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As the industry struggles, these thirsty dictionary empires battle peppily for online dominance.
A ratcheting up of tensions between the media and government, continuing a crackdown on leaks that ramped up in the Obama years.
Mr. Bourdain, who began his career as a chef, redefined the staid genres of food writing and food-tourism shows.
The Trump administration took possession of a journalist’s email and phone records as part of a leak investigation.
In his most extensive comments to date, the Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving questioned again whether the Earth is round: “You know that for sure? Like, I don’t know.”
In his frank, profane voice, the writer and TV personality shone a light into the darker corners of the restaurant world.
John Lasseter had been on leave since November, citing what he called “missteps” that made employees feel uncomfortable. He will be a consultant for Disney until the end of the year.
The premium cable channel announced it would make a pilot for one of the five “Game of Thrones” prequels it has in development. It did not say when the show might air.
Mr. Bourdain’s death on Friday prompted an outpouring of grief and tributes.
Christian Marclay worked with Snapchat engineers on an installation that harvested and manipulated the sounds of publicly available posts.
Ralph Peters, who quit in March in disgust, said that the network’s attacks on democratic institutions do “a great, grave disservice to our country.”
The push by the online retail giant highlights the seismic shifts happening in the world of entertainment, as digital outlets compete for eyeballs with traditional broadcasters.
New Zealand’s government investigated whether allegations of sexual misconduct against the television star disqualified him from owning land in the country.
Among the most influential photographers of the 20th century, he was also known for his extensive pictorial record of Pablo Picasso’s life.
Mr. Berlanti, the executive producer of “Riverdale,” “Blindspot” and “Arrow,” among other shows, was thought to be a prime candidate to potentially jump to Netflix.
A survey of voters shows several resounding favorites in Sunday’s ceremony. But there are still some tight battles.
Journalists have been abducted, news outlets blocked and the main party pressured, as the army declares its critics “anti-state.”
Organizers said 90 percent of the staff had signed union cards. Management did not immediately respond.
Even “Sex and the City,” which I did not watch.
For the show’s 20th anniversary, Carrie Bradshaw’s creator, Candace Bushnell, and her boy band revisit late-’90s New York.