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Condo towers’ giant letters spelling T-R-U-M-P vanish, at least for now

The 10-foot letters that spell TRUMP PLAZA atop the east and west sides of a two-tower condo complex in downtown West Palm Beach mysteriously vanished a couple weeks ago.

Ventura glad legal battle against 'American Sniper' is over

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is denouncing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle as an "American Liar".

Knight Arts Challenge names these artists — and South Florida — winners

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Monday awarded 43 South Florida art ideas as winners in the 10th annual Knight Arts Challenge. It also recognized the contributions of 25

Opera waited year to act on accusation against conductor

Metropolitan Opera waited a year to act after it was informed of sex abuse allegations against conductor James Levine.

'House of Cards' to resume taping minus star Kevin Spacey

Production is resuming will resume next year on "House of Cards" for the show's sixth and final season.

Former Fox News producer claims O'Reilly broke agreement

A former Fox News producer who settled a lawsuit with Bill O'Reilly over alleged mistreatment in 2002 sues him, claiming he violated a confidentiality agreement through comments

Duke University rescinds journalism award for Charlie Rose

A Duke University journalism program has rescinded an award given to television host Charlie Rose in response to sexual harassment allegations.

Director Bryan Singer departs Queen biopic mid-production

Director Bryan Singer has left the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the middle of production.

Screen Actors Guild Awards taps first host: Kristen Bell

The Screen Actors Guild Awards will have a host for the first time next year: Actress Kristen Bell.

The sweet reason why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want a banana wedding cake

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going bananas over wedding planning!

Tiffany Haddish dishes on going to Taylor Swift's potluck dinner party: 'Taylor

Since making it big, Tiffany Haddish is enjoying all the benefits of being a superstar comedienne, including being invited to a few star-studded dinner parties.

Sex therapist says she gave Matt Lauer the bag of sex toys Meredith Vieira found

A sex therapist who served as a contributor to the “Today” show says she’s the one who gave Matt Lauer the bag of sex toys Meredith Vieira found in his office.Laura Berman

CIA experiments, conspiracies and a mysterious death: Inside Netflix's new true

Netflix’s upcoming docuseries Wormwood mixes fiction and nonfiction to investigate a thicket of decades-long conspiracy theories around the CIA — and how one family may have paid

Nissan uses Star Wars to help people understand semi-autonomous driving assists

A Kylo Ren-inspired Maxima is one of five Last Jedi-themed Nissans

Hank Azaria says The Simpsons’ writers are ‘really thinking’ about The Problem

But director Hari Kondabolu says he’d rather see Apu developed than removed from the show

The Walking Dead Villain Watch season 8, episode 7: Time for After

The show’s make-or-break moment is upon us

The Year in Theater: Amid Escalating Reports of Gendered Violence, New York

This afternoon, the Public Theater will hold a town hall meeting about sexual harassment and misconduct in the arts and entertainment industries. Invitations were issued...

The Best NYC Shows This Week: Cold Specks, Cyndi Lauper, DJ Koze

Several pioneering techno DJs grace the city this weekend, many of them still in their prime despite having cultivated long careers. Ellen Allien, the Berlin DJ...

The Steely-Eyed Ferocity of “Alias Grace”

In the fourth episode of Alias Grace, the Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1996 novel set in 1840s Upper Canada, there’s a quietly chilling scene...

Five women are legitimate director contenders, surely a nod will go to at least

Christopher Nolan and Guillermo del Toro seem like locks for Oscar nominations, and Steven Spielberg too. Our predictions for the rest of that ballot.

They can write, they can act, but can they direct? Turns out, these Hollywood

Aaron Sorkin, Andy Serkis, Kumail Nanjiani, these and other Hollywood figures are learning new behind-the-camera skills.

Noah Baumbach's cross-generational film, "The Meyerowitz Stories" explores

"The Meyerowitz Stories" pairs Ben Stiller and Adam Sandler as Dustin Hoffman's sons, struggling to understand — and please--their father.

Tori Amos is no longer a pop star — and she seems fine about it

Wrapping a tour behind her album "Native Invader," the veteran singer and pianist demonstrates her devotion to great songwriting.

Sundance Film Festival announces lineup for debut 'Indie Episodic' program

Sundance revealed a new section dedicated to episodic work, along with the short film program and special event titles including Spike Lee's "Pass Over."

American Cinematheque to debut exclusive new 70 mm print of 'Lawrence of Arabia'

A new 70 mm print of David Lean's seven-time Oscar-winning classic will debut Dec. 15.

For 'Blade Runner 2049,' cinematographer Roger Deakins only had to film the

Thirteen-time Oscar nominee Roger Deakins has yet to win the cinematography award. But he's bound to get another shot at the gold this season with his work on "Blade Runner 2049."

'Apes' director Matt Reeves: I wanted to push ... Caesar's story into the realm

Matt Reeves followed up 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' with this summer's highly regarded 'War for the Planet of the Apes.' His goal, to make the story--and the emotions behind

CBS looks to Jeff Glor to give 'CBS Evening News' a digital boost

CBS looks to Jeff Glor to give 'CBS Evening News' a digital boost. The broadcaster will target streaming viewers with its new 42-year-old anchor.

Former Fox News producer who settled mistreatment claim with Bill O'Reilly sues

A women who complained about O'Reilly in 2002 alleges that he's breached their non-disclosure agreement.

Discovery buys majority stake in OWN from Oprah Winfrey

Discovery is paying $70 million for a greater stake in Winfrey's network that was launched amid great fanfare in 2011.

'House of Cards' to resume production in 2018 without Kevin Spacey

Ted Sarandos, chief content officer of Netflix, said Monday that the sixth and final season of the dramatic series will feature a starring role for actress Robin Wright.

Misty Copeland on diversity in dance, her 'Nutcracker' princess and coming home

America's most famous ballet dancer returns to Southern California to dance the role of Clara in American Ballet Theatre's "The Nutcracker" at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. She

The Takeaway discusses allegations of harassment and bullying against ex-host

We take a deeper look into the allegations facing former Takeaway host John Hockenberry.

Levittown and the rise of the American suburb

After World War II, many American GIs wanted to settle down and start families. Businessman Bill Levitt saw a huge business opportunity and helped create a new vision of suburbia.

Canadian animated short 'Fox and the Whale' among 10 films in Oscar race

Joseph's "Fox and the Whale" is among 10 short animated films that have advanced in the voting process for the 90th Academy Awards.

Netflix confirms season 6 of 'House of Cards' will happen — starring Robin

Netflix's Ted Sarandos confirms that the company is going forward with season 6 of "House of Cards."

'X-Men' director Bryan Singer has been fired from the upcoming Queen biopic

Fox has fired director Bryan Singer from the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" due to reported clashes with lead actor Rami Malek and absences from set.

A Netflix executive unknowingly defended 'The Ranch' star Danny Masterson to one

A Netflix executive unknowingly told one of Danny Masterson's four rape accusers that Netflix doesn't believe the actor's accusers, a report said.

Geoffrey Rush steps down as Australian Academy president amid allegations of

Actor Geoffrey Rush resigned over the weekend from his position as president of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts.

Netflix exec unknowingly defends Danny Masterson to rape accuser

A Netflix executive told a woman that company honchos don’t believe the rape allegations against actor Danny Masterson — only to learn that she’s one of his accusers, according to