Clooney's still joking about playing Batman

Clooney's still joking about playing Batman

George Clooney joked about his 'Batman' days flashing before his eyes, after a motorcycle accident, while shooting Hulu's 'Catch 22.'
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Oil advocate: Shocked by ruling on Dakota pipeline

Oil advocate: Shocked by ruling on Dakota pipeline

A judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. A North Dakota oil advocate says he is shocked by ruling and expects it to be appealed.
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Stores and shoppers look to a shopping new normal

Stores and shoppers look to a shopping new normal

As retailers and others try to stay viable during the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re hoping steps like cleaning during store hours, offering hand sanitizer and other safety measures will bring back customers to what has become shopping's new normal.
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Richards returns to 'Bold and the Beautiful' amid virus

Richards returns to 'Bold and the Beautiful' amid virus

Actress Denise Richards discusses resuming filming on "The Bold and the Beautiful" and how she has to speak her lines to a mannequin.
First On-Screen Kiss: Melissa Barrera

First On-Screen Kiss: Melissa Barrera

Melissa Barrera admits that her first romantic scene "wasn't that great."
First On-Screen Kiss: Mishel Prada

First On-Screen Kiss: Mishel Prada

Actor Mishel Prada's first on-screen kiss was a controversial one... to her boyfriend at least.
First On-Screen Kiss: Narducci, White, Kurtzuba & Gallina

First On-Screen Kiss: Narducci, White, Kurtzuba & Gallina

The female stars of "The Irishman" recall locking lips with screen legends.
First On-Screen Kiss: Jeffrey Nordling

First On-Screen Kiss: Jeffrey Nordling

Actor Jeffrey Nordling's first awkward on-screen experience was with a future action movie star.
First On-Screen Kiss: Ben Schwartz

First On-Screen Kiss: Ben Schwartz

Actor Ben Schwartz - who recently voiced Sonic the Hedgehog - THINKS his first on-screen kiss was wth Zoe Kazan.
First On-Screen Kiss: Bill Skarsgard

First On-Screen Kiss: Bill Skarsgard

"It" star Bill Skarsgard has never worried about kissing other actors on-screen.
First On-Screen Kiss: David Rysdahl

First On-Screen Kiss: David Rysdahl

The cousin of actor David Rysdahl couldn't believe his luck when he visited his relative on a movie set.
First On Screen Kiss: Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes

First On Screen Kiss: Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes

"Riverdale" gave Camila Mendes her first on-screen kiss, while Cristin Milioti is still ashamed about hers.
ShowBiz Minute: Morricone, Cordero, Royals

ShowBiz Minute: Morricone, Cordero, Royals

Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91; Broadway veteran Nick Cordero dies from virus complications; Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit hospital in Norfolk.
First On-Screen Kiss: Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell

First On-Screen Kiss: Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell

It was more making war than making love when Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell first acted together.
First On-Screen Kiss: Bo Burnham

First On-Screen Kiss: Bo Burnham

Actor Bo Burnham was pretty footloose when it came to his first professional kiss.
First On-Screen Kiss: Andy Samberg

First On-Screen Kiss: Andy Samberg

Andy Samberg reckons his first on-screen kiss was played for laughs.
On This Day: 6 July 1978

On This Day: 6 July 1978

Richard Burton movie "The Wild Geese" had a royal premiere in London.
AP Top Stories July 6

AP Top Stories July 6

Here's the latest for Monday, July 6th: Florida counts 200,000 coronavirus cases; Planes collide over lake in Idaho; Body of missing Ft. Hood soldier identified; Brush fire north of Los Angeles.
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At least 2 killed in plane collision at Idaho lake

At least 2 killed in plane collision at Idaho lake

At least two people died in a plane crash Sunday over Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and as many as six other people may be missing, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said. Witnesses said they saw two planes collide above the water.
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Today in History for July 6th

Today in History for July 6th

Highlights of this day in history: John Lennon and Paul McCartney meet for first time; Baseball's first All-Star Game; Outbreak of the Biafran War; Painter Frida Kahlo born; Althea Gibson wins at Wimbledon; Singing cowboy Roy Rogers dies.
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Georgia State Patrol building damaged amid protest

Georgia State Patrol building damaged amid protest

The Georgia State Patrol says fireworks, rocks and graffiti have caused extensive damage to its headquarters in Atlanta. A spokesperson says public safety workers put out the fire early Sunday. Two employees were treated for smoke inhalation.
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AP Top Stories July 5

AP Top Stories July 5

Here's the latest for Sunday, July 5: Christopher Columbus statue toppled in Baltimore; India sees another record jump in coronavirus cases; Rio's Catholic church reopens for mass; baby Hawksbill turtles born on nearly empty Thailand beaches.
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Columbus statue toppled by protesters in Baltimore

Columbus statue toppled by protesters in Baltimore

Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor Saturday night. Video captured by reporter Louis Krauss of The Baltimore Brew shows the moment the statue came down.
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Today in History for July 5th

Today in History for July 5th

Highlights of this day in history: Elvis Presley holds his first major recording session; Birth of the bikini; Enron's Kenneth Lay dies; Arthur Ashe wins at Wimbledon; Larry Doby follows Jackie Robinson; Baseball's Ted Williams dies.
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US civil rights leader on state of race relations

US civil rights leader on state of race relations

Leading US civil rights activist, the Rev. Al Sharpton, has lamented the state of race relations in America as the nation marks independence day amid a surging pandemic.
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