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Angelina Jolie's disclosure that she had a preventive double mastectomy has sparked a flurry of discussion. Dr. Kathie-Ann Joseph, a nationally-known breast cancer expert, comments on what people need to know.
In her just-published memoir-slash-primal scream “Tiger Babies Strike Back,” novelist Kim Wong Keltner takes a look at the downside of tiger parenting. And a new study backs her up.
"The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown had kept the plot of his new thriller “Inferno” a closely-held secret. In an interview, he finally reveals the book's many mysteries.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio hosted a charity art auction at Christie's, and the star-studded sale raised the kind of funds that the Great Gatsby would have appreciated.
Actress Angelina Jolie revealed in an opinion piece that she had a preventive double mastectomy to lower her breast cancer risk.
Thanks to Monroe’s access to power, his Militia are about to take the fight to a new level.
This week, our five remaining couples make a push for the Final Four – Carrie Ann Inaba discusses that twist here – with a ballroom or Latin style they have yet to perform, followed by a Twitter-selected dance we have yet to watch this season.
Fox Broadcasting has a whole new take on the buddy cop drama-comedy. At the network's "upfront" presentation Monday in New York, Fox announced their coming shows, including a new sci-fi series called "Almost Human."
The Blu-ray/DVD for "Cloud Atlas," starring Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, will be released tomorrow, and Speakeasy has an exclusive sneak preview of a bonus feature.
The Final Four isn’t just for college basketball anymore – next week, it extends to “Dancing with the Stars.” In an interview, “DWTS” judge Carrie Ann Inaba offers the details.
NBC's new crime thriller "The Blacklist," introduced at the TV "upfronts," may remind viewers of some other recent TV shows.
Networks aren’t just pitching TV shows at this year’s “upfront” presentations to advertisers, they are touting TV “events” from a multi-day quiz show to a 12-episode comeback of the drama “24.”
People keep asking Christopher Guest whether "Family Tree," his comedy series that premiered Sunday night on HBO, was ever going to be a movie instead of a TV show.
Back when "The Avengers" came out, Speakeasy talked to actor Clark Gregg, who plays S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson. Although he was seemingly killed off in the movie, we had a feeling his character was too cool to let die. Now comes...Show More Summary
Typhoon, an indie-rock band from Portland, Ore., stream "Dreams of Cannibalism" from a coming third LP, "White Lighter."
TV news pioneer Barbara Walters announced her retirement from appearing on television on her talk show "The View" today.
A trailer for the cult comedy series “Arrested Development” has made its way to the Web.
Mention Smaug, the classic storybook dragon of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit,” and a ray of delight flickers across Benedict Cumberbatch’s pale eyes.
'Game of Thrones' Recap: The Bear and the Maiden Fair
Our panel of experts weighs in on the latest episode of "Mad Men," titled "Man with a Plan."