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Brian Stelter, the cable network's media reporter, said it's possible Cuomo could be back on the air next month.
The Chicago White Sox said Hoyt died Monday in his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, following a lengthy illness.
Her husband, Alec Baldwin, accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the movie set in October.
Baldwin spoke about the fatal accident during his first sitdown interview, airing this Thursday.
Abloh was known for pushing boundaries as the head of the legendary French fashion house.
"Titanic" and "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" are among the movies and shows departing the streaming platform this month.
"If some news channel intern did what Chris Cuomo did they'd have been fired one second after these docs were published," one journalist noted.
"The Republican Party is the party of washed up celebrities running for office they have zero qualifications to hold," one person noted.
Prince Akishino said libel hurts many people and even can lead to suicide.
Dahl is best known for films like “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Three Little Words,” and for being the mother of Lorenzo Lamas.
The surviving Beatles and Olivia Harrison posted social media tributes to the musician.
“The Tender Bar” director discussed how Hollywood and work culture is “moving in the right direction” since Harvey Weinstein.
Elder broke down racial barriers and paved the way for Tiger Woods and others to follow.
Two men say the actor paid them to stage a hate crime against him, but Smollett maintains his innocence.
The top seasonal songs of the year, from the best-known artists to indie acts.
She angrily reposts the photo series using a heart over the body part that so upset social media platform.
Lacey Chabert wrote a heartbreaking tribute to her older sister, Wendy.
Lavish homes, friendship breakups and extravagant style. Yes, we are already caught up on the latest antics of the Oppenheim Group.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback told reporters it was actually a fracture.
The households representing Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Prince Charles issued a rare statement of solidarity against the BBC.