In real life, George Washington didn't know he was going down in history any more than do the characters of "Turn," a new AMC drama about four young Americans who find themselves part of an espionage network destined to help the Continentals beat their British oppressors.
Max Burkholder strives to be a normal teen while working on the NBC drama "Parenthood." Burkholder's character, also named Max, isn't your typical teen. He has Asperger syndrome, a mild form of autism.
New Mexico environmental regulators said Thursday that they have granted approval for three companies to dig up an Alamogordo landfill in search of a rumored cache of what some deem the worst Atari video game of all time.
No rent collection while in jail, double the dough for landing on Go and clean out Free Parking if your luck takes you there are among five made-up Monopoly rules Facebook fans voted in for future editions of the board game.
A Dutch historical museum got more than the bronze swords, golden helmets and precious gems it bargained for when it organized an exhibition on ancient treasures from Ukraine: it also inherited a diplomatic mess.
Hulk Hogan will be hosting Sunday's WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans. However, Hogan might have a few hard fists left in the red-and-yellow tank.
The Jennifer Lopez-backed company that owns NUVOtv, an English-language cable entertainment network aimed at Latinos, has bought the Fuse music network.
James Franco has apologized for his Instagram flirtation with a 17-year-old.
David Letterman's departure from the late-night realm won't just end an unmatched run on television. It also will close the book on an era reaching almost to the birth of TV.
To say that a movie feels like a dream is not automatically a positive statement. It all depends on the dream.
"Frog Music" (Little, Brown and Co.), by Emma Donoghue
In 1876 in San Francisco, amid a heat wave and smallpox epidemic, an idiosyncratic frog-catching, pants-wearing, bicycle-riding woman is fatally shot through the window of a railroad boarding house.
What to make of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah"? Perhaps that's the wrong question. Indeed, what NOT to make of "Noah"? Because it is so many things.
"Love & War" (Blue Rider Press), by Mary Matalin and James Carville
"Love & War" is the unlikely love story of one of America's best-known power couples and how their marriage has survived despite their sharply different political views.
The annual spring show for JC Home Educators Teen Club is “Gone with the Breeze.” This is the 14th year the group has performed a show.
On Thursday, Animal Planet will officially unleash for advertisers the channel's programming for the coming year. Its stable of stars will range from puppies and kitties to killer whales, endangered rhinos and a family of snow wolves.