US television news has become as predictably sensational as reality shows, while journalism in general is failing democracy and its crucial role in intelligently informing the public.
A Los Angeles man who wrote a book about his alleged gay encounters with John Travolta filed a libel lawsuit on Thursday against the actor and his attorney.
Singer and actress Barbra Streisand is hoping to get back behind the camera and direct her first movie in 16 years, but has yet to raise all the money for it.
98 Degrees, the 1990s American boy band helmed by brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, said on Wednesday they will reunite for one performance this summer, adding fuel to speculation about a full reunion.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth has another reason to be cheerful in her Diamond Jubilee year - her annual pay is about to jump by 20 percent to 36 million pounds.
American R&B star Usher scored his fourth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with "Looking 4 Myself," topping new releases from Rush, Josh Turner and Ed Sheeran.
A live tour tied to the BBC's "The Voice UK" singing contest has been cancelled due to poor ticket sales, Britain's publicly funded broadcaster reported today.
A photographer with New York tabloid newspaper Daily News accused actor Alec Baldwin of attacking him on Tuesday, but the actor's representative told a different story.
Johnny Depp and French actress Vanessa Paradis have amicably separated, Depp’s publicist has confirmed today.
Kristen Stewart, who shot to fame as Bella Swan in "The Twilight Saga" films and has a starring role in "Snow White and the Huntsman", jumped to the top of Forbes.com's annual list of highest-paid actresses.