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ET Canada veteran Roz Weston to exit entertainment news show after nearly 17 years

ET Canada veteran Roz Weston to exit entertainment news show after nearly 17 years

TORONTO — After interviewing Hollywood stars in cities across the globe, ET Canada veteran Roz Weston says he's signing off from the entertainment news program.
Jon Batiste kicks off Grammy Museum's educational series

Jon Batiste kicks off Grammy Museum's educational series

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jon Batiste is still putting in some Grammy work: The multi-talented performer will kick off a series geared toward public and educational programs in New York City next month.
French movement calls out sexual misconduct in politics

French movement calls out sexual misconduct in politics

PARIS (AP) — Rape accusations against a newly named French minister have galvanized a movement aimed at exposing sexual misconduct in French politics and encouraging women to speak out against abusers.
Paris: Ex-leader of Louvre charged with money laundering

Paris: Ex-leader of Louvre charged with money laundering

PARIS (AP) — The former president of the Louvre museum has received preliminary charges for alleged antiquities trafficking during his tenure as head of the famous Paris museum.
Two years after Floyd murder, racial trauma permeates US

Two years after Floyd murder, racial trauma permeates US

Black Men Heal co-founder Zakia Williams was deeply moved as she watched a young Black man become emotional while speaking about the mental health toll the past few years have taken on him.

Literary 'superagent' Mort Janklow dies at 91

NEW YORK (AP) — Mort Janklow, a colorful former corporate attorney who raised high the power of the literary agent as he brokered big advances for publishing, political and entertainment leaders, from Ronald Reagan and Al Gore to David McCullough and
COVID-19, shootings: Is mass death now tolerated in America?

COVID-19, shootings: Is mass death now tolerated in America?

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — As the nation marked 1 million deaths from COVID-19 last week, the milestone was bookended by mass shootings that killed people simply living their lives: grocery shopping, going to church, or attending the fourth grade.
Reality TV’s Josh Duggar gets 12 years in child porn case

Reality TV’s Josh Duggar gets 12 years in child porn case

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Former reality TV star Josh Duggar was sentenced Wednesday to about 12 1/2 years in prison after he was convicted of receiving child pornography . Duggar was also convicted of possessing child pornography in December, but U.
Indigenous leaders say Quebec language law damages reconciliation efforts

Indigenous leaders say Quebec language law damages reconciliation efforts

MONTREAL — Indigenous communities in Quebec say the language law passed Tuesday will harm the education prospects of their youth and undermine reconciliation in the province.
Depp retakes witness stand, calls Heard's allegations insane

Depp retakes witness stand, calls Heard's allegations insane

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) — Johnny Depp called his ex-wife's accusations of sexual and physical abuse “insane” Wednesday as he returned to the witness stand in his libel suit against Amber Heard.