William Shatner is back as a shrewd, unflappable travel expert in his latest TV commercial for an online company.
Football tampering is inevitable when felines take the field Sunday in Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl.
Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced "King of Kitsch" whose music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the 1960s and '70s won him an Oscar nomination and made him one of the best-selling poets in history, has died. He was 81.
A sick child. Buried treasure. A bit of wiggle room in honoring wedding vows. An all-important tourist project suddenly imperiled. Plus polar bears that outnumber humans, which means everyone (kids included) totes a rifle just in case.
Best-selling Australian author Colleen McCullough, whose novel “The Thorn Birds” sold 30 million copies worldwide, has died at age 77 after a long illness.
The desert is great for stargazing, and that will certainly be the case as the Super Bowl takes over Phoenix and its suburbs.
The Grammy Awards will feature a number of collaborative performances, including Lady Gaga with Tony Bennett and Adam Levine with Gwen Stefani.
"The Great Zoo of China" (Gallery), by Matthew Reilly
Matthew Reilly takes elements from Michael Crichton's classic "Jurassic Park" and gives them a high fantasy spin in his latest action masterpiece, "The Great Zoo of China."
Tom Petty has earned a writing credit on Sam Smith’s megahit “Stay With Me” for its similarities to his song “I Won’t Back Down.”
Kevin Spacey skipped the Screen Actors Guild awards, which handed him a win for his wildly popular role on "House of Cards", to watch 34 young actors from across the Arab world perform a play as part of his foundation's Home Grown initiative supporting local talent.
No storm selfies, hookups, status updates. With Facebook and Instagram down for nearly an hour overnight, what were legions of users to do?
No good adulterous affair goes unpunished in Hollywood movies. The latest proof is J.Lo starrer "The Boy Next Door," a gender-reversing B-movie spin on "Fatal Attraction" that sets suburban family values against that one night of misguided, irresistible passion.
"My Father's Wives" (William Morrow), by Mike Greenberg
One-half of the long-running and ever-popular "Mike & Mike" national sports radio show, Mike Greenberg (alongside co-host and former NFL player Mike Golic) spends the morning drive-time period touching on all the prevailing topics of the day in the world of sports.
Almost from the beginning, controversy has followed St. Louisan Dick Gregory, and been a part of his career.
Mostly set in contemporary England, but aiming for the zingy retro feel of a vintage Peter Sellers or Terry-Thomas feature from the Swinging Sixties, "Mortdecai" is an anachronistic mess that never succeeds in re-creating the breezy tone or snappy rhythm of the classic caper movies that it aims to pastiche.