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Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
Trump 2024 could be American democracy's zero hour


NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
Stephen King Pays His Dues in a ‘One Last Job' Novel
In "Billy Summers," a hired killer and aspiring writer is lured from the brink of retirement with a lucrative assignment.

NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
A Story Collection Steeped in Colombia's Troubled History
"Songs for the Flames," by Juan Gabriel Vasquez, is a book about the power of secrets, held by characters touched by war and trauma.

NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
Zazie Beetz Grew Up With Shel Silverstein and Nina Simone
The "Atlanta" actress talks about her latest film, "Nine Days," her desire to become a doula, her love affair with all things French, and how Debussy and Lianne La Havas got her through some difficult times.

Billboard Music NewsAug 03, 2021
The Weeknd Teases New Single ‘Take My Breath' In Olympics Promo
The new dawn is coming this Friday, and it's called "Take My Breath."

NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
Tao Lin and the Grueling Art of Self-Healing
In "Leave Society," Lin's new novel, a writer abandons speed, despair and his belief in Western medicine. But he still wants a fix, to fix himself.

VultureAug 03, 2021
The Weeknd Announces New Single, ‘Take My Breath'
Out this Friday!

Billboard Music NewsAug 03, 2021
Lil Baby Eyes His Legacy: ‘My Life Feels Like a Responsibility'
Hit singles and high-profile collaborations made Lil Baby a star. Community outreach made him a hero. As he grows his business, the onetime Atlanta hustler is still putting in the work -- and staying true to who he has always been.

AV Club FilmsAug 03, 2021
Kate Hudson joins podcaster Octavia Spencer in the trailer for Truth Be Told season 2
Poppy Parnell is back for seconds. As played by Octavia Spencer, the podcasting sleuth from Truth Be Told, Parnell is on the hunt for her old friend's husband's killer, and she's using her podcast to do it in the second season of the AppleTV series. That friend, surprisingly enough, is played by Kate Hudson in what…

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Yahoo! BooksAug 03, 2021
Four police officers who responded to Capitol riot have died by suicide


Yahoo! BooksAug 03, 2021
Idaho lawmaker defends sharing identity of rape accuser on social media and in newsletter


BBC Entertainment & ArtsAug 03, 2021
Queer Eye star Tan France welcomes first child via surrogate
The Queer Eye star reveals he and his husband Rob have become parents to their first son Ismail.

Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
‘No one's invincible': fresh mask mandates and rising Delta cases hit California


Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
A missing Belarusian activist's body was found in a park in Ukraine, and police are investigating if it was a 'murder disguised as a suicide'


Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
The Haitian president's assassins appeared to identify him by confirming he was 'tall, skinny, and Black' on a phone call before killing him, wife says


Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
Want to make Jim Jordan sing about the Capitol attack? Ask Jefferson Davis


Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
Seoul: North Korea releases army rice reserves amid shortage


USA Today: BooksAug 03, 2021
Sarah, Duchess of York channels history of rebellion, royalty and red hair into debut novel
"Her Heart for a Compass" might take place in the Victorian era, but the similarities between the characters and author Sarah Ferguson are striking.       

NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
‘Pray Away' Review: Atoning for an Anti-Gay Stance
In this documentary, people who had promoted the idea that sexual orientation could be changed express their regrets.

Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
Japan shelters Belarusian sprinter who sought to flee at the Olympics


Yahoo! ArtsAug 03, 2021
'People who do not want to be vaccinated may go elsewhere': Court backs Indiana University mandate


NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
Osama bin Laden, the Fanatical Terrorist and the Devoted Family Man
With fresh material from bin Laden's hide-out, Peter Bergen, in "The Rise and Fall of Osama bin Laden," gives us a three-dimensional portrait.

NYTimes ArtsAug 03, 2021
A Political Prisoner Restores His Mind by Talking to a Frog
In "The President and the Frog," by Carolina De Robertis, a thinly veiled version of a former Uruguayan leader reflects on a dark period in history.

