French singing legend Charles Aznavour, one of the 20th century's most prolific songwriters who remains active at 92, was honored Thursday with a Hollywood star presented by California's Armenians.
Toni Morrison received a lifetime achievement award Thursday night from the PEN American Center, a ceremony of music and words that ended with a special treat from the guest of honor: An excerpt from a novel in progress.
Fox News boss Rupert Murdoch says that he wants to keep anchor Megyn Kelly at the network, but if she decides to leave "we have a deep bench of talent, many of whom would give their right arm for her spot."
When Shawn Mendes went into the vocal booth to sing "Mercy," the gravelly, deep, emotional rock song from his latest album, he discovered a new side of himself.
In the 15 years since The Strokes became a breakout global sensation, guitarist Nick Valensi has found comfort in the shadows, taking the limelight only when he wants.
Bette Midler is going back to the beginning of her career -- the divine beginning.
It's 1:30 a.m. and Lady Gaga is on the brink of tears.
--Paul Beatty has became the first U.S. author to win the Man Booker Prize for his novel "The Sellout," which the novelist said should not be read as a "mono-directional" take on race.
For television actress Busy Philipps, campaigning for Hillary Clinton isn't always glamorous.
--Sole surviving Bee Gee Barry Gibb is keen to make music with U.S. pop star Justin Timberlake as he pursues a solo career after the death of his brothers.