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Hollywood actor and writer strikes have broad support among Americans, AP-NORC poll shows

A new poll shows that Americans are much more sympathetic to Hollywood's striking writers and actors then they are to the studios on the other side of the table Read More


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King Charles III winds up his France state visit in Bordeaux to focus on the climate and sip wine

King Charles III has traveled to the southwestern French city of Bordeaux to focus on climate and the environment More »


A rare Truman Capote story from the early 1950s is being published for the first time

This week, a Truman Capote story from early in his career will be published for the first time More »


What's streaming now: Doja Cat, 'Sex Education,' 'Spy Kids,' 'The Super Models' and 'Superpower'

This week’s new entertainment releases include an album from Doja Cat, a reboot of Robert Rodriguez’s “Spy Kids” franchise with a film starring Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi and the critically-acclaimed “Sex Education,” one of Netflix’s most popular shows, returns for its fourth and final season More »


BTS member Suga begins alternative military service in South Korea

Another member of K-pop supergroup BTS has begun his mandatory military service in South Korea More »


Amazon Prime Video will soon come with ads, or a $2.99 monthly charge to dodge them

Amazon’s Prime Video will begin showing adds during shows and movies early next year, joining other streaming services that have added different tiers of subscriptions More »


`10 Days in a Madhouse' opera premieres in Philadelphia, celebrating women's voices

Composer Rene Orth's “10 Days in a Madhouse,” based on the 1887 book by trailblazing reporter Nellie Bly, opened Opera Philadelphia's O23 Festival More »


Director of migration drama denounced by right-wing leaders as film opens in Poland

Poland's right-wing leaders are denouncing a new feature film by Polish director Agnieszka Holland as it opens in the country More »


Sophie Turner sues to force estranged husband Joe Jonas to turn over children's passports

Actor Sophie Turner has sued her estranged pop star husband Joe Jonas to force him to turn over the passports of the couple’s two young daughters so she can take them to England More »


Music Review: On ‘Scarlet,’ Doja Cat’s demons demand attention — as if it was possible to look away

Before Doja Cat released her stellar fourth full-length album, the take-no-prisoners “Scarlet,” she bit the hand that feeds More »


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