• Emmys cast President Trump in key supporting role

    Trump-themed barbs came from various directions, including a reunion of "9 to 5" stars Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton, who spoke of giving a bigot his comeuppance then and now; and "Veep's" Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who dryly suggested an impeachment storyline was jettisoned because the writers feared someone else might beat the HBO comedy to the punch. Even John Lithgow's praise of Winston Churchill, who he played in "The Crown," had a political tinge to it. The Emmys also featured a seemingly effortless display of diversity, in a way the Oscars might envy. That aspect of television was celebrated both in a video package and on an impromptu basis by Donald Glover's dual wins for "Atlanta,"

  • New film explores J.D. Salinger's PTSD

    CNN's Jake Tapper takes a look at the new biopic "Rebel in the Rye" about famed recluse author J.D. Salinger.

  • Driver charged over hospital bus crash

    The 21-year-old driver of a double-decker bus that crashed at an Edinburgh hospital, injuring eight people, has been charged with dangerous driving. The roof of the bus was ripped off by an overhead walkway at the Western General Hospital on Sunday afternoon. Six of the injured, men and women aged between 14 and 60, were taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for treatment. None of the injuries was thought to be life-threatening. Police Scotland said the road was reopened on Sunday evening and a report would be submitted to the procurator fiscal. Officers are urging anyone who witnessed the crash to contact them. 'Glass everywhere' Bus passenger Colin Main, 34, from Edinburgh, told how the noise

  • Alec Baldwin scores Emmy gold for roasting Trump on 'SNL'

    Louie Anderson ("Baskets"), Ty Burrell ("Modern Family"), Tituss Burgess ("Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), Tony Hale ("Veep"), and Matt Walsh ("Veep") were Baldwin's fellow nominees in the highly competitive category.

  • Narcos location scout shot dead in Mexico

    A location scout for the Netflix crime drama Narcos has been shot dead while working in central Mexico. The bullet-riddled body of Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, was found in his car in a rural area in the town of Temascalapa, in Mexico state, one of the country's most violent. Mexican officials were reportedly having difficulties investigating the case given a lack of witnesses. Netflix said the facts surrounding his death were "still unknown". A friend of Mr Muñoz told the Spanish newspaper El País (in Spanish) that the victim was travelling in the region taking photographs for locations. The death happened on Monday but news of it has only recently emerged. Mr Muñoz's 10-year career included scouting

  • Linkin Park plan Bennington tribute gig

    US rock band Linkin Park are to hold a special tribute concert in honour of singer Chester Bennington, who killed himself in July at the age of 41. The gig will be held at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on 27 October. A statement on the band's website promised "an unforgettable night of music to honour the man that touched the lives of so many around the world". Linkin Park had been about to start a tour when Bennington, a father of six, took his own life. The singer had struggled with addiction and had discussed depression and suicide in interviews. Tickets for the concert, which will feature "a number of other artists", will go on general sale on Friday. Formed in 1996, Linkin Park have

  • TV stars reveal how they watch their favorite shows

    The biggest TV stars talk to CNN on the red carpet at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards about how they consume television nowadays.