Robert Durst of "The Jinx" will be tried for murder. Can his "confession" be used?
The infamous real estate scion has been connected to but (so far) not convicted in a string of disappearances and deaths over the past 30 years.
Bristol Palin and 2011 Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer engaged to wed.
The funeral for Tony Robinson, shot and killed by police in Madison, Wisconsin, was held Saturday.
Canadian demonstrators in dozens of cities are marching against a proposed anti-terrorism bill.
Five suspects are in custody after the release of a viral video showing a teenage girl being beaten at a Brooklyn McDonald's.
SAE Racist Frat Chant Controversy: OU Chapter Might Sue University of Oklahoma, President David Boren
Members of a disbanded fraternity chapter retain a lawyer who once ran for Senate against the university's president.
Alexander McQueen 'Savage Beauty' Retrospective: Stars Step Out At London's Victoria & Albert Museum
"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty," a retrospective of the late fashion designer's work, brought out the stars on March 12.
"All That Jazz," featuring 14-year-old transgender activist Jazz Jennings, debuts this summer.
A doctor who knows the author of "To Kill a Mockingbird" claimed she did not seem lucid when he visited her, a news report says.
'Rap Albums That Caused Slavery': Twitter Responds To MSNBC 'Morning Joe' Hosts Blaming Rap Lyrics For SAE Racist Frat Chant
After hosts of "Morning Joe" argued that rap lyrics were to blame for Sigma Alpha Epsilon's racist chant, Twitter responded with satire.
On 'Grey Gardens,' Albert Maysles And Editing One Of The Greatest Documentaries Ever Made: Interview, Muffie Meyer
Filmmaker Muffie Meyer co-edited the documentary "Grey Gardens" for brothers Albert and David Maysles.
A member of a Planet Fitness gym had her membership revoked when she repeatedly complained about a transgender woman in the locker room.
Many criticized "American Sniper," but American moviegoers made it 2014's top earner.
'Hot mugshot guy' Jeremy Meeks, whose picture went viral last year, has dreams of being a breakout model/actor.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" has topped $500 million in worldwide box-office earnings sans massive success in Japan or South Korea.
Ogling hot guys for a good cause: helping kids get books they can't afford.
Hall & Oates is haulin' Brooklyn company Early Bird into court for attempting to profit off their fame.
"Advanced Style" blogger Ari Seth Cohen began taking pictures of well-dressed seniors, and the fashion industry took note.
SeaWorld plans to launch a marketing campaign that seeks to reach a nonpartisan consumer who "wants to know our side of the story."
‘Star Trek' Leonard Nimoy, Champion Of Plus-Size Women: ‘The Full Body Project’ Photo Book Celebrated All Body Types
The "Star Trek" icon was author of the photo book "The Full Body Project."
The Unbearable Whiteness Of Abercrombie & Fitch: In A Multicultural Era, Can This Branding Still Work?
Caught in yet another diversity scandal, Abercrombie & Fitch, and brands like it, need to embrace racial diversity and diversity of thought -- before they become irrelevant.
A new location-based mobile app promises to help turn a '50 Shades of Grey' scene into real life.
FX announces that Lady Gaga has signed on to star in American Horror Story.
The Strangest Oscars Speeches: NYC Theater Hosts 'You Like Me: An Evening of Classic Acceptance Speeches'
The Public Theater in New York City hosted 'You Like Me, An Evening of Classic Acceptance Speeches'
The AP-GfK tax poll indicates the majority of middle-class Americans think the rich pay too little in taxes.
Murdered ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller's Father: Obama Put Anti-Ransom Policy 'In Front Of American Citizens' Lives'
The U.S. administration has "put policy in front of American citizens' lives," says Carl Mueller, the father of the late aid worker Kayla Mueller.
“The shot that seems really tampered with is the one with the really tall Jihadists and the dwarf Christians,” one expert says.
It's unanimous: Everyone hates "Saving Christmas," Kirk Cameron's Razzie award-winning film.
A retired police officer in White Plains, New York, killed his two daughters, then committed suicide.