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No host can save the over-long, antiquated ceremony. [Read More]
"It's intoxicating—dangerous, too." [Read More]
In post-Florence North Carolina, the president is joking with victims. [Read More]
People are incredibly invested in Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's relationship. [Read More]
The Coldplay frontman crafted a wistful ode to DiCaprio's dad-like shorts of choice. [Read More]
One of China's most famous stars is rumored missing and feared to be in custody of the Communist government. [Read More]
An Axios-SurveyMonkey poll found that the vast majority of Americans want the historic abortion rights decision to remain in effect. [Read More]
Welcome to Gaga's awards season, as she promotes "A Star Is Born." [Read More]
West apologized to Drake this week, after a lengthy feud. [Read More]
Dear Noah Centineo, Henry Golding, and LeBron James: Thank you for warming our icy, cynical hearts. [Read More]
"We have failed the Rohingya before," she said. "Please let us not fail them again." [Read More]
Their relations were already chilly, but now Team Cynthia is taking the temperature on the debate, asking that Cuomo not freeze the room. [Read More]
Father of daughters or not, men need to advocate for women. [Read More]
The SNL star seems remarkably secure with the fact that his fiancee Ariana Grande is the breadwinner in the relationship. [Read More]
From the first transgender gubernatorial nominee in history to the potential first Muslim-American woman in Congress. [Read More]
We have high hopes for the reboot of Mel Gibson's "What Women Want," starring Taraji P. Henson. [Read More]
Contrary to an exaggeratory Axios report on her "reign of terror" in the Trump White House. [Read More]
From snorkeling in a charming Italian fish village to playing volleyball with Ansel Elgort, a handy list. [Read More]
In "Vogue'" September issue, Beyoncé says, "I look at the woman I was in my 20s and I see a young lady growing into confidence... [Read More]
At an Axios event on Thursday, the presidential daughter and adviser referred to the border crisis in the past tense. [Read More]