The owners of the Hollywood Palladium filed a $ 50 million suit against the City of Los Angeles and the City Council yesterday in an attempt to lift its recently imposed curfew.
Ishiro Honda, who directed the first science fiction movies of the monster "Godzilla" stomping on famous landmarks, died Feb. 28 at Kono Hospital. He was 81.
Formal negotiations for rights to the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta will be held in July, following informal discussions that will start shortly to detail the process for potential bidders.
CNN has equaled and perhaps surpassed the three commercial networks as the nation's most believable TV news source, according to a new survey that suggests NBC's credibility was hurt by its staging…
A probe of alleged police spying on Mayor Tom Bradley, actor Robert Redford and other celebrities failed to uncover any evidence of wrongdoing, Chief Willie L. Williams said yesterday.
For the second time in two weeks, NBC News has publicly apologized for including inaccurate footage in a broadcast report.
Eric Clapton dominated a field of mostly younger, lesser-known performers to collect six Grammys last night.
Despite recent losses of $ 1 million a day, long-term prospects for France's Euro Disney theme park are good, Walt Disney Co. exex said at yesterday's shareholders meeting in Anaheim.
An Army private who went absent without leave after returning from the Persian Gulf War received 30 years to life in prison Monday in the robbery-murder of Los Angeles TV news engineer Jeff Webreck.
Some two dozen current and former Universal Studios Hollywood employees said they've witnessed or suffered sexual harassment at the tourist attraction, the L.A. Times reported yesterday.