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Friday, Nov 30


Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled settle with SEC over crypto

The former boxing champ failed to disclose that he was paid to promote three separate ICOs


George Harrison's most famous songs

As one of the best songwriter's of his generations, these are some of the most famous songs you most likely didn't know he wrote.


How to watch Garth Brooks concert this Sunday

Garth Brooks performs his hits in the first-ever concert held in Notre Dame Stadium

Thursday, Nov 29


"Dear Evan Hansen" coming to the big screen

"Wonder" director Stephen Chbosky is attached to the project


"Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau on his "accidental career"

In a first for "Sunday Morning," host Jane Pauley interviews her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist


New York Film Critics Circle picks "Roma" as Best of 2018

Ethan Hawke, Regina Hall, Richard E. Grant and Regina King win acting honors, in precursors to Academy Award nominations


Comedy Central picks up series from Awkwafina

The series will consist of 10 half-hour episodes that follow Awkwafina as a twenty-something living in Queens


How Garth Brooks' surprise song for wife led to "gut-wrenching" talk

The country music star says his song for Trisha Yearwood has been "a real gift"


Hugh Jackman revives his one-man show


The actor is set to sing songs from his musical films, including "Les Miserables" and "The Greatest Showman"

Channing Tatum "loves" Amanda Bynes for giving him start

Bynes said in a new interview that she fought for him to land his first major role

Wednesday, Nov 28


Michelle Yeoh cast with Henry Golding in "Last Christmas"

The comedy, which is set in London, will also star Emilia Clarke


David Edelstein fired from NPR's "Fresh Air" over rape joke

Edelstein referenced a notorious scene from "Last Tango in Paris"


Margaret Atwood announces sequel to "The Handmaid's Tale"

The sequel to the book will be called "The Testaments"


Steven Hillenburg, "SpongeBob SquarePants" creator, dead at 57


Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of the hit Nickelodeon cartoon "SpongeBob SquarePants," has died, the network announced Tuesday. He was a biology teacher and used his teachings to create the character we know and love today. Hillenburg was…


How to watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting

Whether you're watching from home or plan to go see the spectacle in person, here's how to enjoy this annual holiday tradition

Tuesday, Nov 27


"Spongebob" creator Stephen Hillenburg dead at 57

Nickelodeon says it will hold a moment of silence to honor Hillenburg's work


Alec Baldwin appears in NYC court on assault charge

Actor has previously denied​ he punched anyone in the parking clash outside his Manhattan apartment building on Nov. 2

Monday, Nov 26


Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel join "Modern Love" adaptation

Writer, director and executive producer John Carney, who directed "Once" and "Sing Street," called the actors "a dream cast"


"Ralph Breaks the Internet" and "Creed II" top record holiday box office

The sequels fueled record industry-wide grosses for the long weekend


Vernita Lee, mother of Oprah Winfrey, is dead at 83

A spokeswoman says private funeral services were held


Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough tie the knot

MSNBC said the couple wed Saturday in a small ceremony attended by family and friends in Washington

Barry Jenkins on the empathy inside "If Beale Street Could Talk"

The Oscar-winning writer-director of "Moonlight talks about adapting the James Baldwin novel about a young couple in 1970s Harlem


"If Beale Street Could Talk": Barry Jenkins uses relationships as "vehicle for empathy"

"Moonlight" director and writer Barry Jenkins is out with a new film based on the James Baldwin novel, "If Beale Street Could Talk." The film is about a young black couple in New York City in the 1970s whose families come together to fight…


"Last Tango in Paris" director Bernardo Bertolucci dead at 77

Filmmaker who explored political and erotic themes in such classics as "The Conformist" and "1900" won two Academy Awards for writing and directing the historical epic "The Last Emperor"

Sunday, Nov 25


John Prine, the "Singing Mailman," delivers again


John Prine started writing songs while delivering mail in Chicago in the late 1960s. Over the last 50 years, classic tunes just seemed to pour out of him – some sad, like "Angel From Montgomery" and "Sam Stone"; some funny, like "Illegal…

Introducing Alessia Cara


The Canadian singer-songwriter, a recent Grammy-winner for Best New Artist, talks to correspondent Lee Cowan about her new album, "The Pains of Growing," and of adjusting to the destabilizing effects of fame.


Edmund De Waal's poetry, in porcelain and on the page


Artist Edmund de Waal creates a kind of tactile poetry with the thousands of porcelain pots he creates in his South London studio. But he's probably even better known for "The Hare With Amber Eyes," a very personal family history which has…

Potter and author Edmund de Waal on the poetry of objects

For the celebrated creator of exquisite porcelain and writer of the million-selling "The Hare With Amber Eyes," the common denominator in his work is poetry

Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara on "The Pains of Growing"

The young Canadian Grammy-winner talks about her new album, and how this one-time closet pop-star became a genuine one


Casey Kasem's wife, children accuse each other of "killing" radio icon

The beloved radio icon's widow and children from his first marriage are suing each other for wrongful death with accusations on each side that the other hastened Kasem's demise