'Gilmore Girls' cast talk about return to Netflix

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif – “Once a Gilmore, always a Gilmore,” as the new motto goes.
But Gilmore Girls, starring Lauren Graham as mom Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel as daughter Rory Gilmore, began on a cable channel that doesn't even exist any more.
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N.S. father convicted in assault that 'crushed' infant son's skull

HALIFAX -- The boy was just three weeks old when he suffered a head injury so severe his skull was "like a crushed egg," according to one doctor.
His father offered police several possible explanations, all of them accidental.
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Great Red Spot makes Jupiter hot, study suggests

Scientists have long wondered why Jupiter's upper atmosphere has temperatures similar to those of Earth, even though the biggest planet in the solar system is five times farther away from the sun.
The answer may be The Great Red Spot, an enormous storm big enough to swallow three Earths that has been raging on Jupiter for at least three centuries, a study showed on Wednesday.
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Trump gets Kaine mixed up with ex-New Jersey governor Kean

MIAMI -- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump took a shot Wednesday at Hillary Clinton's running mate, Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, for doing a terrible job as governor of New Jersey.
The problem, of course, is that Kaine was governor of Virginia.
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Netflix sets November debut for Gilmore Girls

The television revivals at Netflix that began in February with Fuller House continue as the streaming network announces the premiere date for another series reboot.
The cult-hit dramedy, which ran for seven seasons beginning in 2000, followed the lives of the mother-daughter duo.
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Return to Stars Hollow: Netflix sets November debut for 'Gilmore Girls' reboot

This undated publicity photo, released by The WB, shows Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore, left, and Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore in a scene from the network's series 'Gilmore Girls.' (AP Photo/ The WB / Scott Garfield)
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'Sarah Silverman is ridiculous': Why the 'Bernie or bust' crowd won't back down

Comedian Sarah Silverman may have told supporters of Bernie Sanders to "stop being ridiculous" and rally behind Hillary Clinton as the U.S. Democratic Party presidential nominee, but some of the "Bernie or bust" crowd is having none of that.
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Loneliest young star ever discovered

NASA says an unusual celestial object spotted near the heart of our galaxy is actually the loneliest young star ever recorded – and it's in the middle of a growth spurt.
The "rogue" star, officially named CX330, has grown significantly since it was first detected seven years ago, according to data from several NASA telescopes.
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MP Tootoo acknowledges 'personal, private issues' as he marks return to politics

OTTAWA -- Hunter Tootoo has been working through "deeply personal and private issues," the ex-Liberal said Wednesday as he resumed his MP duties following two months off to seek treatment for alcohol addiction.
Tootoo, who represents the northern riding of Nunavut, held a news conference at his office in Iqaluit, his first appearance in the public eye since abruptly leaving cabinet and caucus at the end of May.
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You have 2 more days to update to Windows 10 for free, if you want it

PC users still on the fence about upgrading their Windows operating system only have a couple of days to make the jump to Windows 10 for free.
Microsoft's latest PC operating system has been free for anyone using Windows versions 7 or 8.1 since its launch last year.
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Wisconsin girls to be tried as adults in Slender Man attack

MADISON, Wis. -- A Wisconsin state appeals court ruled Wednesday that two girls accused of trying to kill their classmate in an attempt to please the fictional horror character Slender Man should be tried as adults.
Investigators say the girls, who were 12 at the time of the attack in 2014, plotted for months before luring their classmate into some woods after a birthday sleepover and repeatedly stabbing her.
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Loblaw prepares for a grocery price war in a low-inflation environment

The head of Canada's largest grocer says it's prepared to duke it out in a price war with its rivals in order to stay competitive in a low-inflation environment.
"Price wars are generally not something that we look forward to but we will certainly be ready if the marketplace heats up," said Galen G.
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