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Jeopardy Champ, 47, Allegedly Hacked College Co-Workers' Emails

A college professor and former record holder on the television game show Jeopardy has been arrested on accusations she hacked into her colleague’s email accounts, People confirms.

Stephanie Jass, 47, of Tecumseh, Michigan, set a record in 2012 for the most wins by a woman on the long-running game show. (The record has since been eclipsed.) She now faces up to seven years in prison after she was arrested and charged with two felony counts for unauthorized access to a computer, computer program or network and using a computer to commit a crime, the Daily Telegram of Adrian reports.

On Tuesday,
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Cristion D'Or — from the 'Hood  to the Hottest Artist in New York City's Hip-Hop Scene

Cristion D'Or — from the 'Hood  to the Hottest Artist in New York City's Hip-Hop Scene
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Hip hop artist Cristion D’Or has worked with some of the biggest names in rap — Consequence, French Montana, Jadakiss, Nate Dogg, to name a few.

But his road to success was rife with false starts and difficulty. Before writing popular songs like You and Me, featuring Tory Lanez, and Deserve You, D’Or, who grew up in Washington Heights, struggled to find a purpose. The 32-year-old dropped out of high school at 17 and admitted to have done “the illegal thing” for a while,
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Taylor Swift's "New Year's Day" Lyrics Reveal So Much About the New Taylor

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Taylor Swift's Reputation has finally arrived and it's glorious, but there's something extra special about the album's bittersweet final track, "New Year's Day." Thanks to Swift's special performance of her old-school anthem on The Tonight Show, "New Year's Day" may always be associated with Jimmy Fallon's mother now. However, as beautiful as the moment when Fallon and Swift embraced was, the song wasn't written as an ode to the comedian's late mother. If you want to know if there's a bigger meaning behind "New Year's Day," you don't have to look any further than the lyrics. The track is a standout not only because it has that "old Taylor" feel, but also because of its maturity. "New Year's Day" reveals a Swift who is looking for lasting relationships. She's not interested in the fleeting moments of happiness that come when the ball drops as the old year fades away.
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Taylor Swift Debuts "New Year's Day" With Tgit Performance

Taylor Swift Debuts
Taylor Swift and Shonda Rhimes' Tgit are a match made in heaven. During a break in ABC's Scandal, Swift debuted "New Year's Eve," the closing track off her new album Reputation (available Friday). It marked her first performance of a new song in three years, and it was her first TV appearance promoting her new music, a follow up to 2014's 1989. The performance was pre-taped during one of Swift's Secret Sessions in her Rhode Island home. "There's glitter on the floor after the party / Girls carrying their shoes down in the lobby / Candle wax and Polaroids on the hardwood floor / You and me from the night before but / Don't read the last page / But I stay when you're lost and...
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Soundtracking: "Big Mouth"

Chris takes on the original songs of Netflix's new raunchy delight...

Have you caught up to Netflix’s newest and filthiest animated series Big Mouth? From the minds of Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, it’s a take-no-prisoners look at puberty that’s actually rather sweet and thoughtful between cringeworthy, painfully reminiscent laughs. Now before you relegate it to the crass animated rung of less imaginative programs, take note that the show is quite surprising on many fronts - not least of which is its hilarious original songs.

The important role of music in youth is a recurring theme of this column but Big Mouth catches its young characters in an interesting middle ground, musically speaking. The onset of grown up hormones often means your musical tastes are growing up as well, leaving behind simpler tunes. Think of the show's musical stylings like a logical, but naughty progression from Schoolhouse Rock or Free to Be.
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New ‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Storyline Teasers Revealed For September 29,2017 Episode

Alright guys. We've got a new set of "Bold And The Beautiful" teaser scoops for tomorrow's upcoming Friday, September 29,2017 episode from CBS. They sound quite interesting as we'll see Ridge trying to put a smile back on Brooke's face. There will be more intense scenes with Liam and Wyatt and more. We'll start this spoiler session off with the Ridge and Brooke storyline. It turns out that some pretty interesting stuff will take place between these two. They say Ridge will attempt to help Brooke get over her recent issues with Bill and put a smile back on her face. Additionally, he will offer her the opportunity to reclaim her old position back at Forrester Creations! The big question with this storyline is will she take back her Forrester Creations position? Also, will Ridge be able to get Brooke to smile. Hopefully, we'll find all that out in this episode.
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Strictly Come Dancing: week one – as it happened

