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Women's college sports get boost in TV ratings, visibility

NSA to NSO: NY filmmakers explore circles of surveillance

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Beyond 'In the Heights,' colorism persists, rarely addressed

Rapper IDK to launch music business program at Harvard

Amanda Kloots hopes people don't forget COVID-19 devastation

Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' dies at 79

US Mint to issue quarters honoring notable American women

Janet Malcolm, provocative author-journalist, dies at 86

R. Kelly nears OK for new legal team for upcoming trial

Q&A: Abdul-Jabbar talks new documentary, MLK, social justice


Inquiry slams security faults before Manchester Arena attack

'Fire and Fury' author writes new Trump book 'Landslide'

Review: Album of exploration from jazz guitarist Julian Lage


CORRECTS TO FIFTH INNING NOT SECOND INNING - James Madison starting pitcher Odicci Alexander (3) stands in the pitching circle as Oklahoma's Jayda Coleman (24) celebrates at second base behind her after hitting a double in the fifth inning of an NCAA Women's College World Series softball game Monday, June 7, 2021, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Women's college sports get boost in TV ratings, visibility

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Odicci Alexander became an overnight sensation at the Women's College World Series.

No apology: Tavis Smiley makes comeback bid after PBS firing

Annie Murphy's new show takes aim at familiar sitcom tropes

Paris Jackson says paparazzi caused her long-term trauma

New this week: Kevin Hart in 'Fatherhood, 'iCarly' & 'Luca'


A woman walks through an exhibition by American artist and filmmaker Laura Poitras, near the art work

NSA to NSO: NY filmmakers explore circles of surveillance

BERLIN (AP) - American filmmaker Laura Poitras, known for her award-winning 2014 documentary on former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden and his revelations about the National Security Agency, has once again turned her camera on the watchmen.

Review: In Pixar's 'Luca,' young life as a stolen adventure

Q&A: Rita Moreno on finding self-worth and never giving up

New documentary tells Brian Wilson's survival story

Pixar's 'Luca' invites you to summer in the Italian Riviera


A relative holds a photograph of Dr. Jibraeil, assistant professor of history at Aligarh Muslim Uliversity, who died of COVID-19, in Aligarh, India, Saturday, June 12, 2021. Within just one month, the official Facebook page of Aligarh Muslim University, one of the topmost in India, published about two dozen obituaries of its teachers, all lost to the pandemic. Across the country, the deaths of educators during the devastating surge in April and May have left students and staff members grief-stricken and close-knit university communities shaken.(AP Photo/Manoj Aligadi)

Virus surge claims brightest minds at Indian universities

SRINAGAR, India (AP) - Sajad Hassan sat at his professor's hospital bedside for three nights, doing most of the talking as his friend and mentor breathed through an oxygen mask and struggled with a suspected COVID-19 infection.

AP Interview: India says it hopes to resume vaccine exports

Western heat wave threatens health in vulnerable communities

The Latest: Uganda tightening measures due to virus surge

Palestinians call off 1M dose vaccine exchange with Israel