Justin Bieber is using his 17th birthday to raise funds for a charity that works for clean water in developing countries. Birthday boy Bieber has already raised more than $27,000. And, Justin Bieber's hair is for sale on Ebay.
Tom Hanks has been confirmed as the 2011 Class Day speaker at Yale University. Can he outdo last year's speaker?
Afghan takeout window Bolani Pazi is the second public art display by 'Conflict Kitchen,' a group that only serves food from countries the United States is in conflict with.
On a mission to find the best hot chocolate in New York, two researchers discover that most of the best brews have European origins.
An encounter with Australian Aborigines proves a life-changing experience.
A cinematic take on a runaway train in the Tony Scott film 'Unstoppable,' a music festival called Bonnaroo, and the 'Les Misérables' 25th anniversary concert on PBS.
Actors are paid for their way with words. Colin Firth had to go above and beyond his usual craft to come up with a credible stammer for his Oscar-winning role in 'The King's Speech,' which also won Best Picture.
The PS22 Chorus brought their hearts and musical gifts to the Oscars Sunday night. Where did those fifth graders of the PS22 Chorus come from, and how did they get so famous?
Forget Matt Damon. Filmmakers outside America are more likely to favor moral heroism over physical heroism. Meet India's Salman Khan.
To some, the Academy Awards are nothing more than a meaningless, self-indulgent spectacle. But to others, the Oscars are really an insipid, decadent pseudo-event. No matter what your opinion, the event produces a lot of Hollywood trivia.
In ‘Of Gods and Men,’ eight French monks living in the Algerian mountains choose humanity, not escape when faced with a chilling threat.
Filmed in Botswana, ‘The Last Lions’ is a haunting portrait of a mother defending her young.
Jerry Seinfeld has prevailed in a libel case, winning his First Amendment right to call a woman 'wacko' after suing his wife for what he calls 'vegetable plagiarism.' Jerry Seinfeld's attorney called the decision a victory for 'right of comedians to tell jokes.'