The son of an Arab monarch took the King of Pop to court Monday, charging that Michael Jackson took $7 million as an advance on an album and an autobiography that he never produced.
The Metropolitan Opera is giving up "The Ghosts." Cutting costs in the wake of the economic downturn, the Met is dropping next season's highly anticipated revival of John Corigliano's "The Ghosts of…
Wall Street has launched a massive rebound, sending the Dow Jones industrial average up about 550 points after driving it near its lows for the year.
For nearly seven weeks, Melora Hardin is trading the offices of Scranton's Dunder Mifflin for the bright lights of Broadway.
Kenny Chesney won only one of the seven awards he was nominated for at the CMA Awards, but he sure made it count.
"Grand Theft Auto IV" is likely to mow down a few Video Game Awards. Rockstar Games' top-selling title will speed to the Spike TV ceremony with eight nominations in categories such as best…
Author and entertainment journalist Joe Hyams, who wrote more than 25 books including biographies of Humphrey Bogart and James Dean, died Nov. 8 of coronary artery disease in Denver, Colo. He was 85.
A disheartened Wall Street fell for the third straight session Wednesday as investors absorbed another series of dismal corporate reports and news that the government won't buy banks' soured mortgage…
"American Idol" has allocated more than $64 million in grants to six U.S. and international charities from contributions to its "Idol Gives Back" fundraising event.
In his first interview since conceding the presidential election, John McCain said Tuesday that Sarah Palin did not damage his presidential bid and he dismissed anonymous criticism aimed at her…