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Fox News Channel said Tuesday that Megyn Kelly will soon move into prime time, and the palace intrigue about who - if anyone - she will displace on cable news' most popular and stable lineup begins.
A British inquest has found that reggae star Smiley Culture died from a self-inflicted stab wound to the chest during a 2011 police raid.
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Pierce Brosnan's daughter has died from ovarian cancer, his publicist confirms.
Amy Winehouse seemed to live in public, but her fans never knew the private person.
A once-grand opera house that's now a scene of decaying rubble was the latest remarkable venue for Chanel's haute couture.
It may be difficult to separate Johnny Depp from his "Pirates" character Jack Sparrow, but the actor recalls a time before the boozy buccaneer became a household name.
Paul Smith, a jazz pianist, composer and arranger who worked with such greats as Bing Crosby, Nat "King" Cole and Dizzy Gillespie, has died at 91.
Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams wants a judge to rule that a trademark for his "I am OTHER" company is not infringing on Will.i.am's "I AM" trademark.
A TV personality who says BET forced him to tone down his typically feminine look to appear on its pre-awards show is rejecting the network's apology.
NBC says it will air a sequel to the hit cable miniseries "The Bible."
Fred Armisen has confirmed he has left "Saturday Night Live" after 11 years.
Chris Kelly of the '90s rap duo Kris Kross died of a drug overdose, a medical office investigator said Monday.
There's a limit, it turns out, to how much Johnny Depp and a bucket of makeup can accomplish.
The items arrive by the thousands, borne on furniture dollies, in Radio Flyer wagons or nestled carefully in owners' arms. The hodge-podge parade consists of paintings, teapots, firearms, mannequins decked out in military uniforms and more. Much more.
The U.N. women's agency is teaming up with actress Geena Davis to support the first global study of how women and girls are portrayed in family films, saying the images have a strong impact on how females see themselves.
Even though Gabrielle Union lost the lead role of ABC series "Scandal" to Kerry Washington, she says the experience gave her hope that strong and likable female characters can be created for black actresses.
Former CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien will be contributing reports to the new Al Jazeera America network when it debuts in August.
"The Heat" is hot, but it was "Monsters University" who came out on top at the weekend box office.
The Sandman is returning to Vertigo comics under the influence of writer Neil Gaiman.
Puppeteers from the Israeli version of Sesame Street protested Monday against Israel's closure of a Palestinian children's puppet festival, arguing that puppet theater poses no threat to Israeli security.
Carrie Underwood has found her voice on Twitter.
Google Inc. got a friendly ruling Monday from a federal appeals panel that stripped a group representing authors of class-action status as the search engine defends itself against claims that its plan to create the world's largest digital library will violate copyrights.