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A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Joshua Corbett, 39, pleaded not guilty to charges including stalking and possession of a machine gun.
A new study shows there have been three major movements in American music since 1964.
The "That '70s Show" star is giving his mom a Mother's Day she'll never forget.
The troubled pop star was reportedly in talks to make his debut in a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) match last summer.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Austria Vienna's mascot - a cape-wearing lion named "Super Leo" - has fallen and he can't get up.
The "Mama's Broken Heart" hitmaker will guest edit the June edition of a national magazine.
From "Conan the Barbarian" to "Jingle All the Way," the best scenes from every Arnold movie.
It wasn't long ago that tech-savvy parents used baby monitors and nanny cams to keep tabs on their offspring. Now, the tables have turned.
Lawyers seeking to spare convicted Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from the death penalty called witnesses who described his volunteer work, his adoration of his older brother, and his father's mental illness in the years before the attack.
The "Loyal" hitmaker was accused of punching an opponent during an early morning basketball game at the Palms Casino Resort.
Sixty-four people anted up around $10,000 for the NBA star's charity, and the privilege of getting the first ride on a new roller coaster at Cedar Point.
The singer/songwriter is using her trademark blonde bob wig for a good cause.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, May 6.
The racing giant has a museum with race cars, trophies, and memorabilia in Arizona.
The actress' DraperJames.com venture opened for business on Tuesday.
Will Ferrell brings back his infamous "SNL" impression of the beloved Chicago Cubs broadcaster.
The "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker recruited Joan Jett and Ariana Grande to rock out in her backyard for a series of videos aimed at raising funds for her new charity, the Happy Hippy Foundation.
The White House says it is too early to tell if the two gunmen killed in Garland were tied to an organized terror organization.