Mary Duncan Sanford, a former actress and Palm Beach socialite, died May 9.
Dorothy B. Hughes, writer of mystery novels, died May 6 at age 88. Hughes' novels included "The Fallen Sparrow,""Ride the Pink Horse" and "In a Lonely Place," all of which were made into movies.
An Irish singer beat out a Bosnian band to win the 38th annual Eurovision song contest, an event seen by an estimated 300 million television viewers across Europe.
Singer Garth Brooks won his third straight entertainer of the year award, the duo Brooks & Dunn earned three trophies and crooner Vince Gill won two at Tuesday night's Academy of Country Music…
Diane Disney Miller called a new book about her father inaccurate but didn't specifically deny the author's claim that Walt Disney was an FBI informant for more than 25 years.
NBC hastily yanked promotional spots Thursday for a "Cheers" episode about a postal carrier thought to have killed his mother -- a plot eerily similar to a real-life slaying the same day.
Immigration authorities, accusing Disneyland of hiring illegal aliens, threatened to fine the theme park nearly $ 395,000 -- the largest such penalty ever imposed.
Josef Greindl, whose bass voice graced some of the best operas from Salzburg to New York in a 50-year singing career, died April 16 . He was 80.
A federal judge has ordered ESPN to rehire a former secretary who was fired six years ago after refusing to accept a demotion when her boss's job was eliminated.
A woman arrested seven times for trespassing on David Letterman's property has made another visit.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures