Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin in her system, autopsy shows

Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin in her system, autopsy shows

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Carrie Fisher had cocaine, heroin in her system, autopsy shows
“Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher had a series of drugs in her system when she suffered a medical emergency on a plane last year and died four days later, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner. The coroner’s office released its final autopsy report on the actress Monday, which revealed cocaine was […]
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I’m A Celebrity 2017: Georgia Toffolo set for MASSIVE career change?

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I’m A Celebrity 2017: Georgia Toffolo set for MASSIVE career change?
IT HAS only been a few days since Georgia “Toff” Toffolo was crowned Queen of the Jungle but rumours surrounding her next move have been rife. Related
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Clippers gaining confidence, momentum after consecutive victories

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Clippers gaining confidence, momentum after consecutive victories
The Clippers are done feeling sorry for themselves. They’ve gotten over the shock of losing so many players to so many injuries for so many games. They’ve dug in. They’ve started fighting back. They’ve won two in a row over teams well above them in the NBA standings. “They had a talent advantage, so we […]
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Netflix fires exec who said company didn’t believe rape claims

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Netflix fires exec who said company didn’t believe rape claims
The Netflix exec who told one of Danny Masterson’s accusers that the company didn’t believe the women saying he raped them has been fired. Related
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Angels leaning toward six-man rotation to help all pitchers, not just Shohei Ohtani

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Angels leaning toward six-man rotation to help all pitchers, not just Shohei Ohtani
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The more Billy Eppler talks about the possibility of using a six-man rotation, the more it seems to be a foregone conclusion. The Angels’ general manager gave a passionate defense of the merits of a six-man rotation, invoking terms like “moral responsibility,” on Tuesday at the Winter Meetings. He said […]
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I’m A Celebrity 2017: Ant McPartlin all smiles as he heads home to reunite with wife Lisa

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I’m A Celebrity 2017: Ant McPartlin all smiles as he heads home to reunite with wife Lisa
ANT McPARTLIN, 42, looked more than happy to be heading home from Australia following his six-week stint away from his wife Lisa Armstrong, 41, for this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here. Related
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I'm A Celebrity 2017: Georgia Toffolo flaunts toned pins as she jets home with Ant and Dec

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I'm A Celebrity 2017: Georgia Toffolo flaunts toned pins as she jets home with Ant and Dec
I’M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! winner Georgia Toffolo could not stop smiling as she arrived at Brisbane airport today to jet home after three weeks in the jungle. Related
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A look back at the life and career of Frank Sinatra

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A look back at the life and career of Frank Sinatra
From countless chart-topping albums to his award-winning roles on the big screen, music legend Frank Sinatra has left behind quite the legacy. On the anniversary of his death, take a look back at his impressive life and career. Related
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5 things about Rembrandt’s ‘Self Portrait at the Age of 34’ on loan at the Norton Simon

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5 things about Rembrandt’s ‘Self Portrait at the Age of 34’ on loan at the Norton Simon
Rembrandt’s painting “Self Portrait at the Age of 34” is now on display at the Norton Simon Museum through March 5. On loan from The National Gallery in London, this is the first time the piece has been shown in the United States. Rembrandt created “Self Portrait at the Age of 34” in 1640 in […]
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El Camino Real soccer tops upstart Taft to win Ralph Brandt tournament

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El Camino Real soccer tops upstart Taft to win Ralph Brandt tournament
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE — It did not take long for the El Camino Real boys soccer team to realize Taft was a different team than in years past. Taft’s physical play and goalkeeper Jacob Friedman kept El Camino Real in check despite El Camino Real controlling time of possession. Emilio Vallin ended the stalemate with […]
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The Golden Globe nominations are pretty weird

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The Golden Globe nominations are pretty weird
And the Golden Globe for Most Valuable Plummer goes to . . . The nominations for the 75th Annual Golden Globes were announced Monday morning and among the nods was the 87-year-old acting legend Christopher Plummer for his supporting performance as crotchety billionaire J. Paul Getty in “All the Money in the World.” Only, Getty… […]
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Sylvester Stallone steps away from directing ‘Creed 2’

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Sylvester Stallone steps away from directing ‘Creed 2’
Sylvester Stallone is stepping out of the director’s ring. Related
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Uma Thurman, Ellen DeGeneres, more campaign against Roy Moore

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Uma Thurman, Ellen DeGeneres, more campaign against Roy Moore
Uma Thurman, Ellen DeGeneres and more are using their influence to campaign for Doug Jones, Roy Moore’s opponent in the Alabama Senate race. Related
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Bonsignore: If Rams were disappointed Sunday, they also have perspective

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Bonsignore: If Rams were disappointed Sunday, they also have perspective
In the bitterly disappointing aftermath of the Rams’ loss to the Eagles on Sunday, after raw emotion settled down and anger and frustration subsided, fury and exasperation began ceding to another sentiment. Perspective. And as the Rams took an honest look at themselves and the situation they face, a bit of a calming effect ensued. […]
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Golden Globes nominees steer clear of a PR disaster

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Golden Globes nominees steer clear of a PR disaster
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is usually so eager to create buzz by awarding their Golden Globes to obscure nominees (“Mozart in the Jungle,” best comedy series, 2016). But this year, they’re taking a page from September’s Emmy Awards: They’ve all but repeated last year’s ballot, with a few variations — some welcome. The nominees… […]
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Van Damme spoofs tough-guy image in new series

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Van Damme spoofs tough-guy image in new series
Belgian-born martial arts action star Jean-Claude Van Damme, aka “The Muscles from Brussels,” has done many wild things over the course of his career. He’s battled men who can fly (in films like “Street Fighter”) and saved babies from tigers (in “Double Team.”) But his new Amazon show, “Jean-Claude Van Johnson,” is his most out-there… […]
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Chef Mario Batali steps away from restaurants amid sexual misconduct allegations

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Chef Mario Batali steps away from restaurants amid sexual misconduct allegations
Mario Batali has surrendered oversight of daily operations at his restaurant empire following reports of sexual misconduct by the celebrity chef over a period of at least 20 years. The online site Eater New York, part of Vox Media, reported Monday the incidents involve at least four women, three of whom worked for Batali. One […]
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'Shape of Water,' HBO dominate 2018 Golden Globes nominations

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'Shape of Water,' HBO dominate 2018 Golden Globes nominations
Here are the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globes. Related
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Three acts that were better than Taylor Swift at Jingle Ball

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Three acts that were better than Taylor Swift at Jingle Ball
She’s got a big reputation, but at Z100’s Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on Friday night, Taylor Swift didn’t quite live up to it. Fans flocked to the Manhattan venue for a line up that included such chart titans as Ed Sheeran, the Chainsmokers, Sam Smith, G-Eazy, Halsey and many more. But it was… […]
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‘A Christmas Carol’ saved Dickens from crushing debt

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‘A Christmas Carol’ saved Dickens from crushing debt
It isn’t really Christmas without “A Christmas Carol.” Since 1843, when Charles Dickens published what he called his “little Christmas book,” it’s never gone out of print — selling countless copies and spawning thousands of plays, readings, TV shows and movies starring everyone from Alastair Sim, George C. Scott and Christopher Plummer, to Jim Carrey,… […]
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