- 'Wonder Woman 2' sets December 2019 release date
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Wonder Woman 2" is set to storm theaters on Dec. 13, 2019.
- Blind Aboriginal musician dies in Australia aged 46
SYDNEY (AP) — A blind Aboriginal musician renowned for singing in his native Yolngu language with a heart-rending voice and a unique guitar-playing style has died, his recording label said Wednesday. He was 46.
- "Detroit" director, stars hope film spurs talk about race
DETROIT (AP) — The actors and filmmakers from "Detroit" walked the red carpet ahead of the film's premiere in its namesake city Tuesday evening and talked about their hope that it will spur conversation about attitudes toward race.
- Toni Morrison, Joan Didion among those in PEN online archive
NEW YORK (AP) — Speeches by Toni Morrison, Joan Didion and Pablo Neruda are among the highlights of an online multimedia archive unveiled by PEN America.
- President (bleep): TV sitcom bars use of Trump's name
LOS ANGELES (AP) — President Donald Trump's name is off limits on the upcoming season of Comedy Central's "Broad City."
- Fired Fox News executive proclaims innocence in lawsuit
NEW YORK (AP) — A Fox News Channel executive fired because of a sexual-harassment case has proclaimed his innocence in a lawsuit, saying he was tricked into signing an agreement to keep quiet about the case.
- Colbert's shows from Russia are winners for CBS
NEW YORK (AP) — Russia may represent bad news for President Donald Trump. But not for his late-night nemesis, Stephen Colbert.
- Nielsen's top programs for July 17-23
NEW YORK (AP) — Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 17-23. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
- Barbara Sinatra, Frank's 4th wife and philanthropist, dies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of legendary singer Frank Sinatra and a prominent children's advocate and philanthropist who raised millions of dollars to help abused youngsters, died Tuesday. She was 90.
- Al Gore on 'Inconvenient Sequel,' Trump, and the environment
NEW YORK (AP) — Al Gore admits he was frustrated upon hearing the news last month that President Trump was pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, but since then he's become more optimistic.