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  1. Madame Tussauds London reopens after more than four months of closure

    Waxworks of Queen Elizabeth, Donald Trump and Taylor Swift form a social distanced queue outside Madame Tussauds

    One of London's most loved tourist attractions, Madame Tussauds closed its doors on March 20 and will allow visitors again from Saturday Aug 1.
  2. FILE PHOTO: Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala - Met Gala - Camp: Notes on Fashion -

    Nicki Minaj says she is expecting first child

    Rapper Nicki Minaj on Monday announced she was expecting her first child, posting photos of her baby bump.
  3. A combination photograph shows an image purporting to be of British student and freelance writer Ol

    Deepfake used to attack activist couple shows new disinformation frontier

    Oliver Taylor, a student at England's University of Birmingham, is a twenty-something with brown eyes, light stubble, and a slightly stiff smile.
  4. FILE PHOTO: Rock musician Bob Dylan performs at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles

    Bob Dylan on new album: 'The songs seem to write themselves'

    Rough and Rowdy Ways will be released June 19. Dylan, 79, released three singles earlier this year, including a 17-minute track, Murder Most ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A passerby wearing a protective face mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus dise

    Tokyo 2020 logo satire pulled after furore

    A media association has withdrawn its coronavirus-themed parody of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics logo after the local organising committee called it ...
  6. Jonathan Jaffe poses for a photograph in his "man cave" at his Scotch Plains, New Jersey

    'Humor is healing': Laughter soothes nerves during COVID-19 trauma

    Americans are employing humor as a balm to soothe nerves during the coronavirus pandemic, flocking to new Instagram stars like Quentin Quarantino ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Canada House

    Prince Harry and Meghan would find friendlier media in Canada but impossible to escape scrutiny

    Prince Harry and his wife Meghan can expect less intense local media scrutiny than they have faced in Britain should they move to Canada, experts ...