By Joseph Ax HARRISBURG, Pa.
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean boy band, BTS, will take their first long holiday in six years after a series of global hits, their managers said, asking fans to respect the band’s privacy if they see
By Barbara Goldberg (Reuters) – In El Paso, Texas, there are books for third-grade students, many of whom have none at home.
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Attorneys for real estate scion Robert Durst, charged in Los Angeles with murdering his confidante Susan Berman in 2000, have asked a judge to declare that
By Alicia Powell NEW YORK (Reuters) – The man behind the failed Woodstock 50 anniversary festival said on Friday he was “pretty bummed” at losing out on a chance to encourage people to take action on
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cyndi Lauper has settled a lawsuit by songwriter Benny Mardones that accused her of lifting elements of his song “Into the Night” for the finale of her 2013
MADRID (Reuters) – American actor Richard Gere on Friday visited 121 migrants stranded for the past week on a rescue ship in the Mediterranean, as the European Union’s executive urged member countries
By Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of people gathered at the world’s most famous zebra crossing on Thursday to mark the 50th anniversary of the day the Beatles created one of the best-known
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hollywood actor Danny Trejo, known for his tough-guy roles in such films as ‘Machete,’ helped rescue a young boy who was trapped in a car that overturned in a Los Angeles