This time "you're fired" is more than a Donald Trump catchphrase. Fox is turning the firing of real people from real jobs into prime-time entertainment starting this week.
Shakespeare, the Magna Carta - and now some of John Lennon's finest lyrics.
Blake Shelton and NBC are putting together a benefit for Oklahoma tornado victims.
James Franco's filmography is starting to look like a book shelf - and a very respectable one, at that.
A New York City woman has been sentenced to probation for stalking actress Marion Cotillard (koh-tee-YAR') on the Internet.
Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant will be hosted by a Jonas brother and an E! News personality.
The lawyer for an 87-year-old woman who accuses Donald Trump of cheating her in a skyscraper condo deal told jurors in Chicago on Wednesday that he was personally repulsed because he felt the "Apprentice" star conned his client and lied about it on the witness stand.
Piers Morgan is going behind the scenes.
The idea of Michael Douglas playing Liberace might seem nearly as outrageous as Liberace himself.
Robert Redford makes actions speak louder than words in shipwreck drama "All Is Lost."
Robin Roberts will tell the story of her battle with a life-threatening illness in a new memoir.
There was a time when most of the songs played on the radio came from Broadway. Now some popular hit makers like Cyndi Lauper and Sting are finding it still feels like home.
The problem with New York these days is there's just not enough litter.
The Cannes Film Festival is missing one of its biggest stars of this year's festival: Ryan Gosling.