New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson withdrew his name from consideration as Secretary of Commerce as a federal grand jury investigates whether his administration gave "pay for play" contracts to a…
Chinese police say they have busted the world's largest software counterfeiting gang, and courts in the southern boomtown of Shenzhen have sentenced the criminals to jail terms of between one and 6½…
Chinese media conglom Xinhua Finance Media is to increase its focus on entertainment and sports, having agreed the sale of its outdoor advertising business.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- Victory in Minnesota's drawn-out Senate race moved within Democrat Al Franken's grasp Saturday when he increased his lead over Republican Norm Coleman as the statewide recount…
Edward D. Cartier, whose illustrations graced "The Shadow" and numerous other science fiction and mystery publications in a career that spanned several decades, has died at 94.
With his future at SAG in question, Screen Actors Guild national exec director Doug Allen has kept pushing hard for a strike authorization from the guild's 120,000 members.
Myriad Pictures is reteaming with comicbook publisher Studio 407 to bring the horror series "The Night Projectionist" to the bigscreen.
The Screen Actors Guild is starting 2009 with a civil war raging over a possible strike.
Edited and updated The optimism that reigned on New Year’s Eve will soon give way to the sober reality of the next 12 months, one likely defined by efforts to alleviate the worst economic crisis…
The entertainment industry poured record amounts of money into Barack Obama’s campaign. Stars and execs manned get-out-the-vote phone banks, walked precincts, produced Web videos and stumped on the…