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Jim Carrey gives emotional talk in rare public appearance

Comedian Jim Carrey is learning to accept his sadness and pain. The actor, who has been open about his struggles with depression, joined Michael Moore on stage Thursday night and spoke candidly, and emotionally, about living under Trump’s presidency and his personal struggles overcoming pain, according to People. Moore pressed the “Ace Ventura” star about his opinions on Trump’s presidency, ...

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Meet tiny internet star Caidyn Bennett, but don't touch his hair

Caidyn Bennett wants to sit next to you and ask what your Halloween costume will be. He also wants to marry Beyoncé — but that doesn’t mean the superstar should show up at his doorstep. “She’s my boo,” he told the Daily News. “I just posted something to Beyoncé, and I told her to not to come to my house ...

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George Clooney: Steve Bannon 'is a failed f—ing screenwriter'

Don’t let that smile fool you, George Clooney loves picking fights. The Hollywood star slammed President Trump’s former adviser Steve Bannon at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday, noting that the former film producer and financier would be sucking up to Clooney if he was still trying to make it big in Tinseltown. “Steve Bannon is a failed f—ing ...

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‘Big Brother’ house guest Paul Abrahamian slaps pal in the face

“Big Brother” has no shortage of drama — but don’t cry about it if your a house guest and Paul Abrahamian is around. Abrahamian, 24, slapped fellow cast member Josh Martinez, 23, in the face this week after he became so emotional he was brought to tears after one of his pals was evicted from the house on Thursday night. ...

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Sorry ESPN Radio, Craig Carton's bust is sort of drama WFAN needs

The suits running ESPN-98.7 are licking their chops watching WFAN up against the ropes like a radio version of some tomato can. While there have been months of uncertainty in afternoon drive over who will succeed Mike (Sports Pope) Francesa, if he actually does leave FAN in December, the station now faces another major quandary after morning Gasbag Craig Carton ...

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Kristen Bell saved ‘Frozen’ co-star Josh Gad’s family from Irma

Josh Gad is thanking his princess for keeping his parents safe. The “Frozen” star said his co-star, actress Kristen Bell, 37, saved his parents and the rest of his family from Hurricane Irma by getting them a room at her hotel in Orlando, Fla. “So @kristenanniebell literally saved my parents and my entire family tonight from #hurricaneirma. When they were ...

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Body of Houston hotel worker trapped during Harvey discovered

The body of a Houston hotel employee who volunteered during the worst of Harvey was found nearly two weeks after she made her final call for help. Jill Renick’s remains were discovered earlier this week in the basement of the Omni Houston Hotel, where she worked as a spa manager. An employee found the 48-year-old Houston resident’s body in the ...

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Giant portrait of toddler peers over U.S.-Mexico border wall

TECATE, Calif. (AP) — A photo of a giant toddler stands in Mexico and peers over a steel wall dividing the country from the United States. The boy appears to grip the barrier with his fingers, leaving the impression the entire thing could be toppled with a giggle. A French artist who goes by the moniker “JR” erected the cut-out ...

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FDNY rep threatened with racist letter after helping fellow EMT

A union rep who tried to help a fellow EMT cited for hanging a noose in an ambulance was rewarded with a racist letter calling her the N-word and threatening her life. Paramedic Keisha Brockington, 41, was stunned and sickened on Aug. 29 after finding the hate-filled missive in her locker at the FDNY EMS Station 22 on Staten Island. ...

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Miami homeless removed against their will as Irma approaches

Police officers were rounding up the homeless still in Miami while thousands of other Floridians attempted to flee the Sunshine State ahead of Hurricane Irma. The evacuation in Florida is ongoing and is among the largest in United States history. More than 5 million people — or roughly a quarter of the state’s population — have been ordered to leave ...

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