Rihanna slams Snapchat's offensive ad: 'Shame on you'
The singer responded to the Snapchat ad that appears to make light of the 2009 domestic violence incident involving her and her then-boyfriend Chris Brown.
Rihanna calls out Snapchat for controversial game: 'You let us down!'
Rihanna isn't accepting Snapchat's apology for a controversial game hosted on its platform, inviting its users to either "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown" that has since been pulled from the app.
'American Idol' recap: Episode 2
The second episode of American Idol was full of heart-stopping auditions, but it was Katy Perry's antics that left everyone talking.
Best acceptance speeches during the 2018 Oscars
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#MeToo, Black Lives Matter and Women's March leaders discuss their movements' success
#MeToo founder Tarana Burke, Women's March co-chair Tamika D. Mallory and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors talk with Sunny Hostin about how their movements have impacted millions.
Grammys gets serious
Politics and powerful personal messages marked the night at the 60th annual Grammy Awards.
3-year-old gives online audience makeup tips
Liriana might only be 3 years old, but she already has a growing fan base on Instagram for her makeup skills.
The hottest beauty and fashion trends for 2018
Good Housekeeping's Lori Bergamotto breaks down the hottest hair, makeup and fashion trends she predicts will be big in the new year.
Crazy Legs' on-the-ground mission to provide clean water to Puerto Rico
The hip-hop pioneer teamed up with Red Bull and Waves for Water to help Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.
CEO of La Colombe coffee: 'I don't want this tax cut'
Todd Carmichael said he is one of the few CEOs in America willing to declare what other executives won't: that while the new tax bill may be good for his business, it's bad for the country.