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Trick or Trump: The Donald, Pizza Rat among top Halloween costumes

When a Donald Trump look-alike and a faux Caitlyn Jenner ring the doorbell on Halloween night, they may solicit a piece of candy but the treat they really seek is recognition.


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10 FOR TODAY: Monday, Oct. 26

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


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Monday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Monday, Oct. 26.


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‘Do the Right Thing 2’

"Do the Right Thing" is one of the most iconic Brooklyn movies, and now we finally have a sequel that does an equally good job of reflecting the spirit and feeling of Brooklyn today.


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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 26

"Rebel Without A Cause," premieres, David Bowie records a classic, and more. A look back at today in entertainment history.

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The first word of the new ‘Star Wars’ movie is …


Director J.J. reveals the first word spoken in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which hits theaters next month.

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Jennifer Lawrence named entertainer of the year


The star is one of the biggest and bankable actresses in Hollywood and has featured in a number of blockbusters including the "X-Men" franchise and "The Hunger Games" films.

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Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard plan ‘White Hot Holidays’ special


The "Empire" stars will welcome Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, John Legend, and more.

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‘Rocky’ successor ‘Creed’ highlights Philadelphia’s revival


Adonis Johnson, the son of Balboa rival-turned-mentor Apollo Creed, leaves behind a life of privilege to walk in the footsteps of a father he never knew.

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FanDuel NFL entries have fallen sharply after New York shutdown


Entries at daily fantasy sports site FanDuel's NFL contests have fallen sharply since New York's attorney general declared the games to be illegal gambling in the state and the company stopped taking money from New Yorkers.