Entertainer Tracey Ullman doesn't have to pay Hollywood studio legal fees resulting from an unsuccessful lawsuit she filed over profits from "The Simpsons" television show, a Superior Court judge…
Marv Johnson, the baritone singer credited with creating the Motown sound with Berry Gordy Jr., died May 16 after suffering a stroke at a concert in South Carolina. He was 54.
Tom Prideaux, a theater critic and former senior editor of Life magazine, died March 8 in New York.
Ken Jones, a veteran local TV newsman known for his reports on the 1965 Watts riots and the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, died May 14. He was 54.
An aspiring actress, allegedly referred by the Screen Actors Guild to a talent agent who sexually attacked her, filed a negligent misrepresentation lawsuit Monday against SAG.
Disneyland officials have asked for a hearing to dispute allegations it hired illegal immigrants and avoid paying nearly $ 395,000 in penalties to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services.
Liberty Media Corp. has agreed to buy almost 16.3 million shares of Home Shopping Network stock under its expired tender offer, boosting its stake to 41.5%, Liberty said Friday.
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.