Robert A. Wilson, father of actors Luke, Owen and Andrew Wilson, and a landmark public television station executive who introduced "Monty Python's Flying Circus" to its first American audience, has died in Dallas. He was 76.
Diane Keaton will receive the American Film Institute's highest honor next month.
Country music legend Loretta Lynn has been hospitalized after having a stroke, her publicist said Friday.
Actor Kurt Russell had his longtime partner and actress Goldie Hawn almost in tears on Thursday as the couple received dual stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Jimmy Kimmel's tearful account of his newborn son's heart surgery reverberated widely across social media, turning a monologue seen by a relatively small late-night TV audience into something far more potent.
Alec Baldwin welcomes the chance to share the screen with President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live."
Alanis Morissette's meteoric rise to fame put her in need of someone who could wisely invest her fortune for her future.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan says his wife and writing partner Jeannie Gaffigan is recovering after surgery to remove a serious brain tumor.
An array of celebrities - from Meryl Streep to Tina Fey to Scarlett Johansson to Julianne Moore to Chelsea Handler - turned out to support Planned Parenthood at its centennial celebration, and to hear Hillary Clinton urge continued activism on behalf of women and girls around the world, and access to services like pregnancy and maternity care.
Paris Jackson has agreed to take on a big screen role a few months after making her television acting debut.