The Grammy-winning Eilish returns, at 19, with deft arrangements and assured songwriting.

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The decision came after the 29-year-old rapper directed comments against those in the LGBTQ community and people with HIV/AIDS during his set at the Rolling Loud festival.

This month’s list includes a surprisingly serious turn from comedian Cecily Strong and a noir thriller set in 1970s Mexico City.


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After court victories, Michael Jackson estate eyes revival

Michael Jackson’s legacy never left, but a kind of comeback is coming

'Toxic' podcast explores Britney Spears conservatorship

Comedians Tess Barker and Barbara Gray used to scrutinize Britney Spears’ Instagram account on a podcast called “Britney’s Gram,” but changed course in 2019 to do a deep dive into the singer’s conservatorship

Amanda Knox blasts film 'Stillwater' for exploiting her case

Amanda Knox is speaking out about her name being associated with the new film “Stillwater,” saying any connection rips off “my story without my consent at the expense of my reputation.”

‘The Turnout’ is tightly choreographed thriller set in a hothouse ballet studio

  • Suzanne Berne
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“The Roots, we are America’s band, we are Black America’s band. We occupy one of the most unique spaces in the world of music.”

His audiokinetic sculptures were a combination of engineering, artistry and humor.

Houston's cover, recorded for "The Bodyguard" in 1992, became a global sensation 18 years after Parton penned the song.

After being stuck at home for a year or more, you will feel the wind in your hair with these films.

Saturday, July 31, 2021 & Sunday, August 1, 2021 | “Naked and Afraid” returns on Discovery

He was one of the Dominican Republic’s most beloved musicians, known for up-tempo hits including “Patacón Pisao” and “¿Pitaste?”

Instead of singing her soul out, the Swedish pop star looks to the strangeness inside.

Backlash to DaBaby's homophobic comments arrives just as Lil Nas X's music video made the topic a major conversation in hip-hop.

The new mandates will affect 21 shows running between now and Oct. 31.

“Death’s Door” is very much a love letter to the old Zelda games. Its mechanics are satisfying in a chip-off-the-old block way.

  • Christopher Byrd
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The comedian shared jokes about the Olympian's sexual assault and her mental health.

Masks are once again required at D.C. museums.

In the new book “The Family Firm,” the controversial economics professor shares how to use meetings, rules and data to sort out parenting decisions.

Josh Duggar’s molestation accusations led to the Duggar family’s first show being canceled, and TLC just scrapped the spin-off after his arrest on child pornography possession charges.

Photographer Maureen O’Leary’s book “Record” captures the “muted purpose” of government buildings and the unnamed workers who fill them.

Dystopian imagery looks 100 years ahead where nature fights to survive

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