• New York Jul 11, 2015

    Roger Rees, Tony Winner and Robin Colcord on ‘Cheers,' Dies

    Roger Rees, the lanky Tony Award-winning Welsh-born actor and director who made his mark onstage as Nicholas Nickleby and became a mainstay on Broadway playing Gomez in “The Addams Family” and Chita Rivera’s doomed lover in “The Visit,” has died. He was 71.

  • Jan 7, 2015

    Son Charged in Fatal Shooting of Hedge Fund Father in Manhattan Apartment

    A 30-year-old man has been charged with murder in the death of his father, a multimillion-dollar hedge fund founder discovered fatally shot in his Manhattan apartment bedroom, police officials said Monday.

  • Facebook Dec 26, 2017

    Church Stuns Waffle House Workers With $3,500 Christmas Tip

    Employees of a Waffle House restaurant have received a huge tip of over $3,500 from Ohio churchgoers whose pastor preached about generosity at Christmas. The Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV report five women working at the Wapakoneta restaurant were stunned when congregants from Grand Lake United Methodist Church in Celina delivered the cash after a Christmas Eve service. The workers...

  • Los Angeles Sep 11, 2017

    New Nordstrom Concept Store's Big Change: No Merchandise

    Nordstrom is opening up a store that doesn’t have any inventory. The luxury department store chain says its Nordstrom Local concept store will open in Los Angeles next month. The Seattle-based company says the store will be staffed with personal stylists who can order merchandise for customers. Nordstrom says customers can also buy online inside the store or pick up...

  • driver Aug 21, 2017

    A Driver's Guide to Viewing the Total Solar Eclipse

    For travelers looking to get a glimpse of the solar eclipse, rubber-necking delays may be the least of their worries. The eclipse, due on Aug. 21, has astronomy enthusiasts and summer road-trippers flocking to the “path of the totality,” a belt of states across the country that will provide prime viewing of the solar event. But as hotels fill up...

  • Facebook Aug 18, 2017

    Johnny Depp Visits Children at Hospital Dressed as Pirate Jack Sparrow

    Captain Jack Sparrow took time from his pirate duties to visit patients at a children’s hospital in Vancouver, Canada.

  • Florida Aug 17, 2017

    ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart' Singer Bonnie Tyler Will Perform During the Solar Eclipse

    The total eclipse may be eclipsed by the “Total Eclipse of the Heart” singer on the day of the solar event. Bonnie Tyler, the singer of the famous pop song, will perform the 1983 hit on the Royal Caribbean’s Total Eclipse Cruise. “Bonnie Tyler was a natural choice for this once-in-a-lifetime moment,” said Michael Bayley, the president and CEO of...

  • Donald Trump Aug 15, 2017

    Fifth Anniversary of DACA Deportation Protections Marked by Fear of Its End

    Immigrant rights groups and allies are marking the fifth anniversary of protections for young immigrants with rallies and demonstrations Tuesday, as the future of an Obama-era program remains uncertain under the Trump administration, NBC News reports. On Aug. 15, 2012, the Obama administration began accepting applications for the deportation relief and work permission program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or...

  • United States Aug 14, 2017

    Jennifer Aniston Slams Body-Shamers as ‘Incredibly Damaging'

    A year after writing an essay criticizing tabloid coverage of female celebrities, Jennifer Aniston spoke out on the topic and declared that the situation has not “gotten better,” according to “Today.” In a new interview with Vogue, the actress discussed the problems with body-shaming and its effect on young women. “I think the problem is the tabloids and the gossip...

  • Netflix Aug 14, 2017

    ‘Scandal' Creator Shonda Rhimes Making New Shows for Netflix

    Shonda Rhimes, the creator of popular television series such as “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” has signed a deal to make new shows for Netflix. The streaming service announced late Sunday that Rhimes’ Shondaland production company is moving to Netflix. Netflix wrote in a news release that Rhimes’ shows “Grey’s Anatomy,” ”Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder” would continue...

  • NBC Aug 11, 2017

    5 Die After Being Fitted With Balloons for Obesity, FDA Says

    At least five people have died after receiving gastric balloons to help them lose weight, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. It’s unclear whether the balloons or the surgery to implant them could have caused the deaths, but the FDA issued an alert to doctors to monitor patients who have the devices, according to NBC News. The balloons are...

  • Facebook Aug 10, 2017

    ‘Arrow' Star Stephen Amell Takes Down Homophobic Trolls

    “Arrow” star Stephen Amell took down trolls after homophobic comments appeared on his Facebook page. Amell visited the Vancouver Pride Parade on Sunday and shared photos from the event, posing on a rainbow sidewalk with his wife, Cassandra Jean, and wearing balloon peacock feathers. While most of the comments on the actor’s page were positive, some decided were offended by...

  • The Washington Post Aug 9, 2017

    Serena Williams Blasted for ‘Real Woman' Childbirth Comments

    Serena Williams created a stir on social media Tuesday after saying giving birth will make her a “real woman.” In a cover story for Stellar magazine, the tennis star opened up about the significance of having a baby in her life and as a woman. “I am about to be a real woman now, you know? It’s going to be...

  • Attorney Aug 5, 2017

    ‘Sharknado' Stars Ian Ziering, Tara Reid Talk Franchise's Cult Status and Possible ‘Sharknado 6'

    Ian Ziering and Tara Reid of Syfy’s “Sharknado” franchise talk to NBC’s Caroline Carballeira about the franchise’s pop culture endurance, other famous stars fans can expect to see in the latest film and what’s in store for the franchise’s future. “Sharknado 5: Global Swarming” premieres August 6, 2017.

  • London Aug 5, 2017

    When Sharks Attack…Again! Ziering, Reid Discuss ‘Sharknado 5: Global Swarming'

    Sharknado is back, and now the terrifying, shark-infested storms are going international.

  • NBC Aug 2, 2017

    NBC Moving Studio Show to England for Premier League Openers

    NBC is moving its Premier League studio show to England for the season openers for the first time. The network said Wednesday that Rebecca Lowe will host broadcasts on site from Aug. 11-13 with a rotating group of the network’s analysts and commentators. The Premier League season opens on a Friday night for the first time on Aug. 11 when...

  • Donald Trump Aug 2, 2017

    Kathy Griffin Shaves Head in Solidarity With Her Sister's Cancer Battle

    Kathy Griffin shaved her head in a display of solidarity for her sister, who is battling cancer and undergoing chemotherapy, according to a tweet from writer Yashar Ali. Images show the comedian, known for her red hair, with a completely bald head. In one image, Griffin’s mother is seated next to her daughter expressing her disbelief. “In solidarity with her...

  • NBC Jul 31, 2017

    ‘Midnight, Texas' Stars Bring Book Series to Life

    In “Midnight, Texas” being normal makes you an outsider. NBC’s upcoming thriller series centers around the rural town where supernatural beings can shield themselves from the outside world and reveal their true colors. The show is based on the best-selling book series by Charlaine Harris, the author who inspired the “True Blood” series. Manfred Bernardo (Francois Arnaud), a charming psychic...

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