• ‘The View’s’ Sunny Hostin opens up about racial identity crisis in new book

    ‘The View’s’ Sunny Hostin opens up about racial identity crisis in new book

    Sunny Hostin is asked “the question” three times a week. “Just this week I posted something on Instagram and someone commented, ‘Is Sunny Puerto Rican or black?,’ ” “The View” co-host told The Post. It’s a question she’s heard her whole life. “People would stare at me, they would call me a zebra,” the lawyer and …
  • ‘CBS This Morning’ hosts furious that ‘Today’ show landed big Bob Woodward interview

    ‘CBS This Morning’ hosts furious that ‘Today’ show landed big Bob Woodward interview

    It’s a scandal bigger than Watergate! Page Six has learned that Gayle King and her “CBS This Morning” colleagues were furious because “Today” bagged the first live interview with Bob Woodward about his blockbuster book “Rage” — even though it was published by CBS’s sister company Simon & Schuster. King rival Savannah Guthrie ended up …
  • The wild scandals of NYC’s elite prep school scene

    The wild scandals of NYC’s elite prep school scene

    The teen drama series “Gossip Girl” shone light on the sexy scandals and lavish lifestyles of Manhattan’s elite prep schools when it premiered in 2007. But for Upper East Side native Wil Glavin, who was on the verge of high school at the time, it barely scratched the surface. “‘Gossip Girl’ didn’t go far enough. …
  • Bill O’Reilly breaks down latest ‘Killing’ book on Crazy Horse

    Bill O’Reilly breaks down latest ‘Killing’ book on Crazy Horse

    Bill O’Reilly’s “Killing” series — 17 million copies in print — continues. Holt just published “Killing Crazy Horse: The Merciless Indian Wars in America.” Bill: “The battles were intense. In the beginning, Native Americans had more advantage. But as railroads began and Civil War ended and the Army came in with cannons and guns, they …
  • Behind-the-scenes photos offer look at The Rock as ‘Dwanta Claus’

    Behind-the-scenes photos offer look at The Rock as ‘Dwanta Claus’

    While Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has risen to the top of the A-List, one man has had a front-row seat. Hiram Garcia was in his early teens when he first met Johnson, then a University of Miami football player dating Hiram’s sister, Dany. Although Dany and Johnson, who share a daughter named Simone, are now …
  • Shakespeare was ‘undeniably’ bisexual, scholars argue in new book

    Shakespeare was ‘undeniably’ bisexual, scholars argue in new book

    Now here’s a period drama. William Shakespeare’s words and sexuality have long been the subject of speculation, but researchers believe their labor has finally confirmed the Bard’s love preferences. By analyzing the language Shakespeare used in his sonnets, Professor Sir Stanley Wells and Dr. Paul Edmondson believe they’ve proved that the poet addressed a handful …
  • ‘The Boys’ are back in town for Season 2

    ‘The Boys’ are back in town for Season 2

    “The Boys” returns for a second whirlwind season of damaged superheroes and the rogue group hell-bent on exposing their dirty secrets. “You’re going to learn more about all of the characters across-the-board,” says Antony Starr, who plays Homelander, the narcissistic psychopath superhero (or “Supe”) on the darkly comic, oft-surreal-and-gory series adapted by Eric Kripke from …
  • Stephen Curry, Malala Yousafzai launching celebrity book clubs

    Stephen Curry, Malala Yousafzai launching celebrity book clubs

    Stephen Curry, Malala Yousafzai, Sir Richard Branson and Susan Orlean are teaming up with literary startup Literati to each curate a list of books for individual book clubs. Late American mythologist Joseph Campbell’s foundation will also curate a list. Launching in October, users will pay $24.95 a month and will receive a print copy of …
  • Erin Brockovich says ‘we must be our own superheroes’

    Erin Brockovich says ‘we must be our own superheroes’

    Famed clean water crusader Erin Brockovich has a new book and podcast coming out, both called “Superman’s Not Coming.” “We cannot pretend that the government is going to protect us,” she told Page Six. “There is no superhero on the way. Our water is poisoning us, our food is full of toxins, the air is …
  • Here’s your essential feminist reading list from the New York Public Library

    Here’s your essential feminist reading list from the New York Public Library

    One hundred years ago on Aug. 18, the 19th Amendment was ratified, giving most American women the right to vote. Timed with the landmark law’s centennial, the New York Public Library is honoring women and their rights with the release of three lists of Essential Reads on Feminism. The lists are compiled by age, with …