A top White House adviser staked out a defiant defense Sunday on a series of scandals that have hit the Obama administration, going so far as to say it was an "irrelevant fact" where the president was the night of the Benghazi terror attacks and saying the Obama administration wouldn't cooperate in "partisan fishing expeditions" over IRS officials ... (more)
Everyone's "favorite" child bride told E! News that she has in fact made a solo sex tape and that it was recently shot.
The Winklevoss brothers' legal battle with Facebook over the social network's messy creation made them rich.
This undated publicity film image released by Paramount Pictures shows, Zachary Quinto, left, as Spock and Chris Pine as Kirk in a scene in the movie, "Star Trek Into Darkness," from Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions.
Mark Carson, a 32-year-old gay Brooklyn man, was shot and killed in New York's Greenwich Village last night following a shouting match with the gunman who hurled homophobic insults at his victim, according to the New York Times .
What does it say about our consumer culture that we're willing to spend almost as much for a case for our electronic devices as for the device itself? Oh, cut it out with the high-minded sociology lesson.
Party rages on as the small country town capitalises on Daft Punk's album launch despite the distinct lack of stars.
Paramount Pictures released a new teaser trailer for the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2004 film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy on Saturday .
As the countdown ticks on to Saturday night's record Powerball drawing, the jackpot has swollen to over $600 million, largely due to California's participation in the game, lottery officials said.
Networks unveiled their fall lineups this week in New York at their various upfront events, and although CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox all trumpet their new shows as the best of the best, not every pilot is destined to be a hit, or even worth your time.
NewsRight, an organization created to turn unauthorized publishers of newspaper content on the Internet into licensed customers, said it is disbanding and transferring its operations to Moreover Technologies, which monitors how Moreover's clients are portrayed in the media.
Britain is at risk of losing the James Bond movies after plans to expand the franchise's iconic Pinewood Studios were rejected.
Serial killer Robert Yates, whose death sentence has been upheld by the state Supreme Court, is seeking an appeal through the federal court system.
Bloomberg LP, the financial news and information service, on Friday said it has appointed Samuel Palmisano, the former CEO of IBM, as an independent adviser on its privacy and data standards.
Total U.S. money market mutual fund assets fell $1.04 billion to $2.582 trillion for the week that ended Wednesday, according to the Investment Company Institute.