Has the pandemic affected how you navigate your closest relationships? We want to know.
The Netflix series does an exceptional job reckoning with the legacy of the beloved princess. But reporters who covered her when she was still alive say she'll always be a mystery.
The game show host had revealed his pancreatic cancer diagnosis last year.
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File Positions under “the horniest music of the year.”
Even with historic turnout projected for this election, some eligible voters are still opting out.
"Nothing and no one is getting in the way of our joy and our vote!"
The top Trump aide told CNN that the administration was not going to control the pandemic as coronavirus cases surge across the country.
The Instagram account quickly became one of the most prominent platforms in the celebrity gossip arena, but it has attracted criticism for the way it covers LGBTQ celebrities.
It’s one of the most important elections in modern history, but some people are still sitting it out.
The singer’s new memoir delves into the reasons for her over-the-top persona.
On Monday night’s Verzuz faceoff, the two iconic ‘90s singers left the past behind.
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Many statements from celebrities and brands about George Floyd’s death and Black Lives Matter protests feel like hollow attempts to be on the right side of history.
"If we do not open up by the 30th of [May], I will be doing hair in my house. At this point, we have no income.”
The artist's Instagram post ignores the contributions many women of color have made to the kind of confessional music Del Rey claims to have popularized.
The new Netflix drama is supposed to be a progressive reenvisioning of classic 1940s Hollywood. But the fantasy feels superficial. (Spoilers ahead.)
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Through TikTok, actor Tabitha Brown has found her way to more than 2 million viewers' hearts — and stomachs.
“If you’d asked me before quarantine, I would’ve told you there was no hope.”