Paul Harvey, the news commentator and talkradio pioneer whose staccato style made him one of the nation's most familiar voices, died Saturday in Arizona, according to ABC Radio Networks. He was 90.
Ed McMahon, former sidekick to Johnny Carson on "Tonight" and a familiar TV commercial pitchman, was hospitalized in intensive care, a spokesman said Friday.
Clarence Swensen, who played a Munchkin soldier in the "The Wizard of Oz," died Feb. 25 in Pflugerville, Texas.
Award-winning documentary cinematographer Anton van Munster died Feb. 11 in Holland after a brief illness. He was 74.
British actress Wendy Richard, whose four-decade television career included roles as a sexy sitcom shop assistant and a working class matriarch on the soap opera "EastEnders," died Thursday after a…
Paul Newman, the late actor and 10-time Academy Award nominee, has been honored by lawmakers as a screen legend and humanitarian.
President Barack Obama promised a nation shuddering in economic crisis Tuesday night that he would lead it from a dire "day of reckoning" to a brighter future, summoning politicians and public alike…
George Clooney apparently had a good reason for skipping out on Oscar night: He had a meeting with President Barack Obama.
Americans watched more television than ever in the fourth quarter, The Nielsen Co. reported Monday, even though the Internet is providing another way to watch.
Organizers say Bruce Springsteen will headline Glastonbury, Britain's leading summer music festival.
Mike Myers' "The Love Guru" has found some disciples among Razzies voters who pick Hollywood's lowest achievements.