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The Herald Sun in Australia doubled down in defense of a drawing, assailing “our new politically correct life.”
The lawyers and Camille Cosby argued that the judge should have previously disclosed a feud he had with a key witness in the case.
“It wasn’t the voices of the maids that were heard,” she said. She was at the Toronto International Film Festival with “Widows” and answering our reader questions.
Mark Knight, an Australian cartoonist who ignited outrage with his depiction of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open, says it had nothing to do with racism. Other cartoonists say there’s no way that’s true.
This 19-year-old actress and star of “The Hate U Give” has become synonymous with a volatile strain of youthful, social-media-fueled, hyper-progressive celebrity.
What the revamped board has planned for CBS depends on how it views media mergers and what its relationship will be with its controlling shareholder, Shari Redstone.
Mr. Clymer reported from around the world, the halls of Congress and the campaign trail, in one instance eliciting an open-mic vulgarism by George W. Bush.
Mr. Moonves made his name as a programmer of shows with clear-cut villains and heroes. On Sunday, after more allegations of sexual misconduct, his career came crashing down.
Jimmy Pitaro pledged a “resetting” of the network’s relationship with the N.F.L., but is reining in talent and placating the league a winning bet?
The trio won awards for “Jesus Christ Superstar” at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday, joining other entertainers who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award.
The Ad Council — along with G.E., Google, IBM, Microsoft and Verizon — is trying to encourage girls ages 11 to 15 to get involved in science, technology, engineering and math.
His Infowars business under legal threat after he spent years spreading lies about the Sandy Hook shooting, Mr. Jones says he’s the victim of a media conspiracy.
With “Amanpour & Company,” a CNN veteran based in London brings a new sensibility to an hour that was once dark and clubby.
It was the highest opening in the five-film “Conjuring” series, even after adjusting for inflation. Warner Bros. movies have now been No. 1 for five weeks running.
Ms. Williams, who was dyslexic, didn’t read her first novel until she was 23. Then she landed a $1 million contract to write a mystery series.
That was how Andy Warhol described Richard Bernstein, who gave Interview magazine covers their signature look. Everyone wanted it — until they didn’t.
With a single scholarly article, Lina Khan, 29, has reframed decades of monopoly law.
Mr. Moonves, who is facing allegations of sexual harassment and a battle for control of the network, is said to be talking to the board about his possible departure.
A defiant time capsule surfaces, smack in the middle of #MeToo country.
The nude heard around the world.