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(NEW YORK) -- When Disney announced that the title of the next Star Wars movie was The Last Jedi, there was a lot of speculation as to its meaning. Sure, it sounds like it's talking about one person -- presumably Luke Skywalker -- but as geeks everywhere have pointed out, the word "Jedi" is also plural, so it could be referring to more than one "Jedi" -- both Luke and Rey, for example. Well, stop speculating: we've now got proof that it's plural.
(NEW YORK) -- In a new Oscars promo, Morgan Freeman offers Jimmy Kimmel a much-needed pep talk before he hosts the Oscars for the first time next Sunday. Unfortunately, Freeman's advice isn't quite what the late-night host expects.
(NEW YORK) -- The second season of Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show has a premiere date -- and a change of schedule.
(NEW YORK) -- Nicole Kidman sure knows how to bury the lead.
(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:
(NEW YORK) -- Following years of drought, parts of Northern California have experienced a deluge of rain so far in 2017.
(Cannon Ball, N.D.) — Dakota Access Pipeline protestors that are still camped out in North Dakota could be arrested Wednesday if they do not leave.
(DELPHI, Ind.) -- A tip line set up by investigators in the murder of two Indiana teens who disappeared while hiking is filling up with calls from across the country after a man photographed on a nature trail was named a primary suspect in the killings, police said.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Low fuel prices and economic stability are straining the country's roadways, leading to congestion that cost U.S. drivers nearly $300 billion in wasted gas and time last year, according to a new report released Monday.
(SAN ANTONIO) — A severe storm ripped through parts of San Antonio early Monday morning, causing significant damages in the area and leaving nearly 40,000 residents without power.