The pop star says a bicycle accident is the reason for his cast and sling.
The "Last Week Tonight" host reacts to the academy's expulsion of the disgraced Hollywood producer.
Lysette Anthony, a British soap actor, claims the movie mogul raped her in her own home.
The Garvin Gate Blues Festival began in 1988 as a free event with a lineup of local bands and a modest 500 attendees. Now nearly 40,000 people attend by its 8th year.
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Fifty-seven percent of Americans believe that NFL protests are in response to police violence.
Twitter's CEO addressed concerns regarding the abusive and harassing content in a thread on Friday.
The cable companies' carriage agreement is slated to expire on Sunday, which means 23 channels could go dark.
Bloom was a stanch advocate for women's rights before advising the Hollywood producer accused of sexual misconduct.
The New York native talks to Newsweek after the success of his first studio album, 'A Bigger Artist.'
Nanijani’s isn’t new to the SNL stage. The Pakistani-American first showed off his comedic chops on the sketch comedy show back in 2008 when he played the role of an Indian reporter.
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump’s policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
Adam Sandler can really act. And filmmaker Noah Baumbach knew it all along.
Daniela Fedi, an Italian fashion journalist, said she remembers the details "perfectly."
"Professor Marston and the Wonder Women" reveals that DC's Wonder Woman was created by a man, his wife and their two girlfriends.
Weird Al Yankovic advised that his upcoming shows will be informal, no-frills and self-indulgent.
"I’m heartbroken about the world that I’m handing on to my kids,” Pink says.
Not even cameras are able to eliminate human imperfections from sports.
"This is not about one man’s crimes against women; this is about our system’s imbalances, our system’s gender crisis," the Oscar-winning actress said.
Avoid shattered glass, black cats and Jason Voorhees at all costs today.
As usual, the NBC host only worries about feminism when she stands to benefit from it directly.
'Late Night' host Seth Meyers tackles Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump and a culture of systemic misogyny and male entitlement.
Trump's Twitter attacks are "dangerous" and it's time to stop him, Kimmel says.
'It’s my favorite season. It’s the kind we’ve wanted to do all along,' Bloom tells Newsweek.
Tom Petty's discography is a testament to the enduring power of rock & roll.
The hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter has gained support from high-profile celebrities.
Gotta watch 'em all.
"Toxic masculinity is bulls**t," says Cox about men who hide their attraction to trans women.
"I am calling on you to stop funding rapists, alleged pedos and sexual harassers. I love Amazon but there is rot in Hollywood," she tweeted at Jeff Bezos.
The list is long and growing.