Harvard University's Hasty Pudding theater troupe has cast its first women after nearly two centuries of all-male productions.
The popular political podcast "Pod Save America" is coming to HBO for four specials, just in time for the midterm elections.
Bill Cosby could be sent to prison next week for drugging and molesting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
Veronica Mars has another mystery to solve. Hulu has ordered eight new interconnected one-hour episodes of the series, starring Kristen Bell, that premiered in 2004 and aired on UPN for two seasons and The CW for one.
A museum celebrating all things cannabis with displays that include a glass bong taller than a giraffe and huggable faux marijuana plants is the newest tourist attraction in Las Vegas.
Reggaeton star J Balvin received eight Latin Grammy Awards nominations Thursday, including one with Beyonce for their hit "Mi gente" with Willy William.
A 26-year-old Austin, Texas man has been arrested on federal charges for sending threatening letters to pop star Taylor Swift and showing up at her record label in Nashville, Tennessee.
An 11-year-old patient whose dance video led to a meeting with the rapper Drake says she's feeling a lot better with a new heart.
British regulators say that the corporate battle between 21st Century Fox and Comcast to take over broadcaster Sky will be settled by auction.
Isabel Allende, author of such beloved novels as "The House of the Spirits" and "Eva Luna," has won an honorary National Book Award.
Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts is in "critical but stable" condition after he slipped and cracked his head while playing with the family dog in Florida.
Meghan Markle is being joined by her mother for the launch of a cookbook aimed at raising money for victims of the Grenfell fire.
Producers of the James Bond films say Cary Joji Fukunaga will direct the next instalment in the spy thriller series, replacing Danny Boyle.
Demi Lovato's mother says the singer is "doing really well" nearly two months after being hospitalized for a drug overdose.
A federal judge in Connecticut has dismissed a lawsuit by 60 former professional wrestlers who claimed World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head trauma.