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“Justice League” was easily best at the box office this weekend. But ticket sales of $96 million were less than expected, especially for such a costly film.
With the country so divided on so many issues, companies are increasingly finding themselves in the middle of controversies. They’re realizing it may be the new normal.
Ms. Gillibrand spoke with Jennifer Steinhauer about her legislation to reform policies on sexual harassment on Capitol Hill, power dynamics, President Bill Clinton and more.
As Charles and David Koch back the Meredith Corporation’s effort to buy Time Inc., some see a new way for them to advance their libertarian agenda.
Two-thirds admit to streaming movies and TV shows outside the home. And 12 percent who watch in public have done so in public restrooms.
The agency voted to relax several rules, including allowing a company to own more than one of the top stations in a local market.
The cable giant is discussing acquiring the Fox movie studio, the FX network, regional sports channels and a vast overseas TV distribution business.
The billionaire Koch brothers are said to have tentatively agreed to support the publisher Meredith’s offer with an equity injection of more than $500 million.
The measure is said to be a response to a U.S. requirement imposed on the state-owned RT television network, but it is far broader in scope.
After many public struggles, the actress is the latest to turn to podcasting, and has a painful #MeAt14 story to tell.
A pastor got a call from someone pretending to be a Washington Post reporter. The caller badly misrepresented, or misunderstood, basic journalism ethics.
An effort to get ads pulled from Mr. Hannity’s Fox News show appeared to gain momentum. But then some companies began deleting tweets.
Of the nine journalists arrested in Washington on Jan. 20, only two are being charged. Alexei Wood, a freelancer, goes before a judge on Wednesday.
“I have chased members of Congress down hallways in high heels, rain boots and, once, because a shoe fell off, sock-footed.”
The magazine’s Women of the Year awards was a parade of inspirational women. It was also the last one for Cindi Leive, the departing editor.
The company indicated that it had pulled an ad from the Fox News host’s show after comments he made about the allegations against Roy Moore.
Journalists at the paper, in the middle of organizing a union, disagreed with the new editor’s call to lie low on social media.
A relative unknown prepares to follow Graydon Carter, who embraced the role of celebrity editor during his 25 years at the helm.
Amazon announced on Monday that it has retained the rights to adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” for television for its Prime streaming service.
The comedian and podcaster became one of the most prominent performers to address the admission by Louis C.K. about sexual misconduct.