The $52 billion deal for the Walt Disney Company to buy a large part of 21st Century Fox may affect your TV bill, habits, and what content is available. Here's how.
By Patty Gorena Morales
Disney will no longer block The Los Angeles Times from attending press screenings of its movies, ending a controversial ban that had many news organizations threatening to also boycott those screenings.
By Justin Scuiletti
In the newest Pirates of the Caribbean film, Captain Jack Sparrow is dogged by deadly ghost pirates, led by the maniacal Captain Salazar. In real-life, he’s apparently being pursued by a different kind of foe: hackers that claim to be…
By Elizabeth Flock
By PBS NewsHour
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Tuesday he regrets remarks he made comparing long wait times at VA health care sites to waiting in line at a Disney amusement park.
By Sheila Kaplan, STAT
Disney, fearing a scandal, tried to press a journal to withdraw research paper from a controversial scientist.
By Marina Lopes
Princess Elena will be introduced in a special episode of a Disney Junior’s series in 2016. By the end of the year she will have her own animated series.
By Jasmine Wright
California’s Department of Public Health confirmed Monday seven more cases of measles tied to outbreaks from Disney theme parks in California, bringing the total number of infected to 26.
By Peggy Orenstein
Peggy Orenstein, author of “Cinderella Ate My Daughter: Dispatches from the Frontlines of the New Girlie-Girl Culture,” shares tips for parents of girlie-girls and non-girlie-girls on how to approach the princess culture while raising healthy, confident daughters.
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