"The 1619 Project," the New York Times' award-winning series created by Nikole Hannah-Jones to examine slavery's legacy, will be adapted for TV and film.
Smith will helm a new hour-long news cast on the NBCUniversal-owned cable channel.
Pop star Harry Styles wants to rock you, rock you, rock you to sleep with a new collaboration with Calm, an app designed to improve sleep habits.
D.L. Hughley talks to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' guest host Anthony Anderson about his COVID-19 diagnosis following Hughley's onstage collapse last month.
An 800-pound marker for the Jefferson Davis National Highway has been removed from view. A college student's email prompted the change.
The Washington Post media columnist's 'Ghosting the News' diagnoses the disastrous decline in local papers.
Andrew Martin story collection "Cool for America" features troubled strivers shuttling between the elite northeast and rough, charming Montana.
Bestsellers List Sun., July 12, 2020
"High Fidelity" and "Dolemite Is My Name" star Da'Vine Joy Randolph discusses Black women in Hollywood and the prospects for racial justice in the industry.
In the past week, YouTube, Reddit and Facebook have finally learned that there is no glory or romance in being compared to the Wild West.