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In honor of the film “The Post,” an ode to 1970s office wear.
The tirelessly acidic film critic recalls when screens were silver, not small; when actors were stars, not celebrities; and when written opinion wasn’t free.
Life Time has removed cable news stations from the large-screen TVs in its gyms, citing member requests and “our overall healthy way of life philosophy.”
Saying “enough is enough,” Michael D. Cohen filed the defamation suit after denying for the past year that he played any part in a conspiracy to help elect President Trump.
A serious journalist leaves “Face the Nation” for the network’s morning show. “I don’t want him to be light,” said the CBS News president, David Rhodes.
After beginning a public fight against workplace sexual misconduct, the leader of the #RoseArmy has an E! show ready to go.
Toby Emmerich, who helped shepherd “The Lord of the Rings” films to the screen, will oversee the studio’s worldwide film production, marketing and distribution.
Does the singer’s “Get Free” borrow from the British band’s “Creep”? After days of online debate, Radiohead’s publisher makes a statement.
Based on the DC crime fighter, this new CW series takes on present-day issues of race and social justice directly and unambiguously.
Roseanne Barr said she was not an “apologist” for Mr. Trump but wanted the reboot of her sitcom to address the strong divide in the country.
John Sargent, the executive behind Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury,” discusses his decision to fight the president’s attempt to quash the book.
A Democratic fund-raiser, he ran the New York-New Jersey agency from 1977 to 1985 and later headed the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Several men who didn’t speak about Times Up in acceptance speeches said it was time to “shut up and listen.”
Samantha Barry, a producer at CNN Worldwide from Cork, Ireland, is set to become the eighth editor of the women’s magazine, succeeding Cindi Leive.
Sneer at celebrity all you want, but elections are contests of stories, and Ms. Winfrey showed that she can tell one.
Ratings for the awards show, hosted by Seth Meyers, dipped 5 percent from last year.
Ms. Gracie quit her post after BBC executives offered her a salary increase that still left her paid less than her male counterparts.
Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” falls to No. 3 as the movie’s soundtrack, featuring songs written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, reaches the top spot.
Oprah Winfrey accepted the Golden Globes’ lifetime achievement award with a speech that began as a personal reflection and ended as a call to arms.
There was consensus from the stage and dissonance on the red carpet in a broadcast that was half party, half protest.