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The New York City musician has seen an influx of fans show up at his apartment, after inviting them over on his latest album.
"Republican voters want Donald Trump more than they want any of the 40 other people running," says the MSNBC anchor. "That is a gift from God in terms of having this be my job."
The "Tonight Show" host sang "Desire" with the Irish rock band before inviting the Roots to join them onstage for "Angel of Harlem."
Amantha Holden (Abigail Spencer) overshares about her dysfunctional family during a Thrifty Town management seminar.
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Rupert Pupkin might be getting his chance to be “king for a night,” eight times a week.
The Tony-Award winning actor recently stopped by the Wall Street Journal for a conversation about the show's impact.
With 'Spectre,' Daniel Craig joins Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan as an actor who has played 007 in four movies.
How much of the Scout in “To Kill a Mockingbird” do you see in the grown-up Jean Louise of “Go Set a Watchman”?
In “Mississippi Grind,” Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn team up for a gambling road-trip movie, in which the two head south to see if they can make a fortune.
Prepare for the next installment of Syfy's popular franchise.
Even the dinosaurs get to strut their stuff in stylish footwear.
The new book is an instant best-seller.
'Game of Thrones' and 'Mad Men' are in a tight race for Outstanding Drama Series, according to offshore sportsbook Bovada.
The president made his seventh and final appearance on the Jon Stewart-hosted version of "The Daily Show" Tuesday night.
Will the situation of dissident Iranian filmmakers improve following the recent thawing of relations between Iran and Western countries in the wake of their ongoing nuclear agreement? The question remains.
The "Late Late Show" host gets animated as MC Skat Kat in this retro performance with the onetime "American Idol" judge.
The trailer also features the first non-shadowy look at Christoph Waltz as the latest Bond villain.
Rachel McAdams, Jake Gyllenhaal, 50 Cent and Eminem were among the stars on hand.
FX Networks released a full trailer, and it is full of plot details.