Nicholas Lloyd Webber, son of famed composer, dies at 43
Nicholas Lloyd Webber, the Grammy-nominated composer, record producer and eldest son of Andrew Lloyd Webber, died Saturday in England after a protracted battle with gastric cancer and pneumonia. He was 43.
Protests erupt in NYC — not for Trump but for 'The Joker'
Throngs of protesters gathered at the courthouse steps, chanting for freedom for their embattled hero. Police kept watch as passions flared and voices roared. Squad cars and television trucks encircled the commotion.
Former 'Family Feud' contestant charged in wife's slaying
A former contestant on the long-running television game show ''Family Feud'' has been charged with first-degree murder and home invasion in the slaying of his estranged wife in western Illinois.
Mexican kid's comic Xavier López, 'Chabelo,' dies at 88
Xavier López, a Mexican children's comic better known by his stage name ''Chabelo,'' has died at 88, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wrote Saturday.
Today in History: March 25, Fire kills 146 garment workers
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Rwanda frees Paul Rusesabagina of 'Hotel Rwanda' fame
Rwanda's government has commuted the 25-year sentence of Paul Rusesabagina, who inspired the film ''Hotel Rwanda'' for saving hundreds of countrymen from genocide but was convicted of terrorism offenses years later in a widely criticized trial.
Reese Witherspoon, Jim Toth announce plans to divorce
Reese Witherspoon and her husband say they are divorcing after nearly 12 years of marriage.
Review: Depeche Mode face down the abyss in 'Memento Mori'
''Memento Mori" by Depeche Mode (Columbia Records) And then there were only two. Depeche Mode have always been a genre unto itself: a vibe, a sort of feedback loop that is timeless yet nostalgic, dark, edgy, a little too dark sometimes but always so cool. Their 15th studio album titled ''Memento Mori'' (Latin for "remember you will die") feels both like a tribute to founding member and keyboardist Andy Fletcher who died in May 2022 and left them a duo (Dave Gahan and Martin Gore) and a mission statement of their music.
Today in History: March 24, Exxon Valdez crashes in Alaska
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Prince William thanks Poland for generosity to Ukrainians
Britain's Prince William paid tribute on Thursday to Poles who lost their lives in past wars, and expressed gratitude to the nation for what it is doing today to provide humanitarian and military support to Ukraine.
Lindsay Lohan, other celebs settle with SEC over crypto case
Actress Lindsay Lohan, rapper Akon and several other celebrities have agreed to pay tens of thousands of dollars to settle claims they promoted crypto investments to their millions of social media followers without disclosing they were being paid to do so.
Musicians fight threat of Tennessee anti-LGBTQ, drag bills
When Tennessee lawmakers passed legislation this month targeting drag performances and transgender youth, many musicians living and working in the state felt their community, their audiences and their artistic expressions were also under fire.
Stylist Law Roach working on his health post-retirement
Celebrity stylist Law Roach, who helped reinvent Zendaya and turned Celine Dion into a fashion icon, shocked the industry last week when he announced his retirement from dressing the rich and famous.
Kim Raver on how 'Grey's Anatomy' puts women at center
not only does the long-running hospital drama cover contentious topics like abortion, but it also offers women on the show a chance to expand their roles behind the scenes.
Once a TV show, 'Smash' to make its Broadway bow in 2024
The glitzy, fictional Broadway musical about the life of Marilyn Monroe that formed the heart of the TV show ''Smash'' will make the leap to an actual Broadway stage next season.
Springsteen, Kaling, Louis-Dreyfus among 22 honored by Biden
President Joe Biden welcomed a high-wattage collection of singers, authors, artists and humanitarians to the White House on Tuesday to present them with medals — and then stole the show himself with a quip about seeking reelection.
The top 10 audiobooks on Audible.com
Nonfiction 1. Atomic Habits by James Clear, narrated by the author (Penguin Audio) 2. Spare by Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, narrated by the author (Random House Audio) 3. Michelle Obama: The Light Podcast by Michelle Obama, narrated by the author (Audible Originals) 4. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F(asterisk)ck by Mark Manson, narrated by Roger Wayne (HarperAudio) 5. Never Finished by David Goggins, narrated by the author, Adam Skolnick and Jacqueline Gardner (Lioncrest Publishing) 6. Saved by Benjamin Hall, narrated by the author (HarperAudio) 7. I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy, narrated by the author (Simon & Schuster Audio) 8. Paris by Paris Hilton, narrated by the author (HarperAudio) 9. Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins, narrated by the author and Adam Skolnick (Lioncrest Publishing) 10. 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson, narrated by the author (Random House Canada)
'Succession' star Sarah Snook pregnant with 1st child
''Succession'' star Sarah Snook had a surprise reveal at the show's season four premiere — she is pregnant with her first child.
Jury convicts 3 of murder in death of rapper XXXTentacion
Three men were found guilty of first-degree murder on Monday in the 2018 killing of star rapper XXXTentacion, who was shot outside a South Florida motorcycle shop while being robbed of $50,000.
'Ted Lasso' visits White House, promotes mental health care
Fictional soccer coach Ted Lasso used a White House visit Monday to encourage people, even in politically divided Washington, to make it a point to check in often with friends, family and co-workers to "ask how they're doing, and listen, sincerely,''