Bruce Willis' wife marks their 14th wedding anniversary amid the actor's dementia diagnosis with a sweet video of their vow renewal: 'Seize every opportunity'
Emma Heming Willis took to Instagram to share a heartwarming video from 2019 showing her and Bruce Willis renewing their wedding vows.news.yahoo.com
Bruce Willis' wife Emma denies reports Demi Moore has moved in with couple after actor's dementia diagnosis
Emma Heming said this week that reports claiming that Demi Moore had moved into their home to help care for Bruce Willis are untrue. Willis was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.foxnews.com
Bruce Willis' wife hits back at criticism she's getting her '5 minutes' after telling paparazzi to stop yelling at the actor: 'I'm always going to advocate for my husband'
Bruce Willis' family revealed he has been diagnosed with dementia in February. Emma Heming Willis has been public about how they're dealing with it.news.yahoo.com
After Bruce Willis' dementia announcement, Patti Davis remembers what it was like when her father, Ronald Reagan, publicly shared his Alzheimer's diagnosis
Willis' news reminded Patti Davis of the "fear about the consequences of going public" she felt after her father, Reagan, announced his own diagnosis.news.yahoo.com
Bruce Willis has frontotemporal dementia, condition worsens
Nearly a year after Bruce Willis' family announced that he would step away from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia, his family says his “condition has progressed.” In a statement posted Thursday, the 67-year-old actor's family said Willis has a more specific diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia. “FTD is a cruel disease that many of us have never heard of and can strike anyone.”news.yahoo.com
Floyds death hastens shift in police pop culture portrayals
In this image released by NBC, Jason Beghe portrays Hank Voight, left, in a scene from the crime series "Chicago PD." The divide between crime fiction and real life dates back to the genre's origins, more than 200 years ago. Law enforcement violence and corruption were extreme in the mid-19th century and some police forces were rooted in the patrols that used to chase down runaway slaves. Meanwhile, The police in early crime fiction were depicted as good, courageous, and brilliant, says Otto Penzler, the crime fiction publisher and bookseller. Over the past 50 years, the image of law enforcement has sometimes mirrored debates between liberals and conservatives.