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The Los Angeles native, who portrays beloved neighbor Thug Yoda, said it’s bittersweet to see the show that gave him his start come to an end.
Michel Aupetit, who has led the Paris church since 2018, sent a letter to Pope Francis offering to resign following a report in Le Point magazine.
"Rediscovered the joy of reading for pleasure (bragging about it)."
Famous Chinese photographer Chen Man promised to "improve my ideologies."
HBO's new "Black and Missing" docuseries revisits cold cases of missing Black people while analyzing the media's tendency to overlook them.
Following the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, attention has turned toward an alleged sex trafficking victim from Wisconsin who shot and killed her abuser.
The cinematic commercial, made by the country’s postal service, celebrates LGBTQ rights.
“We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terroristic acts of a white supremacist,” the former NFL star tweeted.
After years of work, Issa has finally achieved her professional dream on "Insecure." Now, Penny has too.
As a teen, Manfred Steiner wanted to become a physicist, but his mother and uncle advised him that studying medicine would be a better choice in turbulent times.
The legendary Mexican artist's self-portrait, “Diego y Yo,” sold for nearly $35 million, shattering records for the most expensive piece sold at auction by a Latin American artist.
The Rutgers professor has received death threats from racists, who want to silence anyone who calls out white supremacy.
Nearly 20% of AAPI people say they’ve experienced a racist incident in the past year, according to a new survey from the coalition Stop AAPI Hate.
The NASA astronaut is set to depart on her historic mission to the space station in April.
“We’re going to rebuild and reset and come back in a way that honors our mandate, incorporates the voices of our critics, learns from our findings," Ashley Judd said.
Judge William Kelly ordered the Iowa Department of Human Services to provide coverage for sex reassignment surgeries when ordered to treat gender dysphoria.
A lawsuit filed by a teacher who was fired from his job at a Catholic high school in Indianapolis for being in a same-sex marriage can now proceed.
"[Me arriving late to things] sorry supply chain problems."
"Someone ended a text with ‘XD’ and I was like dang, this is vintage. Ye olde emoticon. A text of yore."