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The Library of Congress announced it added 25 titles to the National Film Registry on Wednesday.
'New Girl' star Zooey Deschanel has finalized her divorce from Ben Gibbard, singer for the band 'Death Cab for Cutie.'
The premiere of Quentino Tarantino’s violent Western movie 'Django Unchained' was canceled following the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Discovery Channel has canceled 'American Guns,' a reality TV show about a family of gun makers after pressure following the mass shooting at a Connecticut grade school.
An alleged plot to murder and castrate pop singer Justin Bieber surfaced on Wednesday.
Several independent translations contradict the initial version of 'Gangnam Style' rapper's lyrics from 2004 song.
The Comedy Central host said it took two and a half years to get comfortable with the 'The Daily Show' program and staff.
The new James Bond movie 'Skyfall' hits its fifth weekend, with $11 million in sales, bringing its worldwide total to $918 million. It ranks first place at the US box office.
Kardashian was there to launch her milkshake franchise.
Ksenia Solo, a Latvian-born Canadian actress, is best known for her roles in 'Black Swan' and 'Lost Girl.' But she's also an advocate for polio eradication, who says she "couldn’t stay silent" while children suffered and died despite the availability of a vaccine.
Korean pop sensation Psy joined Madonna at Madison Square Garden during a New York stop of her MDNA tour.
Author Helen Fielding announced she is writing a new 'Bridget Jones' novel, her third novel, due out next year, plus a new movie.
Skyfall, the 23rd Bond film, grossed a record-breaking $87.8 million in its first three days, the biggest debut in the series' history.
Actor Harrison Ford may play Han Solo again in the recently announced Star Wars sequels set to be released in 2015, according to sources.
Lena Dunham, the 'Girls' creator, compares voting to losing one's virginity in the ad for the Obama campaign.
The Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, received a record number of submissions from some 71 countries for this year's foreign-language category.
Comedian Jon Stewart debates Fox News host Bill O'Reilly in “Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium” in Washington, DC.
Prince Harry will not pursue a complaint after naked photographs were published of him naked in Las Vegas, according to St James's Palace.
British rocker Morrissey was at the iconic New York bookstore the Strand when an older woman collapsed next to him.
Myanmar's former generals watched "The West Wing' TV series for tips on democracy, according to US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.