The Rockettes help kick off the festive season in New York

The Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes is back at Radio City Music Hall, one of the many markers that the holiday season in New York City is here. (Nov. 18)

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Daryl Hall is suing John Oates over plan to sell stake in joint venture. A judge has paused the sale

Daryl Hall has sued his longtime music partner John Oates, arguing that his plan to sell off his share of a joint venture would violate a business agreement the duo had.

Marrakech kicks off film festival in the shadow of war in the Middle East

The Marrakech International Film Festival began on Friday, bringing American and international movie stars to the Arab world as war in the Middle East has led to the cancellation of other film festivals.

Make noise! A murder and a movie stir Italians to loudly demand an end to violence against women

Anger has erupted in Italy over the slaying of a college student allegedly by an ex-boyfriend who resented her success and wouldn’t accept their breakup.

Woman alleges Jamie Foxx sexually assaulted her at New York bar, actor says it ‘never happened’

A woman alleges in a new lawsuit that Jamie Foxx sexually assaulted her at a New York bar in 2015. The actor says the incident never happened.

Eddie Merrins, the ‘Little Pro’ who had an enormous influence on golf in LA, dies at 91

Eddie Merrins was known as “The Little Pro” because of his 5-foot-7 stature. The nickname surely had nothing to do with his giant influence on golf.

Amazon and NFL hoping to establish a tradition with the first Black Friday game

It is not a stretch to say that the Black Friday game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets is Amazon’s Super Bowl.

Former Penthouse magazine model sues Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses, saying he raped her in 1989

A former Penthouse magazine model has sued Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose, saying he raped her in a 1989 attack at a New York City hotel that left her with anxiety and depression.

Student Academy Awards — a launching pad into Hollywood — celebrate 50 years

The Student Academy Awards may not be as glitzy or high profile as the Oscars, but in its 50 years it has proven to be a vital launching ground for emerging filmmakers.

Susan Sarandon and Melissa Barrera dropped from Hollywood companies after comments on Israel-Hamas war

Oscar-winning actor Susan Sarandon and “Scream” star Melissa Barrera were each dropped by Hollywood companies after making comments on the Israel-Hamas war that some deemed antisemitic.

Less than 2 years after nearly being killed by Russian bomb, Fox’s Benjamin Hall returns to Ukraine

Less than two years after nearly being killed by a Russian bomb while reporting, Fox News’ Benjamin Hall returned to Ukraine this week.

New AP analysis of last month’s deadly Gaza hospital explosion rules out widely cited video

The Associated Press is publishing an updated visual analysis of the deadly Oct. 17 explosion at Gaza’s Al-Ahli Hospital.

The ‘Oppenheimer’ creative team take you behind the scenes of the film’s key moments

Impossible is often just a starting point on a Christopher Nolan film and “Oppenheimer,” about the father of the atomic bomb, was no exception.

King Charles III honors K-pop girl group Blackpink during South Korean president’s state visit

King Charles III honored the K-pop band Blackpink. He saluted their work in raising awareness among young people about the threat of climate change.

Coldplay concert in Malaysia can be stopped by organizers if the band misbehaves, government says

A Malaysian minister said organizers of a Coldplay concert are able to stop Wednesday’s show if the British rock band misbehaves.

Accuser sues Bill Cosby for alleged abuse dating to 1980s under expiring New York survivors law

A woman who worked as a stand-in at “The Cosby Show” in the 1980s is suing Bill Cosby, saying he drugged and sexually abused her.


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Native American storytellers enjoying a rare spotlight, a moment they hope can be more than that

The financial crisis of 2008 hit Mary Kathryn Nagle differently. As a playwright and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, she saw parallels to events that negatively impacted Indigenous people centuries ago.

MLB hires Josh Clark to oversee video content distribution in wake of Diamond bankruptcies

Major League Baseball made another addition to its broadcast department as it adapts following the bankruptcy of the Diamond Sports Group’s regional sports networks, hiring Josh Clark to the new position of senior vice president of content distribution.

Prince Harry to appeal to UK government for evidence in lawsuit against Daily Mail publisher

Prince Harry plans to appeal to the British government to release evidence that is key to his phone hacking lawsuit against the publisher of the Daily Mail.


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