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Dress Marilyn Monroe wore to announce separation to be auctioned

The black dress that a distraught Marilyn Monroe wore to a 1954 press conference announcing her separation from baseball legend Joe DiMaggio less than a year after she married him is going up for auction. Read More

Red carpet nixed after Liam Neeson reveals racist thoughts

The red carpet for the premiere of Liam Neeson’s latest film was canceled today, a day after a British newspaper published an interview in which the actor discussed wanting to kill a random black person nearly 40 years ago when a close friend told him she had been raped by a black man. Read More

Adam Levine’s Super Bowl nipple reveal prompts backlash

The bare-chested moment Sunday had some feminists and Janet Jackson supporters focused on how male and female nipples are treated differently in life. Read More

Grammy nominee 21 Savage now a high-profile immigration detainee

Last week, 21 Savage was a 26-year-old rapper firmly ingrained in the Atlanta hip hop scene, a young man with a headlining spot at State Farm Arena in the run-up to the Super Bowl and two fresh Grammy nominations. Read More

Historians irked by musical ‘Hamilton’ escalate their duel

Ever since the historical musical began its march to near-universal infatuation, one group has noticeable withheld its applause — historians. Many academics argue the onstage portrait of Alexander Hamilton is a counterfeit. Now they’re escalating their fight. Read More

More Grammy nominees makes winning a greater challenge

When the Grammys added more nominees to its top four categories, the Recording Academy said the expansion would add more “flexibility” for voters. But the change also made it harder for any one nominee to win. Read More

Liam Neeson admits he wanted to kill after friend was raped

Liam Neeson says he’s ashamed to admit he had violent thoughts about killing a black person after learning that someone close to him had been raped. Read More

Super Bowl ad winners: Bud Light, Amazon

This year some of the Super Bowl ads that grabbed the greatest buzz were surprises, like Bud Light’s “Game of Thrones” teaser. Other crowd-pleasers focused on humor, like Amazon’s take on celebrity product testers. Read More

Review: Maroon 5’s halftime show was basic

There’s a number of words you could use to describe Maroon 5’s halftime show performance: Empty. Boring. Basic. Sleepy. Skippable. Unfulfilling. Unnecessary. Read More

Smollett tells audience ‘I will only stand for love’ after attack

Jussie Smollett was blunt, emotional and defiantly determined at a Southern California concert some urged him not to play, telling the crowd before singing a note that he had to go on with the show because he couldn’t let his attackers win. Read More

‘Glass’ stays at No. 1, while ‘Miss Bala’ opens in third

With the distraction of the Super Bowl, freezing temperatures across North America and only one big new release, movie going audiences largely took the weekend off from the theaters in what is estimated to be the lowest-earning Super Bowl weekend in nearly two decades. Read More

Rapper 6ix9ine acknowledges gang membership, pleads guilty

Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is cooperating with federal prosecutors after pleading guilty to nine crimes and saying he joined a violent New York City gang and helped others try to kill a rival gang member. Read More

‘Empire’ actor says account of attack has been consistent

“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett said today that he has been “consistent on every level” with the police during their investigation into what he says was a racist and homophobic attack on him in downtown Chicago earlier this week. Read More



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