• Jennifer Aniston Says Harvey Weinstein Tried to Force Her to Wear Marchesa

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  • Jessica Van Meir says that shortly after takeoff on a flight from London to Washington, DC, she started receiving creepy messages on Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight entertainment system - the screen on the back of the seat in front of her.

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  • The scene is playing out in courtrooms from coast to coast - federal judges being asked to block a new Trump administration policy scheduled to take effect next week that would deny legal permanent residency to many immigrants over the use of public benefits. Almost a dozen lawsuits have been filed from New York to California with plaintiffs including states, counties, cities, service providers and immigrants to prevent the "public charge" rule from taking effect on Oct. 15. A judge in California held a hearing last week, while a judge in New York held one on Monday, and others are scheduled for this week, with the lawsuits asking for preliminary injunctions to keep the rule from being enforced while challenges to its legality are ongoing.

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  • Here's when to pack away the baubles

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  • Smartphone maker Vivo, broadcaster CCTV and internet giant Tencent said today they are suspending all cooperation with the National Basketball Association, becoming the latest Chinese firms to cut ties with the league after a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive supporting Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters offended many in the world's most populous nation. Vivo, which is a key sponsor for the upcoming exhibition games to be played in Shanghai and Shenzhen this week, said in a statement on Chinese social networking platform Weibo that it was “dissatisfied” with Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey's views on Hong Kong.

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  • John Dowd, who is representing Rudy Giuliani's associates in impeachment investigations, is being eaten alive on Twitter for a very weird reason.

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  • Samsung provided the latest sign of the tough times afflicting computer chipmakers as it braced investors for a sharp drop in profit. Although Samsung also makes smartphones and an array of other devices, it also is among the world's largest chip suppliers. Chipmakers are suffering the consequences from misreading industry demand for their products.

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