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Leno's viewer ratings are now only this big? U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday
She said she was a changed woman. She pleaded for forgiveness. She cried before a judge. But when the gavel came down in the courtroom of Beverly Hills Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel, Lindsay Lohan was headed for jail. Did she deserve it?
Nice one, mate! "Robin Hood" hits $200 million at the foreign box office, Russell Crowe's best performance in a decade
Already under strict orders not to drink or do drugs, Lindsay Lohan's 24th birthday celebrations apparently got off to an ugly start.
British actor Robert Pattinson was a no-show on a star-light red carpet London premiere of the latest "Twilight" movie, much to the frustration of waiting fans
Larry King said he was ending his CNN show to spend more time with his family. Turns out, he'll also be talking a lot about bagels.
Criticism is one thing, but choreographer Mia Michaels may have gone too far when she sunk her claws into a young tapper on TV show "So You Think You Can Dance."
We knew it would be big. We still don't know exactly how big, and we won't until after this upcoming opening weekend. But we do know that even before it has played one full day in theaters, "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" has already broken a record. Here's what some people lined up to see it had to say about the movie.
Disney starlet Miley Cyrus stumbles on the pop charts as she tries to shed her bubblegum roots
There is no doubt Chris Brown gave a strong performance of Michael Jackson songs at Sunday's BET Awards. But the question it raised Sunday on the news floor here was: were his emotions real? And if so, is it time to forgive Chris Brown for beating up Rihanna last year.
Britain’s Prince Harry fell off his horse during a polo match in New York City on Sunday and ended up losing the game, but he won big for his charity to help African orphans.
Would I cover Glastonbury again? You bet.
Music, beer and wellington boots tend to top Glastonbury revellers' must-have list. But this year, it's shorts, shades and bikinis in the warmest Glastonbury anybody can remember.
There were no seances to raise him from the dead (at least as far as we know), but people around the world were connecting to Michael Jackson again, one year after his sudden death.
Physiotherapist by day and a filmmaker by night, Semyon Pinkhasov has captured facets of Soviet life that rarely get shared beyond Russia's borders, even after the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Survey casts light on which Twilight star you would support.
Turkish-Greek relations have never been smooth, exactly. The countries have gone to war against each other, and territory disputes continued to haunt them until the end of the 20th Century. Yet, in recent years, diplomacy has thawed the once icy relations between the two. This week, it was music that did the trick.
While he worried about whether he had packed his ear plugs, the conversations of music fans around our Glastonbury reporter on the train to the music festival made him feel very old, and what didn't help was that everyone in his carriage from London's Paddington station looked less than half his age.
"Knight and Day," the new action adventure movie starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, hit movie theater screens on Wednesday to mixed reviews, with some critics loving it, some hating it. For Cruise, who's seen his share of career ups-and-downs recently, the good reviews will be welcome.
Christina Aguilera's new album sells a fraction of her previous releases, after her first single flops and she is forced to cancel her tour