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Shakespeare, the Magna Carta - and now some of John Lennon's finest lyrics.
James Franco's filmography is starting to look like a book shelf - and a very respectable one, at that.
Blake Shelton and NBC are putting together a benefit for Oklahoma tornado victims.
A New York City woman has been sentenced to probation for stalking actress Marion Cotillard (koh-tee-YAR') on the Internet.
The lawyer for an 87-year-old woman who accuses Donald Trump of cheating her in a skyscraper condo deal told jurors in Chicago on Wednesday that he was personally repulsed because he felt the "Apprentice" star conned his client and lied about it on the witness stand.
Piers Morgan is going behind the scenes.
The idea of Michael Douglas playing Liberace might seem nearly as outrageous as Liberace himself.
Robert Redford makes actions speak louder than words in shipwreck drama "All Is Lost."
Robin Roberts will tell the story of her battle with a life-threatening illness in a new memoir.
There was a time when most of the songs played on the radio came from Broadway. Now some popular hit makers like Cyndi Lauper and Sting are finding it still feels like home.
The problem with New York these days is there's just not enough litter.
The Cannes Film Festival is missing one of its biggest stars of this year's festival: Ryan Gosling.
A publicist for an upcoming Marilyn Monroe exhibition in Prague says that photographs of the star have been stolen.
Germany on Wednesday celebrated the 200th birthday of Richard Wagner, the 19th-century composer whose music has been hailed as sublime art at the height of Western culture even as he remains tainted by his visceral anti-Semitic views, which later found favor with the Nazis.
Khaled Hosseini, whose novels have sold more than 38 million copies worldwide, knows what a lucky man he is.
Two emotionless prison guards watch Ai Weiwei as he eats, sleeps, paces, showers - and even sits on the toilet - in the Chinese artist's new obscenity-filled, metaphor-rich music video mocking state power.
Aretha Franklin is taking off the month of June.
Vice President Joe Biden is praising Jewish leaders for helping change American attitudes about gay marriage and other issues.
Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant will be hosted by a Jonas brother and an E! News personality.
A man accused of vandalizing a 1929 Pablo Picasso painting in a Houston museum - an act that was caught on cellphone video - agreed Tuesday to a two-year prison term as part of a plea deal with prosecutors.
Bolivia's culture minister calls it actor-activist Sean Penn's "worst performance" ever. He isn't talking about a movie.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for May 13-19. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
App Store Official Charts for the week ending May 20, 2013:
For the past decade, the "American Idol" season finale has been one of television's biggest events of the year. Now it's not even TV's biggest event of the week.
iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending May 20, 2013
For fans of the boy wizard, this could be the most coveted copy of all the "Harry Potter" books in the world.
Two charter airplanes carrying the "Today" show anchor team and their crew from Hawaii to Yellowstone National Park were diverted in the air to Oklahoma for coverage Tuesday of the catastrophic tornado outside of Oklahoma City.
Police in suburban Atlanta say rapper Chief Keef, whose name is Keith Cozart, has been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
AEG Live LLC did not conduct any background checks or supervise the doctor who was later convicted of killing Michael Jackson, a corporate attorney testified Tuesday in a lawsuit claiming the concert promoter was negligent in hiring the physician.
Carole King isn't done with music - not yet anyway.
Burt Bacharach knew writing a memoir would be emotional - not because of his never-heard backstage tales or his tumultuous marriages. He knew that being honest would force him to come to terms with the death of his daughter.
Nicole Kidman is the chameleon of Cannes.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
La dolce vita came to Cannes on Tuesday, thanks to a pair of films set in Italy exploring lives of affluent ennui.
A phrase you will hear often at Cannes is: "Let me run the numbers."
Tornadoes are a part of life in Moore, Okla., something country star Toby Keith was reminded of when a deadly, devastating one leveled parts of his hometown on Monday.
The Muppets may have taken Manhattan, but they're getting a spiffy new home in Queens.
Britain's Prince William has joined his father Prince Charles in urging global action to tackle the illegal poaching of wild animals.
Carol Burnett, who became famous for playing a variety of characters in sketch comedy routines on her namesake television show, was named the winner of the nation's top humor prize on Tuesday.
The singer known as the Gentleman of Salsa is temporarily turning to tango: Gilberto Santa Rosa will make his Broadway debut in the musical "Forever Tango," which returns to New York in July for a 10-week stand featuring some of the Puerto Rican singer's hits.
"The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" host Chris Harrison will again emcee the Miss America Pageant this September in Atlantic City, N.J.
French actor Gerard Depardieu will star in a drama about a Chechen man who seeks revenge for the killing of his son.
Kellie Pickler came into the final "Dancing With the Stars" episode in second place but finished in first.
Mack Emerman, the founder of Criteria Recording Studios where acts including Eric Clapton, James Brown and the Bee Gees made some of their most famous records, has died after a long illness. He was 89.
Joel and Ethan Coen had almost given up on casting the lead for their film "Inside Llewyn Davis." The part, a folk musician in early 1960s Greenwich Village, demanded the elusive combination of someone who could both carry a movie and perform the songs central to the film.
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