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The newspaper's guild admonished management for refusing to offer buyouts.
The publication’s headline about Bash’s new role at CNN didn’t go over well with the veteran journalist.
Before entering his plea, Dr. Bruce Hensel apologized to the victim’s family and hugged her father inside a downtown LA courtroom.
The former "Roseanne" star says the network that fired her for a racist tweet can "kiss my ass."
Accusations that the director had engaged in sexual abuse for years first surfaced in late 2017.
For the past 18 months, Hollywood has effectively boycotted the Globes after reports that the HFPA’s 87 members of non-American journalists included no Black members.
Bryant's widow testified that she "lives in fear every day" that the photos of her husband's death will pop up on social media.
"It’s inconceivable that anything that will be said on the debate stage will close the cavernous fitness gap," wrote the newspaper's editorial board.
A now-corrected Los Angeles Times story mistakenly quoted the South Bend mayor as citing Obama's tenure as the reason for Trump's election.
"I don’t think I realized that people were paying so much attention to my Twitter," the actor said during an interview with the Los Angeles Times.