Ebony Photo Archive To Be Auctioned To Pay CreditorsThe collection of 4 million images chronicles the civil rights movement and the lives of prominent figures such as Billie Holiday and Muhammad Ali. It was once appraised at $46 million.
Rolling Stones Add Guest Artists To North American TourSt. Paul & The Broken Bones will be on hand when the tour launches at Chicago's Soldier Field on June 21, followed by Whiskey Myers on the second Chicago date, June 25.
Smollett Will Not Return To 'Empire'Lee Daniels tweeted a denial to an earlier report by Variety that the show's writers were planning a comeback for Smollett's character.
Barry Jenkins To Direct Film About Choreographer Alvin AileyRaised in segregated rural Texas, Ailey became a pioneering choreographer, dancer and director who helped popularize modern dance.
In Time For Pride, Rainbow Colored Crosswalks"Thirteen of the crosswalks feature the rainbow design that's been a symbol of the worldwide LGBTQ+ pride movement since the 1970s, and the 14th crosswalk at Melrose is dedicated to the transgender community with blue, pink and white stripes found on the transgender flag."
Spoiler Alert: 'Jeopardy!' Star Holzhauer's Fate RevealedOften in the show's first round, he'd quickly pile up as much money as he could, and then bet it all if he landed on a Daily Double that allows him to choose how much money to risk.
'60 Minutes' Correspondent Scott Pelley On 'Truth Worth Telling'Pelley said we've transitioned from the information age to the disinformation age which makes traditional journalist all the more important for america and the world.
Claus von Bulow, Cleared In Attempted Murder Of Wife, DiesThe tall, aristocratic von Bulow was charged with putting his wife, Martha "Sunny" von Bulow, into an irreversible coma to gain her fortune so he could live with his mistress, a raven-haired soap opera actress.
Alex Trebek Shares 'Mind-Boggling' Pancreatic Cancer UpdateThe American Cancer Society estimates 3% of patients with stage 4 pancreatic cancer are alive 5 years after being diagnosed.
Kutcher Testifies About Knocking On Slain Woman's DoorKutcher said he told detectives the next day he knew his fingerprints were on the door and he was "freaking out."
'Jeopardy' Champ James Holzhauer Nears Ken Jennings' RecordOn Monday, the Naperville native won his 28th straight game with an additional $130,222 in winnings, the second highest single-day sum ever recorded on the show. The professional sports gambler from Las Vegas also holds the all-time record, which is $131,127.
Lawyer: Deal Close In Weinstein Sexual Misconduct LawsuitsHarvey Weinstein also faces criminal charges in New York of rape and performing a forcible sex act. His trial is scheduled to begin in September. The settlement wouldn't resolve his criminal case.
Illinois State Fair Lowers Admission Sunday To ThursdayThe lower prices are part of an effort to make the fair a more affordable, family-friendly experience. He says the fair will continue to be the most affordable state fair in the Midwest.
A Host Of Celebrities Speak Out On Criminal Justice ReformCommon, a Grammy, Oscar and Emmy winner born in Hyde Park, was touched in particular by the cause through his work on the 2014 film "Selma," the story of the 1965 voting rights marches in Alabama. The "Glory" rapper has performed at numerous concerts inside California prisons and is a frequent visitor to the men of one in Los Angeles County where all are serving life sentences.
'Incomplete' Demolition Permit Filed For Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home In GlencoeIf the demolition were to take place, it would be the first Wright-designed building to be razed since the Carr House in Michigan in 2004.