- Weinstein apologizes to Streep, Lawrence for lawyers' words
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Harvey Weinstein apologized to Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence after his lawyers cited them in asking a court to dismiss a sexual misconduct lawsuit.
- Led by Gigi Hadid, next-gen supermodels fill Milan runways
MILAN (AP) — The next generation of supermodels was out in force on the second day of Milan Fashion Week on Thursday.
- Janney thought film acclaim eluded her _ then came 'I Tonya'
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Academy Awards seem like formality when it comes to the best supporting actress category this year.
- NPR adopts new measures after sex harassment investigation
National Public Radio has adopted a series of measures to improve its workplace culture, following an independent investigation into sex harassment issues stemming from the ouster of a top executive.
- CBS names Margaret Brennan as 'Face the Nation' anchor
NEW YORK (AP) — In appointing Margaret Brennan as moderator of "Face the Nation" on Thursday, CBS News gets the first person with day-to-day experience covering the Trump administration as host of a Sunday morning political talk show.
- Tiffany Haddish to host MTV Movie & TV Awards in June
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tiffany Haddish is set to host the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards.
- Olympic fatigue may be setting in for NBC; ratings dips
NEW YORK (AP) — Highlights from media coverage of the Pyeongchang Olympics:
- Oscars fashion through the years: The great and the puzzling
NEW YORK (AP) — A radiant Grace Kelly glided from her seat, pulling up her long opera gloves, her little evening bag balanced on one arm, as she collected a best actress trophy for "The Country Girl" at the 1955 Academy Awards.
- Actor and writer Tracy Letts 'having the time of my life'
NEW YORK (AP) — If you want to get Tracy Letts in your movie — and that might be a good idea since he has two up for best picture at the Oscars — you'd better proofread the script before you send it.
- Forgot about that joint? Vegas airport lets people dump pot
LAS VEGAS (AP) — What happens in Vegas really can stay in Vegas.