Celebrity cook Paula Deen was a no-show Friday at the “Today” show, where she was scheduled to appear to answer questions about past use of racial slurs.
This gallery contains photos published June 13-20, 2013.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jay-Z is now in the player agent business.
The rap mogul has been certified by the NBA players’ association, spokesmen for the union and Roc Nation Sports said Thursday.
However, it’s unclear exactly what
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Long before the new “Man of Steel,” actor Terence Stamp delivered the screen General Zod of a generation. Stamp portrayed Superman’s Kryptonian arch enemy opposite Christopher Reeve in “Superman” (1978) and “Superman II” (1980).
LONDON (AP) — Rolling Stones fans know you can’t always get what you want. But they may get what they need, with agreement reportedly near between the band and the BBC over televising part of the Stones’ Glastonbury
PARIS (AP) — A French court has fined Gerard Depardieu 4,000 euros ($5,300) and suspended his driver’s license for six months in a drunk-driving case that started when the actor fell off his scooter in Paris in November
The Rolling Stones enter the top 20 concert tours list.
Jack White, Kitty and Joe Jonas are among the winners of the O Music Awards.
Marvel announced Thursday that Robert Downey, Jr. will reprise his role as Iron Man/Tony Stark for “The Avengers 2″ and “The Avengers 3.” Downey
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is adding a video service to its popular photo-sharing app Instagram, following in the heels of Twitter’s growing video-sharing app, Vine.
Veteran media reporter Howard Kurtz is shifting from CNN to Fox News Channel.
Microsoft rolled back a much-criticized requirement that its upcoming Xbox One gaming console be regularly connected to the Internet and made clear that there will be no limitations on sharing games.
British comedian Russell Brand says he has cancelled Middle Eastern dates on his forthcoming tour after promoters said they couldn’t guarantee his safety.
Less than a year after Philip Roth announced he had stopped writing books, another literary great may be retiring: Alice Munro.
Frank Langella will be taking on one of Shakespeare’s greatest roles — King Lear — and letting audiences in two countries see it.