All Crime is Legal for the Next 12 Hours in "The Purge: Anarchy"

For nearly four decades, Casey Kasem was one of the best known radio and TV personalities. He was the host of countdown shows such as "American Top 40," "Casey's Top 40" and "America's Top 10." Ryan Seacrest took over the reigns in 2004. Kasem suffered from Parkinson's disease. His daughter says the family is heartbroken but knows their father is no longer suffering. Kasem was 82-years-old.

A big congrats is in order for singer Kelly Clarkson!
The first "American Idol" star to rise to fame tweeted Saturday that she and her husband Brandon Blackstock had a baby girl. Her name is River Rose Blackstock. The couple tied the knot last year.

The sic-fi horror flick "The Purge" returns to theaters this week.
"The Purge: Anarchy" follows a young couple whos car breaks down as the annual purge gets underway. All crime is legal for the next 12 hours, meaning nothing is against the law.


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