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    Nakotah LaRance, a champion hoop dancer who traveled the world performing with Cirque du Soleil, has died at age 30

  • Evening news programs outpace prime time television

    Broadcast networks might want to consider promoting newscasters David Muir, Lester Holt and Norah O'Donnell to prime time, at least for the summer

  • Timing of Carlson's vacation familiar to Fox News viewers

    Fox News' Tucker Carlson says he's headed out to do some trout fishing this week — after addressing on the air the story about his former top writer, who resigned after racist comments he'd made under a false name were discovered online

  • Autopsy confirms Naya Rivera's death was accidental drowning

    Officials say an autopsy has confirmed that “Glee” star Naya Rivera died from accidental drowning

  • Times editor resigns, saying she was harassed for her ideas

    An editor and writer for The New York Times' opinion section has publicly resigned, saying she was harassed for ideas that didn't conform with a liberal point of view

  • Vegas entertainers dance, train at home, awaiting the stage

    Concerts, acrobatic shows, striptease dance revues and other performances that typically entertain thousands of tourists in Las Vegas are among the workplaces that have had to shutter from the coronavirus. Though casinos have been allowed to reopen with rules about sanitizing, social distancing and mandatory face masks, hundreds of performers who round out the only-in-Vegas spectacle are still waiting. Many performers, including those who've come to the city from all over the world, are waiting in Las Vegas for the shows and crowds to return, trying to keep their bodies in top form, practice their skills and find a way to perform. Miguel Rivera had been dancing with the Chippendales male revue for four months when the show shut down, taking Rivera from energetic and interactive audiences every night to a lot more quiet. The show typically involved male dancers out interacting with the audience and sometimes having physical contact. “That’s why it is hard to come back with a show...

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