Anjelica Huston isn’t apologizing after making pointed comments about some of her acting contemporaries, including Robert De Niro.
From Cersei's death to Dany's turn, it's become painfully clear that writers couldn't write fully developed female characters.
Grammer defended the commander-in-chief on Wednesday in an interview with Christiane Amanpour on PBS.
An Iowa mother switched jobs during maternity leave and her former employer asked her to payback $3,000.
Lauren Alaina and comedian John Crist met earlier this year after she commented on one of his Instagram videos.
Earlier this month, Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes drew eyes when they posed for pictures inside the Met Gala. Foxx's daughter says they are "great."
Kelly Osbourne on sobriety: 'I didn’t think I could do anything if I wasn’t drunk or high'
Kelly Osbourne is opening up about how much her life has changed since becoming sober, during an interview on ITV's talk show "Lorraine" Thursday,
'Catch-22': George Clooney on retooling wartime classic about 'cowardly guy' you root for
George Clooney returns to TV in his first role since 'ER,' starring in and directing Hulu's 'Catch-22' adaptation.
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and former Matchbox 20 frontman is currently gearing up for his North American Chip Tooth Tour.
Florals, thigh-high splits and a leather cape were among the sartorial choices of Cannes red carpet guests Wednesday, including Amber Heard, Elle Fanning and Alessandra Ambrosio. (May 16)
"Hey National Enquire, why not celebrate a marriage of 22 years and relationship of 27 years?" Parker wrote after reports of a marital spat.
Woodstock 50 is back on; Oprah Winfrey talks about freedom of movement at Statue of Liberty museum launch; George Clooney on his motorbike crash.
Prince Harry has settled privacy and data protection claims against a news agency that hovered over his home in a helicopter.
No apologies from actress Anjelica Huston following her recent "politically incorrect" comments about acting contemporaries. (May 16)
Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray share their "pride" at killing zombies in Jim Jarmusch's new "The Dead Don't Die," which opened this year's Cannes Film Festival. (May 16)