Frank Ocean is gay, or at least bisexual, according to a post he put out on microblogging platform tumblr.
Americans on Wednesday will celebrate the 4th of July, a holiday now commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues and other outdoors events.
The wedding of actor Alec Baldwin and yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas attracted well-known names in the entertainment industry.
Former Today show co-host Ann Curry, ousted Thursday from her position after 15 years with the program and one year into her current role, continues to be the buzz of the television world and has some of her fans furious and threatening to cease watching the NBC show.
James Fortune, a popular gospel singer, burned his 4-year-old stepson in 2001 and left him permanently disfigured, according to a civil lawsuit filed against him and his wife Cheryl, reported myFOX Houston.
China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition.
A controversial clip from HBO's show The Newsroom became widely circulated on the Internet, drawing heated debate about its main character's assessment of America.
The search for Janice Klein, a missing mother and wife from Plano, Texas has mobilized the local community after the police reached out to the public for help to find her.
Maybach Music Group has released the video for Rick Ross' single So Sophisticated on Sunday on MTV2.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) chief Michele Leonhart's marijuana stance a few days ago has sparked wide outrage online, as her assertion contradicts common knowledge and even information published by the DEA itself.
Uruguay is likely to pass legislation that will allow its government sell marijuana to its citizens.
If the University of Virginia's faculty senate had its way, Rector Helen Dragas would resign and ousted President Teresa Sullivan of would be reinstate.
The Father's Day Doylestown shooting ended peacefully.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans 2012 completed on Sunday was both familiar and unprecedented. It saw the 29th victory for a German carmaker (11th for Audi), 40th victory for a French driver, 27th victory for a German driver, and 21st victory for tire maker Michelin.
The death of radio talk show host Howie Chizek, a voice that filled the airwaves of Akron for nearly 40 years, has shocked and saddened many of his loyal fans.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan was ousted from her position by the school's Board of Visitors last weekend. In a campus-wide email, it was announced that she would step down on August 15.
Each panelist at a recent Toronto real estate conference had a reason why the city's condo market is not a bubble. But the developers, the lender, the receiver, the marketer and the real estate agent each talked about the things that worry them.
When people think of hurricane damage they usually think of Miami or New Orleans, but a new report suggests the greatest financial risk of all may be much farther north: the greater New York City area.
Luka Rocco Magnotta, a man with a disturbing online presence, has been named a suspect in a horrific homicide case involving the mailing of body parts to Canadian politicians. The Canadian police have issued a nation-wide warrant for him.
Almost $100,000 in donations has been raised for Diane Tran, a Texas high school student who gained national attention last week for being jailed for truancy.