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.
Veronica Roth wants the tour for her sci-fi/fantasy novel "Carve the Mark" to be a little like the book itself, a "sojourn" defined by "exploration and curiosity."
A jury has acquitted a man of stalking model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner and convicted him of trespassing at her secluded Hollywood Hill home
Dead Or Alive singer Pete Burns has died aged 57, his management announced on Monday.
Pop idol Bobby Vee, the boyish, grinning 1960s singer whose career was born when he took a Midwestern stage as a teenager to fill in after the 1959 plane crash that killed rock and roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, has died. He was 73.
Seventeen plays attributed to William Shakespeare were written in collaboration with other playwrights, according to an edition of his works coming out this month that uses "big data" to reveal the mixed authorship.
Jack T. Chick, whose cartoon tracts preached fundamentalist Christianity while vilifying secular society, evolution, homosexuality, and the beliefs of Catholics and Muslims, has died. He was 92.