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Neil Young wants his Pono player in your car

The rocker is working with two auto manufacturers to have his iPod alternative built in to cars.

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Brotherhood brings Pitt, cast together in ‘Fury’

When writer-director David Ayer decided to tackle the World War II movie genre, he decided to make it an intimate affair.

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Jennifer Garner ‘hired’ 120 goats

The actress had a clever solution to a rat and ivy problem at her Hollywood Hills home.

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First Lady channels Lil Jon in ‘turnip’ Vine

The FLOTUS advocates for healthy eating in a White House video spoofing the hit song "Turn Down For What."

FILE - In this March 5, 2009 file photo, Michael Jackson is shown at a press conference in London. Testimony from AEG Live executive Paul Gongaware on his interactions with Jackson and his negotiations with the singer’s doctor dominated the fifth week of a civil case against the company filed by the superstar’s mother, Katherine. On Tuesday May 28, 2013, Gongaware reluctantly acknowledged that he negotiated the $150,000 per month rate that Jackson’s doctor expected to be paid to serve on the “This Is It” tour.

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Michael Jackson is highest-earning dead celeb

Five years after his death, the King of Pop is still generating a fortune, raking in an estimated $140 million in the past year.

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‘7th Heaven’ star faces new sex crime investigation

Stephen Collins faces new accusations involving a 13-year-old girl.

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Thursday’s Sports Minute

Here is a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Oct. 16.

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Did Metallica almost fire Lars Ulrich?

According to Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian, the legendary drummer almost got axed 30 years ago.

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Stevie Wonder to become a dad at 64

Soul superstar Stevie Wonder is reportedly set to welcome triplets with his new fiancée.

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Ramped up air strikes stall Islamic State advance

The advance of ISIS fighters stalled after U.S.-led coalition warplanes launched their heaviest bombardment yet on the militants.

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Markets on edge after worse turmoil in 4 years

Worries about world growth and the end of years of U.S. stimulus are keeping investors in a fraught mood.

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Giants rally past Cardinals to close on World Series

The San Francisco Giants scored three runs in the sixth inning to move to the brink of a return to the World Series.

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Lakers’ Nash hurt again

The latest injury is another setback that casts doubt about his future in the NBA.

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Kansas City stays perfect to head to World Series

The Royals swept the Baltimore Orioles and are World Series-bound for the first time since 1985.

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‘Modern Family’ star dead at 55

Elizabeth Pena starred in TV and film, including "The Incredibles," and "Hill Street Blues."

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White House goes into crisis mode on Ebola

Rising public anxiety about the virus has forced the White House to shift into crisis mode in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly disease.

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‘Friends’ will ‘be there for you’ on Netflix

"Friends" may have gone off air 10 years ago, but Ross, Chandler, Monica, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey will be back in January.

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Springfield Man Charged With Attempted Murder

Sangamon County authorities have charged a 20-year-old Springfield man in the stabbing of his stepfather.

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Decatur Man Steals $20 from Grandmother, Charged

Police have arrested a 23-year-old Decatur man who they say broke into his grandmother's home and stole a $20 bill.

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Robin gig has gone to the girls

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The superhero sidekick is set for a sex change in the upcoming "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" film.

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Led Zeppelin plagiarism case to be heard in Pa.

2012 Kennedy Center Honorees and members of the band Led Zeppelin, from left, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Robert Plant chat on the red carpet after arriving at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors Performance and Gala Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 at the State Department in Washington.

Led Zeppelin have lost the first round in their plagiarism battle over mega-hit "Stairway to Heaven."

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Jay Leno is the funniest man in America

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The former "Tonight Show" host received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center Honors.