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FILE - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is pictured on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2023, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File)
June 12th, 2024
Sony Buys Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Sony Pictures Entertainment, which made "Bad Boys" and "Garfield," bought Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, a place where people can eat and drink while watching films. Sony is excited about the future of showing movies.
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Luke Newton, left, and Nicola Coughlin poses for photographers upon arrival at the season three part two screening of the television series 'Bridgerton', in London, Wednesday, June 12, 2024. (Photo by Scott A Garfitt/Invision/AP)
June 12th, 2024
"Bridgerton" Stars Talk About Love at London Event
Luke Newton and Nicola Coughlan from the show "Bridgerton" may seem like a real couple. At a London event, they and others shared thoughts on love and life.
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This image released by Disney/Pixar shows, from left, Sadness, voiced by Phyllis Smith, left, and Joy, voiced by Amy Poehler, in a scene from "Inside Out 2." (Disney/Pixar via AP)
June 12th, 2024
New Cartoon "Inside Out 2" Shows Girl's Changing Feelings
The new cartoon movie "Inside Out 2" is about a 13-year-old girl and her feelings that are like people in her head. It is fun and teaches about growing up.
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Peter Sarsgaard, left, and Jake Gyllenhaal attend the "Presumed Innocent" premiere during the Tribeca Festival at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Sunday, June 9, 2024, in New York. (Photo by CJ Rivera/Invision/AP)
June 11th, 2024
Jake Gyllenhaal Stars in New TV Show "Presumed Innocent" on Apple TV+
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in his first TV show, "Presumed Innocent," on Apple TV+, playing a man accused of something bad, with his real-life friend Peter Sarsgaard. It's a show about a tough court case based on a book, created by David E. Kelley who was once a lawyer.
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Far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) top candidate for the European Parliament elections Maximilian Krah leaves a polling station on an e-scooter after casting his vote in the European and local elections in Dresden, Germany, Sunday, June 9, 2024. (Robert Michael/dpa via AP)
June 11th, 2024
Different People Get Voted as Leaders
Different and surprising people got voted to be leaders in a big group, including a funny video maker, someone who rides an e-scooter, and others with problems.
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FILE - Jared Isaacman, left, and Hayley Arceneaux prepare to head to launchpad 39A for a launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Wednesday Sept. 15, 2021. New research presents the largest set of information yet regarding how the human body reacts to spaceflight. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)
June 11th, 2024
Space Travel Changes Tourists' Bodies
Scientists studied four space tourists and noticed changes in their bodies, but most things got better when they returned to Earth. This research helps understand how short trips to space affect health.
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FILE - Martin Shkreli is interviewed on the Fox Business Network in New York, Aug. 15, 2017. Shkreli is facing a new lawsuit for allegedly retaining and sharing recordings from a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that he was forced to sell following his 2017 conviction on securities fraud charges. The lawsuit was brought Monday, June 10, 2024, by a cryptocurrency collective, PleasrDAO, which purchased the only known copy of the album from Shkreli for $4.75 million. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
June 11th, 2024
Man Sold Rare Wu-Tang Album and Broke Rules
Martin Shkreli sold a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan music album to a group for $4.75 million but he's in trouble now because the group says he broke the rules by not keeping the music secret.
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Dr. Amy Attas, left, and licensed veterinary technician Jeanine Lunz, right, examine Puddy Beyer, a 19 year old male Domestic Short Haired cat as his human Wendy Beyer, center, looks on during a house call, Tuesday, April 23, 2024, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
June 10th, 2024
Amy: Doctor Who Helps Pets at Home in New York
Amy is a friendly doctor who visits homes in New York to help pets stay well and make their owners happy. She has been caring for animals like cats and dogs for over 30 years and loves her job.
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This cover image released by Penguin shows "The Friday Afternoon Club" by Griffin Dunne. (Penguin via AP)
June 10th, 2024
Griffin Dunne Shares His Life in New Book
Griffin Dunne wrote a book about his life with a famous family, happy moments, and sad times.
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In this undated photo, an African elephant matriarch leads her calf away from danger in northern Kenya. A new study in Nature Ecology & Evolution demonstrates that elephants respond to individual names, one of the few animal species known to do so. (George Wittemyer via AP)
June 10th, 2024
Elephants Can Talk and Use Names to Call Each Other
Elephants can use special sounds to talk and call each other by names, which is a special thing that only a few animals can do. Scientists are learning more about how elephants communicate with their families.
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Griffin Dunne poses for a portrait in New York on May 30, 2024, to promote his book "The Friday Afternoon Club." (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)
June 10th, 2024
Griffin Dunne Writes Book on Life, Family, and Acting
Griffin Dunne's new book, "The Friday Afternoon Club," shares his life stories of growing up in Hollywood, both the funny and the sad times, and his journey of acting and writing.
