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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 Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" host Chris Harrison will again emcee the Miss America Pageant this September in Atlantic City, N.J.
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.
French actor Gerard Depardieu will star in a drama about a Chechen man who seeks revenge for the killing of his son.
Four finalists are vying for the "Dancing With the Stars" title, and just one point separates the top two contestants.
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.
Laura Mvula, "Sing to the Moon" (Columbia Records)
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.
French Montana, "Excuse My French" (Bad Boy/Maybach Music/Interscope Records)
Eminem's song publisher is suing Facebook and an ad agency, saying they copied music from one of the rapper's songs.
Portia de Rossi only believed it was happening when her agent got the good news from the producers. Michael Cera only believed it was happening when the cameras rolled.
Willy Moon, "Here's Willy Moon" (Cherry Tree/Island)
Hollywood is hell.
Russia's point man on Syria and on its relations with the U.S. on Tuesday turned his attention toward a subject close to Russian hearts - alleged vote theft at the Eurovision Song Contest.
Justin Bieber's pet monkey is no longer his.
Oscar Goodman ran Las Vegas for 12 years with a showgirl on his arm and a martini in his fist.
Country music performer Toby Keith says he grew up in the area near Oklahoma City that was hit by a devastating tornado.
Simon Cowell has added former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland and Latin artist Paulina Rubio to the cast of his competition show "The X Factor."
CBS has taken the scheduled season-ending episode of "Mike & Molly" off the air because its plot line revolved around a tornado threatening the couple.
If you didn't think Henrik Ibsen's work was sexy and racy, you'll be pleasantly surprised by BAM's production of "The Master Builder," which embraces a whole new interpretation of that classic 1892 tragedy.
Actor Sean Penn on Monday urged the U.S. government to pressure Bolivia to free an American businessman detained without charge since 2011 in a case that has drawn accusations he was the victim of corrupt local prosecutors.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sent a letter to Khloe Kardashian informing the reality star the logo on her T-shirt line may be violating copyright law.
"Star Trek: Into Darkness" didn't warp past its predecessor.
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of the 1960s rock group The Doors whose versatile and often haunting keyboards complemented Jim Morrison's gloomy baritone and helped set the mood for some of rock's most enduring songs, has died. He was 74.
Antonio Banderas will star in a movie as one of the 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground for more than two months in 2010, and the charismatic survivor he's playing couldn't be happier.
Britain's biggest theater group has reached across the Atlantic Ocean and bought the lease to Broadway's largest theater from Live Nation Entertainment for about $60 million.
There's always glitz and glamour at Cannes, France, during its annual film festival, and it's no different this year. But there's still a heavy infusion of gold to come this week at Thursday's amfAR gala, which will treat its celebrity guests to 40 of the world's top models in "The Ultimate Gold Collection Fashion Show," curated by Carine Roitfeld.
Bernard Waber, the author of such children's favorites as "The House on East 88th Street" and "Lyle, Lyle Crocodile," has died.
Amid the purveyors of belly casts and placenta pills, sonogram art and cord banks at a recent baby gear extravaganza stood a smiling Rosie Pope, pregnancy advice guru, mommy concierge to the rich and, with any luck, the Martha Stewart of maternity.
Seth MacFarlane is too busy to host the Oscars in 2014.
A corporate lawyer for concert giant AEG Live LLC on Tuesday revised his testimony and said the tour director of Michael Jackson's ill-fated "This Is It" concerts had a signed contract.
It's just a quick kiss, but it's a long step forward for Archie Comics' only openly gay character Kevin Keller.
An 87-year-old woman who alleges Donald Trump cheated her in a skyscraper-condo sale told jurors Monday she had qualms about suing the real estate mogul and TV celebrity. But, she quickly added, "Somebody had to stand up to him."
The author of best-sellers about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida is working on a book about terrorists in the U.S.
Indian cinema is being feted in Cannes on its 100th birthday. But amid the celebrations, the B-word - "Bollywood" - remains controversial.
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa, "Seesaw" (J&R Adventures)
It's tempting to say Daft Punk has gone Hollywood.
Derek Hough has made it to the finals of the 16th edition of "Dancing With the Stars," which wraps Tuesday, but he almost didn't return to the ABC show this season.
A leading Israeli university says it will present singer Barbra Streisand with an honorary Ph.D. when she visits Israel next month.
A couple of stars from TV's "Chuck" and "Smash" will soon be dating on Broadway.
A first edition copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" that contains author J.K. Rowling's notes and original illustrations is going on sale at a charity auction.
NBC went out of the company and out of the country to find a president for its news division, on Monday naming the first woman to hold the top job.
- Wilson ahead of learning curve in 2nd season
- Morning links: Harvin shows explosiveness
- Irvin shorn, perhaps reborn after bad news
- Huge tornado hits Oklahoma City suburb, kills 51
- Police end search for Susan Powell, implicate brother
- 309 Secrecy ignited firestorms over Benghazi, IRS
- 145 Aide: Obama learned about IRS from news accounts
- 112 He set out to disprove a faith, woo a girl now he loves both
- 71 Narrows tolls to rise; more hikes possible as debt and lack of traffic may push maximum amount over $6 prediction
- 12 Party lines blur at transportation rally