Today: April 21, 2024
Today: April 21, 2024


CBS says its daytime show 'The Talk' will end its run in December after 15 seasons

CBS says the daytime talk show “The Talk” will end in December after 15 seasons

Agent at Bad Bunny-led firm has certification revoked by MLB Players Association

A baseball agent at Bad Bunny’s Rimas Sports firm has lost his certification with the Major League Baseball Players Association

Robert MacNeil, creator and first anchor of PBS 'NewsHour' nightly newscast, dies at 93

Veteran newsman Robert MacNeil, who was the creator and first anchor of PBS' “NewsHour” in the 1970s, has died

The O.J. Simpson case forced domestic violence into the spotlight, boosting a movement

Thirty years ago, women’s rights advocates working to pass the 1994 Violence Against Women Act found domestic violence was still something of a hushed topic

In death, O.J. Simpson and his trial verdict still reflect America's racial divides

For many people old enough to remember O.J. Simpson’s murder trial, his 1994 exoneration was a defining moment in their understanding of race, policing and justice

Several writers decline recognition from PEN America in protest over its Israel-Hamas war stance

As PEN America begins its annual spring tradition of high-profile events, the organization faces criticisms from numerous writers who are unhappy with its stance on the war in Gaza

If O.J. Simpson's assets go to court, Goldman, Brown families could be first in line

O.J. Simpson died without having paid the lion's share of the $33.5 million judgment a civil jury awarded to the families of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman

Judge dismisses lawsuits filed against rapper Drake over deadly Astroworld concert

A judge has dismissed hip-hop artist Drake from lawsuits filed against him over his participation in the deadly 2021 Astroworld festival in Houston in which 10 people were killed

Before murder charges tarnished his legacy, O.J. Simpson was one of the NFL's greatest running backs

Long before the Bronco chase gripped a national television audience and the “Trial of the Century” captivated the country, O.J. Simpson made his mark on the football field

Legendary athlete, actor and millionaire: O.J. Simpson's murder trial lost him the American dream

For a long time, O.J. Simpson had it all

Where are they now? Key players in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson

The June 12, 1994, killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman brought the “Trial of the Century” that saw O.J. Simpson acquitted of the murders

The OJ Simpson saga was a unique American moment. 3 decades on, we're still wondering what it means

O.J. Simpson’s death came almost exactly three decades after the murders that changed his reputation from football hero to suspect and cultural touchstone

The show goes on for Paramount with ‘Gladiator II,’ a new Damien Chazelle movie and more

With reports and rumors swirling about possible mergers and bids to acquire Paramount, the film studio put its best foot forward for theater owners at CinemaCon on Thursday

AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson’s murder trial acquittal

If there was ever a murder case perfectly suited for media and public consumption it was the O.J. Simpson murder trial

Reaction to the death of O.J. Simpson

Reaction has started to pour in on the death of O.J. Simpson after battling prostate cancer

10 Things to Remember about O.J. Simpson

Ten things to remember about O.J. Simpson, the NFL running back-turned actor who was acquitted of murdering his wife and her friend

AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson’s slow-speed chase

The first week of the O.J. Simpson case in mid-June 1994 moved quickly, with reporters racing to reach the news

Cannes sets lineup with Lanthimos, Coppola and Trump film 'The Apprentice'

Organizers announced that tew films from Yorgos Lanthimos, Andrea Arnold and Francis Ford Coppola, as well as a portrait of 1980s Donald Trump, will compete for the Palme d’Or at the 77th Cannes Film Festival

Outside roles by NBC's Conde, others reveal a journalism ethics issue: being paid to sit on boards

Most news organizations hold its journalists to strict ethical standards to avoid conflicts of interest either real or perceived

Universal Pictures teases ‘Wicked’ and announces ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s 2’

With the dust settled from a big 2023, winning best picture and topping the box office, Universal Pictures is looking to the future

When are the 2025 Oscars? The Academy Awards announce date, sticking to early start

The 97th Academy Awards will be held March 2

Guests at the state dinner for Japan's prime minister will share the feel of walking over a koi pond

Jill Biden is honoring the friendship between the United States and Japan by transforming the State Floor of the White House into a vibrant spring garden for a glamorous dinner that she and President Joe Biden are hosting for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida

Town creates public art ordinance after free speech debate over doughnut mural

Voters in a New Hampshire town have passed an ordinance addressing what local officials call “a path forward” for the installation of murals and other public artwork

Margot Robbie making ‘Monopoly’ movie and Blumhouse reviving ‘Blair Witch’

Margot Robbie has her sights on another toy

Studio behind hit ‘Sound of Freedom’ wants to give audiences greenlight power

Angel Studios wants to give audiences the power to decide what movies are made