Review: Dave Chappelle’s new special isn’t stand-up. It’s an anguished history of violence
His credentials seemed impeccable. He was 60, a Yale graduate, a former studio chief, a gifted dealmaker and now a newly named company president. But there were a few clouds: He was also a convicted embezzler, a compulsive gambler and his Yale degree was bogus. This was 1981 and David Begelman, the new boss of [
Following WWDC20, Apple’s Josh Shaffer and Eliza Block have joined John Sundell on the Swift by Sundell podcast to talk in detail about everything that’s new in SwiftUI, the new home screen widgets in iOS 14, Xcode Previews, and more. Josh Shaffer, director of engineering at Apple and Eliza Block, an iOS software engineer offer
President Donald Trump’s planned trip to his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey has been canceled. Per CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, the White House has announced that the president will not be traveling to Bedminster this weekend because New Jersey has placed new quarantine restrictions on Americans coming into the state who have visited COVID-19 hot [
Netflix has brought back the hit true-crime show, Unsolved Mysteries and has a new generation of fans hooked. The very first episode of the reboot tackles the unexplained death of Rey Rivera. The writer’s death in 2006 was ruled as a suicide, but his loved ones don’t think so. His wife, Allison Rivera, was widowed [
Lake County reported three additional COVID-19 deaths Tuesday, bringing the total to 238, officials said. It now stands at 4,489 cases, according to state figures.
Dave Chappelle's new special, taped and released in the middle of a pandemic, solidifies his status as the premier comedian of our time.
When rebooting a long-running TV show, there are certain rituals that have to be observed. Attempting to precisely re-create the original formula is tricky, and usually comes off as weak besides. But change too much, and suddenly you’re being accused of opportunistically slapping a beloved name onto a wholly unrelated
The former Daily Show host enlists Steve Carell and Rose Byrne for a political farce that suggests he’s not up for satirizing our moment.
The NBC sitcom starring Andy Samberg has apparently dumped several scripts for next season in order to write new ones that, in some way, reflect current events.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A district attorney in Alabama says a black man who has spent two decades on death row should get a new trial amid questions about the fairness of his 1998 murder conviction.
Gov. Cuomo credited New York’s continued progress to widespread compliance with social distancing restrictions and face mask usage.