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Lindsay Lohan to make U.S. TV comeback, Anna Wintour to stay 'indefinitely' at Vogue

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Reuters Last Updated at 02 Aug 2018, 02:08 IST

Lindsay Lohan to make U.S. TV comeback in MTV reality series

Lindsay Lohan, whose promising movie career crashed in a string of legal woes and substance abuse, is returning to U.S. television in a reality series about her nightclub ventures in Greece. MTV said on Monday that "Lohan Beach Club" will follow the actress as she works to expand a recently launched nightclub and restaurant business in Greece.

Anna Wintour to stay 'indefinitely' at Vogue, quashing exit rumors

Anna Wintour, the influential editor of Vogue magazine, is remaining in her job "indefinitely," publisher Conde Nast said on Tuesday, refuting rumors that she was on her way out after 30 years. "Anna Wintour is an incredibly talented and creative leader whose influence is beyond measure. She is integral to the future of our company's transformation and has agreed to work with me indefinitely in her role as @voguemagazine editor-in-chief and artistic director of Conde Nast," Conde Nast Chief Executive Bob Sauerberg said in a statement on the company's Twitter feed

L.A. prosecutors decline to pursue sex abuse charges against CBS CEO Moonves

Los Angeles prosecutors said on Tuesday that they had declined to pursue three accusations of sexual abuse against CBS Corp Chief Executive Les Moonves dating back to the 1980s because the statute of limitations had expired. The decision to not pursue the accusations was taken in February 2018, according to a copy of a charge evaluation sheet provided by the District Attorney's office. The claims were made by a woman who was not identified.

Actor Alan Alda reveals Parkinson's diagnosis

Award-winning actor Alan Alda disclosed on Tuesday that he has Parkinson's disease, saying he did not want the revelation that he had the nervous system disorder to be told from "a sad point of view." The 82-year-old star of TV series "M*A*S*H" told "CBS This Morning" that he had learned of the diagnosis more than three years ago, but that so far the progressive disease has not stopped him from acting or pursuing other career opportunities.

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