LOS ANGELES - Hillary Clinton has spoken out frankly about her loss to President Trump, claiming that had it not been for a controversial letter from FBI Director James Comey and Russian interference in the election, she would be the current president. During an interview with CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour at a Women for Women International luncheon on Tuesday, Clinton said that although she does take personal responsibility for her loss, she went on to identify events that she believes changed the course of the presidential race.
The Eagles have filed a lawsuit accusing the owners of a Mexico hotel of using the name "Hotel California," arguably the band's most famous song, without permission. In a complaint filed late Monday, the Eagles said owners of the 11-room Todos Santos hotel in Baja California Sur "actively encourage" guests to believe the hotel is associated with the band, in order to sell t-shirts and other merchandise, and make guests feel welcome.
LOS ANGELES - CNN has refused to run an ad made by President Donald Trump's team due to its labeling of several prominent news anchors as "fake news." The ad was made to celebrate Trump's first 100 days in office, including a list of things he has accomplished since his inauguration. The narrator in the ad then says, "You wouldn't know it from watching the news." It then features images of CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer, MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow, and others along with the graphic reading "fake news."
LOS ANGELES - Tomi Lahren, the conservative commentator who says she was fired for expressing her pro-choice views, has reached a settlement with Glenn Beck and The Blaze. Lahren sued her former employer last month, alleging that her show was canceled and she was blocked from accessing her social media accounts after she voiced her pro-choice position on "The View."
LOS ANGELES - Netflix says it will add more trigger warnings to its show "13 Reasons Why," which is targeted at teenagers, and includes graphic depictions of suicide and sexual violence.
LOS ANGELES - In the next round of TV-network morning wars, the battle to watch will be Kelly vs. Kelly. Megyn Kelly's new NBC morning program will launch at 9 a.m. in the fall, according to an NBC News spokeswoman, meaning the popular former Fox News Channel anchor will square off in many markets against a retooled "Live," the syndicated ABC program led by Kelly Ripa. ABC said Monday morning that she will be joined as co-host by Ryan Seacrest after a year of working with an array of guests.
LOS ANGELES - Home of the gargantuan Mall of America global shopping magnet, and a land of pristine landscapes, Minnesota also offers filmmakers modern urban skylines, pastoral farms, thousands of lakes and watersports, the renowned Guthrie Theater, the Walker Art Center - and a folksy vibe epitomized by native son Garrison Keillor's iconic public radio show "A Prairie Home Companion." Last but not least, Minnesota's so-called Snowbate incentive program provides a rebate of up to 25%.
LOS ANGELES - Khloe Kardashian is being sued for allegedly posting an unlicensed photo of herself on social media over seven months ago. On Tuesday, Xposure Photos sued the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star after she shared an image solely licensed to Daily Mail with her 66.8 million Instagram followers on September 14, 2016. The photo in question -- taken by Floridian photographer Manual Munoz -- apparently shows Kardashian exiting Komodo restaurant in Miami with older sister Kourtney Kardashian. The photo has since been removed from Khloe's stream.
LOS ANGELES - ESPN laid off 100 employees on Wednesday as part of a company-wide restructuring. The struggling cable sports network first announced the layoffs last month.
LOS ANGELES - ESPN expects to part ways with 100 of its sports journalists as the Walt Disney sports media juggernaut places more focus on its rejiggered "SportsCenter" lineup as well as digital content associated with that program.