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The Disney Legend, now 75, also opened up about her six-year marriage to a man 32 years her senior.
A book authored by South African Nobel Peace Prize laureate and retired archbishop Desmond Tutu was a top seller at an auction to celebrate his 90th birthday, his representatives announced Thursday.
Billie Eilish says that she lost social media followers after she started dressing in a more revealing manner.
Dr. Nada Fadul, Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
TBS announced that “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” has been renewed for a seventh season. The network also renewed its first look deal with Bee’s production company Swimsuit Competition, which aims to develop original content while discovering new talent. Bee’s late night talk show will move from its current Wednesday slot to Thursday nights in […]
Scott Cooper’s horror thriller “Antlers” is finally ready to trot. The Searchlight Pictures release, delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, will bow as the closing night film of the annual Beyond Fest. After, it will continue rolling out at global genre festivals including Fantastic Fest, the Telluride Horror Show, and Sitges Film Festival. The tour will […]
During the White House briefing on Thursday, press secretary Jen Psaki defended the administration’s handling of COVID-19, the withdrawal from Afghanistan, passing an infrastructure bill and other issues. Psaki said, “We’re in the middle of navigating and weathering storms and dealing with crises. That’s what a president should do. That’s what an administration should do. We’re not going to shy away from that.”
“No Time to Die” director, Cary Fukunaga, describes how Daniel Craig's last Bond film attempts to bring the franchise into the post #MeToo era, and takes explicit aim at the Connery films in the process.
Heater check!. With a 10-2 outright underdog record, this week is a risk picking two ugly, ugly dogs.
A follow-up to "Tiger King," the documentary series that captivated millions around the world in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, will be released this year, Netflix said Thursday.
A young dog from Victoria, Australia, has a habit of stealing away with rolls of toilet paper, with video footage showing the 12-month-old pup going walkabout with the unusual plaything in its mouth.The dog, who goes by the name of Tuppit, was captured on camera by owner Daniel Cameron, who told Storyful that it’s not only toilet paper that Tuppit keeps an eye out for.The dog, he said, “gets up to mischief, going to people’s camps and pinching socks and face washers and thongs and things.” Credit: Daniel Cameron via Storyful
Michele Schneider, Marketgauge.com Partner and Director of Trading Research & Education, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the moves in the market following the September FOMC meeting and Evergrande crisis, the bond market, and crypto.
Labour has called on the government to reverse plans to cut Universal Credit payments
YouTube Originals acquired “Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers,” which will launch on the streamer later this year. The documentary offers a deep dive into a condensed period of creativity and freedom (between 1993 and 1995) for the legendary, titular rock star and looks at his creation of his “Wildflowers” album. […]
Carlos the Jackal, the Venezuelan militant behind some of the biggest attacks of the 1970s and 1980s, failed on Thursday to have one of his three life sentences in France reduced.
In a new interview promoting "The Starling," Melissa McCarthy says she still doesn't understand the level of hate her "Ghostbusters" film drew in 2016.
Ryder Cup victory could leave an indelible mark on either European captain Padraig Harrington or his US counterpart Steve Stricker.
The American Civil Liberties Union and 26 other civil rights and advocacy groups wrote to top lawmakers Thursday to urge support for a $1 billion boost in funding for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which is included in a $3.5 trillion spending proposal. In the letter to Democratic and Republican leaders of both Houses of Congress, the groups said the money would be a boon to the "under-funded and understaffed" agency, which was created to protect consumers. The FTC has picked up the job of pushing corporations to better protect consumer data and privacy as it enforces rules against deceptive practices.
Each year, 8 million tons of plastic — the equivalent of a garbage truck load every minute — is dumped into the ocean.
Bayern Munich may have accumulated 31 German titles and six European crowns in their glorious history but Friday's modest opponents Greuther Fuerth can at least boast the support of the former right-hand man of two US presidents, Henry Kissinger.