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Transgender actress, activist Alexis Arquette has died at 47

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Alexis Arquette, the transgender character actress and sibling of actors David, Rosanna, Richmond and Patricia Arquette, died early Sunday morning in Los Angeles.

All the VMA performances, ranked worst to best

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Sure, MTV gave out a few awards at the VMAs this year, but blink and you may have missed them.

Instead, they gave plenty of air time to Rihanna and Beyonc

All the VMA performances, ranked worst to best

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Sure, MTV gave out a few awards at the VMAs this year, but blink and you may have missed them.

Instead, they gave plenty of air time to Rihanna and Beyonc

Fine Bros. Entertainment ‘reacts’: The company rebrands, expands following YouTube copyright drama

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BURBANK, California — How do you react to poor fan reaction?

That was the question that Benny and Rafi Fine, the brothers known for their popular YouTube channels, had to ask themselves in January after many of their viewers became angered over their (now defunct) initiative.

The duo’s goal was to give creators worldwide access to 11 of their company’s various shows and trademarks, including their franchise of “react” videos (in which

Singers slammed for injecting ‘All Lives Matter’ into ‘O Canada’ at MLB All-Star Game

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UPDATED (7:20 p.m. PT): Updated to include statement from the group

Politics and current events managed to find their way into Tuesday night’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game in San Diego when a quartet singing “O Canada” changed some lyrics and injected the phrase “all lives matter.”

The backlash was swift and fierce.

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UFC sold for record $4 billion

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Less than a day after capping off another successful pay-per-view event, it was announced that the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion, has been sold for a whopping $4 billion.

The story was first reported by CBS 8 in Las Vegas. According to their report:

27 fictional places we want to visit in virtual reality, please

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Thanks to the wonders of VR, we now have the power to (virtually) hang out in Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment circa 1992 or take an elevator ride up the Wall in Westeros circa … whenever Game of Thrones happens.

Corgi and human in corgi shirt are ecstatic to be reunited

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There are few things more enjoyable in this world than watching this

Baby camel’s first steps are as wobbly and wonderful as you’d expect

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This baby camel is finally mobile.

The little champ, who lives at the

Solar-powered plane flies over Statue of Liberty, lands in New York in bid to circle the globe

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The solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 airplane made it to New York City in the wee hours of Saturday morning, concluding the last leg of its United States trip in a bid to fly around the world.

The experimental plane — which runs purely on solar power — landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport at 3:59 a.m. ET after a four-hour and 41 minute flight from Pennsylvania.