Stevie Wonder is still making headlines 41 years after the release of his classic double LP 'Songs in the Key of Life.'
A poll found that British film fans are most inspired by Hawking, Erin Brockovich and James Bond.
This year has seen a resurgence of interest in the Genovese case, with two new films about her murder.
The rapper's memoirs stem from his time inside Rikers Island in 2010.
Madonna is 'living for Hillary.'
United by Trump, the cast of the hit NBC sitcom reunites after 10 years.
Claire Foy and Matt Smith star as young Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
The achievement earned the British singer a diamond certification from the RIAA.
Will Katy Perry's nudity pledge see an increase in Hillary Clinton voters?
Will, Grace, Jack and Karen take aim at Donald Trump.
Jackson Millarker, 8, will appear in Wednesday's episode.
If ever a debate called for a drinking game, this is it.
Atlantic Records A&R vice president Riggs Morales and Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter of the Roots on the 'Hamilton' Mixtape project.
Trump is rarely likened to previous presidents, but is often accused of being a long-dead performance artist.
The filmmakers behind a documentary tell Newsweek how they delved beneath the tabloid headlines.
"It is dangerous to think there is an equal number on both sides."
How 'Hamilton' biographer Ron Chernow met Lin-Manuel Miranda and with him made musical history.
You can now see Princess Leia's gold bikini in real life.
The actor will now be the BBC car show's lead host, replacing Chris Evans.
The ashes were inherited by his best friend, Joanne Carson, after his death.
It's been 10 years since we said goodbye to Will, Grace, Jack and Karen.
'Hamilton's America,' a feature-length documentary that offers the rare opportunity to see parts of 'Hamilton' from the front row, is PBS's crown jewel of 2016.
Griswold tabletop knitting machine powers Emma Willis shop's classic socks.
Alex Lacamoire has been with Hamilton since the beginning, and his role is only becoming more important as it evolves.
Sarah Glidden’s new graphic novel fills an important void as media organizations cut back on traditional reporting.
Producer Jeffrey Seller and members of the Chicago cast talk about plans to turn the American musical into a global phenomenon.
Most Sonoma wineries are small, producing 5,000 to 10,000 cases annually, but many offer a bit of pizzazz with their tastings.
ISIS may dominate the news, but its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi remains an elusive enigma.
On the 25th anniversary of the band's breakthrough album, 'Nevermind,' we take a look at the bands it inspired, for better or worse.
The Tony-winning director of the musical phenomenon talks with Newsweek about the show's expansion and versatility, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda's hair.