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“The Predator” unseated “The Nun,” a surprise hit last weekend, after drawing negative attention over an actor’s status as a registered sex offender.
After writing a shelf of books mining forgotten incidents and obscure lives, the Harvard scholar and New Yorker writer offers history on a grand scale.
In “Maniac,” a new Netflix series about a dubious drug trial, participants may experience disorientation and lightheadedness. Viewers, too.
Apple held its annual iPhone event, but its watch wowed the industry. Plus, Google is in for a tougher time in Washington.
With more editorial firepower in London, and new titles opening in new markets, the spotlight falls on the publishing giant’s next moves.
Mr. Wilcock led two lives: as a prolific travel writer and a provocateur at The Village Voice, The East Village Other and the Underground Press Syndicate.
In its half-century on the air, “60 Minutes” has operated independently of the CBS News organization. Many at the show worry what will happen if the network takes more control.
A generational changing of the guard continues at Condé Nast. Will Welch, the editor of GQ Style, will take over the magazine by the year’s end.
One of the most recognizable Chinese celebrities in the world has suffered a precipitous, and still mostly unexplained, fall from grace after accusations of tax evasion.
By making their relationship public, HyunA and E’Dawn breached an unspoken rule in the closely managed world of South Korean pop music.
The entertainment and sports conglomerate will partner with creative talents like Dick Wolf to develop, finance, produce, distribute and market podcasts.
Attacked by Fox News pundits, Rudolph Giuliani and a presidential Twitter account, the special counsel sticks to a stoic approach.
“Adventures in New America” and “The Horror of Dolores Roach” take fiction podcasts to new heights with mash-ups of horror, comedy and social commentary.
The chief executive published a roughly 3,300-word post cataloging the steps the social network has taken to prevent manipulation.
After 22 years at the online magazine, Mr. Weisberg goes into business with his longtime friend who wrote “The Tipping Point.”
She was already a successful cover girl in 1975 when a TV commercial showing her buying a used fur hit the air — and continued to run for 14 years.
Technology chief executives were once admired for their force-of-nature personalities and daring. Now boring is the new black (or is it beige?). Except for Elon Musk, of course.
In explaining his earlier remarks that seemed to criticize the #MeToo movement, the comedian said, “You’d have to have Down syndrome” not to feel sorry for sexual abuse victims.
Mr. Fager was dismissed four days after the network’s chief executive, Leslie Moonves, stepped down following numerous misconduct allegations.
The website that helped drive demand for streetwear is going IRL with a festival called, you guessed it, Hypefest.