Santos announced his stepfather's passing in a sobering post shared to Instagram Saturday evening, which touched on additional trauma caused by separation directives enacted amid the pandemic.
Be like artist Bob Ross.
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One you get over the "ewww" factor, it sounds pretty nice!
If watching the same shows and playing the same video games is starting to get old during our coronavirus pandemic isolation, then it may finally be time to pick up that really long book you've been meaning to read.
Just because it's healthy that doesn't mean it isn't hip.
Book 16 and 17 of the series are both due out in 2020.
In a series of tweets Ashley Young explained what living in Italy during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown feels like.
Did you know there are other movies on Disney+ outside of 'Frozen 2?'
Maths never tasted so good.
Are the stories you're seeing on COVID-19 fact or fiction?
In the new episode "Broken Pieces," Star Trek: Picard' reveals the backstory of the Romulan Zhat Vash and who's really to blame for the attack on the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards on Mars.
We will update this page to reflect the ongoing list of celebrities who have publicly confirmed that they are totally fine.
An email newsletter from right-wing news site Newsmax warns readers against getting a hypothetical coronavirus vaccine because vaccines are a "scam," suggesting they buy a book about "boosting immunity" instead.
"We just try to make ourselves useful," Dr. Daniele Macchini wrote.
Several weather warnings are in place across the U.S.
Local organizations have begun response funds to support and assist those affected by the tornadoes in their recovery.
"I Am Not Okay With This" experienced some major changes in its move from comicbook pages to screen, including a massively different ending in the Netflix version.
Bieber began his career in 2007 on YouTube, when his mother posted homemade videos of the young soon-to-be music star.
The New York Times was sued by the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump Tuesday, who allege that a March 2019 opinion piece contained false claims intended to harm the campaign.
The artwork for artist Alex Raymond's 1930s sci-fi creation will be up for sale at the end of March.
The Boston Globe believes Senator Elizabeth Warren stands the best chance at defeating President Trump and bringing about fundamental changes.
"For weeks the media told you it was wrong to worry about the coronavirus," the Fox News host said.
Users had a strong reaction over the controversial depiction of Charlie Brown's friend, Franklin Armstrong, the first African American character created for the 'Peanuts' strip.
The new title is due out in September, and expected to provide young readers with an interactive musical experience.
A NYC public defender tweeted that her client got 3 to 6 years for stealing a jacket, comparing it to the 40-month sentence Stone received.
Is it a burger or is it just a portion of fries inside two buns?