Arts & Entertainment
"Fury" was the champion of the weekend box-office battle, knocking two-week champ "Gone Girl" to second place.
Carlos Santana and Trisha Yearwood are among the musicians set to perform the national anthem during the World Series.
"Fury" is not a conventional World War II movie but rather "an effort to get into the soldier's mind," actor Brad Pitt, who has the lead role in the new film directed by David Ayer, said.
Spanish screen star Antonio Banderas is to be awarded the 2015 Goya of Honor in commemoration of a brilliant and versatile acting career, Spain's Academy of Cinema announced on Monday.
Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services, a move that cable and satellite television providers have resisted for years.
Stephen Collins' prosecution in the molestation of three minors decades ago will likely be "barred by the statue of limitations."
Recording superstar Pitbull is to host the American Music Awards show for a second consecutive year, Dick Clark Productions announced Monday.
Channing Tatum says he was eager to act in the animated feature The Book of Life after meeting its director Jorge Gutierrez, who described for him in detail the epic love story steeped in Latin tradition.
With the launch of HBO Go, there soon might not be any TV at all, at least in the traditional sense.
Actor Charlie Sheen and porn star Brett "Scotty" Rossi have announced their decision to break up just a few weeks ahead of their wedding which was scheduled for November.
In his new series, Harry Shearer mimics Nixon unimpeachably while re-enacting real-life scenes as the man known to detractors as Tricky Dick — all to hilarious effect.
Lady Gaga and boyfriend Taylor Kinney reportedly held a commitment ceremony "with the people who matter most."
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey man battling the state to save his family home in the shadow of the closed Revel Casino Hotel may soon get a resolution to his eminent domain fight. A Superior Court judge is scheduled to hear final arguments in Charlie Birnbaum's case against the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority on Tuesday, though it's unclear when a ruling will come. Birnbaum, ...
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Oct. 20, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In 1788 at a convention in Hillsborough, North Carolina delegates declined to ratify the United States Constitution, suggesting amendments and calling for a Bill of Rights. In 1789, the North Carolina General Assembly convened a second time. This time, they met in Fayetteville at the North Carolina State House, which stood on the site of ...
Oct. 20--The "Our Aiken" photo contest winners will be announced Thursday night. Contest winners will be announced at 6 p.m. during an auction in the Municipal Building's conference center, 214 Park Ave. The winning photographs will be used in marketing materials to promote the Aiken community, but also will be auctioned off to raise funds for the annual United Way campaign. The top 10 photos ...