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Janet's back! Check out all the Billboard Music Award winners
The 2018 Billboard Music Awards celebrated some of music's biggest names on Sunday night.

Excuse us Taylor Swift, you were blocking the BMAs
Taylor Swift is so officially back.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend introduce their son
The world has finally gotten a glimpse of a new Legend.

'The Sopranos' get spoofed in 'SNL' season finale
"Saturday Night Live" marked special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation first anniversary with a spoof of "The Sopranos'" final scene.

Jennifer Aniston to play POTUS in Netflix film
Jennifer Aniston is headed to the White House in an upcoming Netflix comedy film, and she's bringing her wife with her.

Where will the picture-perfect couple honeymoon?
So now they're married, where will Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan be going on their honeymoon?

Kelly Clarkson calls for a 'moment of action'
Before the start of the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, host Kelly Clarkson called for a moment of action instead of a moment of silence for the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting.

Preview this summer's hottest movies
"Deadpool 2" isn't the only eagerly awaited film this summer.

K-pop group BTS debuts single at Billboard Music Awards
K-pop boy band BTS became the first Korean artists ever to appear on stage at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, as they performed their new single "Fake Love."

MTV suspends 'Catfish' production
MTV has put production of its reality series "Catfish" on hold as host and executive producer Nev Schulman faces allegations of sexual harassment.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin welcome 4th child
Alec Baldwin is a father again.

Jordan Peele announces new Amazon series
Amazon Studios is getting into business with "Get Out" writer/director Jordan Peele.

98 Degrees launching holiday tour
If you are a 98 Degrees fan, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

'Captain Marvel' won't be what you might expect
"Captain Marvel" is about a year away from theaters, but the final cut may not be what fans are anticipating.

About John Travolta dancing with 50 Cent at Cannes...
Imagine "Saturday Night Fever's" Tony Manero with some dad moves.

Backstreet Boys are back (alright!)
If it feels like it's been a while since you've heard new music from the Backstreet Boys, it's because it has. But, as we all enjoy saying every few years: Backstreet's Back.

Chrissy Teigen tweets: 'Somebody's herrrrrrre'
Chrissy Teigen tweeted Wednesday night: "Somebody's herrrrrrre!" with the baby bottle emoji.

Rapper T.I. arrested
Rapper T.I. was arrested early Wednesday morning, according to authorities in Henry County, Georgia.

CBS responds to Pauley Perrette's tweets about 'NCIS' and assaults
CBS Television Studios has released a statement after "NCIS" star Pauley Perrette implied that "multiple physical assaults" were the reason she quit the hit series.

Candice Bergen explains how politics played a part in reviving 'Murphy Brown'
"Murphy Brown" is coming back to television in September and no one is more excited than Candice Bergen.

Stan Lee files suit against former company
Superhero creator and legend Stan Lee has filed a lawsuit in excess of $1 billion against a company he co-founded.

'Lost Boys' star Jami Gertz at NBA draft lottery freaks out fans
Yes, that was '80s actress Jami Gertz getting her shot Tuesday at the NBA Draft Lottery in Chicago.

'Fahrenheit 451' doesn't catch fire with HBO adaptation
Proving you can't judge a book -- or movie -- by its cover, "Fahrenheit 451" turns out to be considerably less than the sum of its parts. Featuring the tantalizing tandem of Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon, this HBO movie adaptation of Ray Bradbury's dystopian novel grinds along sluggishly, eclipsed by similar visions ("The Handmaid's Tale," anyone?) and becoming one of those films that, alas, looked better on paper.

'Solo' takes flight
As "Rogue One" demonstrated, there's a rich vein of material in "Star Wars" prequels, just waiting to be mined. "Solo: A Star Wars Story" will surely make off with plenty of that loot, even if the movie requires considerable time to take flight, recovering from a messy, flat opening half before rallying and picking up speed down the stretch.

'Deadpool 2' gleefully revels in R-rated mayhem
Gleefully trying to outdo the original, "Deadpool 2" serves up a veritable smorgasbord of pop-culture and comic-book references, from James Bond to X-Men. There's a hit-miss quality to that, but enough of them connect to ensure that this proudly R-rated action vehicle won't leave many of the fans who helped will it into existence feeling disappointed.

Inside Netflix's new push into reality TV
Netflix is reporting it added fifty percent more new subscribers this year over last year. Now, the streaming giant wants to keep expanding in the world of reality TV.

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'Deadpool 2' topples 'Avengers: Infinity War' at the box office

Why the National Enquirer's Trump connections are under scrutiny

Wedding Traditions Fit for Royalty
We can credit the royal family for establishing some of the most common wedding traditions known to brides throughout the world, like white wedding dresses. We asked the Ancestry research team to uncover other traditional displays we might see at the ceremony of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. We have a queen to credit for Read More

Ireland, Italy, or Germany? Oh, My!
Put 28 people that all have Irish ancestors on a bus with a driver from Limerick.  Add three professional genealogists and a tour guide from Belfast.  Then, spend ten days touring Ireland.  Thats what I did for a week and a half in April. Ancestry ProGenealogists has partnered with Go Ahead Tours for Heritage Travel Read More

Timeless: Where Were You When Ronald Reagan Was Shot?
One of the things I have learned in life and in family history is that there are moments.  Moments that are burned into our memory.  We know exactly where we were and how we felt when our first child was born, when our mother died, when our spouse was diagnosed with cancer.  We also know Read More

Timeless: The Woman Known As Mrs. Sherlock Holmes
When she was 41 years old, Mrs. Mary Quackenbos, married Mr. Howard Donald Humiston in Lima, Peru.  What she was doing in Peru, is the stuff of headlines.  And, there were a lot of headlines in the life of this woman.  Yet, today, she is relatively unknown. Thats one of the things that I Read More

Exploring the U.S., WWII Jewish Servicemen Cards, 1942-1947 Collection
I recently read an Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF) for a Jewish soldier in WWII named Harvey P. Robitshek. This IDPF was unlike other I have read in that it is 361 pages long. Now I’ve read hundreds of IDPFs across all branches of the military for WWII, but this one really stood out. Why? Read More

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: A Fight for Survival
Underground markets. Escapes through sewers. Friends and neighbors defending their streets from tanks. On the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, we look back on a WWII story rarely told, but just as heroic as the Landing at Normandy or the Battle of Britain. On 19 April 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto, a starving Jewish Read More

Timeless: A Trip That Took JFK 115 Years to Make
Right this minute, Im in Ireland on an Ancestry ProGenealogists Heritage Tour, sitting in the Harbor Hotel overlooking Galway Bay.  Ive spent the last week and a half making a clockwise tour of the island.  And, it seems that every time we come around another corner someone reminds us about the time in June 1963 Read More

Timeless: Benjamin Franklin’s Connection to the Salem Witch Trials
When I think about Benjamin Franklin I think about bifocals, kites and lightening, his ambassadorship to France, and the fact that he was the oldest person to sign the Declaration of Independence in 1776.  I most certainly dont think about the Salem Witch Trials.  After all the witchcraft frenzy that gripped Salem Village happened almost Read More

Preparing for the 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI
As we move through 2018, we get closer to the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, a war in which some of our ancestors fought and died. Have you started your research? Are you attending any commemorations or unveiling of new war memorials? Are you adding your new information to your family Read More

Dispelling Myths in Jewish Genealogy
Janette Silverman grew up believing she might never uncover the stories of her Jewish ancestors. Due to the diaspora and the horrific events of World War II, finding Jewish families who had lived in Europe before the 20th century was nearly impossible. At least, that’s what she had been told. It was common knowledge, a Read More