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The "Rocky" actor is said to be devastated over death of his eldest child from a suspected overdose of pills.
Social media users reacted with fury after the TV talk how host apparently spoiled a key plot twist in the new Batman movie while interviewing Anne Hathaway.
"History Detectives" program says it may have found the folk hero's most-famous Fender Stratocaster.
Natalie Cole, nine-time Grammy Award winner, tweeted that her mother would be buried at Forest Lawn cemetery, California.
Tour de France team Cofidis has suspended Frenchman Remy Di Gregorio, arrested in a dramatic raid on his team’s hotel.
Jessica LaBrie is also publishing a tell-all book on the Hole frontwoman, Kurt Cobain's widow," titled "Get Me A Xanax."
In "Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger," author Christopher Andersen alleges that Jagger had a longterm love affair with his fellow British musical genius.
Borgnine worked for nearly seven decades in more than 200 film and TV roles.
Rihanna is suing her former accountants over tens of millions of dollars she said they lost through shoddy bookkeeping.
Katie Holmes has appeared in public for the first time in public since announcing she had filed for divorce from Tom Cruise.
Yohan Blake, the Jamaican sprinter who beat Usain Bolt in the 100 meters during Olympic trials on Friday night, has proved it was no fluke.
The American bowed out of the Wimbledon third round overnight, losing to David Ferrer of Spain.
Sharapova came out swinging after Simon said that men deserved more grand slam prize money than women.
Winehouse's father Reg had said Traviss "helped her with her problems and Amy was looking forward to their future together."
Sam Trammell, who also stars in the smash-hit HBO vampire series, says "True Blood" "has become like, the 'twins' show."
Saudi Arabia's only female competitor likely to qualify for the Olympics won't be going to London after all.
The horse, which has won 22 races from 22 starts, scraped home by inches in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
Australian Olympic swimmers Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk will be sent home as punishment for posting photos deemed inappropriate on Facebook.
The terror group posted job ads on several jihadist web sites, offering training for suicide bombers to target the US, Israel and France.
Researchers at Tohoku University Graduate School of Economics in Sendai say that if current trends continue, the nation will end up with no children aged under 15 by May 18, 3011.