- Suspect arrested in destruction of Trump's Hollywood star
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police arrested a man suspected of using a sledgehammer to destroy Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, officials said Thursday.
- Comedian Pikotaro astonished by viral success of 'PPAP' song
TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese comedian behind the viral hit "PPAP" is astonished by the global success of his "pen-pinapple-apple-pen" song.
- Fox boss: We want to keep Megyn Kelly
NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News boss Rupert Murdoch says that he wants to keep anchor Megyn Kelly at the network, but if she decides to leave "we have a deep bench of talent, many of whom would give their right arm for her spot."
- Review: Complex family emerges in lively 'Falsettos'
NEW YORK (AP) — Once upon a time, AIDS hadn't happened yet, there were no legal LGBT rights, and openly gay partners were just beginning to seem possible.
- Loretta Lynn's career milestones played out on CMA stage
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Loretta Lynn's career was just beginning when the first Country Music Association Awards were handed out in 1967, but five decades later, both musical institutions are still going strong.
- Toni Morrison receives Bellow award for lifetime achievement
NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison received a lifetime achievement award Thursday night from the PEN American Center, a ceremony of music and words that ended with a special treat from the guest of honor: An excerpt from a novel in progress.
- Colbert airing 2 live 'Late Show' hours election week
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS says "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" has elected to broadcast a pair of live episodes the week of the presidential election.
- Ex-Rep. Condit promotes book about Chandra Levy's death
Ex-Rep. Gary Condit, once suspected in the disappearance of intern Chandra Levy, says he co-authored a new book about the case to tell his side of the story.
- Election year fatigue? Blame it in part on the race of 1840
NEW YORK (AP) — Presidential elections are a foundation of American democracy dating back to George Washington.
- Shawn Mendes, the serious, striking musician, emerges
NEW YORK (AP) — When Shawn Mendes went into the vocal booth to sing "Mercy," the gravelly, deep, emotional rock song from his latest album, he discovered a new side of himself.