Tony Curtis, who died on Wednesday, was an eyewitness to one of the most momentous events of the 20th century: The Japanese surrender to the Allied forces in 1945. He had been a signalman on the…
Live Nation Entertainment executive chairman Irving Azoff and his spouse Shelli have been named the 2011 recipients of City of Hope's Spirit of Life Award.
Anne-Marie Johnson will not be running for re-election as first veep of the Screen Actors Guild, she said in a letter to guild members on Wednesday.
Rupert Murdoch testified for immigration reform on Capitol Hill on Thursday, but was challenged by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) on why those views weren’t coming across on Fox News. “We don’t censor…
Responding to concerns from Internet providers and online firms, Senate lawmakers have eased provisions in legislation aimed at shutting down websites that provide access to pirated films, TV shows…
A campaign has probably had a bad day when it's spending so much of it defending itself with document dumps to TMZ. Meg Whitman's undocumented housekeeper, appearing with Gloria Allred, tearfully…
During a town hall in Virginia today, President Obama gave his endorsement to Jon Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" on Oct. 30 — although Obama mangled the name of the event. As he has done many…
Efforts to find a legislative compromise on net neutrality stalled out on Wednesday after GOP lawmakers balked at a proposed bill.