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Depp's 'assassin' comments the latest in celebrity anger
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From Associated Press
June 23, 2017 7:36 PM EST

NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Depp apologized Friday for joking about assassinating Donald Trump during an appearance at a large festival in Britain, the latest example of artists using violent imagery when dealing with the president.

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Fri Jun 23 21:04:38 EDT 2017

Sample sizes are not meant for everybody nor every body, and Kelly Osbourne recently documented her experience with one for all to see.

“When the dress is too big for your body but too small for your ass. I’ve been in this bathroom for 20 minutes trying to get it off!” Osbourne, 32, captioned a photo of herself in her bra and underwear with a black dress around her waist.

“#SampleSizeSuckMyD—,” the star concluded her photo on Instagram and Twitter on Friday.

Osbourne has previously spoken out about body image, specifically her own self-consciousness and insecurities.

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“I discovered that I never wanted to be the skinniest, the prettiest, the smartest, the funniest, the tallest the best at anything! Because you know what? There will always be someone ‘better,’ ” she shared last March.

“You can’t change who you are, but you can change your actions. My wish is that girls and women stop competing with each other and learn that we are our best allies.”

Fri Jun 23 21:00:40 EDT 2017

Attention all unemployed minors: Jobs are coming!

Donald Trump, 71, delivered a speech at a rally on Friday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, promising new jobs and support for our veterans.

But the president’s message was slightly skewed in a video promotion for the rally that Trump himself posted on Facebook later in the day.

The video’s creator seems to have fallen victim to a classic case of homophone confusion, writing that the White House is “putting our minors back to work” — referring to underage citizens as opposed to the coal miners Trump has championed throughout his campaign and presidency.

The gaff did not go unnoticed on Social Media, where Trump supporters and detractors joked about the typo. Facebook user Steve Robbins commented, “Hopefully the miners get work also. I mean it’s great for our youth to have employment, but mining seems kind of dangerous as a first job.”

“This is absolutely hysterical!!” wrote Ivelisse Berio LeBeau. “Yes, let’s put kids back to work, who cares about child labor laws!”

Trump supporter Kim Rubin commented, “Whoever is writing your copy needs to learn to spell! ‘MINORS’ are children; ‘MINERS’ mine coal. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a Trump fan, but that doesn’t mean I give glaring mistakes a pass!”

Ironically, minor miners were common in the early years of the 20th century, when children were preferred to do the work due to their small stature and ability to fit in spaces adults could not. One of the first child labor laws for the mines was passed in 1885, which required boys to be at least 12 to work in the coal breakers.

“We have eliminated restrictions on the production of American energy,” Trump said at the rally. “We have ended the war on clean, beautiful coal. And we are putting our miners back to work.”

Fri Jun 23 21:00:12 EDT 2017

Malika Haqq has stepped out of her comfort zone in love and in reality TV.

Haqq, who is best friends with Khloé Kardashian, opened up to PEOPLE about her split from ex Ronnie Ortiz-Magro at a press event for her new show, Famously Single.

“Ronnie and I are really, truly opposites,” Haqq, 34, said. “His love language is very aggressive. It’s verbally aggressive, it’s physically aggressive. It’s just the way he expresses himself.”

“My love language is communication. I’m a big communicator and I’m affectionate,” she continued. “We show our love language in two very different ways, so the way we were trying to communicate with each other was often misconstrued because we don’t speak the same language.”

Haqq added: “Life is not perfect. Other human beings need room for air and you also need to give yourself room for that. That was something that I was working on. I went into this situation as open-hearted as I could be.”

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While Haqq’s relationship may have ended, Kardashian’s romance with Tristan Thompson is blossoming — and her BFF is giving her some tips on love!

Haqq revealed to PEOPLE that Kardashian wanted her to “step outside my comfort zone” when it came to relationships and joining the cast of Famously Single.

“She knows that I’m very safe when it comes to doing things,” Haqq explained. “It’s not meaning that all of choices are safe, but they’re pretty religiously the same.”

