A lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims thinks he may have kept tapes of Prince Andrew. Plus, Harry and Meghan hit Beverly Hills, and the redoubtable Princess Anne approaches 70.
After Hiroshima and Nagasaki, at least two Hollywood studios planned movies about the atomic bomb. One was about its horrors. Ayn Rand’s? Not so much.
If people who are joining the movement won’t do the internal audit needed to understand how their day-to-day interactions with Black people lead to unrest, nothing changes.
The author Ashley Mears has written a fascinating book that analyzes the high-spending misbehavior of the very rich—which reaches its outrageous zenith in nightclub “bottle wars.”
The SCOTUS ruling has many pointing out that birth control treats hormonal conditions as well as prevents pregnancies. But the reason a woman uses birth control shouldn’t matter.
In recent months, Goldman has been extensively quoted on TV and in the tabloids as a “friend” with juicy tidbits on Ghislaine Maxwell. But some reporters are skeptical.
The promoter behind the failed “National Enquirer Live!” theme-park project has sued the tabloid company chief for alleged misdeeds in their collaborative effort.