Christie Smythe threw away her marriage and job to be with imprisoned former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli. Now hear from Stephanie Clifford, who told Smythe's tale.
K.T. Oslin, who died on Monday, was the first female songwriter to win the coveted CMA song of the year award, for her No. 1 country hit "80's Ladies."
Comedian John Mulaney, who has talked openly about substance abuse, reportedly has checked into rehab for alcohol and cocaine addiction.
From celebrities caterwauling "Imagine" to COVID-19 denialism wrapped in decrepit blues-rock, these are the foulest sounds we heard in 2020.
It has star power (Gal Gadot and Keanu Reeves presented awards), and compared to the Oscars and Emmys, its audience is growing exponentially. Game Awards creator Geoff Keighley weighs what's next.
Dwayne 'Dwanta Claus' Johnson joined John Krasinski for a 'Some Good News' special and helped a California father provide Christmas gifts for his family.
Executive producer Shonda Rhimes gives Regency-era London the "Scandal" treatment in her first project for the streamer, based on the romances of Julia Quinn.
"Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox will host a weekly podcast produced by Shonda Rhimes' Shondaland Audio. It's set to launch in February.
Inside the virtual vote from the L.A. Film Critics, in which Amazon's anthology film series 'Small Axe' took best picture of 2020.
"House of Cards" actress Robin Wright directs and stars in "Land," a drama about a woman who leaves her life behind and becomes one with nature.