Country singer Wynonna Judd has sued her former stepfather over an unpaid mortgage dating to 1994, but his lawyer says the money was a gift, not a loan.
In an excerpt from Christopher Andersen’s “Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger” published by the New York Daily News, Andersen claims that Mick Jagger and David Bowie had an ongoing sexual relationship.
(Reuters) – The Church of Scientology, the religion whose followers include actors Tom Cruise and John Travolta, plans to start a religious broadcasting center to promote its teachings over TV, radio and the Internet. The center, located near the church's West Coast headquarters in Hollywood, would occupy the nearly five-acre studio property the church bought last year from Los Angeles public TV station KCET for $42 million. The station would elevate the public profile of a religion that has mostly relied on pamphlets and books by its founder, L
An effort to cancel a Florida strip-club performance by the woman known as “Octomom” has been denied by a Florida judge.
Courtney Love's publicist is disputing claims by the rocker's former assistant that she is owed unpaid wages and was subjected to unethical requests such as instructing her to hire a hacker and falsify legal letters.
A tiny blood-sucking parasite that infests fish on Caribbean coral reefs has been named after Jamaican reggae icon Bob Marley.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband will serve as her temporary conservator under an agreement reached with the ailing actress' daughter and approved by a judge Wednesday.
“Red Lights” culminates with a twist ending that doesn't just change everything that came previously, it actually negates the entirety of the film.
The final installment of smash hit movie franchise “The Hunger Games,” based on a trilogy by author Suzanne Collins, is to be split into two films, the film's makers have announced.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Watching news coverage of the September 11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina disaster, and the O.J. Simpson murder verdict proved to be the most impactful TV moments of the past 50 years in the United States, according to a study released Wednesday. Television researcher Nielsen and Sony Electronics partnered to find which TV events were the most memorable for audiences.