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  1. Nadya Okamoto could be the youngest council member, and first Asian-American woman, elected in Cambridge history.
  2. We felt a huge range of emotions during the series finale of 'Teen Wolf,' and we're reviewing every one of them.
  3. "Party in the U.S.A." came out in 2009, but Cyrus definitely succeeded in giving it a very 2017 update during her iHeartRadio Music Festival set on September 23.
  4. Cardi B, Diddy, Jesse Williams, J. Cole, and other celebrities have spoken out on social media and on stage in support of the peaceful protest of Colin Kaepernick.
  5. It's an evil clown vs. killer cowboy match-up, y'all: 'It' was no match for 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle,' as the action sequel brought in $40 million for its first weekend in theaters.
  6. Luis Fonsi was overcome with emotion during a September 22 concert in Hollywood, Florida, and encouraged the audience to aid in Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
  7. Stevie Wonder took both knees during his set at the 2017 Global Citizen Fest on September 23 to support Colin Kaepernick and pray 'for our planet, our future, our leaders of the world, and our globe.'
  8. 'Teen Mom 2' lovebirds Jenelle Evans and David Eason walked down the aisle -- get the details.
  9. Diddy took to social media to show support for Colin Kaepernick and encourage NFL players to #TakeAKnee: 'If you all do whatever you do in unity, you can’t be stopped.'
  10. After a year-long battle against cancer, soul singer Charles Bradley died in Brooklyn at the age of 68.