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Is Kellyanne Conway the Latest Trump Aide to Lose the Boss’s Favor?

Is Kellyanne Conway the Latest Trump Aide to Lose the Boss’s Favor? | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Tensions are flaring at Trump Tower.
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President Obama’s Historic Trip To Cuba In Photos

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Photos of President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba. Gallery photos of President Obama and the First Family landing in Cuba.
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Trump Just Announced He Won't Live In White House Full Time, Wants To Golf & Relax

Trump Just Announced He Won't Live In White House Full Time, Wants To Golf & Relax | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Ladies and gentlemen, your next president.
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Barbie’s got a new body – and now Mattel is tackling her other big image problem

Barbie’s got a new body – and now Mattel is tackling her other big image problem | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Barbie — with her Corvette and Dreamhouse — has developed a reputation as something of a material girl, and it’s turning off millennial parents.
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8 Bad Communication Habits You Need to Break Immediately

8 Bad Communication Habits You Need to Break Immediately | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Want to have better conversations? It's time to break up with these pesky bad habits.
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Shaquille O'Neal -- I'm Jamaican Now! ... Watch Me Go Undercover! (VIDEO)

Shaquille O'Neal -- I'm Jamaican Now! ... Watch Me Go Undercover! (VIDEO) | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
This is pretty damn funny ...  Shaquille O'Neal went undercover for Lyft -- and duped a bunch of unsuspecting riders into believing he was a rasta,…
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MMJ Advocate Morgan: Cannabis Legalization at "Tipping Point" - Marijuana Business Daily

MMJ Advocate Morgan: Cannabis Legalization at "Tipping Point" - Marijuana Business Daily | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
By John Schroyer The November election will mark a “tipping point” for cannabis legalization in the United States, medical marijuana advocate John Morgan predicted Tuesday. “The interesting thing about a tipping point is you never really see it coming,” Morgan told the Spring 2016 Marijuana Business Conference & Expo. “In the world of marijuana, we are at those tipping point days.” Morgan, a deep-pocketed Orlando attorney, has spent roughly $7.5 million of his own money on this November’s MMJ ballot initiative in Florida as well as a failed 2014 effort. “There is no state in the union that i
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Prince estate receives its first paternity claim as man comes forward

Prince estate receives its first paternity claim as man comes forward | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
A man claiming to be the biological son of Prince has come forward. Carlin Q. Williams filed paperwork in a Minnesota probate court Monday requesting DNA testing.
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Prince had been under a Minnesota doctor's care weeks before his death

Prince had been under a Minnesota doctor's care weeks before his death | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
The local physician, who has not been publicly identified, saw the singer in the month before his death.
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In style, genre and sexuality, Prince bent all the rules — usually expertly

In style, genre and sexuality, Prince bent all the rules — usually expertly | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Over his nearly four-decade career, Prince innovated, experimented, confounded, influenced, mentored and plain rocked. We won't see the likes of him again.
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Prince's Wife Mayte Talks Life with Prince & Introduces the Video "The One" Featuring Both

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Prince’s Addiction and an Intervention Too Late

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Prince appears to have had a problem with pain pills, one that grew so acute that his friends turned to an addiction doctor just before his death.
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President Obama’s Historic Trip To Cuba In Photos

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Kanye West Suffering From Extreme Paranoia, Will Not Be Released From Hospital As Planned

Kanye West Suffering From Extreme Paranoia, Will Not Be Released From Hospital As Planned | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Doctors originally hoped to send Kanye home on Monday (November 28) under close medical supervision.
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Television Networks Struggle to Provide Equal Airtime in the Era of Trump

Television Networks Struggle to Provide Equal Airtime in the Era of Trump | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
News organizations wonder how to avoid a lopsided view of the election race as Donald J. Trump seems to relish airtime, while Hillary Clinton does not.
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Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person

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Embrace a philosophy of pessimism. Every human will disappoint you, and you’ll do the same to them.
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Prince -- Cops Interested in Possible Fatal Drug Mix

Prince -- Cops Interested in Possible Fatal Drug Mix | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Prince could have died from a fatal mix of drugs, and cops are particularly interested to see if the singer had a combination of Percocet and the…
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Carlin Q. Williams: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Carlin Q Williams is the first person to file a paternity claim against Prince's estate. Williams says he is Prince's biological son.
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Prince's death, Day 19: Minn. legislators look to protect artists' rights

Prince's death, Day 19: Minn. legislators look to protect artists' rights | Celebrities & More | Scoop.it
Follow USA TODAY for the latest on the singer's death, his estate and tributes:
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Prince's Childhood Best Friend Reveals Things We Never Knew About Prince

