Taylor Swift made a stop Tuesday night on her busy tour promoting her new album to share her passion for reading and writing with a gaggle of New York City public school kids - and 100 more giggling on computer screens via Skype from classrooms.
A representative for Jose Canseco says the former major league slugger is recovering after shooting himself in the hand at his Las Vegas home.
A judge has finalized Jane Lynch's divorce from her wife more than four years after the couple were married.
A writer for a Cartoon Network show says the cable channel's officials censored a same-sex kiss so the episode could air on TV.
The purple Teletubby "Tinky Winky" may be a suspected gay, but now cops have tagged his buddy "Laa-Laa" as nothing more than a cheap sneak thief, stealing his friend's Chinese leftovers.
His father's terminal illness forces Aidan Bloom into adulthood with all its responsibilities.
Elton John has called Pope Francis "my hero" for his compassion and push to accept gays in the Catholic church, at his annual AIDS benefit.
The hard R-rated sex farce gets a second chance on Blu-ray and includes a handful of features exclusive to the high-definition format.
Disgraced Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega's lawsuit over his inclusion in a 2012 "Call of Duty" video game has been dismissed by a judge who determined the game's use of his likeness is protected by the First Amendment.
In his latest film "Horns," Daniel Radcliffe takes a radical departure for his Harry Potter role. Accused of murdering his girlfriend, a bit of magical realism causes him to grow horns & solve the crime. Radcliffe talks about the role.