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Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning "song stylist" and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died.
Canadian star Ryan Reynolds' superhero alter-ego has outed himself as a Nickelback defender in a new trailer for "Once Upon A Deadpool."
Aaron Sorkin is a huge fan of courtroom dramas, both as a reader and as a watcher. His first Broadway play was the swashbuckling military justice story, A Few Good Men, and he's returned with another legal thriller this winter. But this time he had to shake off a real courtroom drama.
Janet Jackson joins her brother Michael and the Jackson 5 as members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, earning induction on Thursday along with Stevie Nicks and the top fan vote-getter, Def Leppard.
A Star Is Born led nominations for the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards with four nods including best ensemble on Wednesday, firmly establishing Bradley Cooper's romantic revival as this year's Academy Awards front runner.
Gilbert Rozon, the founder of Montreal's Just For Laughs festival, has been charged with sex-related crimes against a single victim in 1979 after a lengthy investigation into multiple allegations made by more than a dozen women.
The U.S. National Film Registry is turning 30 and will bring in a new crop of films ranging from dinosaurs' return from extinction, a cowboys-in-love drama and stories showcasing Native Americans.
Decorative totem poles featuring hockey-themed figures and logos for teams including the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs have been removed from shelves at nine Lawtons drugstore locations in Nova Scotia.
"I hope somehow it will help," says Colten Boushie's mother of the play Reasonable Doubt, which has no release date.
Michelle Obama surprised a group of Detroit college students Tuesday when she made a visit to the Motown Museum.
Citing audience input, CBC has reversed its decision to remove the holiday track Baby, It's Cold Outside from seasonal playlists.
The CBC has launched a new streaming service featuring live and on-demand programming for free as well as an option to upgrade to a premium membership for a monthly fee.
Sales for Michelle Obama's memoir have topped 3 million and the former first lady is extending her book tour into 2019.
Time has given its 2018 Person of the Year title to four journalists and a newspaper that the magazine says "are representatives of a broader fight by countless others around the world."
The Golden Globe Awards will introduce a new TV special achievement trophy at next month's telecast and name it after its first recipient — comedic icon Carol Burnett.
The Canada Border Services Agency is looking at getting back into the reality TV show game, just two years after the federal privacy commissioner said the agency's show broke the law.
Modern Family star Sarah Hyland says she had a second kidney transplant last year, replacing a kidney from her father with one from her brother.
Might Beyoncé be the most mind-blowing wedding performer ever? This weekend's Ambani-Piramal pre-wedding extravaganza is but the latest example of people pulling out all the stops for a jaw-dropping, Grammy-worthy reception.