“To Our Fellow Women of Color: We see you. We hear you. Because we are you,” the Time’s Up statement reads. “For too long, our community has ignored our pain. The pain we bear is a burden that too many women of color have had to bear for centuries. The wounds run deep.” The organization called…

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CLOSE Bill Cosby was found guilty on all three counts of aggravated indecent assault on Thursday. One victim Cosby said the conviction is a “victory for womanhood and sexual assault survivors.” USA TODAY For Juror No. 1 in Bill Cosby’s retrial, it was the comedian/actor’s own admission that he drugged women that helped the juror determine Cosby…

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“Extra” host Mario Lopez and his 7-year-old daughter, Gia, on stage together at the Daytime Emmy Awards, because that’s the kind of thing that happens here. (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Several years ago, television mostly gave up on the Daytime Emmy Awards. In 2012, the telecast shifted from broadcast TV to cable. Two years later, it moved to an…

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So, here we are. The Idol Top 10, and because the world moves so quickly, in a few hours, that will only be the Top 7. Then the Top 2. Then it’s over. By midnight. Just kidding. But this is an expedited season that will end with only seven contestants moving forward. This week is Disney week,…

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Mr. Trump, meanwhile, seized on the association’s backtracking, tweeting that the dinner was “DEAD as we know it.” That might be fine with Mr. Trump, who was roasted for his bogus birtherism claims by Seth Meyers and President Obama in 2011, as he sat rigid in the audience, turning into a tomato. Was Ms. Wolf’s…

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With Avengers: Infinity War Hulk-smashing box office records, let’s take a look at how it stacks up to all the other Marvel Cinematic Universe titles. Here’s a current ranking of all 19 MCU films and how much money they made via Box Office Mojo — some of the results might surprise you. (Note: Infinity War will might…

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*NSYNC fans camped out overnight in Hollywood ahead of the boy band’s induction on the Walk of Fame on Monday. A queue of fans began forming around 6.30 p.m. on Sunday and was winding around the block by the time Monday morning rolled around. The mainly female crowd enjoyed singalongs and donned throwback merchandise including T-shirts…

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This year’s Broccoli City Festival may have been Washington D.C.’s biggest event yet, and it definitely didn’t disappoint. An estimated 30,000 fans flocked to RFK Stadium in the District’s northeast region on Apr. 28, to indulge in a roster of A-list performers, DJs, and black-owned (environmentally-friendly) businesses. The exceptional turnout and the wild energy each festival goer brought…

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U.S. stocks fell modestly in afternoon trading on Monday, with the latest round of positive corporate earnings failing to excite investors. The day’s losses were widespread, with nine of the 11 primary S&P 500 sectors falling. Despite that, major indexes were poised to end the month of April with solid gains. What are the main…

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. consumer prices accelerated in the year to March, with a measure of underlying inflation surging to near the Federal Reserve’s 2 percent target as weak readings from last year dropped out of the calculation. FILE PICTURE: People shop for a princess doll at the Disney Store in Times Square in New…

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