Yahoo! BooksAug 03, 2021
Death, Hazmat investigation under investigation near Boston hotel


Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2021
Crowded Lollapalooza music festival could bring cascade of Covid cases, experts warn


VultureAug 02, 2021
Ted Bundy: American Bogeyman Trailer: Chad Michael Murray Can't Make Murder Hot
Please, for the love of all that is good, stop trying.

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Chad Michael Murray Stars as Ted Bundy in New Trailer for ‘American Boogeyman' (Rolling Stone Movie News)

Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2021
Sen. Lindsey Graham may have exposed multiple senators to COVID-19 on Joe Manchin's DC houseboat


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Lindsey Graham gathered with lawmakers on Joe Manchin's houseboat prior to positive COVID-19 test (Yahoo! Arts)

Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2021
Trump to fight release of tax returns to Congress


Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2021
Groom still in his wedding tux accused of shooting two, including bride's alleged lover, in mid-traffic dispute


AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Katie meets the some of the parents in an extremely dramatic Bachelorette "Hometowns"
Heads-up, y'all: I am coming to you live from Long Beach, Indiana, where I am holed up in a beachhouse with my 14-year-old daughter and four of her friends. So I have a few helpers watching The Bachelorette with me this week, the kind that groan in pain whenever there's kissing (and obviously, there was a lot of…

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AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Colin and Casey Jost to bring that lovable Jost energy to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
It seems like only yesterday when Donatello, Michaelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael first came Out Of The Shadows. Well, as the kids say, ready to feel old? The last Ninja Turtles movie came out five whole years ago. Surely, that's too long to go without ooze—let alone the ooze's many secrets (the secret is, the ooze…

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AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump wrote the music for an upcoming Spider-Man cartoon
According to Billboard, Fall Out Boy member Patrick Stump "created all the music" for an upcoming Disney Junior series called Marvel's Spidey And His Amazing Friends, and while the show itself certainly seems like it's targeting a significantly younger audience than the average Spider-Man thing Stump makes it sound…

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Yahoo! ArtsAug 02, 2021
With peak hurricane season fast approaching, NHC tracks new disturbance in far east


VultureAug 02, 2021
Adult Man-Turtles Casey and Colin Jost to Adapt TMNT
A scientist spilled goo onto a turtle in his lab and it formed another Jost brother, Casey.

AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
The "Rumors" are true, Lizzo has a new single coming out
Lizzo, the songstress who made her name by writing bops, playing the flute, and twerking—sometimes all at once—will return with her first single in 2 years. The "Jerome" singer announces her newest single "Rumors," will be released on August 13.

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AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Which Saturday Night Live cast members are coming back next season?
Live from New York, it's the limbo phase for Saturday Night Live cast members who are still working out deals for the upcoming season. SNL usually renews contracts or adds new players during the late summer, just before a new season premieres in fall. The season 46 finale, hosted by Anya Taylor-Joy, left things up in…

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Playbill NewsAug 02, 2021
Watch Director Sammi Cannold in a Behind-the-Scenes Look From The Show Must Go On
The documentary will premiere on August 9 at Broadway's Majestic Theatre.

Billboard Music NewsAug 02, 2021
A ‘New Era' of Lizzo Is Coming, Ushered In By New ‘Rumors' Single
Lizzo is feeling new as hell, as the pop star finally announced her first new single in two years, "Rumors," will be released later this month.

AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Governors Ball drops DaBaby from their lineup one day after Lollapalooza cancels his set
Rapper DaBaby's career continues to take hit after hit as New York's Governors Ball drops him from their forthcoming fall festival after his homophobic and sexist comments at last weekend's Rolling Loud Miami festival. This is the second music festival DaBaby has been dropped from in the last 24 hours, preceded by …

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The trailer for Money Heist's final season sets up one last score (AV Club Films)

AV Club FilmsAug 02, 2021
Prime Mates, a podcast about pop-culture monkeys, tackles the mystery of playground slides that erupt from the breasts of a giant gorilla
Hosts Josh Gwynn and Tracy Clayton are back to give their shade-throwing two cents on great (and not-so-great) moments in African American pop-culture history. For the second-season opener, they do an amusing deep dive on how people greet each other, specifically with their hands. Of course, this was brought on by the…

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BBC Entertainment & ArtsAug 01, 2021
DaBaby dropped by US music festival Lollapalooza
The Chicago festival is the latest to cut ties, after the rapper's derogatory comments about people with HIV.

