The Eddie Murphy comedy "Boomerang" received a leading four nominations yesterday for the NAACP's 25th annual Image Awards.
Elton John, a longtime crusader in the fight against the global AIDS epidemic , announced yesterday that he was forming a foundation designed to fund AIDS organizations in the U.S.
Conductor Henri Temianka, founder of the California Chamber Symphony Orchestra and originator of the innovative concert series "Let's Talk Music," has died. He was 85.
ABC News reporter Gary Shepard, who was savagely beaten by a robber at his remote home, was in fair condition yesterday as he recovered from surgery to repair his fractured skull.
The funeral for Hollywood pioneer Hal Roach, who created "Our Gang" and teamed Stan Laurel with Oliver Hardy, will be open to the public, a spokesman said.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson retired from basketball again yesterday -- this time for good--not because the AIDS virus sapped his strength or talent, but because it struck fear among fellow players.
The Federal Communications Commission, which levied the largest fine ever for alleged indecency by Howard Stern, was asked by the radio station involved to detail complaints against the shock jock…
Three West Coast CBS-TV affiliates said Tuesday they would hold off broadcasting network projections of a winner in the presidential election until around the time the polls close.
Singer-songwriter Roger Miller, whose tune "King of the Road" was a 1965 hit with both country and pop music fans, died of cancer Sunday at age 56. Miller died at Century City Hospital after battling…
Tracey Ullman has lost her lawsuit against 20th Century Fox Film Corp. seeking profits related to merchandising of "The Simpsons," which was created as vignettes for "The Tracey Ullman Show."