CBS CEO Leslie Mooves resigned Sunday night. The company said in a statement that CBS and Moonves will donate $20 million to one or more organizations that support the #MeToo movement and equality for women in the workplace.

All eyes in the southeast are on Hurricane Florence.

"Halloween" is being called the best one since the original. I want to say "it killed" during the Toronto Film Festival, but I won't. Jamie Lee Curtis returns, along with the slashing unhappy camper. It opens October 19.

Miss New York, Nia Franklin, was crowned the new Miss America over the weekend.

Subway is going to phase out the $5 footlong sub.

That was rapper and Ariana Grande's former boyfriend Mac Miller who died of a drug overdose last week.

A study says two thirds of Millennials sleep in the nude.

An Ohio high school teacher was suspended after giving students a morality test with questions about incest, puppy killing and sex dolls.

Kevin Garnett is suing his accountant for allowing a wealth manager to steal $77 million from him.

A golf course in North Dakota has started using drones to deliver food and drinks to players.

A Georgia Democrat running for Congress says he will stay in the race while in jail on DUI charges.

Unbeknownst to us all, Meghan Markle's mom spent the entire summer with Prince Harry and Meghan.

Olivia Newton-John successfully fought breast cancer for the first time in 1992 and went into remission. Last year, she revealed that her cancer had returned, this time in the base of her spine. Now, she confesses that her current fight is actually her third cancer battle, as she learned in 2013 that the disease had returned, resurfacing in her shoulder.

Thousands of bugs have been stolen from the Philadelphia Insectarium. Thieves made off with more than 7,000 bugs, including millipedes, rhinoceros roaches, lizards, frogs, snakes, and venomous spiders valued at more than $40,000.

Denise Richards -- yes, Charlie Sheen's ex -- married fiance Aaron Phypers on Saturday in Malibu.


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