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Alan Alda reveals that he has Parkinson's disease

Alan Alda has lived with Parkinson's disease for over three years, the actor revealed Tuesday in an appearance on CBS "This Morning." "The reason I want to talk about it in public is that I was diagnosed three and a half years ago, and I've had a lifetime since," he said. "I thought it's just a matter of time before …

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"Mission Impossible – Fallout" rocketing to $ 59 million debut

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Tom Cruise's latest, "Mission: Impossible – Fallout" is on its way to a debut no. 1 at the North American cash office with an estimated 59 million dollars. Should predictions, Paramount's sixth installment of the franchise holds the end of the top of the most recent forecasts, ranging from $ 50 million to $ 65 million …

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Who is Tyler Mitchell? If rumors are true, Beyoncés picked first black photographer to shoot Vogue

For the first time in its 126-year history, Vogue consisted of a black photographer to postpone the iconic September issue. Tyler Mitchell, a photographer from Atlanta, was allegedly handpicked to capture images for the September cover by Beyoncé, who gained full control of the cover of fashion magazine chief editor Anna Wintour, reported HuffPost on Monday. Mitchell, a 23-year graduate …

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Kim Kardashian talks about Kanye and trumpet with Jimmy Kimmel

Kim Kardashian visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday discussing her latest meeting with President Donald Trump, resulting in the release of Alice Marie Johnson from prison. Kim explained how she heard Alice's situation on Twitter and felt a connection to the 63-year-old woman, who served a life-time without parole for a first time uninterrupted drug fracture. Although Kim seemed focused …

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Key Cause for Les Moonves by CBS: What Did You Think?

New Yorker's story about sexual harassment at CBS's executive director, Leslie Moonves, has many disturbing echoes about what has become a long list of fraud behavior by business executives. But among all got stuck in the # MeToo movement, just Mr. Moonves was so bold – or so reckless – that he started a civil war against his company's controlling …

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