• Actress Rose McGowan arraigned on cocaine charge

    LEESBURG, Va. (AP) — Actress Rose McGowan was arraigned Thursday on felony cocaine charges, days after she alleged in The New Yorker that the drugs may been planted to discredit her.

  • Seal opens dialogue with listeners on ‘Standards’ album

    BEVERLY HILLS, California (AP) — These days, Seal doesn’t shake your hand. He hugs you.

  • Famed London theater receives 20 allegations against Spacey

    LONDON (AP) — London’s Old Vic Theatre said Thursday it has received 20 allegations of inappropriate behavior by its former artistic director Kevin Spacey, and acknowledged that a “cult of personality” around the Hollywood star had made it difficult for people to come forward.

  • ‘Wind River’ filmmakers take control back from Weinstein

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Like an avenging character straight out of one of his films, writer-director Taylor Sheridan said he was not going to let “Wind River” stay in Harvey Weinstein’s control.

  • Alejandro Sanz celebrated as Latin Grammy Person of the Year

    NEW YORK (AP) — If he could travel back in time, Alejandro Sanz says he would stop and enjoy the moment when his career started taking off two decades ago.

  • The Latest: Witness says media giants paid World Cup bribe

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. trial of three South American soccer officials accused of corruption in the FIFA scandal (all times local):

  • Kelly Clarkson ‘cried a lot’ while making new album

    BURBANK, California (AP) — Returning to the recording studio after having her second child, Kelly Clarkson said she “cried a lot.”

  • Pharrell Williams sounds warning about climate change

    SHANGHAI (AP) — Pharrell Williams is using music to sound the warning about climate change.

  • Correction: Brandeis-Play Pulled story

    BOSTON (AP) — In a Nov. 14 story about a stage production that was canceled at Brandeis University, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the performance was postponed from the fall to the spring. While the production was initially postponed, the playwright later decided to have it premiered elsewhere. It will not be performed at Brandeis this spring.

  • Plummer calls his replacement of Spacey in film ‘ironic’

    NEW YORK (AP) — Christopher Plummer says he doesn’t feel like he’s replacing Kevin Spacey in the upcoming Ridley Scott film “All the Money in the World” because he was up for the part when the movie was being cast.