The Middle East arts center is putting an end to in-person events because of coronavirus. It will re-emerge in the fall as "The Markaz Review," an online publication
What's on TV Wednesday, May 27: 'American Soul' on BET; coronavirus
"Big," "Sister Act" and "X-Men: First Class" are the other potential finalists this week.
Among the many fine performances in "Mrs. America," the wigs made for Gloria Steinem, Phyllis Schlafly, Betty Friedan and Shirley Chisholm offer strong support.
"CBS This Morning" anchor Gayle King had an emotional response to two racist incidents involving black men on Tuesday's edition of the news program.
Cookbook author Alison Roman returned to Instagram Tuesday for the first time since she apologized for her critical comments on Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo.
Warner Music Group on Tuesday said it is moving forward with its IPO, with plans to sell 13.7% of its stock at $23 to $26 a share.
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon is facing a backlash for a 2000 "Saturday Night Live" sketch in which he wore blackface while impersonating Chris Rock.
Rapper-singer Doja Cat issued an apology on Instagram after old videos of the "Say So" hitmaker participating in alt-right chat rooms surfaced on social media.
Musician Lana Del Rey, whose comments on female artists of color ignited a backlash, says some of them 'have a super different opinion of my insight.'