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    Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish welcome baby

    (CNN)Kevin Hart has announced the birth of his third child. The comedian tweeted Tuesday that his wife, Eniko Parrish, had given birth to their son. "God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ," Hart tweeted. God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ....He is Healthy & already smiling.

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    David Cassidy: 'He was my idol'

    There has been an outpouring of emotional tributes to the US singer and actor David Cassidy, the 1970s teen pop idol who died on Wednesday. At the height of his fame, he had a huge fan club - bigger than those of The Beatles and Elvis Presley. Here, you have been sharing your stories of your encounters with the former teen heartthrob. Special memories Sandra Burnham from Bristol: "From the moment I caught my first glimpse of David I was in love. "One of the best days of my teenage years was going to see him at the Empire Pool - now called Wembley Arena. Travelling from Bristol on the train with a friend, we arrived to a sea of screaming girls. I clearly remember the crush to get inside and being

  • Thanksgiving football's coming, but CBS and Dish Network still 'far apart' on blackout

    CBS and Dish Network don't appear to be any closer to making a deal to end a blackout of CBS for Dish customers, even with Thanksgiving -- and the traditional holiday NFL game on CBS -- quickly approaching. "We obviously want to strike a fair deal with Dish as soon as possible -- but we remain far apart on terms," CBS said in a statement on Wednesday. Tuesday morning, local stations owned by CBS went dark on Dish Network's satellite system. The network warned Dish customers Monday that if a deal could not be struck they would lose out on CBS' NFL and college football games over the long holiday weekend. The blackout is the result of a carriage fight between the two companies and impacts subscribers

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    Disney's John Lasseter takes leave of absence, apologizes for unwanted gestures

    John Lasseter, one of the biggest names in animation, is taking a leave of absence from Disney following what he called "missteps." In an internal memo sent to Disney employees obtained by CNN, Lasseter, who is the chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation, said that he recently had "a number of difficult conversations that have been very painful for me." "It's never easy to face your missteps, but it's the only way to learn from them. As a result, I've been giving a lot of thought to the leader I am today compared to the mentor, advocate and champion I want to be. It's been brought to my attention that I have made some of you feel disrespected or uncomfortable. That was never my intent,"

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    The NHS will get extra money

    NHS services in England are to get extra money to help them deal with the growing pressures they are facing, the chancellor has announced. He said there would be an immediate cash injection of £350m to help this winter. That will be followed by an additional £1.6bn next year on top of the £2.1bn rise that was already planned. It comes after NHS England boss Simon Stevens called for extra money in a speech earlier this month. He said the public expected increased investment following claims made during the EU referendum that the NHS would benefit financially from Brexit. Mr Stevens argued without action waiting times for key services would continue to worsen. In total, Mr Hammond announced an

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    Payout to Paralympian over train toilet

    Paralympian Anne Wafula-Strike has been compensated after wetting herself on a train with an out-of-order disabled toilet. The 48-year-old was on a three-hour CrossCountry train journey from Nuneaton to Stansted in December.

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    Nick Carter denies rape allegation

    "He was stronger and much bigger than me, and there was no way I would be able to open that door or have anyone help me," Schuman wrote. "My friend couldn't help me, I didn't even know where she was." After the bathroom incident, Schuman wrote, Carter took her into a bedroom and despite her pleas that she was a virgin and saving herself for marriage, raped her. She said the singer tried to entice her by saying "I could be your husband." "The one thing I had held as a virtue had been ruined," Schuman wrote of her feelings after the alleged incident. "I went limp, turned my head to my left and decided I would just go to sleep now. I wanted to believe it was some sort of nightmare I was dreaming