- A Miss Universe insulted by Trump steps up for Clinton
WASHINGTON (AP) — Alicia Machado says that when she gained weight after being crowned Miss Universe for 1996, Donald Trump labeled her with a sexist nickname — "Miss Piggy" — that caused her shame and humiliation.
- Striking a cord! Bostonians embrace pop-up painted pianos
BOSTON (AP) — Bostonians are embracing the painted pianos that have popped up across the city and neighboring Cambridge in recent days.
- Selena Gomez's Instagram account hits 100M followers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Selena Gomez isn't keeping her Instagram account to herself. The pop star has become the most followed celebrity on the popular photo sharing site.
- Filmmaker Michael Moore says theater won't allow his show
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore says he's not allowed to perform a one-man show about the presidential race at a central Ohio theater because officials there consider him too controversial.
- Debate reaches 84 million viewers, toppling record
NEW YORK (AP) — The showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most-watched presidential debate ever, with 84 million viewers.
- Most-watched presidential debates on television
The most-viewed presidential debates, since they began regularly in 1976.
- NBC sued over 'Timeless' series days before its premiere
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The NBC show "Timeless" hasn't aired its first episode yet, but it has already prompted a copyright infringement lawsuit by the makers of a Spanish-language series.
- Tom Hanks crashes wedding photo shoot in Central Park
NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Hanks took a break from a jog around New York to surprise a couple on their wedding day.
- Blige, Clinton interview clips face ridicule online
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A pair of clips teasing Mary J. Blige's interview with Hillary Clinton on her upcoming Apple Music show "The 411" isn't winning over social media users.
- Kashif Saleem, producer for Whitney Houston, dies at 59
NEW YORK (AP) — Kashif Saleem, the singer, songwriter and producer who crafted dance-funk hits in the 1980s and also produced Whitney Houston's first big hit, died Sunday from undetermined causes in his California home, his representative said Tuesday. He was 59.