Sunday, August 16, 2015
Techno-punk rockers The Prodigy, who took the world by storm with their angry lyrics and controversial videos in the 1990s, want to be viewed as a British "national treasure."
Sculptures by a renowned Soviet artist on show in central Moscow were smashed after being denounced by Orthodox activists as "blasphemous"
Saturday, August 15, 2015
The United States on Thursday returned to French authorities an oil painting by Pablo Picasso that was reported stolen from a major Paris museum 14 years ago.
Lady Gaga, Halle Berry and Emily Blunt enlivened the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual grants presentation with personal revelations.
The next movie about Dolly Parton's life to air on NBC will be "Jolene." The announcement came Thursday at a panel for TV critics about the film "Coat of Many Colors."
Jay Leno couldn't help himself. Just because he's no longer doing monologues as host of "The Tonight Show" doesn't mean he can resist cracking jokes about Donald Trump.
The Muppets, longtime residents of PBS, are getting a second home at HBO. The U.S. premium cable channel and Sesame Workshop, which produces "Sesame Street," on Thursday announced a five-year deal that will expand the "Sesame Street" footprint and its amount of programming.
The heir of an Egyptian composer will take on Jay Z in U.S. court, saying the rapper had no right to use a flute sample in hip-hop classic "Big Pimpin.'"
As U.S. President Barack Obama lounged with his family on a Massachusetts beach Thursday, the White House released a list of six books that he took on vacation.
A diamond and gold pendant Elvis Presley gave Sammy Davis Jr. was among 160 authenticated artifacts sold Thursday evening during an auction at the King of Rock `n' Roll's longtime Memphis, Tennessee, home.