'The Crown' and 'Ted Lasso' Take the Early Awards at the Emmys
Streaming services are having a big night, and "The Crown" could bring Netflix its first top award for a series. Here's how the night is unfolding.
Prince Andrew Suffers Setback in Bid to Avoid Epstein Accuser's Lawsuit
The British High Court will serve papers on the prince if necessary, allowing Virginia Giuffre's suit, filed in New York, to proceed.
Rudy Giuliani's Rowdy 9/11 Speech Leaves Late-Night Hosts Reeling
'I'm not saying Rudy was drunk, but that's usually when guys from Brooklyn start to imitate the queen of England,' Seth Meyers said.
White House Dessert Molds Are Up for Auction. Here's the Story Behind Them.
Former White House executive pastry chef Roland Mesnier is auctioning more than 300 dessert molds. On September 28, the Potomack Company is selling off the whole collection.
Elizabeth Debicki channels Diana in first peek into The Crown's fifth season
Netflix has released its first look of the Australian actor Elizabeth Debicki as Diana, Princess of Wales in the upcoming fifth season of The Crown.
Virginia Giuffre Files Lawsuit Accusing Prince Andrew of Rape
Virginia Giuffre, one of Jeffrey Epstein's most prominent accusers, has filed a lawsuit against Prince Andrew saying that he raped her when she was 17 and committed other forms of sexual abuse, according to court documents.
First image revealed of Imelda Staunton as the Queen in The Crown
The first image of Imelda Staunton in character as the Queen in season five of The Crown has been revealed.
'The Crown' dominates the acting categories.
"The Crown" is widely regarded in the entertainment industry as the gold standard in television thanks to its lush production values and great cast.
Chelsea reject Wolves' approach as defender prefers reunion with Jose Mourinho at Roma
That's according to TF1 (as relayed by Football France), who claims the French centre-back is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.
At Tate Britain, Celebrating a Mischievous, Subversive Talent
The Portuguese-born artist Paula Rego has made Britain her home, on and off, since the 1950s. A major retrospective explores her work, from fantastical scenes to gritty realism.