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Longtime ESPN reporter M.A. Voepel comes out as transgender
The network veteran shared in a series of tweets that he is a transgender man and uses he/him pronouns.
Disney tops rival Netflix in number of subscribers
Disney streaming is also hiking fees for its services, with the monthly fee for Disney+ jumping by 38% in December.
Jury selection begins for Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit over crash photos
Vanessa Bryant is suing Los Angeles County public officials for allegedly taking and distributing photos of her late husband's remains.
Lamont Dozier, Motown legend, dies at 81
Motown hitmaker Lamont Dozier has died. The Detroit native was part of the legendary songwriting team behind dozens of classics, including "You Can't Hurry Love," "Stop in the Name of Love," "Reach Out, I'll Be There," and more.
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Marshawn Lynch arrested on suspicion of DUI in Las Vegas
"Through the course of the investigation, officers determined that Lynch was impaired and conducted an arrest," Las Vegas police said.
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What is vasculitis? Ashton Kutcher says he battled rare disease
"I had this weird, super rare form of vasculitis, that like knocked out my vision, it knocked out my hearing, it knocked out like all my equilibrium," Kutcher said.
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Motown songwriter-producer Lamont Dozier dead at 81
Over a four-year period, 1963-67, Lamont Dozier and brothers Brian and Eddie Holland crafted more than 25 top 10 songs.
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A look at the legacy Olivia Newton-John leaves behind
Singer Olivia Newton-John, who sold 100 million records and was a tireless advocate for breast cancer research, died after a three-decade battle with the disease. Gayle King looks back at her life and legacy.
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Issey Miyake, Japanese fashion maverick, dies at 84
Miyake built one of Japan's biggest fashion brands, becoming well known for its trademark origami-like pleats, and Steve Jobs' ubiquitous black turtlenecks.
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