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Body Found In California Lake Presumed To Be 'Glee' Actor Naya Rivera

Rivera was best known for her role as Santana Lopez, a take-no-prisoners cheerleader/singer on Glee for six seasons. She had disappeared while boating with her son on Lake Piru in Southern California.

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Price has been at home in Nashville trying to keep her feet on the ground. "If you let things like fame or money cloud your mind and poison your spirit, I think your art will really suffer," she says. Bobbi Rich/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Margo Price On The Mysterious Process Of Album-Making And Motherhood

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'Glee' Actor Naya Rivera's Death Ruled Accidental Drowning

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Sail Roman Jensen

A top writer for Fox News' Tucker Carlson resigned after CNN revealed his racist and sexist posts, reviving criticism of Carlson's commentaries. Carlson is set to address the controversy on Monday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Scrutiny For Fox's Tucker Carlson As Top Writer Quits Over Bigoted Posts

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Too Close Alex Clare
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Fourth-generation funeral home director Patrick Kearns (left) and his business partner and brother-in-law Paul Kearns-Stanley stand in front of their funeral home in North Richmond Hill, Queens. Fiona Kearns hide caption

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New York Funeral Director: Pandemic Has Been A Wave That 'Knocks You Over'

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