At last! This year’s ballroom stars took to the floor for the first time, and we followed every step of their dazzling danceathon

8.41pm BST

So that’s It for the first Strictly live show! Thank you all for joining in, it’s lovely to be back. I’m dashing off to Paddington to get my train home, so will read all your comments on the way back (Gwr Wifi permitting). In the meantime you can find me on Twitter @heidistephens, so do come and say hello and share your tip for this year’s glitterball winner. See you next Saturday! Hx

8.38pm BST

Time for a quick reminder - how good was that for an opening show? I have a good feeling about this year, which is just as well as we’re here until Christmas either way.

8.37pm BST

Scores: 7,8,8,8 - a total of 31 for Aston and
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‘The Punisher’ Unloads in First Trailer for Netflix Series (Watch)

‘The Punisher’ Unloads in First Trailer for Netflix Series (Watch)
Netflix has released the first trailer for the television adaptation of Marvel’s “The Punisher.” What starts out as a sentimental montage of Frank Castle’s family turns into a bloodbath once his wife is shot and killed.

The Punisher” chronicles Castle (Jon Bernthal) exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children. Now known throughout the criminal underworld as the Punisher, he discovers the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.

In the first look, Castle suits up in his notable skull vest to hit the town after uncovering a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York. The trailer also hints at the comic-book characters origin story. “They killed my family to get to me,” he says. “I was a part of a covert CIA operation. The man in charge wants me dead. Homeland, the FBI, everybody’s a part of this.”

At
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‘Being Mary Jane’: Mj Makes a Big Decision as Justin Pitches Her a ‘New Dream’

‘Being Mary Jane’: Mj Makes a Big Decision as Justin Pitches Her a ‘New Dream’
“How do you chose between your best friend, and your boyfriend?”

On Tuesday’s season four finale episode of Being Mary Jane, Mary Jane Paul (Gabrielle Union) is faced with a huge decision when she’s given the daunting task of choosing the next executive producer for Great Day USA.

What starts as a power move, quickly becomes a nightmare, because her boyfriend Justin (Michael Ealy) and her bestie Kara (Lisa Vidal) are gunning for the same position. And the thought of picking Justin over Kara has her dreaming about their future together.

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Related: Michael Ealy Makes a Fiery Debut on Gabrielle Union's 'Being Mary Jane' -- Watch!

Since Justin doesn’t know that Mj is on the “hiring committee” he tells her that he’s willing to “do what it takes” to “guarantee” him the job. But, also reveals that if he doesn't get the gig, he’s ready
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Italian Movies Are Struggling in U.S. Theaters, But This Distribution Experiment Could Change That

Italian Movies Are Struggling in U.S. Theaters, But This Distribution Experiment Could Change That
When “Indivisible” screened for a crowd at Lincoln Center as the opening night selection of its annual “Open Roads: New Italian Cinema” series, it had no U.S. distribution plan. In late 2016, it had screened in higher-profile slots in Venice and Toronto, where buyers paid no heed. But at Lincoln Center, the movie — a seriocomic story about 18-year-old conjoined twins pursuing a music career (real-life twins Angela and Marianna Fontana) — played through the roof.

That was when Ira Deutchman saw its potential.

“I just fell in love with it,” the veteran distribution executive said. “It’s got everything in it. The movie is not a depressing, severe art film that requires people to look at it like work. Maybe distributors didn’t see the commerciality in a story about conjoined twins, but the women are beautiful and the movie is surprisingly entertaining.”

