Wednesday, August 26, 2015
British-Irish boyband One Direction is to take a break next year, two members said on Monday, quickly reassuring the group's passionate fanbase that they had no plans to split up.
Thurber Prize judges have made it official: Women are funny, too. Nearly 20 years after its founding, the all-male winners' circle for the Thurber Prize for American Humor is finally changing.
The singer pumps the room full of his baritone voice, two trumpets cry out, and guitarists strum a steady, stringy beat while the guests drinking tequila whistle their loud approval.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Iron Man suit in movie may look cooler than real-life version
Hollywood star Hugh Jackman revealed Monday he will return to the stage in a personal show in Australia inspired by his successful Broadway performances.
"Straight Outta Compton" outgunned rivals for the top of the North American box office, defending the top spot for a second straight week after a bravura debut, industry estimates showed Sunday.
Police were investigating claims on Monday that controversial Hollywood star Mel Gibson allegedly shoved and verbally abused an Australian photographer during an angry altercation.
To mark the 125th year since Dwight D. Eisenhower's birth, a multi-million dollar fundraising campaign has begun to do a better job of telling the story of the 34th U.S. president.
Monday, August 24, 2015
The surface of a Los Angeles lake is filling up with thousands of colorful, floating balls as part of a large-scale public art installation.
John Grisham says being on the losing side of a Mississippi political fight gave him plenty of time to write big chunks of his first two legal thrillers, "A Time to Kill" and "The Firm."