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The fallout since the Weinstein scandal first rocked Hollywood
Harvey Weinstein, the man once synonymous with Hollywood whose alleged behavior started one of the most important conversations in the industry's history, is now facing criminal charges.

Rose McGowan's message to Harvey Weinstein: 'We got you'
"I actually didn't believe this day would come. I didn't believe this day would come."

Celebrities react to Harvey Weinstein's arrest
Seven months after women began coming forward with stories alleging sexual misconduct by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, the former movie mogul has been arraigned on charges of rape and committing a criminal sexual act in the first degree.

Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein cases send a Time's Up message
Bill Cosby, convicted of sexual assault. Harvey Weinstein, arrested and charged with rape and sex abuse.

It's Kardashians vs. Wests on 'Family Feud'
Does Kanye West have an advantage on "Family Feud" since he has a way with words?

There's such a thing as too much 'Star Wars'

Meghan Markle's coat of arms unveiled
The Duchess of Sussex has been bestowed with a coat of arms, days after her royal wedding to Prince Harry, Kensington Palace announced Friday.

SAG 'reviewing' Morgan Freeman lifetime achievement honor
The Screen Actors Guild is in the process of determining what, if any, action will be necessary regarding its recent lifetime achievement award recipient Morgan Freeman, who on Thursday was accused of engaging in a pattern of alleged inappropriate behavior and harassment in a CNN investigation.

'Show Dogs' to undergo edits after uproar
"Show Dogs," the children's film that this week was criticized by an advocacy group over scenes that it said promoted an inappropriate and harmful message about sexual abuse, will undergo edits to remove the objectionable content, the studio said Wednesday.

Get your popcorn. Summer movie season is here
"Deadpool 2" isn't the only eagerly awaited film this summer.

Donald Glover is cool with Lando being pansexual
It makes perfect sense to Donald Glover that his character in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" is pansexual.

'Solo' revives thrill of seeing new actors inhabit old roles
One of the intriguing aspects of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" involves whether fans embrace Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover as they approximate younger versions of Harrison Ford and Billy Dee Williams. And if that seems self-evident, given a recent trend in movies -- and "Star Wars" in particular -- it's a welcome departure from using computer gimmickry to "de-age," or even resurrect, actors.

Women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior, harassment
A young production assistant thought she had landed the job of her dreams when, in the summer of 2015, she started work on "Going In Style," a bank heist comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin.

Holly Marie Combs not 'Charmed' by reboot
Add Holly Marie Combs to the list of former "Charmed" cast members not super excited about the reboot.

'Bachelorette' Becca Kufrin admits to falling for 2 men
Becca Kufrin went from brokenhearted to opening her heart to two men.

'Survivor' crowns a winner after history-making vote
Warning: This post contains spoilers about the season finale of "Survivor."

Jessica Walter tearfully talks Jeffrey Tambor harassing her
Jessica Walter has forgiven Jeffrey Tambor for what she says was verbal harassment by her "Arrested Development" costar.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus will receive Mark Twain Prize for comedy
One of the most decorated Emmy winners will soon have yet another award on her mantel.

Kelly Clarkson jokes about her recent weight loss
"The Voice" coach Kelly Clarkson not only just won Season 14 of the show -- she also appears to be winning at weight loss.

Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham set a wedding date
Wedding bells will ring this winter for Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham.

'The Voice's' youngest winner yet
It's already been a week for competition reality show finales, and on Tuesday, "The Voice" made some history.

Stop asking Savannah Guthrie if she's pregnant
Savannah Guthrie is not here for the pregnancy inquiries. Not "Today."

R. Kelly sued for alleged sexual assault
A 20-year-old woman has filed suit against singer R. Kelly, claiming he unlawfully gave her alcohol, assaulted her and gave her a sexually transmitted disease.

Will Smith teases social media over official 2018 World Cup song
On your mark ready set let's go!

John Legend's call for bail reform
No one should have to stay in jail because they lack the money to buy their freedom. Yet every night, according to the Justice Department's statistics, nearly 450,000 people who have not been convicted of a crime sit in jail, a large number trapped there simply because they don't have enough money to post bail.

Jada Pinkett Smith shares her struggle with hair loss
Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about her struggle with hair loss in the latest episode of her Facebook talk show, Red Table Talk.

