Was it Bob Newhart horsing around all those years on "The Late Late Show"?
Nine years of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" came to an end Thursday night along with its mythical presiding pundit, as the real-life Stephen Colbert bade the audience farewell.
Following pointed criticism from President Barack Obama for shelving "The Interview," Sony Pictures Entertainment on Friday defended its decision, claiming it had no choice but to cancel the film's Christmas Day theatrical release.
Embattled actor Stephen Collins says he's not a pedophile and insists he has inappropriately touched a minor just once.
R&B star Ashanti could have to face being questioned by an accused stalker again after a juror's illness prompted a mistrial.
Need a new playlist? Check out the Associated Press' top songs of 2014 list. Heard them before? Then play them again.
An up-and-coming rapper pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he moonlighted as a gun-toting member of a New York City street gang responsible for several shootings during turf wars over drug trafficking.
Programmed as a playful substitute to "The Interview," North Korea comedy "Team America: World Police" also has been pulled from theaters.
That I was one of the relative few to see "The Interview" is not a boast I take any pleasure in.
Colbert Nation will be leaderless after Thursday night.
Chris Rock is terrified cyber-crooks will hack into his emails and show them to the world because he makes offensive jokes "for a living."
Sir Paul McCartney is 72, and only the wrinkles give his years away.
And now for something completely different.
The preacher-patriarch of the television show "7th Heaven" has admitted he sexually molested three underage girls.