In a world of increasing uncertainty and change, one pregnant giraffe is providing hope for millions of viewers.
“The election felt a little bit like somebody dying because you suddenly have an unreal feeling," Colbert said.
The "Rocky" star says WB engaged in fraud and breach of contract.
"Aquaman" has also found a new star with '80s action pedigree.
The Trump administration and words don't get along very well.
Even while earning less than men, female faculty members do more to deal with student issues inside and out of the classroom, the study shows.
Authorities believe a couple killed their son then intentionally set their home ablaze to cover up the crime.
The World War II film also stars Bill Nighy.
Synalpheus Pinkfloydi has a snapping claw that can be louder than Roger Waters's guitar.
The hit drama was conceived as a one-off series, but viewers and critics want more.
In a comparison with Assad, the White House press secretary said that Hitler "didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons."
"If we say you fly, you fly. If not, tough shit."
The actor and rapper says he won't judge the Fox anchor 'the same way that he judged me.'
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The current revival of “Present Laughter” at the St. James Theatre features some of Broadway’s best comic actors.
The rapper released his new album title and a 13-song tracklist.
The inmates are running the asylum in Season 5.
The enjoyment of music could be a "uniquely human trait," a new study shows.
Tye Trujillo, 12, is following in his father's footsteps.
"Girlfriends'" Joan, Toni, Maya and Lynn were handling business in L.A. long before Molly and Issa started causing trouble on "Insecure."
Twitter roasts the rapper for "Vitamin D" video.
Does Werner Herzog like Trump? "Forget about it. I have never admired a president."
The reclusive singer returned to the stage after 35 years in 2014.
The Canadian Medical Association suggested that only adults 21 and older should be allowed to purchase and consume marijuana products legally.
An artist collective will release a box set of new vinyl records to support funding for Planned Parenthood.
Pepsi received a bevy of blowback for trivializing social movements—but they’re certainly not the first to try appropriating progressiveness.
“In a democracy, the question of who gets to draw the map should not have as much significance as it currently does," says Oliver.
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Three Jewish a cappella groups—the Maccabeats, the Y-Studs and Six13—are at the forefront of a new holiday tradition.