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'Intent To Destroy' director: 'Armenians deserve their 'Schindler's List''

| The documentary looks at how Hollywood has depicted the Armenian Genocide, and how it also has been pressured — and agreed — to ignore that story.

Gossip columnist Liz Smith dies at 94

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Her banter, barbs and bon mots helped her climb the A-list as high as many of the celebrities she covered.

Taylor Swift, new and old, returns to SNL

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In two performances on Saturday Night Live, she presented two personas — the one she's currently cultivating and the one she's displayed for years.

No word of sex scandal at the first Oscar awards of the season

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Agnes Varda danced with Angelina Jolie. Charles Burnett said his Oscar eased the sting of a teacher's heartless words.

Hope Solo says former FIFA head Sepp Blatter grabbed her

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The former goalie for the U.S. women's team said it happened in 2013. Blatter, who was suspended from FIFA after allegations of widespread corruption, denies it.

Standing up in the world of stand-up

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In the comedy scene, women have had few ways to address sexual misconduct, even when it's an open secret. The allegations against Louis C.K. could change that.

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The first Oscars of awards season get handed out today

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The Governors Awards ceremony will celebrate the careers of four industry veterans including director Charles Burnett and actor Donald Sutherland.

Eminem and Beyoncé 'Walk On Water'

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The two collaborated for the first time on a poignant new single. It's part of the mysterious rollout of Revival, the rapper's first album in four years.

The past strikes back in Walton Ford's huge watercolors

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Is the artist depicting a revolt of nature against humanity's transgressions? He claims not to know although he says, "For two million years, we were just another flavor of meat."

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