Not everyone can keep up with Adele’s singing, but this pup named ‘Cas’ out of Nashville can!
The History Center begins its Bicentennial Legacy Project by sharing a piece from the man popularly known as the father of Fort Wayne.
Newt Thomas’ ability didn’t propel him to fame or great fortune, but it did make him a popular customer at Plank’s Bier Garten in Columbus.
Cole died Thursday evening at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles due to complications from ongoing health issues, her family said in a statement.
Rogers’ army surgeon Trapper John was one of the most beloved characters — and half of one of the most beloved duos — in TV history.
Thanks to Instagram, YouTube and other online options, you can enjoy the antics of animals simply by following, liking or pinning them.
Las Vegas police say nearly 1,000 uniformed officers will be visible along the 4-mile-long Strip.
Cosby was charged with sexually assaulting a woman at his home 12 years ago. The TV star acknowledged under oath a decade ago that he had sexual contact with the victim but said it was consensual.
The 33-year-old actor was taken into custody Tuesday after a warrant was served at his home in the Sunland area.
Lemon, the “clown prince” of basketball’s barnstorming Harlem Globetrotters, died Sunday in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was 83.
Once everything is opened up, we so innocently put those boxes out with the trash on the curb. And that’s the problem.
Highlights, memorable moments, and bloopers from First News Weekend this past year.
Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” was second behind “25” on the albums list.
J.J. Abrams’ installment of “Star Wars” also posted the biggest Christmas Day box office in history with $49.3 million and the best second-weekend take with an estimated $150 million.
The Associated Press compiled this list which includes network, cable and online offerings.
It’s been a year of shifting sands in late night. A year of broken trust in two vastly different TV personalities. And a year when presidential debates became must-see TV.
Here’s a rundown of 10 big television happenings in 2015:
A look back at some of the biggest entertainment stories of the year, some of which took place off-camera.
The 17 Beatles albums as well as subsequent greatest hits collections will be available starting Christmas Eve.
While the new Will Smith film “Concussion” may lead some to question their support of the NFL, the forensic pathologist who first drew attention to the dangers of repeated head trauma said he wanted his discoveries to “advance football.”
The revival of the nearly 40-year-old space saga has already dominated the box office and toy shelves. Now, it’s also been selected as The Associated Press Entertainer of the Year and is amassing support for Academy Awards consideration.