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Taraji P. Henson lends hand to Keys' HIV & AIDS charity

NEW YORK (AP) — Taraji P. Henson and Alicia Keys are joining forces to fight HIV and AIDS. More »


Network veteran, Nick News chief Linda Ellerbee retiring

NEW YORK (AP) — Linda Ellerbee, a veteran newswoman who wrote an irreverent best-seller about her time on television and built a second career at Nickelodeon explaining tough stories to youngsters, says that she's signing off the air for good. More »


Drake is Spotify's most streamed artist of the year globally

NEW YORK (AP) — Spotify users are clearly listening to Drake. The rapper was the most streamed artist of the year globally. More »


Gay Talese honored at 21 Club for classic Sinatra profile

NEW YORK (AP) — A half century after completing a magazine piece that had frustrated and disappointed him, Gay Talese was honored at the 21 Club for his landmark Esquire story on Frank Sinatra. More »


'Spotlight' tops Gotham Independent Film Awards

NEW YORK (AP) — The investigative journalism procedural "Spotlight" won best feature at the 25th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, landing the first of what could be a string of awards for Tom McCarthy's acclaimed newsroom drama. More »


NBC's 'The Wiz Live!' to ease on down that tuneful road

NEW YORK (AP) — Soon, a determined girl named Dorothy will ease on down that road in NBC's "The Wiz Live!" More »


David Letterman donating talk show memorabilia to Ball State

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Comedian and Ball State University graduate David Letterman is donating memorabilia from his career in television to his alma mater. More »


Luke Bracey says 'Point Break' remake bigger and better

BEIJING (AP) — Hollywood actor Luke Bracey said Tuesday the remake of the action crime thriller "Point Break" is bigger and better because it's got extreme sports that weren't even invented when the original 1991 hit came out. More »


Judge lets case questioning mogul's mental state proceed

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has decided that a case challenging media mogul Sumner Redstone's capacity to make health care decisions for himself can proceed. More »


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