President Bush said Tuesday the economic damage to the nation will be "painful and lasting" if Congress fails to pass a $700 billion bailout bill.
Republican John McCain agreed to attend the first presidential debate Friday night even though Congress doesn't have a bailout deal, reversing an earlier decision to delay the event until Washington…
A judge has barred the estate of "Lord of the Rings" author J.R.R. Tolkien from seeking punitive damages against the studio that brought the trilogy to the big screen.
It's hard to remember sometimes that Oprah Winfrey really is an actress and not only a talk-show host or media mogul.
An unreleased recitation by Johnny Cash will be available as part of a new documentary examining Cash's views on America.
A fired Philadelphia newscaster has filed a lawsuit accusing her former co-anchor of invading her privacy and leaking personal information to the media.
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.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media