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In the act of non-apologizing to a victim, Louis C.K. apparently admitted to yet another act of misconduct.
As one of his last presidential acts, Obama chose a queer, black artist as his official portraitist. Wiley’s colleagues and peers explain why the choice was fated.
We were kids, and we were having a lot of hormonal feelings, and we knew we needed to talk about it. AIM just made it easy.
You’re about to see a lot more of this uncanny, internationally-acclaimed Swedish-Finnish cartoon.
If we were to trace the impact of Diana's legacy and the burden of constant public attention to present day, you'd eventually
Just like that, another summer has come and gone. In the latest victory for superhero domination, "Wonder Woman" handily
Twenty years after “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” the question is: Are romantic comedies a thing anymore?
Daily White House antics are turning viewers away from fictional government scandals.
Look to the past if you want another “social thriller” right now.
The success of Blunt's mid-2000s hit put the singer on the map and reportedly led to him having the U.K.'s best selling album
Given that the news is already saturated with reports that Trump hates the way press secretary Sean Spicer dresses, will
It’s a time in pop culture history that’s seared into our memories.
The new “Beauty and the Beast” doesn’t open until March 17, but Disney’s marketing team has probably already suffered several
At 41, eternal ray of sunshine Drew Barrymore says she's never been "angry or bitter or depressed" ― not even for a day. Somehow
— Then there's his accent. Dev pulls off a pretty convincing Aussie accent in "Lion," but his real-life British lilt will
Rachel Lindsay seems absolutely perfect. To become the first black Bachelorette, she had to be.
By now, Nelly Furtado has plenty of hits to her name, so it's not surprising to learn that she hears her own songs in everyday