A jury has ruled in favor of the organization that hands out the Academy Awards in a dispute over whether statuettes won by one of its founding members can be sold.
Four hours in the morning apparently isn't enough. NBC's "Today" show is going prime-time, for one night only.
Robert Chandler, a former CBS News executive who helped launch "60 Minutes" and had a supervisory role over the TV newsmagazine in its early years, died Thursday in Pittsfield, Mass.
Bettie Page, the 1950s secretary-turned-model whose controversial photographs in skimpy attire or none at all helped set the stage for the 1960s sexual revolution, died Thursday. She was 85.
The Baltimore Opera Company has filed for bankruptcy. According to court records, the 58-year-old company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday.
In a scathing report released Tuesday, congressional investigators outlined a pattern of mismanagement, dysfunction and abuse of power at the Federal Communications Commission under the agency's…
The brother of actor Mark Ruffalo has died a week after he was shot in the head, police said Tuesday.
Playboy Enterprises says Christie Hefner, the daughter of founder Hugh Hefner, is stepping down as chairman and chief executive.
A noted guitarist has sued members of Coldplay, claiming the band's smash hit "Viva La Vida" copied parts of one of his songs.
Beverly Garland, the B-movie actress who starred in 1950s cult hits like "Swamp Women" and "Not of This Earth" and who went on to play Fred MacMurray's TV wife on "My Three Sons," has died. She was…
Bettie Page, a 1950s pinup known for her raven-haired bangs and saucy come-hither looks, was hospitalized in intensive care after suffering a heart attack, her agent said Friday.