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    David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' superstar, in critical condition

    (CNN)David Cassidy, the wildly popular '70s heartthrob who shot to fame when he starred and sang in TV's "The Partridge Family," is in critical condition with organ failure. Cassidy is being treated at a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, area hospital, longtime publicist Jo-Ann Geffen told CNN on Saturday. "He is conscious and surrounded by family and friends, nothing is imminent and we are taking it day by day," Geffen said. Cassidy, 67, told People magazine earlier this year he was battling dementia.

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    'Justice League' stumbles at the box office

    "Justice League" was hit with some Kryptonite at the box office this weekend. The mashup that brought together some of DC Entertainment's biggest superhero stars, including Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash, nabbed an estimated $96 million at the box office in North America this weekend. That number, while still big for an opening weekend, came in under the roughly $110 million the industry expected. It's also the lowest opening for the Warner Bros. superhero brand, trailing films like 2013's "Man of Steel," 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," 2016's "Suicide Squad" and this summer's "Wonder Woman." It is the only film in the DC Extended Universe to not crack the $100 million mark in North America at its opening.

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    Country music star Mel Tillis dies

    (CNN)Country music legend Mel Tillis died early Sunday morning, according to a statement from his publicist. Tillis died at the Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Florida, after battling intestinal issues since 2016, said spokesman Don Murry Grubbs. Tillis was a prolific singer-songwriter who penned more than 1,000 songs and recorded more than 60 albums in a career that spanned six decades. Many of those songs were recorded by other country music stars such as Kenny Rogers, George Strait and Ricky Skaggs.

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    Linkin Park dedicate American Music Award win to Chester Bennington

    Linkin Park dedicated their win at the American Music Awards to former lead singer Chester Bennington. Guitarist Mike Shinoda said the trophy was for "his memory, his talent, his sense of humour, to his joy". Chester, 41, was found dead at his home in California in July. A coroner said the star apparently hanged himself. "All of you tonight, whether you're a fan or an artist, I want you to take a moment to appreciate what you've got and make Chester proud," Mike added. The band picked up the favourite artist in the alternative rock category gong at last night's awards. Linkin Park recently announced they'll release an album in December. The songs featured will be from live recordings from the

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    Anthony Atamanuik: The late-night comic who plays off Trump's 'inner self'

    Donald Trump was one of 17 candidates in the GOP primaries when actor Anthony Atamanuik did his first impersonation of him during an improv show at Upright Citizens Brigade in New York. "He announced on my birthday, on June 15, and I thought it was pretty silly at the time," Atamanuik recalled. Lots of reporters and commentators felt the same way. "But by August, I was like, 'Well, this guy's for real.' And I thought it would be funny to do him," the comedian said. Atamanuik's stock right rose along with Trump's. This year the comedian turned the Trump performance into a full-time gig, starring in 20 episodes of "The President Show" for Comedy Central. "It takes two hours to get into the makeup,"

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    PTSD 'a struggle for cancer patients'

    A fifth of cancer patients experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a Malaysian study has found. About one-third of these still had consistent or worsening PTSD four years after diagnosis. The researchers said PTSD needed to be identified, monitored and treated early. Becki McGuinness, who was diagnosed with bone cancer, said the resulting PTSD and depression were the biggest challenges for her. Becki was treated with chemotherapy after being diagnosed at the age of 21. When it didn't work, she was told she would need radiotherapy. "By the time I'd finished radiotherapy, and a few months passed, my periods were stopping. "It wasn't until I was 23 that I found out that I'd gone through

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    'Hot, old and hyperactive'

    Three women from Bristol who are part of a Facebook support group called Quixotic Women in Menopause come clean on the menopause. Beccy Golding, Rachel Heaton and Lauren Chiren sum up what is a normal phase for all women.