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Daily fantasy sites fail to win restraining order

They struck out, got thrown for a loss, had their legal shot blocked — you name the sports reference, it can be applied to what happened to DraftKings and FanDuel in court yesterday.


Charlie Sheen: ‘I’m HIV positive’

The "Two and a Half Men" star says by announcing his diagnosis he is "releasing" himself from a "prison."


Vin Diesel hints at ‘Fast & Furious’ spinoffs

The action star is hoping to expand his blockbuster "Fast & Furious" franchise with a series of spinoffs and prequels.


Streisand, Spielberg, Mays to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

Singer and actress Barbra Streisand, filmmaker Steven Spielberg and baseball great Willie Mays are among 17 Americans who this year will receive the nation's highest civilian honor.


Today in entertainment history: Nov. 17

A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.

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Charlie Sheen to make ‘revealing personal announcement’ on ‘Today’

The "Two and a Half Men" star will reportedly discuss his health during an interview with Matt Lauer on Tuesday's episode of the "Today" show.


Jennifer Lawrence is the MVP of Hollywood

"The Hunger Games" star came out top for a second successive year in a ranking of the most valuable movie stars.


More women join suit against Bill Cosby

The legal landscape is looking a little rockier for the comedian.


Daily fantasy sports websites continue under scrutiny

After New York declared sites like DraftKings to be illegal, at least two other states are looking into doing the same.


Shows, concerts scrapped in light of Paris attacks

The world of sports and entertainment spent the weekend paying tribute to the people of Paris and the victims of the deadly terror attacks.


‘Spectre’ Back on Top, Angelina Jolie’s ‘By the Sea’ Sinks

James Bond is back on top, after "Spectre" led the U.S. box office for the second weekend in a row.


Today in entertainment history: Nov. 16

A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.


‘NCIS’ star Pauley Perrette attacked in Hollywood

The actress on the hit TV show was attacked in Los Angeles by a homeless man who punched her repeatedly in the face and made her fear for her life.


James Foley to direct ‘Fifty Shades’ sequels

Sam Taylor-Johnson parted ways with the franchise earlier this year amid reports of creative differences with author E.L. James, and now Foley will take the helm for the two remaining adaptations of the erotic novel trilogy.


You can no longer ‘hassel’ the ‘Hoff’

The actor claims he has legally altered his name to David Hoff and he has shown off what appears to be a certificate of the change in a new video posted on YouTube.


‘Harry Potter’ star Radcliffe gets his star

Since finishing the "Harry Potter" movies in 2011, based on the books by J.K. Rowling, the 26-year-old Briton has starred in films such as "The Woman in Black" and "Horns" as well as on stage in "Equus" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."


13 unlucky supersitions

Friday the 13th is unlucky to begin with! Make sure you avoid these 13 unlucky things.


‘Breaking Bad’ donates meth to a museum

Artifacts from the hit AMC show were donated to the Smithsonian.


Today in entertainment history: Nov. 13

A look back on the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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