Hollywood's A-listers are lining up behind Joe Biden

WASHINGTON (AP) - When Robert De Niro showed up outside a Manhattan courthouse to decry Donald Trump as his New York hush money trial was winding down, it sparked a life-imitates-art screaming match with a nearby group of the former president’s supporters.

Jennifer Aniston launches children's book series with best 'friend'

NEW YORK (AP) - Inspired by her beloved dog, Jennifer Aniston will soon become a children’s author.

DeSantis appointees approve new Disney development deal

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Gov. Ron DeSantis’ appointees on Wednesday gave final approval to an agreement that buries the hatchet between Disney and the governing district for Walt Disney World, which the Florida governor took over after the company two years ago publicly opposed a state law critics dubbed "Don’t Say Gay."

Billy Ray Cyrus files for divorce after 7 months of marriage

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Billy Ray Cyrus has filed for divorce from singer Firerose after seven months of marriage.

'Bad Boys: Ride or Die' has $56 million box office opening

NEW YORK (AP) - "Bad Boys: Ride or Die," the fourth installment in the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence action comedy series, opened with an estimated $56 million in theaters over the weekend, handing Hollywood a much-needed summer hit and Smith his biggest success since he slapped Chris Rock at the Academy Awards.

Netflix's recipe for success includes 'secret sauce'

LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) - Although its video streaming service sparkles with a Hollywood sheen, Netflix still taps its roots in Silicon Valley to stay a step ahead of traditional TV and movie studios.

Black Music Month has evolved since the 1970s

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Every June since the 1970s, across the United States, musicians, fans and industry professionals celebrate Black Music Month. It’s an opportunity to highlight the contributions of Black artists and position Black art at the center of American culture across popular music and beyond.

Vanna White bids emotional goodbye to Pat Sajak

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Ahead of Pat Sajak's final episode as the host of "Wheel of Fortune," Vanna White paid an emotional tribute to her co-host of more than 40 years.