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3169. U.S. Supreme Court orders reconsideration of racial bias claim against Charter Communications
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ordered a lower court to reconsider its decision to let comedian-turned-media executive Byron Allen"s $10 billion lawsuit accusing cable television operator Charter Communications Inc of discriminating against black-own
15:24 30.03.2020
3168. From sofas and kitchens, music stars hold coronavirus concert fundraiser
Billie Eilish sang on her sofa, Elton John played a keyboard belonging to his children, and the Backstreet Boys sang in harmony from five locations as dozens of musicians put on a fundraiser for the warriors against a coronavirus.
14:26 30.03.2020
3167. Rotterdam concert hall to admit coronavirus patients instead of Eurovision fans
The Ahoy concert hall in Rotterdam should have hosted the glitter and glamour of the Eurovision song contest in May, but instead is now being turned into an emergency hospital to help the Netherlands battle its coronavirus outbreak.
11:21 30.03.2020
3166. Japanese comedian Ken Shimura dies from coronavirus
Japanese comedian Ken Shimura, who had been hospitalized after being infected with the new coronavirus, has died, becoming the first Japanese celebrity to die of the virus.
00:25 30.03.2020
3165. Polish composer Penderecki dies at 86 after long illness
Poland"s Krzysztof Penderecki, one of the world"s most celebrated composers, died on Sunday at the age of 86, his family said.
11:20 29.03.2020
3164. Brazilian rapper warns of coronavirus danger in Brazil's slums
Brazilian rapper MV Bill added his voice to a chorus of criticism of President Jair Bolsonaro for downplaying the gravity of the new coronavirus epidemic in a video clip that urges people to protect themselves.
14:59 28.03.2020
3163. Tom Hanks returns to LA after bout of coronavirus: media reports
Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson returned to Los Angeles on Friday after spending more than two weeks in quarantine in Australia after testing positive for the coronavirus.
20:13 27.03.2020
3162. Hollywood movie studios suspend release of box office data after coronavirus slump
Movie studios Walt Disney and Universal Pictures said on Thursday they were suspending the release of box office data because of the closure of movie theaters in multiple countries in a bid to contain the coronavirus.
18:05 27.03.2020
3161. 'Contagion' movie stars tell fans coronavirus is 'real life'
The stars of the movie "Contagion," which has seen a surge in popularity as the coronavirus has spread across the globe, on Friday urged fans to listen to experts, wash their hands frequently and practice social distancing.
14:34 27.03.2020
3160. Bob Dylan drops 17-min song inspired by Kennedy assassination
Bob Dylan on Friday released a 17-minute song inspired by the assassination more than five decades ago of U.S. President John F. Kennedy - the influential singer"s first original music since 2012.
13:23 27.03.2020
3159. Now listen carefully 007: James Bond guns stolen in London burglary
Five guns which were used in "James Bond" movies, including the last weapon brandished by actor Roger Moore while playing 007, have been stolen from a house in north London by suspects with Eastern European accents, British police said on Friday.
09:17 27.03.2020
3158. Coronavirus strands Peruvian singer in Finnish Arctic
When Peruvian musician Victor Alarcon set out on his dream trip to shoot a music video in the Finnish Arctic for his single called "Aurora Boreal" (Northern Lights), he did not expect the coronavirus outbreak to leave him stranded there for a month.
07:39 27.03.2020
3157. South Korea boy band BTS postpones U.S., Canada tour over coronavirus
South Korea"s boy band BTS will postpone a North America tour that had been scheduled to kick off in April, due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, its management said on Friday.
03:05 27.03.2020
3156. Bon Jovi, Prince Harry and military choir launch charity single 'Unbroken'
U.S. rocker Jon Bon Jovi teamed up with Britain"s Prince Harry and a military choir to release the single "Unbroken" on Friday to raise awareness of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
01:38 27.03.2020
3155. Harry and Meghan move to Los Angeles, Britain's Sun newspaper says
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have left Canada and moved to Los Angeles, where they plan to make a permanent home after stepping back from their royal duties, Britain"s Sun newspaper reported on Thursday.
21:21 26.03.2020
3154. Ugandan pop star Bobi Wine records song to beat coronavirus
A Ugandan musician and political challenger to the country"s aging leader released a song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUHrck2g7Ic&feature=youtu.be on Wednesday to help efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus in the east African nation.
08:14 26.03.2020
3153. Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish to headline coronavirus benefit TV special
Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and Tim McGraw will headline a benefit concert on Sunday, playing from their homes, to raise money to help fight the spread of the coronavirus, Fox television said on Wednesday.
20:20 25.03.2020
3152. Television audiences surge to 12-month highs as coronavirus keeps Americans home
From family drama "This Is Us" to crime series "NCIS," audiences are flocking to television shows in numbers unseen for up to a year as coronavirus shutdowns and social distancing keeps millions of Americans at home.
16:27 25.03.2020
3151. The show won't go on: Tony Awards for Broadway theater postponed indefinitely
The annual Tony Awards ceremony celebrating the best in Broadway theater was postponed indefinitely on Wednesday, the latest big cultural event to fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic.
15:12 25.03.2020
3150. In coronavirus, Senegal rappers find a new enemy to fight
Dressed in hooded medical suits and protective goggles, Senegal"s activist hip-hop group Y"en a Marre rap about washing hands, disposing of used tissues and avoiding crowds in their latest release: "Shield against Coronavirus."
