The pop megastar deleted all of her social-media accounts and her website Friday, sparking a frenzy.

Not everyone approved of her sheetcake commentary about Charlottesville.

Nashville singers have largely been silent about current events since the election. This week, things were different.

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There used to be a lot of aimless meandering -- but it led to exciting adventures and meaningful alliances.

An actor from Springfield, Va., grows up to be a Rodgers and Hammerstein King.

The events in Charlottesville and the ongoing fallout continue to dominate late-night comedy, where hosts have gone from serious to harshly ripping President Trump for his response.

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Tuesday's episode had one message: The show is blameless for any controversy.

For the second night in a row, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and the others did not hold back.

It was a rare, lengthy speech for the comedian, who is becoming more political.

A major cast change for a major Broadway hit

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