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A romantic marriage proposal captured the hearts of the Emmy audience _ and deflected attention from a lack of diversity among the winners.
The pinks had it on Emmys gold carpet, led by Tracee Ellis Ross, with a heavy dose of yellow.
Guns and grizzlies: Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' rocky confirmation hearing turned into theater play.
As Emmy Award nominees nervously wait to hear their name called, or not, there's more on the line at tonight's ceremony than personal glory.
"The Predator" topped the North American box office despite controversy over the casting of registered sex offender, but ticket sales were still modest for the new $88 million installment in the action sci-fi franchise.
Henry Winkler has won his first Emmy more than four decades after he was first nominated for his role as the Fonz in "Happy Days.".
The Latest: Security readies Emmy Awards golden carpet for deluge of stars.
Leave it to an awards-show director to create the most talked-about moment on the Emmys. Oscars director Glenn Weiss took the opportunity after his win to propose to his girlfriend to the surprise of the celebrity-filled audience.
Jenifer Lewis of "black-ish" fame stands with Nike as the fashion parade at the Emmys gets under way.
A creepy, whiteface character from the FX hit series "Atlanta" has been seated in the front row and taking selfies at the Emmy Awards.
A scuffle at a pre-Emmys bash between Tom Arnold and a producer of "The Apprentice" has led to an exchange on social media.
The Latest: Police say Tom Arnold has filed a police report over spat with 'The Apprentice' producer.
Sean Penn says much of the spirit of the #MeToo movement is to "divide men and women.".
Christopher Kane and Burberry are highlights on a crowded London Fashion Week schedule.
Bill Cosby's wife wants a Pennsylvania ethics board to investigate the judge set to sentence her husband next week on felony sex assault charges.
text Correction: Obit-Marin Mazzie story
Thu, 13 Sep 2018 15:34:00 EDT
A three-time Tony Award nominee known for powerhouse performances on Broadway in "Ragtime," "Passion" and "Kiss Me, Kate," has died at age 57.
An Alaska man found with the cellphone of a missing 10-year-old girl was charged Monday in connection with her death after GPS coordinates of where the phone had traveled led authorities to the girl's body.
Soon-Yi Previn, the wife of Woody Allen and the estranged adopted daughter of Mia Farrow, has spoken publicly about her turbulent life for the first time in decades.
Carrie Underwood says she turned to God after experiencing three miscarriages in the past two years.
A witness says a camel that injured seven people at a Pittsburgh circus apparently became spooked when a child threw a shovel at its feet.
text Rich sales for 'Crazy Rich Asians' books
Mon, 17 Sep 2018 09:27:00 EDT
Crazy Rich Asians' isn't just a hit at the box office: Kevin Kwan's novel and its two follow-ups have sold more than 1 million copies this year.
Chrissy Teigen says people have been mispronouncing her last name for years, and she hasn't corrected them.
Actress Diane Neal will be on the November ballot as an independent congressional candidate in a sprawling upstate New York district after winning a court case over her petition signatures.
Peter Farrelly's 'Green Book' wins audience award at Toronto International Film Festival, confirming its status as an Oscar favorite.
"The Predator" is at the top of the box office food chain in its first weekend in theaters while a "A Simple Favor" exceeded expectations.
A Montana photographer is suing Netflix, alleging the company violated copyright law by using one of his photos without permission to create storm images for the series "Stranger Things" and the movie "How It Ends.".
Victoria Beckham has brought her fashion brand home to London Fashion Week for the first time to mark a decade in the business.
Seven people, most of them children, were injured when a startled camel started bucking during a Pittsburgh circus.
A member of Russian protest group Pussy Riot is being treated in Berlin after falling severely ill, with fellow activists saying he was poisoned.
A Belgian court has ruled that Spanish rapper Valtonyc should not be sent back to Spain, where he was sentenced to prison accused of writing lyrics that praise terror groups and insult the royal family.
text 'X-Files' actor Peter Donat dead at 90
Sat, 15 Sep 2018 17:26:00 EDT
Peter Donat, the Canadian actor who played Agent Fox Mulder's father in "The X-Files" and had roles in TV shows, films and onstage, has died.
President Donald Trump's former chief strategist says he's surprised the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment hasn't had more of an impact on corporate America.
Two dancers have been fired from the New York City Ballet amid accusations that they were part of a ring of male dancers who inappropriately shared nude photos and videos of women.
