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Private investigators working for Jeff Bezos have determined the brother of the Amazon CEO’s mistress leaked the couple’s intimate text messages to the National Enquirer
An amnesiac cyborg fights her way through a muddled sci-fi adventure.
"Germs are not a real thing," host Pete Hegseth said. "I can’t see them, therefore they’re not real."
The other “Tristan”: Wolf Trap and WCO show same story as the Wagner opus, but it’s a whole different opera.
Australian designer Nicky Zimmermann reimagines World War II-era espionage in her NY Fashion Week collection for fall
Garth Brooks has come out of baseball retirement
Former Saveur editor James Oseland looks back at his upbringing in his new memoir.
Wes Gordon, who took the reins a year ago as creative director at Carolina Herrera, presented a strikingly contemporary collection, including a floor-length version of his predecessor’s beloved white shirt.
The Butler Eagle said the decision to revoke the comic had more to do with profanity than politics.
The action-packed comedy at Woolly Mammoth follows young women through one wild and crazy night.
Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., says he hopes this season of the PBS series ‘Finding Your Roots’ helps a divided U.S. see how all Americans have unique family mysteries
“Saturday Night Live” star Aidy Bryant says she was drawn to the Hulu series “Shrill” because of the chance to play a woman who is more than her weight
“Landfall” by Thomas Mallon conjures a witty rendition of the Bush era.
Fashion collaborator Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day is seeking accountability as other celebrities call for boycotts of Gucci after the fashion house apologized for producing a sweater that was compared to blackface
The legendary tenor saxophonist paid tribute to his mentor, John Coltrane, but he also had things of his own to say.
Resistance is the theme as “The Handmaid’s Tale” returns with 13 episodes for its third season
Also open: a beautiful new location for vegetarian tacos purveyor Chaia.
Christian Bale says transforming himself into former Vice President Dick Cheney made him feel ‘like a bullfrog’
Musgraves, known as "the country singer for people who don't like country music," rocketed to a new level last year with "Golden Hour."