The Internet video service added 3.62 million subscribers during the three months ended September.
The magazine will continue to publish what it called “sexy, seductive pictorials of the world’s most beautiful women,” but they won’t be bar…
She said on “The View” that she’d discriminate against a name, she said over the weekend that she would not.
Organizers of the Dick Van Dyke Foundation hope to establish a museum in the home.
Paramount Pictures and Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company Appian Way have optioned the rights to a book proposal.
The Covelli Centre has announced a new show for Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 PM.
The comedian will give a deposition in a civil suit brought by Judith Huth.
Netflix’s higher price might help Amazon’s rival Internet video service.
It is not a “dislike” button, but Facebook is testing news ways to express emotions beyond “like.”
You don’t need to be a wizard to see the “Harry Potter” books come to life.
Zappa was surrounded by her children when she died Wednesday. There’s no word on the cause of her death.
Quaid’s bid for permanent residency in Canada was denied in 2012, and it can take years for deportation to follow.
Family members are upset over his portrayal of family secrecy, substance abuse and mental illness.
The crowd celebrated the upcoming birthday of the late Beatle, who would have turned 75 on Friday.
20th Century Fox is trying to determine if actors took American Indian artifacts while filming “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials”.
2015 is the 30th anniversary of the “Back to the Future” trilogy.
The singer, know for hits like “When a man loves a woman”, will visit the Valley this December.
Bernanke recalls the episode in a 600-page memoir, “The Courage to Act: A Memoir of a Crisis and Its Aftermath.”
Brendon, who has been arrested multiple times over the past year, was gone when officers arrived but was arrested a short while later a few …
A small number of users in the UK and California will begin testing the features immediately.
Police are hoping to find out who is leading the fake ticket operation.
This season’s first casualty was Kim Zolciak Biermann of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” fame.