'Condor' lands as '70s-style paranoid thrillers migrate to TV
The 1970s were considered the Golden Age of movie paranoia, with taut thrillers like "The Parallax View," "Three Days of the Condor," "The Conversation" and "Marathon Man," informed to varying degrees by a Watergate-era sensibility.

'Arrested Development' returns
"Arrested Development" is back, after an experimental fourth season that the parties appear to be tacitly admitting didn't entirely work, given that the producers re-edited the episodes. Returning to more familiar terrain, the show remains amusing, while delivering what feels like diminishing returns.

'John McCain' offers definitive portrait of maverick senator
"John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls" offers a definitive portrait of an extraordinary life, boasting extensive access to its subject as well practically as every political luminary to pass through his orbit, including three former presidents. Keenly aware that he's nearing the end, McCain and director Peter Kunhardt have left a guide to a figure described, for good or ill, as being the most influential non-president of the last half-century.

29 million people in US tuned into the royal wedding

Jon Cryer: Ascension to a Legacy
Through an incredible journey, Jon Cryer discovered that his 9x great-grandfather, James Adams, came to America as an indentured servant. After a disastrous attempt to repel the English from his beloved Scotland, James Adams and other Scots were captured, shipped to Massachusetts against their will, and compelled into approximately 7 years of indentured service for Read More

Wedding Traditions Fit for Royalty
We can credit the royal family for establishing some of the most common wedding traditions known to brides throughout the world, like white wedding dresses. We asked the Ancestry research team to uncover other traditional displays we might see at the ceremony of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. We have a queen to credit for Read More

Ireland, Italy, or Germany? Oh, My!
Put 28 people that all have Irish ancestors on a bus with a driver from Limerick.  Add three professional genealogists and a tour guide from Belfast.  Then, spend ten days touring Ireland.  Thats what I did for a week and a half in April. Ancestry ProGenealogists has partnered with Go Ahead Tours for Heritage Travel Read More

Timeless: Where Were You When Ronald Reagan Was Shot?
One of the things I have learned in life and in family history is that there are moments.  Moments that are burned into our memory.  We know exactly where we were and how we felt when our first child was born, when our mother died, when our spouse was diagnosed with cancer.  We also know Read More

Timeless: The Woman Known As Mrs. Sherlock Holmes
When she was 41 years old, Mrs. Mary Quackenbos, married Mr. Howard Donald Humiston in Lima, Peru.  What she was doing in Peru, is the stuff of headlines.  And, there were a lot of headlines in the life of this woman.  Yet, today, she is relatively unknown. Thats one of the things that I Read More

Exploring the U.S., WWII Jewish Servicemen Cards, 1942-1947 Collection
I recently read an Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF) for a Jewish soldier in WWII named Harvey P. Robitshek. This IDPF was unlike other I have read in that it is 361 pages long. Now I’ve read hundreds of IDPFs across all branches of the military for WWII, but this one really stood out. Why? Read More

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: A Fight for Survival
Underground markets. Escapes through sewers. Friends and neighbors defending their streets from tanks. On the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, we look back on a WWII story rarely told, but just as heroic as the Landing at Normandy or the Battle of Britain. On 19 April 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto, a starving Jewish Read More

Timeless: A Trip That Took JFK 115 Years to Make
Right this minute, Im in Ireland on an Ancestry ProGenealogists Heritage Tour, sitting in the Harbor Hotel overlooking Galway Bay.  Ive spent the last week and a half making a clockwise tour of the island.  And, it seems that every time we come around another corner someone reminds us about the time in June 1963 Read More

Timeless: Benjamin Franklin’s Connection to the Salem Witch Trials
When I think about Benjamin Franklin I think about bifocals, kites and lightening, his ambassadorship to France, and the fact that he was the oldest person to sign the Declaration of Independence in 1776.  I most certainly dont think about the Salem Witch Trials.  After all the witchcraft frenzy that gripped Salem Village happened almost Read More

Preparing for the 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI
As we move through 2018, we get closer to the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, a war in which some of our ancestors fought and died. Have you started your research? Are you attending any commemorations or unveiling of new war memorials? Are you adding your new information to your family Read More