Dick Van Patten, the genial, round-faced comic actor who premiered on Broadway as a child, starred on television in its infancy and then, in middle age, found lasting fame as the patriarch on TV's "Eight is Enough," has died.
Charlie Sheen and his ex-wife Denise Richards have been slapped with legal papers after allegedly failing to settle an invoice for their daughters' private tutoring.
A plane registered to Oscar-winning "Titanic" composer James Horner crashed in Southern California, but the identity of the pilot who died has not been released.
Taylor Swift has been accused of having "double standards" by a concert photographer who claims the singer forces snappers to hand over their work so she can use their pictures for free.
Police say as many as 300 people were kicked out of country music stars Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean's concert at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin.
Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to give drivers directions as "The Terminator" by lending his voice to a satellite navigation app.
Hip-hop music mogul Diddy was arrested Monday on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles Monday afternoon, where his son is on the football team, police said
Taylor Swift has Apple changing its tune. Hours after the pop superstar criticized the giant tech company in an open letter posted online, Apple announced Sunday that it will pay royalties to artists and record labels for music played during a free trial of its new streaming music service.
Kim Kardashian is expecting a baby boy, a spokeswoman for the reality TV star said Monday.
Hugh Hefner has accused his ex-girlfriend Holly Madison of attempting to "rewrite history" with her controversial new book detailing her life at the Playboy Mansion.
In a box-office bout of Tyrannosaurus-sized proportions, "Jurassic World" kept the No. 1 spot with one of the biggest second weeks ever, while Pixar's "Inside Out" nearly matched it.
In an open letter to Apple, Taylor Swift has criticized the company's new streaming music service for failing to pay artists for a free three-month trial.