- At Tribeca, virtual reality tackles harsh real-world issues
NEW YORK (AP) — "Once you walk through that door, you will be in Syria."
- Prince heirs sue Illinois hospital over care during overdose
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prince's heirs have sued Walgreens and the Illinois hospital that treated the music superstar after he suffered from an opioid overdose, alleging that a doctor and various pharmacists failed to provide Prince with reasonable care, contributing to his death.
- Box Office Top 20: 'A Quiet Place' narrowly beats 'Rampage'
LOS ANGELES (AP) — John Krasinski's thriller "A Quiet Place" rose to the top spot of the box office in its third weekend in theaters, just barely beating out last week's champ "Rampage" for the title.
- Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson announces birth of third girl
NEW YORK (AP) — The Rock has his third Rockette.
- Paris Hilton talks #MeToo, marriage and becoming a mom
NEW YORK (AP) — Paris Hilton "literally regrets" saying before the 2016 election that women who accused then-candidate Donald Trump of sexual misconduct were merely after fame and attention.
- Qatari-American contemporary artist wins new $100,000 prize
CHICAGO (AP) — A 35-year-old Qatari-American artist is the inaugural winner of a prize worth $100,000 that recognizes mid-career artists from the Middle East.
- Avicii's family thanks fans for support after his death
NEW YORK (AP) — The family of Avicii is thanking his fans for their support days after the superstar DJ died.
- Closing arguments, deliberations loom in Bill Cosby retrial
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial is set to go to the jury on Tuesday, but not before closing arguments pitting the prosecution's portrayal of a serial predator against the defense's contention that he's the victim of a "con artist" who made up drugging and molestation allegations to score a big payday.
- Stephen Curry signs broad production deal with Sony Pictures
LAS VEGAS (AP) — NBA star Stephen Curry is heading to Hollywood in a big way.
- TV show host Wilkos could have drunken-driving charge erased
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — TV talk show host and Jerry Springer protege Steve Wilkos will have a drunken-driving charge erased from his record if he completes Connecticut's alcohol education program.