A presidential bid by a celebrity Russian TV host has drawn conflicting reaction from the nation's beleaguered opposition, with some accusing her of playing into the Kremlin hands and others welcoming her bid.
Actress Mayim Bialik says she's "truly sorry for causing so much pain" with her New York Times opinion piece that critics suggested put blame on women who've accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and sexual harassment.
A former professional boxer who once fought heavyweight Mike Tyson has received probation for a fatal shooting that happened after bus passengers in Cleveland challenged him to a fistfight and then followed him off the bus.
The Yves Saint Laurent museum has opened its doors to the public in Marrakech, the Moroccan city beloved by the fashion designer, less than three weeks since the inauguration of a Paris-based museum also dedicated to him.
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A film industry discussion in Santa Fe is mixing business with politics, as author and producer George R.R. Martin sits down with film-industry experts and a prominent Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
Johnny Depp delighted fans at Disneyland with a surprise appearance as Captain Jack Sparrow, his character from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Repeating lines from the movies and interacting with theme park visitors, this promotion comes ahead of the series' fifth installment, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which is released May 29.
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Johnny Depp surprises fans at Disneyland as Captain Jack Sparrow
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