The group behind the awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has been under pressure for its lack of Black members and its financial practices.
By Matt Stevens and Cara Buckley
The U.S. Book Show hopes to fill the void left by BookExpo, an annual convention that attracted thousands of booksellers, librarians and publishing professionals.
By Elizabeth A. Harris
The album, titled after the star’s full name, has guest appearances by Drake, Megan Thee Stallion, Justin Bieber and more than a dozen others.
By Ben Sisario
Two months after a botched hire, Versha Sharma, an editor at the news website NowThis, will take over the Condé Nast site.
By Katie Robertson
The government has been using its money and power to create an alternative to a global news media dominated by outlets like the BBC and CNN.
By Ben Smith
His reviews for Crawdaddy, Rolling Stone and Creem were admired. But his tough criticism at The Austin American-Statesman inspired a “Dump Ed Ward” movement.
By Richard Sandomir
One of pop’s most successful songwriters on fighting for the value of his craft, and on the young talents he admires most.
He conceived and produced “Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly” and was its face for 20 years, after four decades as an NBC News correspondent.
By Sam Roberts
She avoided covering beauty pageants by going to Northern Ireland on her own and was later the first woman to win a Pulitzer for national reporting.
By Katharine Q. Seelye
ViacomCBS reports that its decision to revamp and rebrand its streaming service seems to be paying off.
By Edmund Lee