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Mila Kunis is Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2018 Woman of the Year

The 223-year-old Harvard University organization on Thursday said it would allow women to join its cast next year, local media reported. Last year, the entertainment industry came under increased scrutiny after multiple allegations of impropriety against producer Harvey Weinstein triggered...

‘Wonder Woman’ stumbles; Spielberg, Hanks skipped at Oscar nods

Featuring Gal Gadot as the sword-wielding Wonder Woman, the movie was the first stand-alone female superhero film since 2005 and earned some $825 million globally, making its filmmaker Patty Jenkins the highest-grossing female director in Hollywood. But at Tuesday's Oscar...

Stars explain why Time’s Up on SAG red carpet

Throughout awards season, talk on the red carpet in Hollywood has been consistently about safeguarding the workplace against sexual harassment and abuse as well as pay equality. But, unlike in previous iterations, why have these issues remained so strongly in...

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Fired Navy Captain Brett Crozier reportedly tests positive for COVID-19

Brett Crozier, the Navy captain relieved of his command of the Theodore Roosevelt earlier this week after...

UK PM Johnson admitted to hospital for tests after persistent coronavirus symptoms

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to hospital for tests on Sunday (April 5) in what Downing Street said was a...

Trump voices hope for ‘leveling-off’ of coronavirus in U.S. hot spots

President Donald Trump expressed hope on Sunday that the United States was seeing a "leveling-off" of the coronavirus crisis in some of...

Eleven coal miners die after underground explosion in Colombia

An explosion in an underground coal mine located in central Colombia left 11 people dead on Saturday (April 4), reported the National...

Wuhan sees progress in production resumption

Central China's Wuhan, the worst-hit city by COVID-19 in the country, has seen progress in production resumption as the epidemic there continues...