Katie Couric Takes “Responsibility” For Misleading Anti-Gun Documentary Editing

Katie Couric says she takes “responsibility for a decision that misrepresented an exchange” she had with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League in documentary Under The Gun the aired on Epix. Couric tweeted tonight that she took a second look at the editing process and decided she need to address the issue.

After speaking with Under the Gun director and reviewing editing process, I wanted to respond https://t.co/zLbh4Wv7XN
— Katie Couric (@katiecouric) May 31…

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‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: A Bunch of Protein Shakes in a Blender

It’s week two of “The Bachelorette.” No more first impressions. Saint Nick’s suit is off. We’ve even gotten our giggles out about Evan being an “Erectile Dysfunction Specialist.” So what better way to end a three-day weekend than two hours watching some good ol’ awkward man-drama? All great stories have villains. This season of “The… Read more »

Katie Couric Apologizes for ‘Misleading’ Gun Documentary

Katie Couric has apologized for the “Under the Gun” documentary that aired on EPIX, saying she regrets the editing process that was “misleading.” The documentary came under scrutiny when it first seemed like a group of gun rights activists were stumped by her question about background checks, taking eight seconds to respond: “If there are… Read more »

Japan Box Office: ‘Zootopia’ Wins Fourth Weekend

TOKYO – Disney’s “Zootopia” was on top of the Japanese box office for the fourth consecutive weekend. The film earned $3.95 million on 324,000 admissions for the May 28-29 frame, bringing its cumulative total to $48 million on 4.12 million admissions. Ranking highest among new entries to the top ten was Ryuichi Hiroki’s “Wolf Girl… Read more »

Indian Superstar Musician A.R. Rahman Claims Fukuoka Prize

India’s multi-Oscar-winning musician and composer A.R. Rahman has been named as grand prize winner of the prestigious Fukuoka Prize. The Fukuoka Prize was established in 1990 to honor the outstanding work of individuals and organizations to preserve and promote the unique and diverse cultures of Asia. Previous winners include Muhammad Yunus, from Bangladesh, who went… Read more »