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Guest Host Desus Nice Breaks Down Trump’s Excuses on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

“He says the F.B.I. planted fake evidence to frame him, and now he wants them to return the fake evidence,” Nice said. “Even O.J. is like, ‘Yo, bro, you wildin.’”

National Endowment for the Humanities Announces $31.5 Million in Grants

The third round of funding for the year will support 226 projects across the country.

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6, Episode 13 Recap: Life

In the series finale, Jimmy and Saul go to war. Kim flies across the country, twice.

Frederick Buechner, Novelist With a Religious Slant, Dies at 96

He drew on his theological credentials in essays and memoirs, and his fiction, full of colorful characters, was admired for its elegance, wit and depth.

Nicholas Evans, Author of ‘The Horse Whisperer,’ Dies at 72

He was a first-time novelist whose tale of a manly vocation and family trauma broke publishing and then movie rights records when Robert Redford bought them.

The Stabbing of Salman Rushdie Renews Free Speech Debates

After the attack, writers and world leaders hailed Rushdie as a symbol of free expression. But the battle lines around his novel “The Satanic Verses” were never cleanly drawn.

Penguin Random House’s C.E.O. Defends Bid to Buy Simon & Schuster

Madeline McIntosh argued that the publishing industry extends far beyond its biggest players, and that the government has focused on a tiny sliver of deals.

John L. Eastman, McCartney’s Lawyer in Beatles’ Breakup, Dies at 83

An entertainment attorney for high-profile clients, he was central to a battle over control of the Beatles’ business empire in the last days of the band.

Netflix’s “13” Brings Back Memories For Its Stage Cast

For the creators and cast of the 2008 musical “13,” a new Netflix adaptation brings back memories — theatrical and hormonal.

Upending Expectations for Indigenous Music, Noisily

After long being consigned to a legacy of stereotypes, Indigenous American artists are making some of the country’s most engaging experimental music.

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