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Moderator Calls Out Rangel for Apparently Googling Mid-Debate

Democratic congressman Charlie Rangel had a bit of fun with his smartphone at a recent primary debate, but this week his attempt to use an electronic device as an aid was called out by the moderator, who suspected he was Googling. Read more.

Donald Sterling Hires Private Investigators To Dig Up Dirt On NBA Owners: REPORT

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s team of lawyers has hired four private investigation firms to dig up dirt on the NBA’s former and current commissioners and its 29 other owners, said a person familiar with Sterling’s legal strategy. Read more.

Trailer Surfaces for DreamWorks’ 3D Animated Post-Apocalyptic Adventure Feature ‘Home’ Starring Rihanna’s Voice

Here’s the first trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s “Home,” a 3D computer-animated feature film set in the future, which is based on Adam Rex’s children’s book “The True Meaning of Smekday,” and stars Rihanna (providing the voice for the starring character – an enterprising girl named Tip), Jennifer Lopez, Jim Parsons, and Steve Martin. Read more.

Calif. Elementary School Students Collect $3,000 Worth of Can Tabs for Classmate’s Surgery

Amir Walton, a second-grader, will be able to go forth with reconstructive surgery for his right ear—which was not fully formed when he was born—thanks to the help of students from his school. Read more.

Robin Thicke Names New Album ‘Paula’

Robin, we get it. You want her back. The R&B singer apparently still misses his estranged wife Paula Patton, and after dedicating multiple songs to the actress during live concerts, Thicke is naming his next album for her, entitling it Paula. According to Rap-Up,  Paula will be produced by Thicke himself and is tentatively set to release July 1. Read more.

Cast Of “A Different World” Reunite To Chat With Oprah [Photos]

Cree Summer, who played Freddie Brooks, posted pictures on Instagram with her old cast mates on set of what seems to be the taping of the OWN network’s Where Are They Now? show. While Lisa Bonet, Jada Pinkett Smith, Charnele Brown (Kimberly Reese), Karen Malina White (Charmaine) and Marisa Tomei weren’t present, all the other main characters showed up and still look pretty good! That includes Daryl M. Bell, Sinbad, Dawnn Lewis, Summer, Kadeem Hardison, Jasmine Guy and Debbie Allen, who produced and often directed the show. Read more.

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