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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Justin Bieber will be back on stage at the Video Music Awards. MTV says The Beeb will be showing off his newest song "What Do You Mean" at Sunday's event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Bieber last took the stage at the VMAs in 2010 -- when he performed a medley of his hits "Baby," "Somebody to Love" and "U Smile." Other confirmed performers on the VMAs include Pharrell Williams, The Weeknd, Demi Lovato, Tori Kelly, A$AP Rocky, Twenty One Pilots and the rap duo, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- 50 Cent is still trying to unload his mansion in Connecticut. A lawyer for the rapper says Fiddy is putting the 50,000-square foot home up for sale again. Previous efforts haven't gone well. He listed it for $18.5 million in 2007 -- and dropped the price tag several times since. Lawyers for 50 Cent are trying to shepherd the rapper through bankruptcy. He filed for protection from his creditors last month -- after a New York City jury ordered him to pay $7 million to a woman who said he posted her sex tape online. The next hearing in the bankruptcy proceedings is set for Sept. 18.
FDA issues warning letters to "natural" tobacco makers
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to the makers of Winston, Natural Spirit and Nat Sherman cigarettes over their "additive-free" and "natural" label claims.
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Companies that pride themselves on being eco-friendly may have conflicted
ideas between marketing with ad specialties and maintaining their green
DONALD TRUMP - MEGYN KELLY
NEW YORK (AP) -- Donald Trump says he's a man who hardly ever apologizes.
POLICE CHIEF DELIVERS OWN BABY
DENVER (AP) -- Police officers have been known to deliver babies in the line of duty.
IN THE NEWS: ON-AIR SHOOTING PLAYS OUT ONLINE
MONETA, Va. (AP) -- Not only was yesterday's shooting of a TV news crew in Virginia a crime for the ages, it was also a crime for our age: the age of the Internet and social media.