Cory Monteith’s TV show Glee will go on despite his shocking death.
Divorce documents show that the lead singer of metal band As I Lay Dying had an amicable split with the estranged wife he’s now accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill, but she was concerned about how recent changes in his behaviour would affect his parenting. Meggan Lambesis, the wife of Tim Lambesis, said in the court papers obtained by The Associated Press that she worried about his ability to care for their three adopted children, but she gave no indication she felt in danger
The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Lil Wayne leaves the hospital, Timberlake launches new album and Princess Diana gowns fetch 1.2 million dollars at auction.
A year and a half after President Obama loosened restrictions on government funding of human-embryonic-stem-cell research, a federal judge on Monday, Aug. 23, declared all such studies temporarily off-limits for taxpayer dollars, on the grounds that they violate a 1996 law.
The Hunts face Congress and bankers after their fallThose bashful bullionaire brothers W. Herbert and Nelson Bunker Hunt showed up in public last week for the first time since their speculative bubble burst on “Silver Thursday,” March 27.
Each year billions of dollars' worth of property is abandoned all over the U.S. When that property is something as tangible as buildings or land, there is no question about who takes it over.The state in which it is located gets it through “escheat,” a feudal doctrine by which the land of a man who died without heirs reverted to the original grantor, or lord of the manor
These are not the people you expect to come to the rescue. Rock stars are designed to be shiny, shallow creatures, furloughed from reality for all time.
Fast food chains are notoriously cagey about telling consumers how their food gets from the field to the feedlot to the drive-thru window. Hope Jahren, a researcher at the University of Hawaii, believes consumers have a right to know how their food is made
In 1987, television preacher Oral Roberts made a dramatic appeal.
The economy may be troubled, but one area is thriving: social media. They begin with Facebook and extend through a dizzying array of companies that barely existed five years ago: Twitter, LinkedIn, Groupon, Yammer, Yelp, Flickr, Ning, Digg–and the list goes on