"He's good at what he does, without a doubt," Tony Bennett said.
'One Night In Miami' director Regina King has defends casting Kingsley Ben-Adir as Malcolm X.
Roanoke Valley school systems on Thursday sought to support students, providing resources to families and educators seeking to explain the violence that happened at the U.S. Capitol.
In a call Saturday with Georgia's secretary of state, Trump suggested the Republican "find" enough votes to hand him the victory. Here's a look at Trump's claims and how they compare with the facts.
M. Night Shyamalan feels that his style of directing is too "introspective" to helm a major Marvel or DC Comics film.
Music icon Dionne Warwick has admitted she finds her Queen-of-Twitter title "amusing".
Kelly Clarkson redecorated her house after her divorce from Brandon Blackstock.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, made two phone calls to a lonely and isolated pensioner named Len during the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, to give him someone to talk to.
Kelly Clarkson says the most "horrible" part of her divorce is the kids.
It’s fine to say, “Dear, ask your Uncle Al about his work as a CPA.” But it’s best to be more systematic. Bloomberg, the world’s largest business news organization, and its fabulous weekly magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, feature countless companies you and your child have probably never heard of, and those firms have jobs you’ve likely never imagined. Make it a monthly conversation (you can save up a few articles on interesting employers) to discuss what each of you has read.
The new program, which meets weekly, is coordinated by Cherie Dunford, a Pembroke chaplain who’s been training over the past year to become a facilitator and organizer with Living Free, a national faith-based nonprofit.
Radford University's Terrance Shepherd was participating in an Alicia Keys online event, and he suddenly found himself playing some music for her.
John Boyega revealed that he had an "transparent, honest" conversation about representation in 'Star Wars' with LucasFilm President Kathleen Kennedy.