At Facebook’s annual developer conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a new system that ranks and prioritizes news organizations based on trustworthiness, as well as a “Clear History” function to keep Facebook from tracking users around the internet.
Tina Fey hosted the ‘SNL’ season 43 finale over the weekend, reprising her infamous role as Alaska governor and presidential contender Sarah Palin. Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda offered a behind-the-scenes look at Fey's new Tony-nominated Broadway musical, ‘Mean Girls.’
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and partner Lauren Hashian have welcomed their second daughter, Tiana Gia. “After participating in baby Tia’s delivery, it’s hard to express the new level of...admiration I have for...all mamas and women out there,” he posted on Instagram.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against Chris Brown and two others claiming the she was sexually assaulted in the singer's home. "This is one of the most horrific cases involving alleged sexual assaults that I have ever seen, and our client, Jane Doe, has been severely traumatized by what she was forced to suffer," her lawyer said.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, known for being moderately liberal, called for the repeal of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment giving Americans the right to bear firearms in response to student protests. President Trump replied it “will never be repealed.”
Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ lit up the box office in its opening weekend, debuting to an estimated $1.57 million -- the director’s biggest debut ever. The new indie animation film features the voices of Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand and others.
Rick Santorum suggested on CNN that Parkland students should learn CPR instead of marching the day after the March for Our Lives nationwide events in protest of gun violence. The republican senator’s comments prompted backlash from gun violence victims.
Harper Lee’s estate is suing the Broadway producers of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ claiming Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation veers too far from her book. The chief issue: lawyer Atticus Finch is initially presented as an apologist for the racial status quo, at odds with his heroic image in the novel.
First lady Melania Trump drew attention for wearing a jacket that read "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" during a trip to a children's immigrant shelter. Her team insisted there was no hidden message, though the president said it was directed at the "fake news media."