Lawsuit Accuses Sean Combs, 2 Others of Raping 17-Year-Old girl in 2003
A woman sued hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs on Wednesday, claiming he and two other men raped her 20 years ago in a New York City recording studio, when she was 17.
Taylor Swift Named Time's 2023 Person of Year
Taylor Swift was picked from a group of nine finalists, including Barbie, King Charles III, and OpenAI chief executive Sam Altman.
Norman Lear, Creator of 'All in the Family,' Dies at 101
Norman Lear, the writer, director and producer who revolutionized prime time television with hits such as 'All in the Family' and 'Maude,' has died.
Hollywood Actors Approve Contract; Officially Ending Labor Dispute
SAG-AFTRA members have voted to approve the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers; with a contract that addresses use of AI imagery, streaming revenue and other details.
Brenda Lee's Christmas Song Finally Tops the Billboard Hot 100
Brenda Lee’s holiday tune, 'Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,' has topped the Billboard Hot 100 list, 65 years after the song was released.
Opening Statements Begin in Jonathan Majors Assault Trial in New York
Opening statements began Monday in the criminal trial of actor Jonathan Majors, who was charged for allegedly assaulting his then-girlfriend during an argument.
Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ is No. 1 at Box Office, With $21M Debut
Beyoncé ruled the box office this weekend.
For Kiss, It’s Farewell to Touring, Hello to Virtual Immortality
On Saturday night, Kiss closed the final performance of “The End of the Road” farewell tour, at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
Kennedy Center Honorees Include Queen Latifah Billy Crystal and Dionne Warwick
The latest group of Kennedy Center honorees, including comedian Billy Crystal and actor Queen Latifah, are being feted Sunday night at a star-studded event.
Judge Extends Pause on John Oates’ Sale of Stake in Business With Daryl Hall
A judge sided with Daryl Hall on Thursday in his request to keep John Oates blocked temporarily from his share of the Hall & Oates duo’s joint venture without his partner’s permission.
Illinois Appeals Court Affirms Actor Jussie Smollett’s Convictions, Jail Sentence
An appeals court on Friday upheld the disorderly conduct convictions of actor Jussie Smollett, who was accused of staging a racist, homophobic attack against himself in 2019 and lying about it to Chicago police.
Biden Lights National Christmas Tree as D.C. Holiday Festivities Continue
President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, participated Thursday in the lighting of the National Christmas Tree on the south side of the White House.
Will Earlier Oscars Broadcast Attract More Viewers? ABC Trying 7 p.m. Slot in 2024
Academy Awards enthusiasts won’t have to stay up quite as late to see the best picture winner in March 2024.
Daryl Hall and John Oates Head to Court as Legal Battle Escalates Over Music Rights and Royalties
The music duo Hall & Oates will be in court Thursday as the two musicians Daryl Hall and John Oates battle over the rights and likeness of their career.
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lights Up for the Holiday Season
The Christmas tree at New York’s Rockefeller Center was adorned by more than 50,000 multicolored lights Wednesday night as crowds cheered during the lighting ceremony.