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Justin Timberlake did not create the song of the summer (but he sure did try)

You can understand why Justin Timberlake would want to get us thinking about warm weather, since that means we’re less likely to be thinking about “Man of the Woods,” the flannel-y winter-vibes dud he dropped to a resounding thud back in February. Read More

Scarlett Johansson’s plan to play trans man spurs backlash

Scarlett Johansson’s plans to portray a transgender man have sparked a backlash from many who object to cisgender actors playing trans roles. Read More

Beach Boys versus Sara Evans at July 4th rival TV concerts

The Fourth of July is usually a time for national unity, when Americans of all political stripes often turn their gaze to Washington as part of a patriotic lovefest. But there promises to be some division this year when it comes to what to watch. Read More

Oprah Winfrey says running for president would kill her

The famed talk show host — who sparked cries for a campaign back in January — has once again refuted rumors of a run for office, this time saying it’s because she wouldn’t make it through. Read More

New British study shows drinking coffee may boost longevity

New research shows coffee may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who down at least eight cups daily. Read More

Friends remember ‘Old Man’ Richard Harrison of ‘Pawn Stars’

Video clips of reality TV figure Richard Harrison played in a Las Vegas funeral home where the patriarch of the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop empire was remembered as a Navy veteran, husband, father and sometimes cranky character. Read More

Dior celebrates the atelier, draws celebs to Paris couture

Guests, including Katie Holmes and Kate Bosworth, were taken deep inside the inner workings of Christian Dior for the French brand’s nostalgic couture display that celebrated the artistry of the atelier. Read More

‘Jurassic World 2’ takes No. 1 again

The “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” dinosaurs ruled the box office for a second weekend in a row, but also left a little room for more modest newcomers like “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” and the basketball comedy “Uncle Drew” to over-perform in the crowded marketplace. Read More

Conviction tossed for man accused in Lil Wayne bus shooting

Georgia’s highest court has reversed the convictions of a man who pleaded guilty to a gang charge after he was accused of shooting into rapper Lil Wayne’s tour buses on a Georgia highway. Read More

Part owner of Marvin Gaye song sues Ed Sheeran over hit song

A part owner of Marvin Gaye’s 1978 release “Let’s Get It On,” is suing British singer Ed Sheeran for $100 million for copyright infringement after getting blocked from a similar lawsuit brought by other copyright owners. Read More