When asked if Josh Duggar — who’s listed as the contact for a business visited by HSI, according to KNWA — is part of the investigation, an HSI spokesperson would not say.
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Smollett maintains he was the victim of a racial and homophobic attack and alleges malicious prosecution.
"Knives Out" star and "Avengers" alum Chris Evans explains why he never felt pressured to censor himself on social media.
And, in an especially defiant move, the "I Want Candy" singer showed up at court with his Backstreet Boys brother Nick's rape accuser.
Axios political reporter Alexi McCammond said via Twitter that “Inside the NBA” host Charles Barkley threatened her when she asked the Hall of Fame former player about the 2020 presidential race.
The rapper, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, is no longer named a defendant in a $100 million lawsuit brought by attendees of the disastrous 2017 Fyre Festival.
Yahoo readers sound off on Kim Kardashian saying she's "raising two black men" during an interview with Jenna Bush Hager on "Today."
Akon talks about the possibility of a 2024 presidential run, and says he wouldn't be competing with Kanye West.
“I was a chubby kid,” Cavill revealed in the latest issue of "Men’s Health." “I could’ve very well gone down the route of just accepting my lot in life and being like, ‘I guess I’m not going to do anything.’”
Taylor Swift has accused Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta of blocking her from performing her old songs at the AMAs.
Eddie Murphy is set to receive the Career Achievement Award from the Critics Choice Association as part of a celebration of black cinema, the awards group announced Tuesday.Nia Long, Kasi Lemmons and Chiwetel Ejiofor will also be honored as part of a ceremony for the Celebration of Black Cinema on Monday, Dec. 2 at the new Landmark Annex as part of the Landmark Theatres complex in Los Angeles.Murphy is being recognized following his work as blaxploitation film star Rudy Ray Moore in the film “Dolemite Is My Name,” which the Critics Choice Association says helps sheds light on an era when black artists were pioneering new-found ways to reach black audiences and tell their own stories.Also Read: Eddie Murphy Says Barack Obama Pushed Him to Return to StandupLong will be honored for her performance as Eunice Garrett in Apple’s “The Banker,” a story about African Americans forging their own path to the American dream. Lemmons will be honored for her achievement in directing Focus Features’ “Harriet,” which stars Cynthia Erivo as abolitionist Harriet Tubman. And Ejiofor will be honored for his film “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” in which he starred and made his feature directorial and screenwriting debut. The Netflix film is based on a memoir by the Malawian engineer William Kamkwamba.“The Critics Choice Association is thrilled to help celebrate a century of black cinema,” CCA CEO Joey Berlin said in a statement. “It is a privilege to honor Eddie Murphy, Kasi Lemmons, Nia Long, and Chiwetel Ejiofor for their remarkable work this year and throughout their careers. Each in their own way – through comedy and drama, in front of and behind the camera – exemplify the range and power of African American themed movies and their importance in popular culture.”Cheryl Boone Isaacs, former president of the Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will host the event. The evening will benefit the UCLA Film & Television Archive and its commitment to the preservation of cinema.Also Read: 'Dolemite Is My Name' Film Review: Eddie Murphy Is a Soulfully Vulgar Blast as Comedy Legend Rudy Ray MooreThe Celebration of Black Cinema will pay homage to filmmaker Oscar Micheaux and those who came before, as well as celebrate more than 100 years of black cinema. Micheaux is credited by many as the first African American to make a feature length film – “The Homesteader” – in 1919. Over his illustrious career, he wrote, produced and directed 44 films between 1919 and 1948.Read original story Eddie Murphy to Receive Career Achievement Award from Critics Choice Association At TheWrap
“Now things are very, very, very different and I’m a lot more savvy with what I’m comfortable with and what I am OK with doing,” Clarke said on Dax Shepard's podcast
The 25-year-old new mom celebrated her two bundles of joy with a joyful Instagram message.
On "Dancing With the Stars" Monday, James Van Der Beek revealed his wife Kimberly Brook suffered a miscarriage over the weekend.
The 'Harry Potter' star sat down with ET, where he opened up about the beloved franchise and his scary new TV series, 'The Servant.'
“This is my entire focus of my year is Christmas," Mariah Carey tells Yahoo Entertainment in an interview about her Christmas favorites.
The "Orange Is the New Black" star, 30, gave birth to her first child — a daughter — with her boyfriend on Saturday, Nov. 16.