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Prince Died Without a Will. Here's What Happens Now

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Prince died without a will. Here's what that means for his family and friends.
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Attorney: Prince arranged to meet addiction doctor

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — In his final weeks, Prince hid signs of trouble from his fans, stonewalling reports of an overdose that required an emergency plane landing and making a brief public appearance to reassure them. But privately, the superstar was in crisis, seeking help from a prominent addiction expert that ultimately came too late. The day before he died, Prince's representatives reached out to a prominent California doctor who specializes in treating addiction and set up an initial meeting between the two, the doctor's Minneapolis attorney, William Mauzy, said Wednesday. He said the doctor, Howard Kornfeld, couldn't leave right away so he sent his son, Andrew, who flew out that night. It was Andrew Kornfeld who called 911 the next morning after he and two staffers found Prince unresponsive in an elevator at his Paisley Park studio complex, the lawyer said. Prince was declared dead shortly thereafter on April 21. He was 57. The details about Prince's death that emerged Wednesday raise questions about whether he received appropriate care and whether those who sought to provide it could face legal consequences for their actions. Although autopsy results haven't been released, Mauzy's revelations, which were first reported by the Star Tribune, buttress reports that Prince had been fighting — and ultimately lost — a battle with prescription painkillers. Mauzy confirmed that Andrew Kornfeld, whom he also is representing, flew to Minnesota on behalf of his father in the hopes of connecting Prince with a local physician the morning he was found dead. He said Dr. Kornfeld hoped to get Prince "stabilized in Minnesota and convince him to come to Recovery Without Walls in Mill Valley. That was the plan," referring to Howard Kornfeld's California treatment center. Mauzy said Andrew Kornfeld was carrying a small amount of buprenorphine, which Howard Kornfeld says on his website is a treatment option for patients with addiction issues that offers pain relief with less possibility of overdose and addiction. But he said Andrew Kornfeld never intended to give the medication to Prince, and instead planned to give it to the Minnesota doctor who was scheduled to see the musician. Mauzy said Andrew Kornfeld was "taken into custody and interviewed and told it was a criminal investigation." When asked by reporters about the legality of his carrying buprenorphine, Mauzy declined to answer. But he said he believes Minnesota law would protect Andrew Kornfeld from any potential charges related to Prince's death. He said Kornfeld was released the same day and returned to San Francisco. Under the law, a person who seeks medical assistance for someone who is overdosing on drugs may not be prosecuted for possessing or sharing controlled substances, under certain circumstances. Andrew Kornfeld is listed on his father's center's website as a consultant, and Mauzy said it wasn't uncommon for Howard Kornfeld to send Andrew on his behalf. He said Andrew Kornfeld is a pre-med student and that convincing people to seek treatment at the center is something "he has done for years." The Kornfelds did not respond to multiple requests for comment from The Associated Press. Also, messages left with Recovery Without Walls were not returned, and no one answered when a photographer knocked on the door Also Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney's Office said it and the Drug Enforcement Administration are joining local officials in investigating Prince's death. A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation has told the AP that investigators are looking into whether Prince died from an overdose. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to talk about the investigation. The same official also said investigators are looking at whether Prince had suffered an overdose when his plane made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, less than a week before he died. Mauzy said Prince's representatives told Howard Kornfeld that the singer was "dealing with a grave medical emergency." He declined Wednesday to detail the emergency, and also declined to identify the Minnesota doctor who was supposed to see Prince on April 21. Stuart Gitlow, an addiction medicine expert speaking without direct knowledge of Prince's case, questioned whether Howard Kornfeld and his son acted appropriately. "If a physician feels that a patient is having an emergency, his obligation is to call an ambulance and get the patient to emergency personnel who can assess the situation — not to fly to the patient," Gitlow said. "It's not routine for doctors to fly across the country to start people on buprenorphine," said Gitlow, a former president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and a faculty member of the University of Florida. "That's something that can be handled locally." Authorities haven't released a cause of death. An autopsy was done the day after Prince's death, but its findings, including the toxicology results, weren't expected for as many as four weeks. Prince had a reputation for clean living, and some friends said they never saw any sign of drug use. But longtime friend and collaborator Sheila E. has told the AP that Prince had physical issues from performing, citing hip and knee problems that she said came from years of jumping off risers and stage speakers in heels.


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Prince’s Addiction and an Intervention Too Late

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Prince appears to have had a problem with pain pills, one that grew so acute that his friends turned to an addiction doctor just before his death.
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