Read More:Ira Deutchman Receives First Annual Spotlight Lifetime Achievement Award

Now,
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This Kaleidoscopic American Horror Story: Cult Teaser Is Pretty and Scary

You and me, baby. We’re like a kaleidoscope; our colors come alive when I collide with you…” Sure, there are a lot of pretty colors coming alive in this new “American Horror Story: Cult” teaser, but we have a feeling… Continue Reading →

The post This Kaleidoscopic American Horror Story: Cult Teaser Is Pretty and Scary appeared first on Dread Central.
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See Kristen Wiig, Jimmy Fallon Improvise Absurd Scene From Mad Libs

See Kristen Wiig, Jimmy Fallon Improvise Absurd Scene From Mad Libs
Kristen Wiig joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Wednesday to improvise a goofy medical scene based on a nonsensical Mad Lib game. 

The recurring Mad Lib Theater segment has previously featured the likes of Kevin Spacey, Chris Pratt and Benedict Cumberbatch. For the first half of the skit, which can quickly get repetitive, Fallon prompts his partner for a series of words. "Type of profession?" "Cruise director." "Type of relative?" "Second cousin." This continues for roughly three minutes.

In the second part of the segment, Fallon and his
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'Kuwtk': Scott Disick Defends Bringing a Girl on Family Trip: 'I'm a F**ked Up Horrible Sex Addict'

'Kuwtk': Scott Disick Defends Bringing a Girl on Family Trip: 'I'm a F**ked Up Horrible Sex Addict'
The ongoing drama between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick came to a head and actually found some resolution on Sunday's heated Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Picking up where the show left off last week, Scott was being interrogated by his ex-girlfriend, her sisters Kim and Khloe Kardashian, and their mom, Kris Jenner, over whether or not he had brought a random girl to their family vacation in Costa Rica.

After admitting that he had, Scott tried to defend himself, saying, "Obviously, we're both trying to move on. That's what we've all been saying. So I'm trying to do everything I can f**king do to not think about her."

Watch: Scott Disick 'Under Fire' After Kardashian Sisters Find Out He Brought Another Woman on Family Vacation

However, the explanation didn't go over well, and the sisters accused Scott of being disrespectful.

"Someone with any kind of integrity would never do something like that," Kris
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What Sophia Bush Wishes She Could Tell Her 20-Year-Old Self About Beauty

What Sophia Bush Wishes She Could Tell Her 20-Year-Old Self About Beauty
Sophia Bush‘s career got a jump start when she dropped out of the University of Southern California at age 21 to join the hit TV show One Tree Hill, and it hasn’t slowed down since. And while she admits she’s been fortunate to have a steady job in TV for the past 13 years, for a while, the star struggled with taking time for herself until she started working on her latest series, Chicago P.D.

“For me, having a conversation about self-care and taking some of the pressure off is deeply important right now. I wish I had known
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Paley Center Honors to Celebrate Women in Media, Carol Burnett

Paley Center Honors to Celebrate Women in Media, Carol Burnett
The Paley Center for Media will focus on the achievements of women in media at its spring Paley Center Honors gala in New York. The May 17 event will include a tribute to Carol Burnett.

Among the notables set to take part in the evening at Cipriani Wall Street are Lauren Graham, Dorothy Hamill, Mariska Hargitay, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Julianna Margulies, Chrissy Metz, Tracee Ellis Ross, María Elena Salinas, and Paula Zahn.

Actress Marlo Thomas, known for her 1960s sitcom “That Girl” and the groundbreaking 1970s special “Free to Be … You and Me,” will kick off the evening with opening remarks.

“What’s so compelling about women’s roles on television is that they have reflected — and often instigated — the seismic changes that have taken place in our culture for the last half century. In the early days of TV, women were supposed to be perfect — innocent and chaste, cooperative and never angry, an
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Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 7 Review: A House Divided

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Woz and Harlee’s crew splintered under the weight of their own secrets and lies on Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 7.

Can any of them survive if they’re no longer backing one another up?

When Harlee began her confession in Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 6, I wondered just how truthful she would be. It turned out, not so much.

Wozniak: I don't know if I love you or if I hate you for what you just did.

Harlee: You and me both.

