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"Let’s #ThrowItBack to a time when music just felt good and made us want to dance!" the artist said about her new project, "Iconology."
The singer has a plan to gain control of her masters in the wake of a $300 million deal with her former record label.
The president said the paper — which recently reported a spike in revenue and strong readership — would be "out of business soon after I leave office."
“I want my house in the hills / don’t want the whiskey and pills / I don’t give up easily but I don’t think I’m down," sings the pop star in "Slide Away."
Most of us feel obligated to “like” everything posted by our friends. But their online selves aren't always so endearing.
Analysts say the reunion will help both companies navigate an ever-competitive streaming landscape.
The “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” actor responded gracefully to a YouTube video targeting his appearance.
"I didn't fight it," the comedian said in a recent interview.
Last year, Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" would feature more than 30 paid ads. In his Thursday show, there were only 13. Friday, there were just 11 ads.
He was likely referring to the controversy behind “The Hunt,” which has received coverage on the president’s favorite network, Fox News.
These podcasts offer engaging news, bedtime stories, scientific discoveries and more for the whole family.
The actor wrote the script for "Honey Boy" during a rehab stint after his 2017 arrest.
Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier said that without a host, the Sept. 22 ceremony will have more time to salute departing shows, like “Game of Thrones.”
The impersonations and a confused security guard ticked him off in a seriously funny bit.
A sports documentary that has a child actor play Alex Rodriguez joins the service.
Queen Latifah and Shaggy are on board as Ursula and Sebastian for the network's first live-action TV musical.
RM added his own flair to the lyrics, making references to a Korean farming tool in his verses.
A Media Matters montage shows there was a very familiar feel to some of what House Republicans asked the former special counsel.
"Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" star Rumer Willis also discusses what it was like working with Margot Robbie and Quentin Tarantino.
The network also announced a documentary on accused sexual abuser Jeffrey Epstein and a follow-up special to "Surviving R. Kelly."