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The political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes claims that she was raped by the anchor Charles Payne and retaliated against by the network.
From “Saturday Night Live” to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” shows with a political — and anti-Trump — viewpoint ruled the day at the Emmy Awards.
Villagers, police officers and political leaders appear to have worked together to hush up a woman’s murder. A New York Times article on the case led to an arrest.
Ms. Ingraham will host “The Ingraham Angle” weeknights starting Oct. 30 as part of a prime-time shake-up that moves Sean Hannity to 9 p.m.
With falsehoods rampant online, new research offers guidance on how to defend the truth.
In issue No. 1, The Times described the recent killing of a slaveholder in an attack that has been called the first battle of the Civil War.
In “Jerry Before Seinfeld,” his first new special in decades, the comedian tries out reminiscences of his early years, a shift that only sometimes works.
The European leg of her “Joanne” tour, scheduled to start Thursday in Barcelona, will be pushed back to 2018. She had canceled a show in Brazil last week.
The web is not as open as it once was, with nation-states exerting their power over the internet. Facebook and other tech companies are dealing with the consequences.
“Big Little Lies” and “Veep” also had big nights. Stephen Colbert was the host and President Trump was the through line.
A music magazine whose influence stretched beyond entertainment and into the world of politics could elevate a career with its cover.
After the success of Geico’s humorous commercials, other insurers have gotten in on the act. But there are still some lines they don’t want to cross.
Amid horror film gridlock, “Mother!” becomes the latest misfire for Paramount. But CBS and Lionsgate scores with “American Assassin.”
In a series of eclectic Twitter posts, President Trump also appeared to refer to Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, as Rocket Man.
Hatem El-Gamasy often appears as a pundit for Egyptian television news programs. His viewers don’t know his day job: He owns a bodega in Queens.
Few of Hatem El-Gamasy's customers know that he also appears on Egyptian television news programs, holding forth on subjects from immigration policy to North Korea.
Both companies said they would change how their ad systems worked in response to two separate news reports exposing the issues.
Graydon Carter’s exit means the Vanity Fair editorship is up for grabs.
At Fox, Mr. Madden helped develop shows like “The Americans” and showed a preference for grittier dramas.
Scott Carter, a longtime late-night producer, talks about the creative and spiritual journey that led him from the profane to the sacred.