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Scottish actor and activist Alan Cumming says he's pleased to be hosting the first LGBT gala ever held at the United Nations, but he also finds it a bit silly that it's taken so long.
 
Jolie 'disheartened' by US response to the ongoing global migrant crisis
Angelina Jolie says she is "very disheartened" by the U.S. response to the global migration crisis, and fears countries will adopt increasingly isolationist policies instead of acting together to tackle the challenge.
 
Musician Schneider wins five categories at 2016 Jazz Awards
It's the year of the woman at the 2016 Jazz Awards with Maria Schneider becoming the first artist ever to sweep five categories.
 
South Korean writer Han Kang's Booker prize marks a major victory for a decade-long effort to drag one of Asia's oldest but, until recently, least-known literary traditions into the global market.
 
'Soviet chic' eatery favored by Russian agents reopens
Moscow's Aragvi restaurant, once the legendary haunt of KGB spies and cosmonauts, has reopened with its Soviet-era grandeur restored.
 
Han Kang's 'The Vegetarian' wins Man Booker fiction prize
LONDON -- South Korean author Han Kang has won the Man Booker International Prize for fiction with "The Vegetarian," an unsettling novel about a woman whose decision to stop eating meat has devastating consequences.
 
Stamps issued when Hawaii was a kingdom to be auctioned in NYC
A collection of historic postage stamps issued when Hawaii was a kingdom is expected to fetch at least US$2 million at auction.
 
Cox, Carey talk importance of GLAAD at annual awards
Mariah Carey is no stranger to honors and awards, but the pop star said that her GLAAD Ally Award, which she received at the annual event on Saturday in New York, was something more.
 
Rapper Azealia Banks apologizes for racist rant on Zayn
Rapper Azealia Banks has apologized for a stream of racist and Islamophobic invective against former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik that led Twitter to suspend her.
 
Drake ruled the U.S. album sales chart for a second straight week Sunday as the rap star who has smashed streaming records fended off challenges from Beyonce and Radiohead.
 
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