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Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

NEW YORK – Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned-comedian whose feisty brand of standup comedy led him to Catskills nightclubs, West Coast talk shows and Broadway stages, has died. He was 93. Mason died Saturday night at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan.

Who’s in? California recall candidate list draws confusion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The official list of who's running in California's recall election of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom remained unsettled Sunday, with conservative talk radio host Larry Elder maintaining he should be included and state officials giving no details as to why he wasn't.

Why the Anthony Bourdain voice cloning creeps people out

The revelation that a documentary filmmaker used voice-cloning software to make the late chef Anthony Bourdain say words he never spoke has drawn criticism amid ethical concerns about use of the powerful technology.

Prosecutors: Fatal police shooting of Black man justified

HAZEL DELL, Wash. — A Clark County deputy who shot and killed a Black man during a traffic stop in southwestern Washington acted justifiably and shouldn’t face criminal charges, a panel of prosecutors said.

Protests erupt in Georgia after beaten journalist dies

TBILISI, Georgia — Several thousand people protested in front of the Georgian parliament on Sunday evening, demanding that the ex-Soviet nation's prime minister resign over the death of a journalist who was attacked and beaten by anti-LGBT protesters.

Around the Remote: Shark Week is back with big teeth and big stars

Shark Week – One of TV’s biggest summer events – the oceanic Super Bowl, if you will – returns for its 33rd year and runs from today through Sunday. Organizers promise 45 hours of see-worthy programming with “bigger sharks and record-breaking breaches.”