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The fourth installment in the “Conjuring” series was the No. 1 film of the weekend, with roughly $35 million in ticket sales at North American theaters.
Steve Hilton, a tech entrepreneur who was an adviser to former Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain, is Fox News’s first host in the liberal region.
A lawyer for the author, Yashar Ali, said it was false that he had published defamatory statements in an article that led to the suspension of Eric Bolling, the Fox News host.
Sigrid Rausing’s coming book raises questions of whether the lines between memoir and voyeurism, family catharsis and score-settling, have been blurred.
Not even being kidnapped and excommunicated were enough to stop a prolific caricaturist who wielded a mighty pen against Mexico’s establishment.
The social media giant has quietly authorized the release of a Chinese version of its Moments app, a highly unusual move that raises transparency questions.
Mr. Lord, a CNN contributor and stalwart Trump loyalist, was abruptly fired after posting “Sieg Heil” on Twitter in a heated exchange with the president of a media watchdog site.
She roamed the streets of New York, camera in hand, finding opportunity at every corner.
A federal judge ruled that for him to decide on a motion filed by the The Times seeking the dismissal of a defamation suit filed by Ms. Palin, the writer must appear under oath.
The company did little to ease concerns about its future, posting financial results that missed Wall Street expectations.
The BBC America show, which ends its five-season run on Friday, found success by engaging with and empowering its small but dedicated fan base online.
Associates of Xiao Jianhua, who disappeared from Hong Kong’s Four Seasons Hotel in January, helped Dalian Wanda with a share sale and privatization.
Plans announced by the world’s largest media company to start two Netflix-style services instantly reverberated through the entertainment industry.
The subscription service was created by NBC in January 2016 but struggled to maintain a customer base.
Three years into an acrimonious legal and public relations battle, they remain uncomfortably entwined.
“I didn’t expect to be writing a second one so soon.”
Tickets to the intimate shows at the Walter Kerr Theater will be sold via a new technology called Verified Fan in an attempt to cut down on scalping.
A lawyer sought to settle several disputes with Fox News and 21st Century Fox, two people familiar with the matter said.
This musical juggernaut is going from the big screen to Broadway. But first, a test run in Denver.
The cinematographer John Bailey, whose work includes the Oscar-winner “Ordinary People,” will take over the ceremonial post from Cheryl Boone Isaacs.