This week, a pop star files a lawsuit, the Oscars are already on the road to success, and television is breaking new ground (sort of).
The New York City medical examiner says Joan Rivers died from low blood oxygen during a medical procedure. The New York state health department is investigating the circumstances.
CBS is launching a new digital subscription video on demand service for $5.99 a month that will give viewers access to current, previous and classic shows.
Elizabeth Pena, the versatile actress who shifted between dramatic roles in such films as “Lone Star” and comedic parts in TV shows like “Modern Family,” has died.
Neil Patrick Harris is going for an awards-show trifecta, set to host the 2015 Oscars after four hosting stints at Broadway’s Tony Awards and two at TV’s Primetime Emmy Awards.
Veteran television actor Stephen Collins is being investigated by Los Angeles sheriff’s detectives after a woman reported the former “7th Heaven” star exposed himself to her in the early 1980s.
Emmy Award-winning actress Archie Panjabi will be leaving the CBS hit drama after six seasons.
Kesha and her mentor and producer filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over the pop singer’s claims she was subjected to nearly a decade of sexual and emotional abuse.
I don’t typically write a blog about a topic that people may not know much about, but this year is the 80th anniversary of the passage of the Communications Act of 1934.
A chill is in the air, and autumn is the perfect time to curl up with good book, and then discuss it with your book club, of course. Here are some top book club picks.
The Foo Fighters kicked off their week-long residency at The Late Show with David Letterman by wearing their metal heart on their sleeves.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is the lead nominee at the American Music Awards. The “Fancy” performer is up for six awards at the November 23 event in Los Angeles.