Leaders from the East African nations of Ethiopia and Eritrea are to sign an agreement in Saudi Arabia as the two countries ease tensions after decades of hostilities.
Brad Keselowski has earned his third consecutive NASCAR Cup series victory after persevering through a wreck-filled afternoon and roaring away from the field in overtime to claim the playoff-opening race.
Tennis star Serena Williams talked about her fashion business, not tennis fouls during an appearance before a business convention in Las Vegas.
Kim K made a splash in her second career start, winning the $100,000 Barretts Debutante at Los Alamitos.
Rihanna's Diamond Ball shined in its fourth year and continued to make a name as one of the industry's white-hot and must-attend parties _ all while raising money for charity.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. says he's coming out of retirement again to fight Manny Pacquiao for 2nd time in December.
Ariana Grande has posted a tribute to her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller a week after the hip-hop star's death, saying she's sorry she couldn't save him.
Anything goes: Day 2 of London Fashion Week heats up with Jasper Conran, Alexa Chung.
Doubles specialist Mike Bryan's decision to come out of Davis Cup retirement gave the United States a much-needed lift.
The ninth time may be the charm for Mexico at the Oscars as Alfonso Cuaron's Roma is the country's selection for a best foreign language film nomination.
Tayari Jones' "An American Marriage" and Tommy Orange's "There There," two of the year's most talked about novels, are on the fiction longlist for the National Book Awards.
The Seattle Seahawks have announced the signing of linebacker Mychal Kendricks despite his recent guilty plea on insider trading charges.
The Metropolitan Opera in New York City will start regular Sunday afternoon performances for the first time in its century-plus history during the 2019-20 season.
A federal prosecutor says there could be more criminal charges brought against the leader of a purported self-help group who's accused of forcing women into having unwanted sex.
Hurricane Florence keeps Marvel's Falcon actor from attending Comic Con Africa.
Argentine authorities say they have seized about $3 million in cameras, lenses and other film equipment stolen in Hollywood and New York.
Emmy hosts Michael Che and Colin Jost aren't concerned about juggling fun and politics at next week's ceremony.
It's the season for Beatles in New York City: Within a week of Paul McCartney playing a surprise show at Grand Central Station, Ringo Starr followed a more old-fashioned path Thursday night.
John Legend, fresh off EGOT-minting Emmy win, is joining NBC's 'The Voice' as a coach.
Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has defeated primary challenger Cynthia Nixon to win his party's nomination for a third term.
Actress Olivia Munn is thanking an outpouring of support online for keeping up her morale following "The Predator" controversy.
Primary voters in New York will soon pick the winner of a spirited and sometimes nasty battle between two-term Gov. Andrew Cuomo and liberal challenger Cynthia Nixon.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and activist actress Cynthia Nixon are making their last campaign appearances as voters decide their Democratic primary race.
The Stars Group has launched mobile sports betting in New Jersey, the latest online gambling company to do so in the rapidly expanding market.
text AP Source: Seahawks to sign Mychal Kendricks
Fri, 14 Sep 2018 11:49:00 EDT
The Seattle Seahawks are expected to sign linebacker Mychal Kendricks to a one-year contract despite his recent guilty plea on insider trading charges.
Country singer Gretchen Wilson has agreed to donate $500 to charity to settle a misdemeanor criminal charge related to a Connecticut airport disturbance last month.
Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes in the first half _ three to A.J. Green _ against a defense that has bedeviled him throughout his career, and the Cincinnati Bengals held on for a 34-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
Former political strategist Steve Schmidt says he joining Showtime's 'The Circus' for shows concentrating on the midterm elections.
By the time the Ravens figured out what they needed to do, they were too far behind and their streak of five straight Thursday night wins was tottering. A second-half comeback wasn't nearly enough as the Cincinnati Bengals held on for a 34-23 victory.
Eurovision Song Contest has announced that next year's competition will be held in Tel Aviv.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills says he's committed to activism 'forever' and will continue taking a knee.
A painting by the British artist David Hockney is expected to sell for at least $80 million at Christie's, easily breaking the record for a work by a living artist sold at auction.
Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan is cheering India's recent decision to strike down its ban on consensual gay sex, calling it "a wonderful step in the right direction.".
Michael Kors is feeling optimistic and his latest collection for spring shows it.