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Awards, including an Emmy, are displayed at Netflix headquarters Los Gatos, Calif. on March 7, 2024. Netflix wins awards for its shows like a Hollywood studio, but still relies on the sophisticated technology of a Silicon Valley company to reel in viewers and subscribers. (AP Photo/Mike Liedtke)
June 8th, 2024
Netflix Watches What You Like and Shows More
Netflix is a service where you can watch lots of movies and shows on the internet, and it helps you find ones you like. It's popular around the world because it's good at suggesting things based on what you enjoy.
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A men's competitor David Colturi takes a practice dive in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, Saturday, June 8, 2024, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
June 8th, 2024
Boston Enjoys High Diving Contest by the Sea
People in Boston enjoyed watching divers jump from high places into the sea near a museum. It was a special event with 45,000 viewers and winners like Rhiannan Iffland and Aidan Heslop.
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FILE - Entertainer and entrepreneur Sean Combs poses next to his honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities during the graduation ceremony at Howard University in Washington, Saturday, May 10, 2014. In a decision, Friday, June 7, 2024, Howard University is cutting ties to Combs, rescinding the honorary degree that was awarded to him and disbanding a scholarship program in his name. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
June 8th, 2024
Howard University Takes Back Diddy's Honor for Bad Acts
A famous man, Sean "Diddy" Combs, did a bad thing and Howard University took away his special award and stopped taking his money for schools. He said sorry for hurting his girlfriend.
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Hamissi Mamba talks to customers at his restaurant, Baobab Fare, Friday, May 24, 2024, in Detroit. For Hamissi Mamba and Nadia Nijimbere _ who own Baobab Fare in Detroit _ a win among the five finalists in the James Beard's "Outstanding Restaurateur" category would be personal. The couple, who fled Burundi about a decade ago, faced a difficult road as refugees opening a business in America. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
June 7th, 2024
Detroit Restaurant Owners from Africa Could Win Big Award
Hamissi and Nadia from East Africa own Baobab Fare, a special restaurant in Detroit that could win a big award called the James Beard Award. Their food is very good and they hope to win to inspire others.
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This image provided by Seaside Aquarium shows a hoodwinker sunfish that washed ashore on June 3, 2024, on a beach in Gearhart, Ore. (Tiffany Boothe/Seaside Aquarium via AP)
June 7th, 2024
Rare Big Sunfish Appears on Oregon Beach
A very big and rare hoodwinker sunfish, 7.3 feet long, was found on a beach in Oregon, and it may be the biggest one discovered.
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FILE - Pat Sajak, left, and Vanna White, from "Wheel of Fortune," attend a ceremony honoring Harry Friedman with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Nov. 1, 2019. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
June 7th, 2024
Pat Sajak Says Goodbye to "Wheel of Fortune" After 41 Years
Pat Sajak has been the host of "Wheel of Fortune" for 41 years and now he is leaving the show. Ryan Seacrest will be the new host, and Vanna White will continue to help until 2026.
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This April 2024 photo taken by Blair Morrow and provided by Alex Lundberg shows a large section of tusk from a long-extinct mastodon that Lundberg and his diver companion found on the sea floor off Florida's Gulf coast. They first thought it was just a large piece of wood. (Blair Morrow via AP)
June 6th, 2024
Man Finds Huge Ancient Tooth in Sea
A man named Alex found a huge, old tooth from an extinct animal called a mastodon while swimming in the sea. Now the special tooth is at his house, and he can keep it if a museum doesn't take it.
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SpaceX's mega rocket Starship lifts off in a heavy haze for a test flight from Starbase in Boca Chica, Texas, Thursday, June 6, 2024. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
June 6th, 2024
Big Rocket Starship Flies and Lands Well in Water
A big rocket named Starship successfully flew high and landed safely in the water, making SpaceX happy for future trips to the Moon and Mars.
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FILE - Vanna White, left, and Pat Sajak make an appearance at Radio City Music Hall for a taping of celebrity week on "Wheel of Fortune" in New York on Sept. 29, 2007. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, file)
June 6th, 2024
Pat Leaves "Wheel of Fortune," Vanna and Fans Will Miss Him
Pat and Vanna are friends who work on a show called "Wheel of Fortune," but Pat will leave and Ryan will take his place. People will miss Pat when he's gone after being on TV for a long time.
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June 6th, 2024
Giraffe Lifts Little Girl by Shirt at Texas Animal Park
A family fed a giraffe from their car in Texas, and it lifted a little girl by her shirt, but she is fine now. The video is online, and the park has new safety rules.
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A herder sits with his horse on an open plain in Inner Mongolia, China, July 2019. Scientists analyzed ancient horse genomes to calculate dates for the domestication of the modern horse -- 4,200 years ago, according to new research published Thursday, June 6, 2024, in the journal Nature. (Ludovic Orlando/Centre for Anthropobiology and Genomics of Toulouse, CAGT via AP)
June 6th, 2024
"Horses Became Popular Pets 4,200 Years Ago"
Long ago, people started keeping horses as pets and liked riding one type of horse everywhere. Scientists found out these horses spread to many countries fast, and they were first used by the Sintashta people to travel and carry things.
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