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This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Michelle Yeoh, from left, Henry Golding and Constance Wu in a scene from the film "Crazy Rich Asians." (Sanja Bucko/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)
'Crazy Rich Asians' shines bright at the box officeGlitz has won out over guns at the North American box office this weekend as the gilded romance "Crazy Rich Asians" took No. 1 over Mark Wahlberg's action-packed "Mile 22"
The Associated Press14 hours ago
This image released by Focus Features shows Fred Rogers on the set of his show "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood" from the film, "Won't You Be My Neighbor." (Jim Judkis/Focus Features via AP)
In a comeback season for Hollywood, a summer without bombsIn a comeback summer for Hollywood, there have been virtually no major bombs at the box office
The Associated Press2 days ago
This cover image released by STXfilms shows Lauren Cohan in a scene from "Mile 22." (STXfilms via AP)
Review: Wahlberg and Berg's 'Mile 22' is a dizzying assaultReview: Wahlberg and Berg's 'Mile 22' is a dizzying assault
The Associated Press3 days ago
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FILE - In this Sept. 12, 2017, file photo, newly-crowned Miss America 2018 Cara Mund poses for photographers on the 86th Floor Observation Deck of the Empire State Building, in New York. Miss America chairwoman Gretchen Carlson has struck back against the reigning Miss America, saying Mund’s allegations that Carlson and others have bullied and silenced her has led to the loss of $75,000 in scholarship money for this year’s contestants. In a Twitter post late Sunday night, Aug. 19, 2018, whose authenticity was verified by the Miss America Organization, Carlson, the former Fox News host, wrote that she was “surprised and saddened beyond words” by Mund’s letter on Friday, Aug. 17 complaining of how she has been treated during her nearly one year reign as Miss America. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)
Gretchen Carlson: Miss America's claims cost pageant $75KMiss America chairwoman Gretchen Carlson has struck back against the reigning Miss America, saying Cara Mund's allegations that Carlson and others have bullied her caused the loss of $75,000 in scholarship money for this year's contestants
The Associated Press2 hours ago
President Donald Trump walks down the stairs as he arrives on Air Force One at Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, N.J., Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, en route to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
The Latest: The new alternative facts: 'Truth isn't truth'Move over, alternative facts. Now, truth isn't truth.
The Associated Press10 hours ago
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Correction: Backstreet Boys Concert-Oklahoma storyCorrection: Backstreet Boys Concert-Oklahoma story
The Associated Press14 hours ago
FILE - In this June 6, 2018 file photo, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, and AJ McLean of Backstreet Boys, perform "Don't go Breaking My Heart" at the CMT Music Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. Over a dozen people were injured, Saturday, Aug. 18 and transported to hospitals after trusses holding up the entrance to a resort where the Backstreet Boys were set to begin a concert in Oklahoma collapsed.   (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)
Backstreet Boys fans treated for injuries after stormA southern Oklahoma casino says 14 fans suffered cuts and bruises when a powerful rainstorm toppled entrance trusses and disrupted the start of an outdoor concert by the Backstreet Boys
The Associated Press14 hours ago
FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2012 file photo, singer Aretha Franklin performs during the BET Honors at the Warner Theatre in Washington. Franklin died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, at her home in Detroit. She was 76. Throughout Franklin's career, "The Queen of Soul" often returned to Washington - the nation's capital - for performances that at times put her in line with key moments of U.S. History. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
Aretha Franklin came to Washington to sing - and for historyThroughout Aretha Franklin's career, 'The Queen of Soul' often returned to the nation's capital for performances that at times put her in line with key moments of U.S. history
The Associated Press18 hours ago
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