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A Zydeco musician has been shot in the back while performing at an event in central Louisiana.
Beijing police say the Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has been detained on suspicion of rape.
The willingness of athletes, led by Simone Biles, to talk about the pressures they face as elite athletes on the Olympics stage, has forced a look at how NBC presents the Games to the public.
The Walt Disney Company is joining other large companies in requiring employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
“Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk says he “had a small heart attack” but will “be back soon.”.
By the look of the photos, the water was about ankle deep.
Comedians Tess Barker and Barbara Gray used to scrutinize Britney Spears' Instagram account on a podcast called “Britney's Gram,” but changed course in 2019 to do a deep dive into the singer's conservatorship.
Roberto Calasso, an Italian literary figure and the driving force behind an esteemed Milan-based publishing house, has died at 80.
Saginaw Grant, a prolific Native American character actor and hereditary chief of the Sac & Fox Nation of Oklahoma, has died.
A judge has ruled that he won't kick one of Jussie Smollett's attorneys off his case but that the attorney won't be allowed to question two key witnesses if the case goes to trial.
Amanda Knox is speaking out about her name being associated with the new film “Stillwater,” saying any connection rips off “my story without my consent at the expense of my reputation.”.
COVID-19 vaccinations and masks will be required for all Broadway audience members when theaters reopen in the coming weeks.
The new television series “Johnson” is being viewed as the male version of “Sex in the City” and “Insecure.”.
Lily Parr, whose record-setting career was overlooked when the bosses of English soccer shunned the women’s game, is now the focus of a new permanent exhibition at the National Football Museum in Manchester.
An Alaska Native artist has created a new stamp for the U.S. Postal Service.
A Los Angeles judge has dismissed one of 11 sexual assault counts against Harvey Weinstein, giving the former movie mogul and convicted rapist a victory that could be temporary.
Scarlett Johansson is suing the Walt Disney Co. over its streaming release of “Black Widow,” which she said breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
“The Jungle Cruise” unfortunately is a film that starts to take on water and barely makes it to port.