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Mexico Captures No.1 Drug Kingpin 'Shorty' Guzman
Mexico's most wanted man, drug cartel kingpin Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman, was captured on Saturday with help from U.S. agencies in a major victory for the government in a long, brutal drugs war. Guzman, also known as "El Chapo", has long run Mexico's infamous Sinaloa Cartel. Over the past decade, he has emerged as one of the world's most powerful organized crime bosses.
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Ukraine Parliament Ratifies EU Pact
Ukraine's parliament ratified an agreement to deepen economic and political ties with the European Union on Tuesday, and passed legislation to grant autonomy to the rebellious east as part of a peace deal. The ratification vote, draws a line under the issue that last year sparked Ukraine's crisis, which resulted in the ousting of the president, the annexation of Crimea by Russia and a war with the Russia-backed separatists that has killed more than 3,000 people. The ratification vote in Kiev, synchronized with the European parliament by video chat, was met with a standing ovation, and members of parliament leapt to their feet to sing the Ukrainian national anthem.
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Rome Film Festival Lineup Takes Shape
Rome Film Festival Artistic Director Marco Muller announced Tuesday the first five English-language pictures in the upcoming ninth edition of the Rome Film Festival. European premieres include Mike Binder ’s "Black and White," Brad Anderson ’s "Stonehearst Asylum," Stephen Saldry ’s "Trash" and Oren Moverman ’s "Time Out of Mind." "Black and White" premiered to great acclaim in Toronto, earning early Oscar buzz for its leads Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer . The film, based on a true story, explores racial tension when Costner and Spencer’s characters must feud over a custody battle for a mixed-race child.
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Ditching Cars For Buses, Bikes Best Way To Cut City Pollution : Study
A new international study said on Wednesday, encouraging people to abandon their cars and use public transport or walk or cycle around cities offers the "least pain, most gain" way to cut air pollution from traffic by 2050. The report, by the University of California and the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, proposed governments expand rail and bus transport and ensure cities are safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
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Stanton Posts Pictures Of Facial Injuries Online
Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton posted online side-by-side graphic photos of his face, showing healing in the five days since he was struck by a pitch. Stanton had tests in Miami on Tuesday to determine whether he can play again this season. He posted the pictures on the photo-sharing site Instagram earlier in the day. He wrote on his Instagram account, Giancarlo818, "The Aftermath...Making huge progress!! Want to thank everyone who has played a part in my recovery process.
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Elisabeth Hasselbeck On The View's New Panel: ''I Have No Clue'' Why Rosie O'Donnell Is Back, But ''I Wish Them Well''
The new cast, crew and hosts of The View, including Rosie O'Donnell Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace and Whoopi Goldberg, who is the only returning host from the previous season—are presumably celebrating the success of Monday's season 18 premiere, which marks the second-highest premiere on record since the show's inception in 1997. The episode also marked O'Donnell's highly-anticipated return to the show after exiting the program in 2007 following her infamous feud with Elizabeth Hasselbeck, which led to the comic's premature exit from the series Hasselbeck told Parade magazine, referring to the pair's on-air fight, "I reached out to Rosie for many years, including the day after everything happened. That's something I've talked about time and again. I was not met with a response, but I wish them well." As for her response when asked why the producers brought Rosie back? She said, "I have no clue."
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Facts Of Life Cast Reunites After 35 Years, Talk George Clooney's Guest Role: "He Was Just Another Actor To Us"
The ladies of Eastland Academy are all grown up! The cast of classic sitcom The Facts of Life reunited at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills to celebrate the show's milestone 35th anniversary. Mindy Cohn, Nancy McKeon, Lisa Whelchel and Charlotte Rae gathered onstage at the PaleyFest's Fall TV Previews to dish about working on the series for nine seasons. In fact, one of George Clooney's first major roles involved playing a handyman and making out with Whelchel, who played rich girl Blair Warner! Unfortunately (and surprisingly), he failed to make a lasting impression on the actress at the time. "I am all for repressed memories, but why I repressed that one I don't know!" she joked.
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Nick Jonas Turns 22, Gets Birthday Wishes From Family Ahead Of "Jealous" Music Video Release
Happy birthday, Nick Jonas! The super-hot singer turns 22 day and you better believe he got some adorable B-Day wishes from his family via social media. Brother Joe Jonas wrote on Instagram with a throwback photo of a young Nick from back in their Jonas Brothers band days, "Happy Birthday to my main duder @nickjonas #keepsmiling." Joe completed the adorable pic with a birthday hat graphic and faux balloons. Nick also shared an old pic of himself split with a shot of him now with the caption, "#ThenAndNow."
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New Video Of Beyoncé Lip-Syncing Surfaces And We Still Just Want To "Bow Down"--Watch Now!
Beyoncé's busted! The "Irreplaceable" singer may have ended her On the Run tour Saturday night on a high note. But new video from an Instagram user shows Queen Bey may have had a little help with her vocals during the final performances. While singing "Partition," the 33-year-old drops it low to engage with a few excited fans in the pit. Soon after, Beyoncé stops mouthing off any words, even as a vocal track continues to play in the background. Her final shows in Paris featured a surprise appearance by Nicki Minaj who performed the "Flawless Remix."
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Tim McGraw's Live-Streamed Show Will Feature New Music
Country behemoth Tim McGraw will show off new music from his just-released 13th studio album, Sundown Heaven Town , on Tuesday night during a live-streamed concert . Joining the Live Like You Were Dying singer for the live stream, which starts Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. , will be Faith Hill. Together, the married couple will perform Meanwhile Back At Mama’s, their slow duet about small-town life.