Charlie Sheen, the wayward star of U.S. television comedy "Two and A Half Men," said on Tuesday he was diagnosed as HIV positive some four years ago and had been extorted for more than $10 million to keep the information quiet.
A homeless man was charged on Monday with two felonies in a violent, seemingly random attack on the streets of Hollywood on "NCIS" actress Pauley Perrette that she later recounted on social media.
Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen is to make a "revealing personal announcement" on the "Today" show on Tuesday, following reports in online and tabloid media that the Hollywood actor has been diagnosed as HIV positive.
What a great time to be a country music fan in Las Vegas.
Eagles of Death Metal may be topping the charts if social media has its way.
CBS has switched up this week's episodes of "Supergirl" and "NCIS: LA" in the wake of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris because of plotlines that mirror the real-world violence.
Dave Grohl-led rock band Foo Fighters has canceled its remaining tour dates in Europe following the terror attacks in Paris.
For his latest "Take a Break" segment, host James Corden spent nearly 10 minutes of Thursday's "The Late Late Show" running amok at Planet Hollywood Resort.
Calling all acrobats, jugglers, magicians, ventriloquists and guys who swallow things and then regurgitate them.
If you sue Taylor Swift, just remember her lyrics might be used against you.
Where do you go for theme park rides inspired by maritime tragedies, acid-blooded aliens and children fighting to the death in a dystopian future?
Much like prime-time game shows and singing contests, U.S. television is copying yet another curious European phenomenon: slow TV.