Stan Freberg, the spirited comic genius who lampooned American history in his landmark recordings "The United States of America" and was hailed as the father of the funny commercial, died Tuesday. He was 88.
"Empire" is a powerhouse, but it might have just received its biggest endorsement: Mick Jagger says he's a fan of the musical drama series.
ABC announced Monday that it would air its two-hour "20/20" with Diane Sawyer interviewing Bruce Jenner on April 24, but one Los Angeles news anchor is not happy about it at all.
The sculptor who created a much-maligned tribute to Lucille Ball in her western New York hometown says he'll replace the statue for free after criticism of his depiction of the beloved 1950s sitcom star drew worldwide attention.
Powerhouse publishing giant DC Comics promises major shake-ups to its biggest heroes facing a new crisis in "Convergence" which will span more than 75 years of DC Universe history in a new weekly event for spring!
The Islamic State militants who have murdered a number of alleged gay men by throwing them off the roofs of tall buildings have settled on a new target: male music-loving hipsters, who wear skinny jeans.
A British actress is making waves this week saying that being raised by two moms in the 50s and 60s ruined her life.
We're not talking Teletubbies and Dora as an Aquapet, boys. If you're over 30 and you played with these toys, they're the reason you're gay today. Full stop.
In these days of exorbitant production costs for commercial Broadway musicals and budget deficits for non-profit museums, who could possibly be able to rally forces to fund both? George Takei -- that's who.
The Internet was abuzz this weekend after a student at the University College London put two-and-two together and realized his math teacher is also a male fashion model.