Legendary performances at the Metropolitan Opera of "La Boheme" with Luciano Pavarotti and "Otello" with Placido Domingo will soon be available over the Internet for the first time.
Michael Moore is releasing his new film "Slacker Uprising" online and for free, but the world premiere will take place the old-fashioned way: in a movie house.
Broadcast television will have 16 gay and bisexual regular characters in prime-time series this fall, more than double the seven of a year ago, a new study has found.
A New York City judge says Dan Rather can proceed with his $70 million lawsuit accusing CBS of violating its contract with him when the network fired him.
Malcolm McDowell, who starred in the 1971 film classic "A Clockwork Orange," will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at the 11th annual Savannah Film Festival.
Earl Palmer, the session drummer whose pioneering backbeats were recorded on such classics as Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" and The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," has died…
Former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and celebrity DJ AM were critically injured in a fiery Learjet crash in South Carolina that killed four people, authorities said Saturday.
The Democratic presidential candidate's campaign has confirmed a long-rumored fundraising concert that will include four remaining members of the Grateful Dead at Penn State University's Bryce Jordan…
Google Inc.'s chief executive said Wednesday the Internet search leader won't delay its proposed advertising partnership with rival Yahoo Inc. even if government regulators need more time to assess…
A federal judge has dismissed a libel lawsuit filed against best-selling author John Grisham and two other writers over books they wrote about the wrongful conviction of two men in a 1982 murder.
Norman Whitfield, who co-wrote a string of classics including "War" and "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 67.