VultureAug 01, 2021
Tyler, the Creator and His Alter Egos Put On a Lollapalooza Set Like No One Else
The Call Me If You Get Lost era continues to give.

USA Today: BooksAug 01, 2021
Master of crime, too? Stephen King hits the mark with assassination thriller 'Billy Summers'
Master of horror Stephen King also happens to be a virtuosic crime novelist as well with 'Billy Summers,' about an assassin whose last job goes awry.       

AV Club FilmsJul 29, 2021
Jessica Walter gets the last, best laugh in this new Archer trailer
Archer comes back next month (specifically, on August 25 on FXX, and a day later on its associated FX On Hulu brand), bringing back everyone's favorite no-longer-in-a-coma super spy for a 12th season of being unsure whether we're all still doing phrasing. FX released a trailer for the show's upcoming season online…

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Time EntertainmentJul 23, 2021
The Tokyo Olympics' Somber Opening Ceremony Was Saved—Barely—by the Athletes
It's not hard to imagine Japan one-upping its predecessors with the most elaborate, colorful pop spectacle of all time. Yet Tokyo's Olympics opened on a far more somber, muted note

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsJul 09, 2021
'Snake Eyes' Tickets, Now on Sale, Plus Watch Exclusive "Prepare for Battle" Featurette


Tickets are now on sale to watch Snake Eyes, a dynamic experience just waiting to unfold before your eyes, ears and senses in theaters everywhere. Henry Golding stars as the titular character, a spectacular fighter whose past is shrouded in mystery. After exhibiting his talents in behalf of his friend (Andrew Koji), Snake Eyes is invited to receive training by a clan of fighters in a secret location, where he learns of a worldwide mission that will test his purpose, determination and fighting...

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USA Today: BooksJun 29, 2021
New books from Sally Rooney, Stephen King and Colson Whitehead are great for summer reading
This summer brings can't-wait-to-read books from Stephen King, Sally Rooney, Brandon Taylor, Mary L. Trump, Mena Suvari and more.       

Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsMay 20, 2021
‘Final Account': An Oral History of a Broken, Brainwashed Nation
A collection of interviews with the last generation of Germans who lived through the Third Reich doubles as an urgent reminder to keep history from repeating itself

CNBC Media NewsJan 24, 2020
The number of female CEOs is increasing—but here are the big problems standing in their way
Women account for just 6% of CEOs at the 500 largest American companies, and there is evidence that women who are appointed to the top job aren't necessarily set up for success.

People Top HeadlinesApr 10, 2018
Woman Drunkenly Slammed Into Homeless Man — Then Kept Driving With Body in Front Seat: Reports
A California woman reportedly faces the possibility of life in prison after jurors convicted her last week of murdering a homeless man in 2016 when she drunkenly struck him with her car — then continued down the road for more than a mile with his dead body in the seat next to her.

Esteysi "Stacy" Sanchez, 31, will be sentenced on May 31 to 15 years to life behind bars in the death of 69-year-old Jack Ray Tenhulzen, the San Diego Tribune reports.

Sanchez was found guilty on Friday of second-degree murder as well as gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and hit and run.

Tenhulzen was mowed down along Mission Avenue in San Diego County early on June 27, 2016, as he walked on the sidewalk, according to the Tribune.

While Tenhulzen died immediately in the collision — his body smashed through the passenger side of the windshield — Sanchez did not stop driving.

Little more than a mile later, she parked her vehicle a block from her home and walked the rest of the way, according to the Tribune.

Jurors reportedly took a day to reach their verdict.

While Sanchez had no prior drunk-driving infractions, according to local TV station KSWB, prosecutors argued she committed murder given that evidence showed friends warned her not to drive home, according to the Tribune.

San Diego Deputy District Attorney Robert Bruce was happy jurors agreed.



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