“ was like, ‘Maybe this will be something that will break a cycle for you. There are some things you can do. There’s things you can learn. There might be someone there that you might like,’ ” Haqq said. “I was like, ‘Oh my God, no. Never.’ ”

But Haqq believes that with every risk comes reward.

“We can both accept at this point that the experience was worth it,” she said. “The lesson was worth it.”

Famously Single premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!

NEW YORK (AP) — The giant genetically modified pig of Bong Joon Ho's "Okja" is 8-feet tall, 13-feet long and would, if real, weigh six tons.

NEW YORK (AP) — A leading crime novelist has a few words, and then some, for the Trump administration's plans for a new war on drugs.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Oscar-winning actress Mira Sorvino urged all nations and the business community on Friday to ramp up financial support for victims of human trafficking, saying the services such funds provide "mean the difference between life and death."

LOS ANGELES (AP) — ABC's freshman sitcom "Downward Dog" has been canceled by ABC, the show's executive producer said. The last two of the show's eight episodes will air Tuesday, executive producer Jimmy Miller said Friday.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Attorneys for a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" petitioned for his immediate release Friday after a federal appeals court ruled that his confession was coerced.

NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on Johnny Depp's remarks about assassinating President Donald Trump during an appearance at the Glastonbury Festival (all times local): 5:15 p.m.

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — If Disneyland is "The Happiest Place on Earth," Jeff Reitz may be its happiest citizen. As of Thursday, Reitz had visited the park for 2,000 days in a row — every day for 5½ years.

SEATTLE (AP) — After an online outcry, a Seattle Police Department video in which an officer playing a video game discussed the recent fatal police shooting of a pregnant mother has been removed from social media.

PARIS (AP) — Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says the environment shouldn't be a partisan issue. The actor-turned-Republican politician told reporters in Paris on Friday that he had a "wonderful" one-hour meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lionel Richie is welcoming full diva behavior from Mariah Carey when she joins his "All the Hits " tour next month.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ron Howard says he hopes to honor the great work that's already been done on the Han Solo film and help to deliver on its promise.

NEW YORK (AP) — As an actress, Olivia Wilde has lots of reasons why making her Broadway debut in George Orwell's dystopian thriller "1984" is special.

SYDNEY (AP) — Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain's youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said Friday.

BEACON, N.Y. (AP) — The Sloop Clearwater has had to cancel its scheduled voyage to Washington, D.C., to lobby on environmental matters because of rough conditions on the Atlantic Ocean.

HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — Fifty years after he finished short by one English class credit from graduating high school, Billy Joel is returning to his Long Island hometown to speak at this weekend's commencement ceremony.

TOKYO (AP) — The baby panda who has become an overnight celebrity in Japan is a girl. Tokyo's Ueno Zoo said Friday the panda, born June 12, was ruled a female by examining experts.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bill Cosby will organize a series of town hall meetings to help educate young people about problems their misbehavior could create and other issues, a spokesman for Cosby said.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Snoop Dogg, Shonda Rhimes, "Weird Al" Yankovic and late entertainers Bernie Mac and Steve Irwin will be receiving stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame next year.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" was improperly obtained and he should be retried or released from prison, a three-judge federal appeals panel ruled Thursday.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A juror in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial said Thursday that some jurors were concerned that prosecutors waited 10 years to charge him, expressing suspicion that politics had played a role in the case.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Latest on the release of jurors' names in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case (all times local): 6:15 p.m. A spokesman for Bill Cosby says a series of town halls is planned to help educate young people about the problems their misbehavior could create.

NEW YORK (AP) — The audience at the opening night on Broadway of a new stage adaptation of George Orwell's dystopian fantasy "1984" will include a special guest — the author's son.

NEW YORK (AP) — In a story June 21 about threats made over a production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," The Associated Press reported erroneously that Bank of America had pulled its sponsorship of the Public Theater.

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The family of the late reggae icon and marijuana activist Peter Tosh is seeking answers after they say his son was left in a coma following an attack in a New Jersey jail, where he was serving a six-month sentence on pot possession charges.