A recap of some of the strangest incidents during a very odd night.

From left: Model Martha Hunt, actress Hailee Steinfeld, model Gigi Hadid, actress Serayah, recording artist Taylor Swift, director Joseph Kahn, model Lily Aldridge, actress Mariska Hargitay and model Karlie Kloss accept the Video of the Year award for 'Bad Blood." (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Sketchbook: As The Post's Tehran correspondent awaits a verdict in an Iranian prison, friends and colleagues stand (and run) in solidarity.

The liquor-infused show “Drunk History” looks at the rivalry between two 19th-century paleontologists.

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Whitaker urges lawmakers to speak out for young people

Oscar-winning actor and U.N. goodwill ambassador Forest Whitaker urged world lawmakers on Monday to speak out to help former child soldiers in Uganda, South Sudan and Myanmar, gang members in Mexico and the United States, and orphans in Syria and other countries.

American anti-dolphin-hunt activist arrested in Japan

Anti-dolphin-hunt campaigner Ric O’Barry was being held in western Japan on Tuesday after being arrested the previous night for not carrying his passport.

Los Angeles poised to vote on 2024 Olympic plan

A month after Boston’s bid for the 2024 Olympic Games collapsed, Los Angeles appears on the verge of stepping in as the replacement U.S. candidate.

Wes Craven's body of work has struck fear in the hearts of movie goers, and turned mundane, everyday tasks into perilous leaps of faith.

As The Post's veteran comics producer departs, Comic Riffs takes a closer, two-part look at applying a taste test to newspaper comics.

As Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj sang their way to forgiveness on the Video Music Awards stage after a summer Twitter fight, host Miley Cyrus found herself in hot water after bashing the "Anaconda" singer. Here are the other highlights from the 2015 VMAs.

During the day, mosh pits emerged; later, Chance the Rapper moved the crowd like a latter-day James Brown.

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The duo did individual sets and battle-style songs at CocoCabana to save the genre — and signal solo careers.

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In Jonathan Evison’s effervescent novel, a widow embarks on a cruise that’s unexpectedly revelatory.

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His performing career may be over at 93, but the Belgian-born jazz giant is still a towering figure in the music.

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Can the hyper-urban music festival maintain its edge as it moves out to the suburbs of Maryland?

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Nick decides to reboot his political career in the “Show Me a Hero” finale.

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PBS’s “Big Blue Live,” “Todrick” on MTV premieres, and Gov. Chris Christie stops by ‘Jimmy Fallon.”

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MTV's Video Music Awards has had its share of controversial moments over the years, and this year's cast of attendees makes for another year full of surprises.

A worthy crown to Terry Pratchett’s phenomenal artistic achievement.

At 75, the comedian is back on the big screen in her first starring role in almost 30 years.

There’s a Victorian vibe to Justine Otto’s art, on display at the Goethe-Institut.

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“The General in the Garden” chronicles the president’s green thumb.

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From Page 1 of Mark Ribowsky’s book, you’ll be whistling “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay.”

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The film “Letter to God” is among the international offerings at this year’s DC Shorts Film Festival.

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