Norman Lear, who died this week at age 101, changed American life with the candor and comedy of his creations.
Celebrity couples who married in 2023 included Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup; Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola; Bel Powley and Douglas Booth. (Dec. 4)
Benjamin Zephaniah, a British dub poet and political activist who drew inspiration from his Caribbean roots, has died. He was 65.
âKillers of the Flower Moonâ was named the best film of the year by the National Board of Review, adding to the early awards-season haul of Martin Scorseseâs Osage epic.
A woman has sued the hip-hop mogul Sean âDiddyâ Combs claiming he and two other men raped her 20 years ago in a New York City recording studio when she was 17.
Michael Urie has a very hard job this winter: Not cracking up when heâs not supposed to on Broadway.
Virginiaâs state-run fine arts museum is returning 44 ancient pieces of art to their countries of origin after law enforcement officials presented the institution with what it called âirrefutable evidenceâ that the works had been stolen or looted.
Gov. Ron DeSantisâ appointees to Walt Disney Âé¶¹´«Ã½appâs governing district have released a series of reports justifying their takeover of the government and accusing their Disney-controlled predecessors of being a part of âthe most egregious exhibition of corporate cronyism in modern American history.â
Iranian media say authorities have arrested a popular singer who had criticized the government after he was handed over by police in Turkey.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s siblings topped a Yale list of 2023âs most notable quotations with their condemnation of his presidential candidacy. Former New York Rep.
Members of Hollywoodâs actors union have voted to ratify the deal with studios that ended their strike after nearly four months.
Jonathan Majorsâ accuser recounts night of assault, actorâs âviolent temperâ that left her fearful
Jonathan Majorsâ former girlfriend told a Manhattan jury that the actor was prone to fits of rage that escalated in the months leading up to his arrest for allegedly attacking her in the backseat of a car last spring.
Tom Hanks is a lifelong space buff. The two-time Academy Award-winning actor has channeled his passion into âThe Moonwalkers,â an immersive documentary experience opening this week in London.
The highly anticipated trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI has arrived a little early after a copy was leaked online.
Like the âPaddingtonâ movies, âWonkaâ was dreamt up by Paul King, a lifetime Roald Dahl fan and a writer and director whom his collaborators somewhat universally agree may actually be Paddington in a human costume.
Greeceâs Acropolis Museum has launched an exhibition that includes a renowned ancient Greek water jug from 420 B.C. on loan from the British Museum.
Remember what you searched for in 2023? Well, Wikipedia has the receipts. English Wikipedia raked in more than 84 billion views this year.
Standup comedy is booming in China, and Chinese people living around the world are setting up local Mandarin-language comedy clubs as far afield as Tokyo, Madrid and New York.
Prince Harry is challenging the British governmentâs decision to strip him of his security detail after he gave up his status as a working member of the royal family and moved to the United States.
Biden tells donors: âIf Trump wasnât running Iâm not sure Iâd be running. We cannot let him winâ
The president was using a trio of fundraisers to caution against what might happen should his predecessor again claim control of the White House.
Republicans are scheduled for their fourth presidential debate this week, again minus Donald Trump. Itâs a particularly big moment for the young NewsNation television network, which will almost certainly reach its largest audience ever.
The U.S. Justice Department says an influencer who staged a California plane crash to make a YouTube video of himself parachuting to safety has been sentenced to six months in prison.