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Politics center stage as 'Handmaid's Tale' sweeps Emmys

Los Angeles - Television's glittering Emmys placed politics front and center on Sunday, lavishing "The Handmaid's Tale" with awards for its bleak portrait of an authoritarian America.

Murdoch in Australia TV network bid after law changes

Sydney - News Corporation co-chair Lachlan Murdoch on Friday launched a bid for Australia's third-largest television network after the government struck a deal to make controversial changes to media ownership laws.

Judge grants early date for Olivia de Havilland suit against FX over 'Feud'

Los Angeles - Hollywood legend Olivia de Havilland may be 101 years old, but she's still spry enough to sue FX over her depiction in the network's Emmy-nominated miniseries "Feud: Bette and Joan.

That's a wrap: 'Veep' to end next year

New York - The award-winning US TV comedy series "Veep" will end in 2018 after seven seasons, its star Julia Louis-Dreyfus said Wednesday.

North Korea's top newsreader announces H-bomb success

Seoul - Pyongyang's favourite newsreader - a woman in her 70s -- returned to the airwaves Sunday to declare its proud possession of a hydrogen bomb.

Kendrick Lamar gives fiery start to MTV awards

Los Angeles - Rapper Kendrick Lamar offered a fiery start Sunday to the MTV Video Music Awards, setting his stage ablaze in a martial-arts-themed performance.Lamar, who leads the evening with eight nominations, performed his song "HUMBLE.

Merkel 'out of touch', says challenger as vote nears

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel is "aloof" and "out of touch", her main challenger Martin Schulz said Sunday, stepping up his attacks as he seeks to turn around a flagging campaign ahead of next month's general election.

Boxing: TV demand forces delay of Mayweather-McGregor

Las Vegas - A surge in pay-per-view television demand forced a delay to the start of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's Las Vegas superfight on Saturday.

MTV brings activism to glitzy awards

Los Angeles - The MTV Video Music Awards have earned notoriety for their made-for-television shock moments but in the era of Donald Trump, the gala is set to take on a new political bent.

Game of Thrones actor warns about husky craze

London - Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage on Tuesday urged fans of the series to stop buying huskies because of their similarity to fearsome "direwolves", as many were being quickly abandoned.

Chinese 'Sex and the City' confronts awkward truths

Shanghai - A wildly popular drama likened to "Sex and the City" is breaking ground on China's staid state television with content that strikes at the heart of life today for the nation's urban women.

Diana confessions set to air on British TV

London - Footage of the late princess Diana pouring her heart out about her failed marriage with Prince Charles will air on British television for the first time, a channel confirmed Sunday.

Putin tries to woo Russian teens with live TV show

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin on Friday took part in a live television show, fielding questions from Russian youngsters in an apparent bid to connect with teenagers who have been flocking to opposition rallies.

Trumping competition, 'SNL' leads Emmys field after mocking prez

Los Angeles - Long-running comedy sketch show "Saturday Night Live" was showered with love by the Television Academy Thursday after a year of mercilessly spoofing President Donald Trump -- receiving 22 Emmy nominations.

'Game of Thrones': Winter is finally here

Los Angeles - "Game of Thrones" returns for its penultimate season Sunday, presaging the end of a saga of sex, violence and political intrigue that has become the world's most popular TV show.

N.Korea's veteran newsreader returns to declare ICBM launch

Seoul - Pyongyang deployed one of its most symbolic media assets to declare a key moment in North Korea's missile development -- a female TV announcer in her 70s.

Comedy host Noah 'stopped eight-10 times' by US police

New York - Trevor Noah, one of the most prominent comedy hosts in the United States, has spoken out against the wider problem of racial bias among police, saying he has been stopped by American officers "eight to 10 times.

Kremlin denies Putin mistook US video for Russia's Syria campaign

Moscow - The Kremlin on Wednesday hit back at embarrassing media reports that President Vladimir Putin mistook a video of US attacks on Afghanistan for Russian strikes on Syria.

US judge declares mistrial in Cosby sex assault case

Norristown - A US judge declared a mistrial Saturday in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case with the jury deadlocked on whether the disgraced star drugged and molested a woman in 2004, as prosecutors vowed to seek a retrial.

Deadlocked Cosby jury eyes fifth day of deliberations

Norristown - A deadlocked Pennsylvania jury battling to reach a verdict in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial was to deliberate a fifth day Friday as to whether or not he drugged and molested a woman more than 13 years ago.

Leeza Gibbons talks about father, Philips Lifeline, Betty White Special

Emmy winner Leeza Gibbons opened up with Digital Journal about how she almost lost her father ("Pops') as she calls him to a heart attack but, technology, the Philips Lifeline, saved his life.

Oscar-winner Stone brings Putin to US television

New York - Oliver Stone, the Hollywood director and triple Oscar winner, puts Russian President Vladimir Putin in US living rooms on Monday by broadcasting interviews with a leader who fascinates and repels many Americans in equal measure.

Condoms, bribery, warlords: Afghans find truth in comedy

Kabul - They are a thorn in the side of abusive Afghan warlords, corrupt policemen and double-dealing politicians, skewering them on television -- with laughter.

Condoms, bribery, warlords: Afghans find truth in comedy

Kabul - They are a thorn in the side of abusive Afghan warlords, corrupt policemen and double-dealing politicians, skewering them on television -- with laughter.

Condoms, bribery, warlords: Afghans find truth in comedy

Kabul - They are a thorn in the side of abusive Afghan warlords, corrupt policemen and double-dealing politicians, skewering them on television -- with laughter.

Cosby admitted he was a 'sick man,' mother tells sex-assault trial

Norristown - The mother of the main accuser in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial told the jury on Wednesday that the disgraced US megastar admitted in a telephone conversation 12 years ago that "he was a sick man.

'I wanted it to stop,' accuser tells Cosby trial

Norristown - The main accuser in Bill Cosby's trial gave emotional testimony in court Tuesday, delivering her first public remarks about the night he allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted her 13 years ago.

Putin says Snowden no 'traitor' in Oliver Stone interviews

Moscow - In US director Oliver Stone's edgy new interview series, Russian leader Vladimir Putin says he believes intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is no traitor and appears to confirm multiple assassination plots have targeted him.

Bill Cosby latest in litany of famous sexual assault cases

New York - Megastar turned pariah Bill Cosby, who goes on trial Monday for allegedly drugging and assaulting a woman in 2004, joins a growing list of famous men charged with a sex crime.

Bill Cosby latest in litany of famous sexual assault cases

New York - Megastar turned pariah Bill Cosby, who goes on trial Monday for allegedly drugging and assaulting a woman in 2004, joins a growing list of famous men charged with a sex crime.
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