CBS News reporter Jericka Duncan says she was threatened to get a message from '60 Minutes' top executive Jeff Fager to 'be careful' in reporting accusations about him.
Pulitzer Prize winners Natasha Trethewey and Rae Armantrout are among those on the poetry longlist for the National Book Awards.
Actor Kevin Hart has surprised the students of a Dallas high school by dropping in to be principal for a day.
Rihanna unleashes the savage beast in a wild lingerie show of women stalking, writhing.
Marc Jacobs kept his guests waiting for 90 minutes _ an unlikely development given his tendency in recent years to start right on the dot.
Jason Isbell may be the leading nominee for this year's Americana Music Association's Honors and Awards show Wednesday night, but he faces a strong challenge from critical favorites Brandi Carlile and Margo Price.
New York's Democratic primary election for governor is under way _ and the outcome could resonate around the nation; Democrats are picking the winner of a long and sometimes nasty contest between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and activist-actress Cynthia Nixon.
The American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors will merge and form the News Leaders Association.
A television network has aired video of Harvey Weinstein fondling a woman hours before she says he took her to a hotel and raped her.
Jeff Fager, top executive at CBS' '60 Minutes,' is out. He's been under investigation after being accused of groping women at parties and tolerating an abusive workplace.
Business and government leaders hold a different type of climate summit in San Francisco that focuses more on ground level initiatives than treaty negotiations.
Michelle Obama will visit 10 cities to promote her memoir "Becoming," a tour featuring arenas and other performing centers to accommodate crowds likely far too big for any bookstore.
Doctors say a hospitalized member of protest group Pussy Riot may have been poisoned by an overdose of medication.
The granddaughter of a Jewish art collector whose paintings were stolen by the Nazis has been reunited in New York with a Renoir.
When some Russians have been accused of crimes abroad, political and business leaders at home have embraced them and made them celebrities.
Bob Woodward's "Fear" is spreading quickly as Simon & Schuster says Woodward's account of a dysfunctional Trump White House sold more than 750,000 copies through Tuesday, the first day it was in stores.
Warner Bros. says there hasn't been a decision about whether Henry Cavill will return to his role as Superman as part of its DC Comics universe, but there are no current plans for another "Superman" film.
Rap has easily dominated the pop charts and on streaming services in the last few years and that's reflected at the 2018 American Music Awards, where Drake and Cardi B are the leading nominees.
The Latest: Folk singer-songwriter John Prine won artist of the year for the second time in a row at the Americana Music Honors and Awards on Wednesday, while Jason Isbell took home three awards, including album of the year.
"The Tonight Show" canceled an appearance by Norm Macdonald after criticism of his comments about the MeToo movement and fellow comedians Louis C.K. and Roseanne Barr.
An Atlantic City casino owner says he'll take in people fleeing the powerful hurricane due to strike the East Coast this week.
A controversial cartoon of Serena Williams that has been widely condemned as a racist depiction of the tennis great has been reprinted on the front page of an Australian newspaper.
Attorneys for Prince's family have moved their medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against Dr. Michael Schulenberg and others to Carver County.
Eldorado Resorts has been given temporary approval to own Atlantic City's Tropicana casino, part of a $1.85 billion acquisition of Tropicana Entertainment.
Stormy Daniels is telling her story in a new memoir titled "Full Disclosure.".
An attorney in Maine says the process of untangling the late Robert Indiana's assets and transforming his home into a museum likely will be delayed because of a lawsuit.
Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis has regrets about her role as a maid in the 2011 film "The Help.".
French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte hosted Crown Prince Naruhito, Japan's next emperor, for dinner at the Chateau of Versailles.
Democratic primary voters in New York will soon settle the contentious primary battle between two-term Gov. Andrew Cuomo and liberal challenger Cynthia Nixon.
France-based Algerian singer Rachid Taha dies at 59 after heart attack.
Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan and Seth Meyers are headlining this year's Stand Up for Heroes fundraiser, which benefits injured veterans and their families.
#MeToo activists welcome CBS executive's fall but want to see deeper change.
A new novel by M.T. Anderson and a pair of novels in verse are among those on the National Book Awards longlist in young people's literature.
Rap has easily dominated the pop charts and on streaming services in the last few years and that's reflected at the 2018 American Music Awards, where Drake and Cardi B are the leading nominees.
CBS News anchor Gayle King says that in the interest of transparency, CBS Corp. must make its report on sexual misconduct allegation against former chief executive Leslie Moonves public.
