon Shel Pesach -- the final day of Passover.

A global software outage caused delays at JetBlue's check-in counters

Lines at JetBlue were long at some airports Tuesday morning after a global outage of the airline reservation system Sabre, a JetBlue statement said.

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Hip fractures are deadly for many seniors

The news an elderly relative has broken a hip tends to sound alarm bells, perhaps more than breaking another bone would. That's because a hip fracture dramatically increases an older person's risk of death.

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Actress Felicity Huffman cries as she pleads guilty in college admissions scandal

Felicity Huffman broke down crying before a federal judge Monday after she pleaded guilty to paying $15,000 to a fake charity that facilitated cheating when her daughter took the SATs for college admission.

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The Harvard law professor representing Harvey Weinstein is being removed as a faculty dean

A Harvard University law professor who faced criticism on campus for representing Harvey Weinstein in his sexual assault trial is being relieved of his position as faculty dean of an undergraduate house.

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British broadcaster ITV has suspended "The Jeremy Kyle Show" and launched a review of the long-running program after a guest died shortly after taping an episode.

A little more than a week ago, the man who was watching 4-year-old Maleah Davis told police he, the young girl and her brother were abducted by three Hispanic men who knocked him unconscious. When he awoke on the side of a road after nearly 24 hours, he said the young girl wasn't there.

Britain's Jeremy Kyle Show taken off the air after death of guest

British broadcaster ITV has suspended "The Jeremy Kyle Show" and launched a review of the long-running program after a guest died shortly after taping an episode.

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'Empire' will end with Season 6

Season 6 of "Empire" will be Lyon family's last chance to roar.

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Alex Trebek opens up about cancer battle

Even as he battles pancreatic cancer, Alex Trebek still has his sense of humor. "I've got stage 4 cancer, okay," the "Jeopardy!" host joked to CBS Sunday Morning. "Not stage 1, for sissies, that's just beginner's cancer. I've got advanced!"

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YouTuber James Charles has lost nearly 3 million subscribers since his feud with Tati Westbrook

James Charles started the week flying high at the Met Gala. Now his career seems to be in free fall.

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Kate Gosselin returning to TV with dating show

After an almost a decade of being single, Kate Gosselin is ready to find love again.

Trump escalates trade fight, drawing retaliation from Beijing

President Donald Trump is digging in on his renewed China trade war, warning Monday that the fight "will only get worse" if Beijing retaliates -- just as Chinese officials announced a fresh set of tariffs on $60 billion of US exports.

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'Game of Thrones' Season 8, Episode 5 recap: Just one long 80-minute 'AAAAHHH!!!'

If someone asks you about what happened this week on that little dragon show you watch, you are more than allowed to just scream at full volume for an hour and 20 minutes. Because that's what this episode was. Just one, long 80-minute "AAAAHHH!!!"

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Bill Nye says it's time to grow up and realize the planet is on fire

Bill Nye wants to remind you of the seriousness of global warming and he's not mincing words.

Sheriff: Wife calls police after finding images of naked family members on husband's phone

A Genesee County man could face decades in prison after cameras were found in his master bathroom.

Doris Day was much more than 'America's virgin'

Doris Mary Ann Kapplehoff of Cincinnati, Ohio, always insisted she was never as wholesome and pristine as her show biz alter ego Doris Day was made out to be in the movies.

Family uses tattoos to create living tapestry of memories

Morgen Wulf has always celebrated major life events with tattoos. When her son left the neonatal intensive care unit, she got a tattoo of a cartoon bear to mark the occasion.

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Officer who helped take down Eric Garner before he said, 'I can't breathe,' to learn whether he keeps his job

The New York police officer accused of using a banned chokehold in the 2014 death of Eric Garner administered "a lethal dose of prohibited force" for no reason, as Garner posed no danger, a lawyer said Monday in a disciplinary hearing.

Nigerian police arrested 65 women in a raid. Some of the women say officers raped them

In a sparsely decorated room in Nigeria's capital city of Abuja, seven women are seated in a row, their backs turned to the assembled media to remain anonymous.