If you want a good time, vote for "American Idol."
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz is moving to Melrose Place.
Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriend Holly Madison and "The Bachelor" reject Melissa Rycroft each have a new potential love in their lives: "Dancing With the Stars."
Google Inc. said Monday it will block U.K. users from watching music videos on its popular video-sharing site YouTube after negotiations with Britain's music royalty-collecting body broke down.
Oprah Winfrey says pop star Rihanna's alleged beating by singer boyfriend Chris Brown has the talk show queen so sad that she'll do a show dedicated to dating violence this week.
Schuyler Chapin, an arts champion who served as general manager of the Metropolitan Opera and as New York City's cultural affairs commissioner, has died. He was 86.
Organizers say 16,000 fans of the heavy metal group Metallica had to leave the Stockholm Globe Arena without seeing their heroes perform after lead singer James Hetfield was taken to the hospital.
President Barack Obama paid tribute to the late actor Christopher Reeve, who emerged as an advocate for embryonic stem cell research after he was paralyzed in a horseback riding accident.
The agency that mails out coupons for digital TV converter boxes expects to eliminate its wait list in two and a half weeks, an official said Thursday.
Country singer Hank Locklin, whose smooth tenor voice on hits like "Send Me the Pillow You Dream On" and "Please Help Me I'm Falling" marked a career that spanned half a century, has died. He was 91.
General Motors Corp. is ending its 22-year support for Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.