Michael Jackson marked a personal milestone Friday: his 50th birthday. The 13-time Grammy winner, who has sold more than 750 million albums, told ABC News' "Good Morning America" that he's "looking…
John McCain picked Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a conservative who shares his maverick streak, as his vice presidential running mate on Friday in a startling selection on the eve of the Republican…
Tad Mosel, television screenwriter and author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "All the Way Home," died Aug. 24 in Concord, NH. He was 86.
Federal authorities say they have arrested a blogger suspected of streaming songs from Guns N' Roses unreleased album, "Chinese Democracy,'' on his Web site.
The competition among TV networks, movie studios and A-list stars can be fierce, but the fight against cancer will unite them on Sept. 5.
Ruth Cohen, who appeared more episodes of "Seinfeld" than anyone except the main stars, died Aug. 23 of a heart attack in Panaorma City, Calif. She was 78.
Lata Ryan, who served as exec producer on "Rent," and worked on several Steven Spielberg films, died July 19 in Los Angeles of complications of pancreatic cancer. She was 59.
Ralph Young, half of the singing duo Sandler & Young, died Aug. 22 in Palm Springs, Calif. He was 90.
Fred Crane, the one-time actor whose Southern accent won him a slot as one of Scarlett O'Hara's beaux and the opening line in "Gone With the Wind," died Aug. 21 in Atlanta of complications from…
Customers in China of Apple Inc.'s iTunes online music store were unable to download songs this week, and an activist group said Beijing was trying to block access to a new Tibet-themed album.
Sir Paul McCartney is set to perform in Israel, 40 years after his legendary band, the Beatles, were banned from playing in the Holy Land.