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Giving NBC’s morning audience a glimpse of her Fox News persona, Ms. Kelly said Ms. Fonda “has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive.”
The former Fifth Harmony member’s new album, “Camila,” had the equivalent of 119,000 sales. “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack slid to No. 2.
The changes the social network recently made to its news feed has some advertisers thinking there will be opportunities for growth in video.
The last time a Hispanic actor was nominated for an Academy Award was 2012 and, according to a study, only 3 percent of speaking characters in films are Latino.
Harvey Weinstein helped put the Sundance Film Festival on the map. But organizers say this year’s slate, which puts women front and center, shows the festival has moved on.
The first weather forecaster on “Good Morning America,” Mr. Coleman started the Weather Channel in 1981, but was forced out after a year.
Movies dismissed by most of Hollywood are dominating the box office, including “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which was No. 1 for a third week.
An improbable and dangerous idea promoted on the internet has become a cause for genuine concern, the authorities said.
Delivered in a measured baritone, Mr. Frank’s monologues trod the line between fact and fiction and brought listeners into unusual territory.
Mr. Schmertz promoted “advertorials” for Mobil Oil during the 1970s oil shortages and was instrumental in arranging its sponsorship of PBS programs.
By a 248-44 vote, newsroom employees defied an anti-union campaign by Tronc management. Later, Ross Levinsohn went on a leave of absence following harassment allegations.
Facebook said it planned to prioritize high-quality news on its site by allowing its users to rank news sources that they see as the most credible and trustworthy.
How the internet, the self-help industry and the changing nature of celebrity gave rise to the era of “Me, Inc.” in the 1990s.
The host of “New Day” on CNN keeps a tight schedule to balance his work, life and being the parent of three young children.
Moira Donegan sits down for her first on-camera interview since revealing her identity as the woman behind the spreadsheet.
Moira Donegan started the online spreadsheet of men in the media industry accused of sexual harassment. She spoke with The Times about why she created it and what her life has been like since.
The site was an early example of amateur journalism online, but it will dissolve its self-publishing platform in an attempt to minimize unverified stories.
President Trump made good on his promise to honor the media’s “most corrupt & biased,” delivering his awards in a blog post.
As the publishing company Bonnier cuts 17 percent of its American employees, the staff of a long-running food magazine shrinks.
An Energy Department photographer says he was fired for exposing the coal industry’s influence with the Energy secretary.