• Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize reaction is 'arrogant and impolite'
Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize reaction is 'arrogant and impolite'

Robert Allen Zimmerman or better known as Bob Dylan was born in May 24, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota and is an American singer-songwriter, author and an artist. Dylan's 1960s folk and protest songs such as "Blowin" in the Wind" and "The Times They Are A-Changing' became anthems of the civil rights movement and Vietnam War protests.

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  • Trunk or Treat event slated on Halloween
Trunk or Treat event slated on Halloween

City officials do, however, recommend that those wishing to trick-or-treat should do so from 4 p.m.to 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31. The leaves are turning colors, the weather is finally starting to feel like fall and fun family events for Halloween are right around the corner.

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  • Cleveland's fairytale year gets better as Indians in Series
Cleveland's fairytale year gets better as Indians in Series

That alone is a testament to how great James is and the effect he has on the rest of the league. When LeBron James spoke with the media after Saturday's practice, he was asked a few questions regarding whether or not he'd receive another MVP award while playing in the National Basketball Association.

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  • Hillary Clinton campaign: No health issues after mailed powder found
Hillary Clinton campaign: No health issues after mailed powder found

Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign headquarters was forced to evacuate after a suspicious substance was posted to the address. According to the statement, the substance was found to be "to be non-hazardous" by the Federal and local officials.

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  • Lucky that Jack Reacher sequel has strong female role:Cruise
Lucky that Jack Reacher sequel has strong female role:Cruise

That said, this did lead to my one point of confusion: Can anyone explain the difference between Jack Reacher and the Mission: Impossible guy? Jack Reacher must uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear his name.

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  • 'Boo! A Madea Halloween' Is Coming To A Theater Near You
'Boo! A Madea Halloween' Is Coming To A Theater Near You

Tyler Perry never tries to make a horror comedy out of Boo! She fights the KKK, ties up a misbehaving child with Christmas lights, and calls at least one person a "Satanic loudmouth diarrhea woman", before going full-on anti-Linus and recounting a bizarrely backward Nativity story.

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  • Taylor Swift Delivers a Knockout Performance at Formula 1 Concert in Austin
Taylor Swift Delivers a Knockout Performance at Formula 1 Concert in Austin

Think back to a time before Kim Kardashian and Snapchatgate, when the biggest Taylor Swift surprises of the year were, one, dumping Calvin Harris for Tom Hiddleston, and, two, secretly ghostwriting "This Is What You Came For", Harris's big summertime hit with Rihanna.

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  • Solange Knowles takes seat at top of Billboard chart
Solange Knowles takes seat at top of Billboard chart

The Knowles sisters are getting in formation. Solange finishes just narrowly ahead of Bon Iver's 22, A Million by 1,000 copies, leaving the American folk group to settle for the runner-up slot in the US, UK and Australia. She's also written music for her sister and Kelly Rowland. Now she has released a mini-documentary about her creative pr...

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  • Lady Gaga Returns To The Bitter End & Performs Atop Marquee
Lady Gaga Returns To The Bitter End & Performs Atop Marquee

Lady Gaga's new album includes a track paying tribute to Trayvon Martin, the African-American teen whose 2012 death launched th Black Lives Matter movement. The album's first single "Perfect Illusion" peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and harkens back to the classic Lady Gaga sound more than any other song on the album.

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  • Adviser says he told Christie officials knew of bridge plot
Adviser says he told Christie officials knew of bridge plot

NEWARK, N.J. -On the stand today in the Bridgegate trial, former Governor Chris Christie aide Bridget Kelly described the Governor's relationship with Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno as "tense". At the December 13, 2013, news conference, Christie told reporters that no one in his administration other than Wildstein knew about the closings.

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  • Khloe Kardashian calls sister Kim's robbery 'a wake up call'
Khloe Kardashian calls sister Kim's robbery 'a wake up call'

Still, Khloe makes it clear that Kim's actions on social media shouldn't be in any way blamed for the robbery. Kim , who is married to rapper Kanye West, returned to her native US after the ordeal, and is now taking a break from her reality TV career and social media to recuperate.

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  • How does it feel? Nobel judges can't reach Dylan
How does it feel? Nobel judges can't reach Dylan

Dylan is now on tour and has not publicly commented the award, worth $930,000. According to Sara Danius , the Nobel academy's permanent secretary, atttempts had been made to contact Dylan about the award, via close associates of his, but he had kept silent.

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  • Affleck's 'The Accountant' tops charts with $24.7 million
Affleck's 'The Accountant' tops charts with $24.7 million

Audiences were 58 percent male and gave the film an "A" CinemaScore . The Warner Bros film centers on an autistic mathematics savant who capitalizes on his fondness for numbers by becoming an undercover forensic accountant for criminal organizations.

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  • UNESCO expected to adopt controversial Jerusalem resolution
UNESCO expected to adopt controversial Jerusalem resolution

Jews however revere it as the Temple Mount where theFirst and Second Temples once stood and the holiest site in Judaism.Palestine's deputy ambassador to UNESCO, Mounir Anastas, welcomed the adoption of the resolution, saying he hoped it would pressure Israeli authorities to "stop all their violations", particularly the excavation of sites in and ar...

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  • No discipline for 2 officers in man's slaying
No discipline for 2 officers in man's slaying

Chief Janeé Harteau said the department has completed its internal investigation of officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze. An internal investigation found the officers were warranted in using deadly force in the death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark, said Chief Janee Harteau.

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  • New York state cracks down on illegal Airbnb rentals
New York state cracks down on illegal Airbnb rentals

A NY state law on the books since 2010 already prohibits renting an entire apartment for fewer than 30 days if the owner or lessor is not present. Some of the policy proposals Airbnb made on Wednesday will take place despite Cuomo signing the ny bill, including the "One Host, One Home" program.

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  • Barack Obama biopic
Barack Obama biopic "Barry" unveils 1st teaser trailer

Netflix will stream the film on December 16 , when Vulture predicts "we'll already be feeling the pangs of nostalgia as the Obamas get set to leave the White House". It follows a young Barack Obama who arrives in New York City in the fall of 1981 to begin his junior year at Columbia University. " Barry " has already received positive reviews f...

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  • Stephen Baldwin: My brother Alec's Donald Trump impression isn't 'very funny'
Stephen Baldwin: My brother Alec's Donald Trump impression isn't 'very funny'

Revisit Alec Baldwin's very unfunny Trump impression below. "Media rigging election!" tweeted Trump over the weekend. "Down to earth, a father, a husband and a businessman". "I wholeheartedly believe Mr Trump is the type of individual that will stand for those things". Stephen, who is the youngest of six siblings in the Long Island acting famil...

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  • Trump on Clinton: 'Such a nasty woman'
Trump on Clinton: 'Such a nasty woman'

During Wednesday night's third and final presidential debate at UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center, the Republican nominee says he'll "look at it at the time". But he refused to say whether he personally thinks the landmark case should be overturned. Clinton said she wants a Supreme Court that will stand up for women, the LGBT community, and common citize...

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  • Trump didn't invest more in campaign despite tightening race
Trump didn't invest more in campaign despite tightening race

With less than one month before voters head to the polls for the 2016 elections, presidential candidates and surrogates continued to demonstrate the importance of North Carolina as a battleground state as they crisscrossed the Old North State to make make their cases and disparage opponents.

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