New Golden Globes Honor Will Be Named After Carol BurnettThe Golden Globe Awards will introduce a new TV special achievement trophy and name it after its first recipient — comedic legend Carol Burnett.
Dallas Group Calls An 'Emergency Call To Action' To Put An End To ViolenceHundreds gathered in Downtown Dallas Saturday night for a meeting to come up with ways to stop senseless violence in North Texas.
Psychologist: Cosby A Predator With Uncontrollable UrgesBill Cosby and his chief accuser arrived at a suburban Philadelphia courthouse Monday for the start of a sentencing hearing.
Kevin Hart Surprises North Texas High StudentsBooker T. Washington High School students got an inspirational message from Hollywood heavyweight Kevin Hart.
Vince Vaughn Charged With DUI, Failing To Comply With PoliceAuthorities say Vince Vaughn repeatedly refusing to get out of his car when officers asked him at a sobriety checkpoint in Manhattan Beach.
'Serial Rapist' Written On Cosby's Hollywood Walk Of Fame StarBill Cosby's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was vandalized this week by someone who scrawled the words "serial rapist."
Showtime & Sacha Baron Cohen Push Back Against Sarah PalinShowtime and Sacha Baron Cohen are pushing back against allegations the comedian duped guests on his new show by posing as a disabled veteran.
Andy Dick Charged With Groping Woman On Los Angeles StreetComedian Andy Dick has been charged with groping a woman on a Los Angeles street earlier this year.
"Dr. Ken" Stops Comedy Act To Give Medical Aid To Audience MemberKen Jeong's medical degree is nothing to laugh at. The comedian's training came in handy when an audience member had a seizure while he was performing.
Comedian Michelle Wolf Makes Splash At White House Correspondents' DinnerMichelle Wolf, comedian and host of Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner, made a splash in Washington, D.C., with an irreverent routine at the annual gathering that included sharp barbs directed at Trump administration officials
'Night Court' Actor Harry Anderson Dies At Age 65Harry Anderson, the actor best known for playing an off-the-wall judge in the television comedy series "Night Court," was found dead in his North Carolina home Monday.