BBC News

Tributes are being paid to the gospel singer who won a Grammy in 2014 for her record Overcomer.

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HuffPost

The country star broke his silence after he was arrested in Nashville earlier this month.

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CNN

Taylor Swift released “The Tortured Poets Department” on Friday, a 31-track surprise double album. Track-by-track, CNN dives into each song.

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Entertainment Weekly

In her exclusive first interview after winning 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' Nymphia Wind tells EW she wants Asian people to see hope in her victory, and explains the full significance of her epic boba tea lip-sync on the finale.

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Cageside Seats

It’s an old challenger taking another crack at a new crown. Plus, new tag titles unveiled, and more!

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PEOPLE

Post Malone covered all his tattoos to play Taylor Swift's star-crossed lover in the new music video for their "Fortnight" collaboration.

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Thegospelcoalition.org

‘Civil War’ is a mirror not because it reflects current political partisanship but because it reflects a world where few of us see the same reality.

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Billboard

Taylor Swift took to YouTube Shorts to encourage fans to share their "fortnight recap" with the hashtag #ForAFortnightChallenge.

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USA Today

John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Harvey Keitel and Uma Thurman reunited to celebrate the 30 years of their cinematic triumph "Pulp Fiction."

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Fox Business

Pop star Taylor Swift has released her highly anticipated eleventh album, "The Tortured Poets Department," and it is expected to be a boon for record stores.

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Hollywood Reporter

The filmmaker reveals that a 12-minute sequence from 'Rebel Moon 2' was inspired by an idea for his never-made 'Justice League 2.'

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Deadline

Paramount Global shares rose 13% in heavy trading Friday as investors cheered news that Sony may join the private equity firm's bid for Paramount.

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ABC News

The Pink Moon will arrive on Tuesday, April 23, at 7:48 pm E.T.

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New York Post

A Point A to Point B mission that comes down to wisecracking blokes shooting Nazis.

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Associated Press

Nearly two years after the shocking knife attack that nearly killed him, Salman Rushdie appears both changed and very much the same. He is thinner, paler, scarred and blind in his right eye. He tells The Associated Press of “iron” in his soul and the struggle…

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