About 100 people chanting "Rape is not a joke!" and "No means no!" protested outside a theater in Denver before comedian Bill Cosby took the stage on Saturday, but his first of two performances of the night went on without a disturbance.
Beneath the neon lights of a banquet hall on an industrial stretch of the city, models strutted across an elevated stage in homemade evening gowns and tuxedos adorned with sequins, lace and something atypical for the runway: Trojan condom wrappers.
Greg Anthony has been suspended indefinitely by CBS following his arrest on solicitation charges.
A jury has ruled that 1980s pop star Rick Springfield didn't injure a woman at a New York State Fair concert a decade ago.
The Grateful Dead is coming back to life for final concerts in July.
"Frozen" star Idina Menzel will sing the national anthem before the Super Bowl kicks off next month.
A judge has revoked Chris Brown's probation but allowed him to remain free for now after the R&B singer traveled without approval for a concert and failed to complete community service on time.
Two extravagant comedies, "Birdman" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel," dominated nominations for the 87th annual Academy Awards with nine nods each, while "Boyhood" remained the widely acknowledged front-runner.
Macklemore has turned the joys of searching through thrift shops into the joys of searching through trash.
Mariah Carey is heading to Sin City. Caesars Palace announced Thursday that the 44-year-old pop icon would open a series of shows May 16 at The Colosseum in Las Vegas. Carey has announced 18 performances, so far.
World War II veterans gathered Wednesday at Maya Cinemas in Bakersfield to watch a free screening of the movie "Unbroken," about Olympian Louis Zamperini, who survived a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp.