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Siri is a regular ‘chatty Cathy’ nowadays

The iconic Apple voice is a lot different on iOS 9.


Bill Cosby loses honorary degrees

Fordham and Marquette universities have rescinded from Bill Cosby honorary degrees amid allegations from women accusing the comedian of sexual assault.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 25

A look back on the Hollywood headlines that made history.


Not even Jamie Lee Curtis knows what’s coming on ‘Scream Queens’

The star talks about joining the cast of Fox's "Scream Queens" and how she doesn't know whether her character lives or dies.


Amazon announces TV pilot lineup for fall season

Amazon plans to launch six new TV shows, and involve viewer feedback to decide which pilots are turned into full series.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 24

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


Virtual reality comes to Facebook

The social media network is going 360 degrees.


Daniel Craig is the ‘booziest’ Bond

Daniel Craig's Bond is the most hard-drinking 007 in the movie franchise's history.


Amy Schumer lands a book deal

The "Trainwreck" star plans to pen her debut book.


U.S. judge rules copyright for ‘Happy Birthday’ invalid

A U.S. judge ruled that Warner/Chappell Music does not own a valid copyright to one of the world's most recognizable songs, "Happy Birthday to You," a decision that brings the song into the public domain.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 23

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


Robert De Niro scores one for baby-boomers as ‘The Intern’

The double Oscar winner says the film is a "love letter to our generation."


Ernie Hudson and Annie Potts return to ‘Ghostbusters’

The two original stars have been recruited for the all-female installment in the franchise, which features Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.


Live like Tom Cruise for just $50 million

Tom Cruise has put the estate he called home during his marriage to Katie Holmes on the market for $50 million.


‘Big Bang Theory:’ What’s next for Sheldon and Amy

Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik discuss the future for their famous characters.


More drama, music promised as ‘Empire’ returns

Family conflicts, tempestuous romances and power struggles made hip hop show "Empire" the highest-rated new hit for Fox this year, and viewers can expect a lot more salacious drama in season two.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 22

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


Fall TV: What to watch

Fall is here and that means it's time to clear your DVRs and get ready for a new season of shows.


WATCH: Emmys red carpet looks

Let's see what stars like Sofia Vergara, January Jones, Regina King and more wore to the Emmy Awards.


Box office: ‘Maze Runner 2’ sprints past ‘Black Mass’

Mobsters, mountain climbers, and teenage racers piled into multiplexes this weekend, lifting the overall box office, but preventing any one film from dominating ticket sales.

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