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In a new study, researchers single out a blog run by a Canadian zoologist as a primary source of dubious information about the status of polar bears.
In an aggressive attack on the credibility of Andrea Constand, Mr. Cosby’s lead lawyer portrayed her as a willful, greedy woman seeking a payday.
More than 20 organizations are joining forces to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
A rumor that Anna Wintour was leaving Vogue spread like wildfire. Condé Nast says it’s not true. But what would that look like and why all the chatter?
John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place” collected $50 million over the weekend, twice the amount expected. “Ready Player One” was second and “Blockers” third.
Facing the loss of more than two dozen newsroom jobs, the beleaguered newspaper is printing an editorial blasting Alden Global Capital: “We call for action.”
The president found friendly airwaves on WABC-AM’s “Bernie & Sid in the Morning,” where he said he would shun the gala for the second straight year.
More than a month after the network pulled a charged episode of his show, the producer is looking to leave for Netflix, people familiar with negotiations said.
“Mute,” “The Ritual” and “Ravenous” are three Netflix Originals that deliver genre thrills in differing measures.
Mr. Scaramucci, the voluble former White House communications director, is a co-executive producer of HBO’s “Paterno.” It started with an acquaintance made on an Oliver Stone film.
Civilian regulators insist there’s no block. But Geo News finds itself widely shut down after critical reporting on the army’s flexing of its authority.
Mr. Williamson’s hiring last month led to outrage on the left, which in turn sparked outrage on the right. Now he is no longer a columnist at The Atlantic.
Ms. Nemens, a surprise choice, succeeds Lorin Stein, who left the prestigious literary quarterly last year after he was accused of sexual harassment.
On the streaming service’s first day of trading, the major music label sells 17 percent of its stake in the company for more than $250 million.
In the wake of scrutiny prompted by a viral video, the Sinclair Broadcast Group’s chairman, David Smith, said his stations were no different from network news outlets.
Settlement agreements — now made public after a judge’s ruling — provide new details on tactics used by the former Fox News host against women who accused him of sexual harassment.
The panel of seven men and five women is made up of 10 white and two black jurors.
The coverage tends to play on the fears that hiding among mass groups of immigrants are criminals, vectors of disease and terrorists.
The ratings for the show’s second night are down from its surprising premiere, but still strong enough for ABC to call it a hit.
His lauded book “Once Upon a Distant War” profiled a group of young, skeptical Vietnam War reporters. Other projects inspired movies.