Wozniak: It was a hell of a gesture, but it doesn't absolve either of us.

Harlee: It wasn't about absolution. It was just about acknowledging what I did. They deserve to know the truth.

Wozniak: But it's not the whole truth. The FBI turned you before the heist.

Harlee: The whole truth would have broken us apart and I won't let that happen.

Permalink: The whole truth
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‘In Dubious Battle’ Review: A James Franco Period Protest Drama, Dubiously Made

‘In Dubious Battle’ Review: A James Franco Period Protest Drama, Dubiously Made
In Dubious Battle” is not the first movie about a labor strike with Robert Duvall as the antagonizing boss man; that honor goes to the 1992 Disney musical starring Christian Bale, “Newsies,” in which Duvall portrayed Joseph Pulitzer. “Newsies” went on to receive five Golden Raspberry Award nominations, but it contained more drama and gusto than this humorless dirge from director-star James Franco.

This smug period drama follows the conventional narrative of an idealistic revolutionary and his fearless leader as they incite a strike among apple pickers in California’s fictional Torgas Valley. Matt Rager adapted the script from John Steinbeck’s 1936 novel, and the film is largely based on events that occurred during the California labor strikes of 1933.

Read More: ‘In Dubious Battle’ Trailer: James Franco Takes on John Steinbeck in His Latest Literary Adaptation

Franco is Mac, a spirited labor rights activist (some say Communist) who takes young Jim
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It’s Over! Watch Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake’s Break Up in Upcoming Lifetime Movie Clip

It’s Over! Watch Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake’s Break Up in Upcoming Lifetime Movie Clip
Pop princess Britney Spears is getting the Lifetime biopic treatment, and People has the first look at a pivotal scene from the TV movie.

The clip showcases the moment that — according to the movie — Spears’ relationship with her teenage love Justin Timberlake went south.

“Justin, it’s not what you think,” Britney (Natasha Bassett) says when confronted by an angry Justin (Nathan Keyes).

“Wade! Is something going on with Wade?” Justin replies, referring to Wade Robson, the choreographer Britney was rumored to be secretly hooking up with before she and Justin split in 2002.

Related Video: Britney Spears Biopic Is Coming to Lifetime!
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The Expanse Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Static

Seriously, how perfectly timed was The Expanse Season 2 Episode 3 to offer parallels to some serious, present-day, world-order issues?

Spot on.

The show creators tick a ton of boxes: xenophobia, anti-immigrant backlash, patriotism, military aggression, vigilante justice, corporate ethics, bioterrorism, genocide, secret back-channel communications between government officials and an alleged terrorist group, and a religious order offering salvation to a lost soul.

But they were intertwined in such a way that it doesn’t at all feel as if the pertinent issues are just boxes being ticked. The impeccable timing and solid execution — with some breathtaking visual effects — combined to deliver another strong episode.

Meanwhile, big, bad Protomolecule was slithering and oozing all over Eros asteroid and, as Cortazar, the captured Protogen scientist excitedly noted, was “building something.”

But some of the most interesting action wasn’t taking place on the Rocinante or on Tycho Station. It’s on the Scirroco,
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Film Review: ‘Befikre’

Film Review: ‘Befikre’
Bollywood’s weakness for foreign locales gets the ultimate French twist in “Befikre,” a Paris-set contemporary romance that asks the age-old question: Can casual sex between friends ever really be separated from love? Director-scripter Aditya Chopra’s first film without Shah Rukh Khan aims so hard to be in tune with current mores – kisses and rumpled bed sheets are as common as papadums at an Indian street fair – that it screams “today!” in every scene, yet the energy level is kept at such a high pitch that its charms are unsustainable. Star Ranveer Singh flaunts his impressively sculpted physique whenever possible, happily ensuring gender parity in body objectification, though he seems to want to upstage co-star Vaani Kapoor at all times. While the stars’ on-screen chemistry works creatively, audiences weren’t buying it; receipts for the movie were less than anticipated.

Perhaps Chopra (“Mohabbatein”), back in the helmer’s chair after eight years,
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