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Cannes Lions: David Oyelowo on Learning From Oprah, Daniel Day Lewis and Tom Cruise

The British actor and 'Selma' star turned his session at the Cannes Lions festival into a master class on how to succeed in entertainment.

Gretchen Carlson on Miss America Changes, Seeing Harvey Weinstein in Handcuffs

Gretchen Carlson, the former Fox News anchor who helped ignite what would become the #MeToo movement when she took on Roger Ailes in 2016, is still fighting, now to rebrand the Miss America competition. She also talks about what it was like to see Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs

Ex-WPP Head Martin Sorrell Unveils New Media Plans

Martin Sorrell called reports about his controversial ouster from WPP in April “scurrilous” and announced his new technologically-driven ad and media company in an appearance at the 2018 Cannes Lions.

Cannes Lions: Sophia Amoruso on #Girlboss and Her Rags-to-Riches-to-Bankruptcy Tale

At Cannes Lions, Sophia Amoruso spoke about bouncing back from the collapse of her Nasty Girl label, launching digital media firm #Girlboss and the importance of never taking no for an answer.

Cannes Lions: Olympics Star Adam Rippon on Making “Weird” Work

At the Cannes Lions, Olympics star Adam Rippon talks about making "weird" work for him. “When I went to the Olympics people were like, who is this white trash?” Rippon told NBC anchor Natalie Morales. “But now through my social media, they feel as if [they] know me and they go on my journey with me.”

Cannes Lions: Lyor Cohen on Reviving the Music Industry

"It’s an incredible time to be in music, fortunes are going to get made," said the head of YouTube Music, promising online subscription services will drive a return to growth for the sluggish music business.

Cannes Lions: Footwear Queen Tamara Mellon on Rehab, Bankruptcy and Reinvention at 50

The co-founder of Jimmy Choo spoke about her train-wreck lifestyle and why she still has "impostor syndrome."

Harvey Weinstein in Cannes: Why the King of the Croisette Was Called “The Pig”

While his movies were taking home trophies at the glamorous south of France fest, chauffeurs and hoteliers say he abused and even punched them during his dangerous reign.

Cannes: Inside Russian Oligarchs’ Powerful Presence in the South of France

As Putin is accused of meddling in elections and a French probe leads to a raid on a sumptuous villa in Cap d'Antibes, an uncomfortable spotlight shines on the outrageously rich oligarchs who make the South of France their home.

A Murder in Howard Beach, the Ghost of John Gotti and John Travolta in a Wig

The brutal slaying of a 30-year-old white woman has some in this Queens neighborhood longing for the law and order days of John Gotti, as Travolta brings the mob boss back to life on the big screen.

Meet Angelina Jolie’s London-Based Power Squad

The star's close friends and supporters include a onetime Bosnian refugee whose story is "more incredible than any Hollywood script" and whose high profile in UK politics, say insiders, has drawn the fury of hard-line Serbs.

Renowned Nice Pediatric Hospital Is Scene of Grief Among Families, Reporters

The Fondation Lenval, where eight years ago Angelina Jolie delivered her twins amid an unprecedented paparazzi frenzy, now is the center of a more somber media vigil.