Beyoncé is one of two celebrities to bring in over $100 million, but she doesn't have much female company at the top of the list.
The video has recently gone viral, both for the footage and the commentary.
Cheese is a plant—at least, according to some children surveyed by the British Nutrition Foundation.
Trump's alleged attempt at influencing Comey could be as big as Watergate if the people involved were smarter, says Oliver.
Stephen Colbert joked about Trump's performance, “This D.C. production is supposed to have a four-year run but reviews have not been kind."
"Dear Evan Hansen" is the biggest winner, taking home six awards, including for best musical.
Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
From a wireless music system to a new laser golf rangefinder, here are nine ideas for a Father's Day gift for your dad.
In Massachusetts, you can eat your pizza to get high.
The actor learned to embrace the mid-1960s role that had overshadowed the rest of his long career.
A summer-long exhibition spread across 12 New York City venues will explore the poet-artist's droll works like "God Is Man Made."
Don’t miss a new season of “Orange Is the New Black” and this year’s Tony Awards.
"Obviously I am very disappointed in this decision," Aslan wrote. "'Believer' means a great deal to me and to the countless viewers it’s reached."
Hayek’s new film, “Beatriz at Dinner,” feels eerily timely for the Trump era.
The horror-movie monster first became associated with the LGBT community through a Tumblr post.
The study found kids who were overweight were more likely to be ostracized by their slimmer classmates.
Is "I hope" a direction or just wishful thinking? Meyers took on Senate testimony pedants.
The decision comes after a complaint was lodged by a "topfreedom" advocate.
It works on mice. Can it work on humans?
The singer returns to Spotify on the same day rival Katy Perry releases her new album. Hmm.
The organization heading the project announced that it has won a bid for a building and development on 125th Street in Harlem.
"Satire is a marvelous way of approaching your audience with an extremely complex, and potentially tragic, situation."
Will Trump stop tweeting as much once the first lady moves into the White House?
"Peacock in a liquor store" is the new "bull in a china shop."
Weisz superbly captures the frustration of a woman who shows tenderness to a young man and then has to live with the frustrated realization that she’s fallen for a boy.
CNN called Thursday's hearing "Washington's Super Bowl." Are you ready?
Jack Antonoff takes Newsweek inside his euphoric '80s-inspired pop record "Gone Now."
They probably aren't casting spells in the woods on the weekends, but they're fine with you believing that they are.
Net-a-Porter—which sells luxury brands like Gucci and Prada—will no longer stock fur, a move which has been welcomed by animal welfare groups.
"The Late Show" host puts the tough questions to Trump, including about Russian election rigging.