One Direction Performs Songs From New Album Four on Today Without Zayn Malik
It was pandemonium in Florida as 15,000 One Direction fans packed Universal Orlando Resort for the band’s live performance on TODAY. The band debuted their fourth studio album, “Four” — but one 1D member was missing. Zayn Malik didn’t make it with his bandmates to the States. “He’s got a tummy bug so he’s not very well,” Liam Payne said of Malik. Get the full story here.
Who Should Be TIME’s Person of the Year?
TIME’s editors will choose the Person of the Year, but that doesn’t mean readers shouldn’t have their say. Cast your vote for the person you think most influenced the news this year for better or worse. Here you’ll find some of the year’s most provocative newsmakers. Get the full story here.
‘Orange Is the New Black’ Star Taryn Manning Arrested For Criminal Threats
Manning was arrested for making criminal threats against a former close friend, law enforcement sources tell TMZ. Taryn had been ordered to stay away from Jeanine Heller, a former pal after the two ended up in court and a judge issued a mutual domestic restraining order. We’re told the judge determined Tuesday Taryn violated the restraining order by threatening to kill Jeanine via text and social media. Get the full story here.
Alec Baldwin Is a Relationship Expert in His New Web Series
Alec Baldwin’s Love Ride is a new Web series from Above Average, in which Baldwin presents himself as an “internationally recognized relationship expert” and offers advice to young couples who join him in a taxi. Get the full story here.
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NBC, Netflix Cancel Bill Cosby’s Shows After Sex Assault Claims
BC said on Wednesday it has canceled an upcoming project with veteran comedian Bill Cosby, his second show to be pulled after accusations that he sexually assaulted women resurfaced in recent weeks. Netflix Inc said it was postponing Cosby’s stand-up comedy special “Bill Cosby 77,” which was due to be released on Nov. 28. Get the full story here.
Bono Treated With Metal Plates, ‘Intensive Therapy’ After Bike Injury
While riding his bike through New York’s Central Park on Sunday, the singer attempted to avoid another rider and was involved in what doctors have called a “high energy bicycle accident.” Bono was rushed to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center’s Emergency Department and underwent “multiple X-rays and CAT scans” followed by five hours of surgery. Get the full story here.