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Hobbs & Shaw Scores Box Office Weekend

"Hobbs & Shaw" roared into theaters with an estimated $60.8 million in its opening weekend, according to industry figures released Sunday.

Egypt Displays Restored Gilded Coffin of Tutankhamun

Egypt displayed on Sunday the gilded coffin of Tutankhamun, under restoration for the first time since the boy king's tomb was discovered in 1922.

Los Angeles Chargers Report to Training Camp

The Los Angeles Chargers are due to report to training camp Wednesday, one day before the first of 13 practices in 2019 open to the public at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa.

Man With Burglary Tools Arrested at Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island Home

An Iowa man who traveled to small-town Rhode Island planning to "visit" pop superstar Taylor Swift has been arrested and charged with possession of burglary tools, police said Tuesday.

Egypt Seeks Interpol Intervention to Track Tutankhamun Relic Ownership Documents

Egypt has asked international police agency Interpol to track down a 3,000-year-old Tutankhamun artefact that was sold in London for $6 million despite fierce opposition from Cairo, government officials said.

Actor’s Former Girlfriend Wins Round in Domestic Violence Suit

An ex-girlfriend who alleges Ryan Phillippe assaulted her in 2017 won a round in court Monday when a judge ruled that her attorneys can depose another woman who was once engaged to the actor regarding any abuse she may have suffered during their relationship.

Nechita Sculpture To Be Placed On Burton Way

A sculpture entitled “Love Anatomy,” donated to the City by artist Alexandra Nechita, a Romanian American cubist painter, will soon find a home on Burton Way.

Daniel Craig Returns For New James Bond Film, ‘No Time To Die’

The next James Bond film starring Daniel Craig as 007 will be called "No Time To Die" and released in April 2020, the storied franchise announced on Tuesday.

WGA Adds Antitrust, Racketeering Allegations to Agency Lawsuit

Escalating a war between Hollywood writers and talent agents, the Writers Guild of America Monday filed federal lawsuits in Los Angeles, alleging antitrust, racketeering and other violations against William Morris Endeavor, Creative Artists Agency and United Talent Agency.

Hobbs & Shaw Scores Box Office Weekend

"Hobbs & Shaw" roared into theaters with an estimated $60.8 million in its opening weekend, according to industry figures released Sunday.

Egypt Displays Restored Gilded Coffin of Tutankhamun

Egypt displayed on Sunday the gilded coffin of Tutankhamun, under restoration for the first time since the boy king's tomb was discovered in 1922.

Teen Kills Two Children in Latest US Mass Shooting

A 19-year-old has been identified as the gunman in the latest mass shooting in the United States -- a rampage that left three dead, including two children, and 12 other people wounded.

‘Lion King’ Fends Off Tarantino to Top N. America Box Office

"The Lion King" maintained its reign over North American theaters, taking in $76.6 million over the three-day weekend, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Monday.

Los Angeles Chargers Report to Training Camp

The Los Angeles Chargers are due to report to training camp Wednesday, one day before the first of 13 practices in 2019 open to the public at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa.

Man With Burglary Tools Arrested at Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island Home

An Iowa man who traveled to small-town Rhode Island planning to "visit" pop superstar Taylor Swift has been arrested and charged with possession of burglary tools, police said Tuesday.

French MPs Agree on Notre-Dame Restoration as Controversy Swirls

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