Elton John kicked off the second night of his Farewell to Yellow Brick Road Tour like a confident, electrified pro.
Just as film festival audiences are swooning over Bradley Cooper's celebrated romance "A Star Is Born," the film's studio is distancing itself from a producer of the project.
text New audiobook features Biden conversations
Wed, 12 Sep 2018 08:36:00 EDT
An upcoming audiobook will feature former Vice President Joe Biden talking about his late son Beau with such interviewers as Stephen Colbert, Constance Wu and Aaron Sorkin.
A new government study finds adult Americans are reading fewer novels and short stories, but showed a big jump in poetry and increases in attendance at arts festivals, concerts and plays.
Raf Simons sure loves the movies, and his new collection for Calvin Klein riffs on one of the most famous _ Steven Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster, "Jaws.".
Anna Sui puts a shoppable fleamarket on her runway as she shows a collection of wanderlust.
A new White House tell-all from journalist Bob Woodward has officially gone on sale as several former aides of President Donald Trump try to distance themselves from the depiction of a chaotic West Wing.
British actress Fenella Fielding, the glamorous, velvet-voiced star of "Carry On" comedies, has died at the age of 90. Friend Simon McKay says in a statement that Fielding died Tuesday after suffering a stroke two weeks earlier.
Wes Gordon earns a hug from Carolina Herrera as he takes the reins of her namesake line.
Naeem Khan journeys back to New York of the '70s and '80s in bright color, beaded black.
A German theater company is ending a tour of China early after a theater canceled two showings of Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People.".
The Miss America pageant got rid of its swimsuit competition for the first time in its 98-year history this year, and appeared to pay a price in television interest.
Prosecutors in Los Angeles have declined to file charges against Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys after a singer reported last year that he had raped her in 2003.
Oscar de la Renta is known for its elegant gowns, but designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia mixed a looser, Mediterranean vacation vibe into their latest collection, shown on a Manhattan rooftop.
Alfonso Cuaron's new movie, "Roma," is based on his childhood memories, shot in black and white in the Mexico City neighborhood he grew up in.
Prabal Gurung is looking for some peace and says universal color will lead us there.
NOT REAL NEWS: Bruno Mars not playing Prince in new movie.
Bill Cosby wants a Pennsylvania judge to step down from his case days before sentencing on sex assault charges.
A Connecticut restaurant known for its unusual cheeseburgers is getting some national television exposure.
Mississippi has markers noting a blues trail, a country music trail, a civil rights trail, an Indian mound trail, and now a writer's trail.
CMT is changing the Artists of the Year show to honor only women artists to encourage a "much-needed change in the industry.".
Filming has begun for the "Downtown Abbey" movie, Lady Mary sends out photo.
Alex Trebek sported a beard as he launched the 35th season of "Jeopardy!" and the look has led to a poll.
Christian Marclay's "The Clock" is both the ultimate feature film, and an artwork you can set your watch by.
Designers Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez are back at New York Fashion Week from Paris, and with their new collection they've gone all-American in spirit: denim, lots of it, and almost no embellishment _ no embroidery, feathers or sequins.
A ten-city North America tour will feature stories and music aimed at bringing together women of all ages and backgrounds.
Nicki Minaj says being involved in an altercation with Cardi B at a fashion week party was "so mortifying and so humiliating.".
CBS says it sets aside $120 million in a trust fund for a potential severance payment to ousted chief executive Leslie Moonves, but an outside investigation will determine whether the company chooses to give him the money.
Julie Chen, wife of Les Moonves, is absent from her CBS talk show "The Talk" a day after her husband's departure from the network.
Bill Cosby's lawyers are opposing testimony from other accusers at the actor's sentencing this month on felony sex assault charges.
Box Office Top 20: The horror pic "The Nun" scared off the competition and dominated the North American box office, while "Peppermint" moves to second place.
Africa-facing Studio 189 co-founded by Rosario Dawson was a fashion week runway celebration.
Keegan Bradley holds off Justin Rose in sudden-death playoff to win rain-plagued BMW Championship for 1st PGA Tour victory in 6 years.
The resignation of longtime CBS chief Les Moonves won't likely lead to drastic changes in network programs, but it could make the company ripe for a takeover as traditional media companies compete with upstarts such as Netflix and Amazon.
