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Ed Helms takes us on a new ‘Vacation’

This is a National Lampoon's adventure for a new generation.

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Jenner pulls back curtain on transgender life in TV’s ‘I Am Cait’

The emotional first episode of the eight-part docu-series on the new life of the former Olympic champion - and America's most high-profile transgender person - premieres Sunday.

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Today in entertainment history: July 23

A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

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‘Jurassic World’ takes a bite out of ‘The Avengers’ to become world’s third biggest film

Now, only James Cameron movies "Avatar" and "Titanic" have been more successful worldwide.

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Here’s the pitch for the new ‘Muppets’ show

We didn't think it's possible to make "The Muppets" sweeter, funnier, and more lovable ... but apparently it is.

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Khloe Kardashian lands party talk show

"Kocktails with Khloe" will launch on cable network FYI later this year.

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Robin Williams’ daughter plans to lay low as death anniversary looms

Next month will mark the first anniversary of the star's suicide, and his daughter asks fans to be kind online.

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12 animals more likely to kill you than a shark

Sure, shark attacks have been in the news lately ... but dogs, jellyfish, and even cows are more likely to knock you off.

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Chases and explosions as Bond returns in ‘Spectre’ trailer

The first full trailer for the latest James Bond film promises the usual action-packed explosions, fast-paced chases, and dealings with sinister characters.

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Today in entertainment history: July 22

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

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Cosby testimony puts ’70s party drug quaaludes back in news

Before there was Molly there was the quaalude, the most popular party drug of the 1970s.

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WATCH: Fowling combines two sports Americans love

It's like bowling but with a twist ... or maybe a spiral.

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‘Breaking Bad’ star running for New Mexico county commissioner

New Mexico native Steven Michael Quezada, known for his role as a DEA agent on the hit AMC show, is running for office in Albuquerque.

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Obama among final guests slated for Stewart’s last ‘Daily Show’ episodes

President Barack Obama will tape his seventh appearance on Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" in New York on Tuesday.

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Carol Burnett to be honored for lifetime of funny

The actress and comedian will receive the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award at a ceremony in January.

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This Weekend at the Box Office

See how the biggest movies of the weekend, including "Ant-Man" and "Trainwreck", fared at the box office this weekend.

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Adam Sandler urges Native Americans to give new comedy a chance

Sandler's new comedy has some American Indian tribes upset over politically incorrect moments.

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Demi Moore in shock following death at home pool

Demi Moore is in "absolute shock" after finding out a young man died in her backyard pool.

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Check out this exclusive ‘Ant-Man’ clip

Revealing such a juicy spoiler might make Marvel furious, but Paul Rudd just can't resist sharing his favorite part of "Ant-Man."

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20 years later we’re still ‘buggin’ over these ‘Clueless’ looks

Cher Horowitz was a fashion genius who was totally ahead of her time.

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The city of Le Mars has completed plans to build a large ethanol storage facility in its industrial area.

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Nebraska Senator, Deb Fischer sat in on an hour and a half meeting on the Iran nuclear deal.

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Branstad Proposes Tax Credits for Byproduct Uses

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Governor Terry Branstad wants Iowa to become the first state to offer a tax credit for transforming the "biochemicals" that are a byproduct of ethanol production.