The last-minute absences of scheduled performers and nominees Chris Brown and Rihanna prompted some fast reshuffling at Sunday night's Grammy telecast, including a hastily put together ensemble…
Alex Rodriguez admitted Monday that he used performance-enhancing drugs from 2001-03, saying he did so because of the pressures of being baseball's highest-paid player.
Disney's ESPN has failed in its bid to gain British TV rights to English Premier League soccer matches, with the final two of six packages awarded Friday to satcaster BSkyB and subscription sports…
Steel guitarist Tom Brumley, who performed with Buck Owens and Rick Nelson, died Feb. 3 in San Antonio of a heart attack.
The film isn't even in theaters yet, but "Push: Based on a Novel by Sapphire" has already spawned dueling lawsuits.
Obama campaign manager David Plouffe has agreed to a seven-figure deal to write a book about last year's presidential election.
Elton John is playing his final notes on the red piano in Las Vegas. Promoters say the pop singer will close his Las Vegas Strip show, "The Red Piano," on April 22.
A New Jersey congressman is demanding an investigation after Bruce Springsteen fans were unable to buy tickets from Ticketmaster's Web site - which then promptly offered them more expensive tickets…
Global ticket seller Ticketmaster Entertainment is near a deal to combine its operations with concert promoter Live Nation, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Lukas Foss, a composer whose musical curiosity led him to create pieces that reflected a variety of styles, died of a heart attack Feb. 1 in New York. He was 86.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday lashed out at lawmakers who booted him from office, calling his removal a "hijacking."