Cynthia Nixon's campaign is crying foul over a Democratic Party mailer supporting Gov. Andrew Cuomo that questions her support for Jewish people.
Rapper Kamaiyah has pleaded guilty to creating a public disturbance at Connecticut's Bradley International Airport in May when police say she went on a profanity-laced tirade against security officers.
Shares of CBS move higher ahead of first day of trading after the ouster of Chairman Les Moonves.
Olivia Newton-John says she has been diagnosed with cancer for the third time in three decades.
A new study says actors of Middle Eastern and Northern African descent are virtually invisible on television. According to findings released Monday, the few such actors on TV are largely confined to playing tyrants and terrorists.
Longtime CBS chief Leslie Moonves is out, hours after a second round of misconduct charges are made against him in a New Yorker magazine article.
A new report commissioned by the Miss America Organization has found no evidence to support bullying allegations made by former Miss America Cara Mund.
Women of size celebrate inclusivity at an alternative fashion week, The Curvy Con.
Latest on NASCAR racing at the Brickyard in Indianapolis.
Six women come forward to the New Yorker magazine with additional sexual misconduct allegations against CBS chief Leslie Moonves.
'A Star Is Born' mania sweeps over the Toronto international Film Festival, as Bradley Cooper's directorial debut.
The fashion label Opening Ceremony, known for its creative and unconventional fashion shows, upped the ante for Fashion Week with a festive drag show.
Rodarte's ethereal designs shimmered under a steady downpour in a Manhattan cemetery.
A mechanical problem during a Cirque du Soleil show in Washington caused a portion of the audience, as well as performers on stage, to be sprayed with vegetable oil.
An autopsy has been completed, but no cause of death is clear yet for hip-hop star Mac Miller, who was found dead in his Los Angeles home last week.
The lawyer for an imprisoned Ukrainian filmmaker who has been on a hunger strike for 120 days says his health has suffered irreversible damage.
John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice join the ranks of EGOT winners when 'Jesus Christ Superstar' won an Emmy Award on Sunday night.
Dez Bryant trolls Cowboys on Twitter after loss to Panthers.
A black pastor's eulogy at Aretha Franklin's funeral laid bare before the world what black women say they have experienced for generations: sexism and inequality in their houses of worship every Sunday.
Stand Up To Cancer says its sixth celebrity-filled telethon was its most successful yet.
The swimsuits are gone, but there has been plenty of controversy surrounding this year's Miss America competition that could keep viewers tuning in.
Actress Olivia Munn has found little support from her "Predator" co-stars and director after a Los Angeles Times report revealed that Twentieth Century Fox had removed a scene that featured a man who is a registered sex offender.
Red carpet kings Badgley Mischka mark 30 years in business with an ode to Alice in Wonderland.
Escada's new global design director takes us back to the horse that started it all.
The competition has begun in the swimsuit-less Miss America pageant.
The horror movie "The Nun" has topped the domestic box office in its first weekend, scoring a best for the "Conjuring" franchise and another win for Warner Bros.
German officials say they have identified four drawings that were kept by the sister of the late collector Cornelius Gurlitt as looted art.
Report: Iran detains artists over Shakespeare's summer midnight's dream.
More than three decades later, McQueen has adapted the 1980s British crime series "Widows" into his much anticipated follow-up to the best-picture winning "12 Years a Slave.".
With a shimmering line of silver glitter, Kate Spade the company honors its namesake.
CBS says Les Moonves has resigned as head of the network following more allegations of sexual harassment.
A publicist says Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Gene Cornish of The Rascals is recovering and in good spirits after collapsing on stage at a Montana concert.
Marian Avila, a model from Spain with Down syndrome, fulfills her fashion week dream.
Christian Siriano gets political on the runway at NY Fashion Week in a show of Hawaii looks.
Tiffany Haddish is continuing her hot streak, winning an Emmy Award in her first try.
As the curtain goes up on the Toronto International Film Festival, a new media diversity program is filling audiences with new faces.
Don McGuire, the last surviving member of The Hilltoppers, has died in his home state of Kentucky.
A year after his breakthrough performance in "Call Me By Your Name," Timothee Chalamet _ now a seasoned veteran at the age of 22 _ is again the toast of the fall film festival circuit.
Women filmmakers, activists and actors have congregated outside the hub of the Toronto International Film Festival for a series of impassioned speeches on gender inequality in the movie industry and solutions for change.