14:24 25.03.2020
3149. Bill Cosby asks Pennsylvania top court to hear appeal on sex crime conviction
Lawyers for Bill Cosby on Thursday asked the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to hear his appeal of his 2018 sexual assault conviction, a month after a lower court rejected their argument that the disgraced comedian did not get a fair trial.
16:41 09.01.2020
3148. Netflix appeals censorship case to Brazil's Supreme Court
Netflix Inc on Thursday appealed to Brazil"s Supreme Court against an injunction preventing the video streaming service from showing a controversial Christmas special.
15:48 09.01.2020
3147. Will having a lead female defense attorney help Harvey Weinstein? The jury is out
When Donna Rotunno agreed to represent former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein as lead defense attorney in his New York rape trial, she believed that her gender could prove to be an asset in the courtroom.
15:46 09.01.2020
3146. Judge refuses to remove himself after Weinstein's lawyers claim bias
Denying he was biased, the judge in Harvey Weinstein"s rape trial on Thursday refused to remove himself from the high-profile case, rejecting an accusation by the former film producers" lawyers.
15:46 09.01.2020
3145. 'Hope, Heartbreak and Hollywood Classics': Harvey Weinstein's trial reading
Harvey Weinstein"s New York trial on rape charges is expected to last up to two months, and the former film producer appears to be planning on spending some of that time reading a biography about two brothers whose personal lives marred their Hollywood
10:31 09.01.2020
3144. Factbox: Two years of #MeToo in the courts
Since the #MeToo movement rose to global prominence in October 2017, several high-profile criminal cases have been brought alleging sexual misconduct going back years or even decades. Below is a look at some of those cases:
21:18 08.01.2020
3143. Dozens excused from Weinstein jury as lawyers seek judge's removal
Dozens of potential jurors were excused on Wednesday from serving in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, as the former movie producer"s lawyers accused the judge presiding over the trial of bias.
21:18 08.01.2020
3142. Justin Bieber says he has been fighting Lyme disease and mono
Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber revealed on Wednesday that he had been battling Lyme disease and a serious case of mononucleosis but said he was overcoming his health issues.
19:51 08.01.2020
3141. Alex Trebek sees 'Jeopardy!' legacy as 'the importance of knowledge'
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek said on Wednesday he has no plans to retire any time soon, but after 36 years on the television quiz show he knows what his legacy should be.
18:06 08.01.2020
3140. Oscars to go host-less for second year, ABC says
The 2020 Oscars ceremony in February will again have no host, the head of ABC Television Entertainment said on Wednesday.
15:45 08.01.2020
3139. Bollywood A-lister backs protesting students, faces boycott calls
A top Indian actress who joined students protesting against the government drew calls on social media on Wednesday for a boycott of her upcoming film, as well as praise for being a rare Bollywood A-lister to stand up against a crackdown on dissent.
05:05 08.01.2020
3138. Judge threatens Harvey Weinstein with jail for texting in court
Harvey Weinstein"s rape trial took a dramatic turn on Tuesday as the judge threatened to revoke his bail and jail the former film producer after catching him using his cellphone just as jury selection got underway.
16:19 07.01.2020
3137. Explainer: What to expect at Harvey Weinstein's New York rape trial
Jury selection begins on Tuesday in the rape trial in New York of Harvey Weinstein, once one of Hollywood"s most powerful producers. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape and criminal sexual assault.
16:07 07.01.2020
3136. Dark drama 'Joker' leads BAFTA nominations with 11 nods
"Joker", a dark origins story about the comic book villain, led nominations for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards on Tuesday, but Britain"s top movie honours drew criticism over the lack of diversity in the acting categorie
12:03 07.01.2020
3135. Harvey Weinstein charged in Los Angeles for sex crimes as NY rape trial starts
Once powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was charged in Los Angeles on Monday on sex crime charges just hours after he appeared in a New York court for the start of his rape trial, which has become a focal point for the #MeToo movement.
17:26 06.01.2020
3134. Timeline: The Harvey Weinstein story - from studio to courtroom in 40 years
Here is a timeline recounting the highs and lows over 40 years in the life of Harvey Weinstein. Once one of Hollywood"s most powerful executives, Weinstein faces criminal sexual assault charges at a jury trial beginning this week in New York.
17:26 06.01.2020
3133. Golden Globes TV ratings steady as host Gervais tickles some but bores others
More than 18 million Americans watched the Golden Globes on Sunday in a ceremony hosted by acerbic British comedian Ricky Gervais, whose monologue skewering A-list celebrities was praised by some but criticized as dull and cynical by others.
15:19 06.01.2020
3132. Awkwafina, 'Dunkirk' star Lowden among nominees for BAFTA Rising Star
Golden Globe winner Awkwafina and "Dunkirk" actor Jack Lowden are among the nominees for this year"s EE Rising Star Award, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) said on Monday.
12:25 06.01.2020
3131. 񟫭' upsets Hollywood awards season as Globes host Gervais goes for broke
World War One movie "1917" and "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," set in 1960s Tinseltown, won the top movie prizes at the Golden Globes on Sunday on a night packed with upsets and hot-button issues at the start of Hollywood"s awards season.
09:11 06.01.2020
3130. Absent Russell Crowe uses Golden Globes win to highlight Australia bushfire crisis
Antipodean actor Russell Crowe almost stole the show with his absence from the Golden Globe awards on Sunday - using his best actor win to send a message on climate change"s role in devastating Australian bushfires.
01:34 06.01.2020

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