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Winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 75th Golden Globes.
Facing the challenge of finding humor amid sexual misconduct scandals, Mr. Meyers took aim at Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein and others.
Carrie Gracie, the network’s China editor, said she learned last summer that her male colleagues earned 50 percent more than she did.
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The 75th installment of these awards will begin at 8 p.m. Eastern. Meryl Streep, Michelle Williams and six other actresses will be joined by activists at the show.
After he was quoted speaking critically of Donald Trump Jr., the former White House strategist appears to be trying to stay at the right-wing news site.
A National Limousine Association campaign featuring Pamela Anderson encourages ride-sharing customers to watch out for their safety, but critics say it is only trying to make competitors look bad.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi” arrived to a dismal $28.7 million in China over the weekend. “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” was No. 1 in North America.
A joking tweet claimed that President Trump had demanded a TV channel devoted to primates. Most got the gag, some didn’t, and it quickly became fodder for political and social commentary.
The staggering growth of original shows largely comes from the seemingly endless budget lines that help produce new shows for streaming services, chiefly Netflix.
The author of a scathing new book about President Trump said that his attempt to block its publication confirmed its key finding: the president is unfit for office.
Nearly 24 years after it was published, the historical thriller is appearing onscreen, as a TNT series beginning Jan. 22.
Despite a glut of glitches and questions bordering on the ridiculous, the game taps into our universal feeling of being aggrieved.
A journalist who loved to needle the Manhattan elite enrages the president with his insider account of the year he spent reporting from the West Wing.
H. Brandt Ayers, who was publisher of The Anniston Star from the 1960s until 2016, resigned as chairman of the company that owns the newspaper.
The newspaper’s Chicago-based owner, Tronc, has pushed back aggressively against the effort. The vote tally will be announced later in the month.
Executives and creators for Fox TV, including Ryan Murphy, the man behind “American Horror Story” and “Glee,” are weighing their futures if the Disney deal goes through.
The streaming music giant filed a confidential registration with the S.E.C. in late December, with the intention of listing its shares in the first quarter of the year.
Virtual reality. Podcasts. Snapchat Discover. Notifications. Sam Dolnick, an assistant managing editor of The Times, on the digital future of storytelling.