L.A. City Council Prez Herb Wesson’s LAPD Reform Plan, Adding Unarmed Teams

Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson says it’s time to have the right people responding to situations where force is not needed — and his plan could... Read more »

Sky News Reporter Interrupted by Son Live On Air, He Wants Biscuits!

Play video content Sky News A British journalist reporting live from home got yanked back into the field of family life during her broadcast — and it’s freakin’ adorable … even if... Read more »

Pride Month webinar highlights representation, gender, equality and privilege

Theydies and Gentlethems, in celebration of Pride Month, The Star and the Lifestyle unit hosted a webinar to help create awareness of LGBTQI+ issues.  Acting as the host for the informative session,... Read more »

John Wayne’s Family Says He’s Not Racist Amid Airport Naming Debate

Exclusive John Wayne was NOT a racist … at least according to his son, who just weighed in on the controversial debate about renaming the Orange County airport that bears his name.... Read more »

Golden State Killer Suspect Pleading Guilty to 13 Murders

The man known as the Golden State Killer will finally admit to the horrific crimes he committed in the ’70s and ’80s … including 13 first-degree murder charges he’s facing. Joseph James... Read more »

The Listening Room provides a true sound haven for local audiophiles

Clearly no one told Durban’s Mike Blake that turning a hobby into a business is a bad idea- or he ignored them while enjoying his lp records.Blake’s first career as a quantity... Read more »

Prince William visits vaccine research facility

Prince William admitted the possibility of indefinite social distancing is “quite frightening” as he met with scientists working to find a coronavirus vaccine. The 38-year-old royal toured the laboratory at the Oxford... Read more »

Denise Welch shares mental health survival tips

Media playback is unsupported on your device Denise Welch is worried about our collective mental health. “Mental health services are going to be on their knees,” says the actress and Loose Women... Read more »

Brooklyn Nine-Nine bins episodes after Floyd death

Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews has said four new episodes of the police comedy were thrown “in the trash” in the wake of the death of George Floyd. Crews said the show... Read more »

Cinemas and museums set to reopen in England

Cinemas, museums and galleries will be able to reopen in England from 4 July, Boris Johnson is expected to announce on Tuesday as he outlines a further easing of coronavirus restrictions. Venues... Read more »

BBC commits £100m to increasing diversity on TV

The BBC is to increase diversity by investing £100m of its TV budget over a three year period to produce “diverse and inclusive content”. Director general Tony Hall has described the move,... Read more »

How a $0-budget movie ‘topped the US box office’

In normal times, blockbuster movies usually dominate the box office charts. The big-budget productions, directed by the likes of James Cameron, Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott, regularly draw the biggest crowds at... Read more »

Cinemas and museums set to reopen in England

Cinemas, museums and galleries will be able to reopen in England from 4 July, Boris Johnson is expected to announce on Tuesday as he outlines a further easing of coronavirus restrictions. Venues... Read more »

Tesla’s Cybertruck on Display at L.A. Auto Museum, Up Close & Personal

Elon Musk‘s newest sweet ride has gone from the Tesla stage to the public stage — ’cause his Cybertruck made what appears to be its public debut for the first time this... Read more »

Rep. Al Green Says Juneteenth More Important Than Ever, Rips Trump for Taking Credit

Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Rep. Al Green says there are more reasons than ever for all Americans to celebrate Juneteenth, and a national holiday is just the start of what D.C.... Read more »

Plans for UK-wide drive-in gigs announced

A series of drive-in concerts are to take place across the UK this summer, promoters Live Nation have announced. The likes of Ash, Cream Classical Ibiza, The Lightning Seeds and Gary Numan,... Read more »

The movies starting to film again after coronavirus

While lockdown may have provided us with the chance to catch up on some old movies, there’s only so many you can watch before you crave something new. Agreed? Agreed. Well, fear... Read more »

We’ll Meet Again: The story of Vera Lynn’s wartime classic

Wartime classic We’ll Meet Again became Dame Vera Lynn’s signature song. It was also one of the first singles to use a synth, was accused of being too “slushy” for the troops,... Read more »

Barbara Windsor ‘may have to move into care home’

Dame Barbara Windsor’s husband has revealed the 82-year-old actress may soon have to move to a care home due to her Alzheimer’s. In an ITV interview, Scott Mitchell told her friend and... Read more »

Mask up and jump on – the new rules for the day out

Theme parks, museums and leisure centres are working out how they could reopen safely, as lockdown restrictions ease in the UK. Even riding on a rollercoaster is going to require a face... Read more »

Top Gear’s McGuinness ‘fine’ after supercar skid

Top Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness has said he is “totally fine” after skidding a supercar off the road while filming in North Yorkshire. The TV star wrote on Instagram he had had... Read more »

TV drama revisits Salisbury poison attack ‘horror’

Scenes of streets in lockdown, health officials wearing PPE, dangerously contaminated surfaces and a battle with an invisible enemy are set to feature in a new TV drama from Sunday. But the... Read more »

Chrissy Teigen celebrates implant removal surgery with boob cake

Chrissy Teigen celebrated her breast implant removal with a cake shaped like her chest, complete with tombstone commemorating the death of her implants. The “Cravings” author revealed in May she was set... Read more »