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A New York judge this week dismissed lawsuits filed by Kesha's former producer, Dr. Luke, against her mom and manager, according to Business Insider.
(NEW YORK) -- The Super Bowl halftime show normally features the biggest names in music, who are often veteran performers. This year's headliners, pop/rock band Coldplay, aren't on the level of past headliners like The Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen, but they're a bit more seasoned than the headliners from the last two years: Katy Perry and Bruno Mars.
(NEW YORK) -- It just goes to show that if you wait long enough, all scandals will fade away. Pepsi's big Super Bowl commercial this Sunday will include a classic Madonna song -- nearly thirty years after the soft-drink company had to pull an ad featuring another Madonna tune.
(NEW YORK) -- Oscar winner Helen Mirren is defending the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the Oscars diversity debate.
(NEW YORK) -- With all the controversy surrounding Hollywood’s lack of diversity, Chris Rock seems to have the weight of the world on his shoulders with his upcoming duties as host of this year’s Academy Awards.
(LOS ANGELES) -- After two small planes collided in midair off the coast of Southern California on Friday, officials were still trying to locate two men and one woman on Saturday.
(ITHACA, N.Y.) -- A Cornell University fraternity member is facing charges of attempted rape and sexual abuse after a female student reported that she was sexually assaulted at the fraternity house, according to university police.
(DETROIT) -- A Detroit-area man who was under FBI investigation for "increasingly violent threats...about committing acts of terror and martyrdom" on behalf of ISIS has been charged with possession of a firearm by a user of a controlled substance, according to court filings.
(CLEVELAND) -- The FBI is asking the public for information about a series of recent laser strikes at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, including 25 that occurred in a single day last December.
(NEW YORK) -- More than a dozen air traffic controllers were disciplined for improper use of electronic devices while at work over a three-year period, according to documents obtained by ABC News.