Reporters from alt-weeklies and local newspapers are trying to cover a crisis that is causing layoffs and closures across the industry.
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The disco diva reminded fans it "only takes 20 seconds to SURVIVE" as she washed her hands on TikTok to a snippet of her 1979 classic.
Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert ran his hands along mics and recording devices at a press conference 48 hours before testing positive for the virus.
The award-winning video game set during a zombie apocalypse will be adapted by “Chernobyl” creator Craig Mazin.
The singer-songwriter confirmed the news on Twitter, writing "omg so glad I don’t have to suck it in anymore."
A true-crime documentary tops the list.
A Fox News legal analyst criticized President Donald Trump for suing The New York Times over an opinion column and said the lawsuit is “dead on arrival.”
The actor revealed her "least favorite performance" in a promo clip for her Netflix series "The Goop Lab."
Major media have been covering the COVID-19 coronavirus since January, when a widespread outbreak began in Wuhan, China, before spreading globally.
The Jordan Peele-produced film is a "spiritual sequel" to the iconic 1992 slasher.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host revisited an old segment to troll GOP Sen. Ted Cruz.
"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson exposes a villainous plot happening right before our iPhones.
It's time to finally watch the famous movies you always meant to check out.
The White House correspondent and the president sparred during a news conference in New Delhi.
President Donald Trump went on a tirade against Fox News during a recent rally and later, Fox News cut away from him to bring on personalities to defend their own network.
The "Game of Thrones" star is the Prince of Darkness in the "Scary Little Green Men" teaser.
The president called for bringing "back" the 1939 movie as he complained about the South Korean film "Parasite" winning the Academy Award for Best Picture.
"The Late Late Show" host ranked his regrets about the movie in the “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment.
"I think I was born to receive an Oscar,” said 10-year-old actor Jung Hyeon-jun in the adorable video.