Miranda Lambert performs "Over You" at the 47th annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. She won the awards for album of the year for "Four the Record" and for female artist of the year.
This year's Oscars was a combination of a high school prom and graduation. There was the pomp and circumstance, the corny music, the interminable length – and, of course, the gowns. Here, perky valedictorian (and Oscar co-host) Anne Hathaway sets the tone in a fire-engine-red Valentino.
For America's jobless, the labor market is sending conflicting signals. On one hand, unemployment in December dropped to 9.4 percent, its lowest rate in 19 months, the US Department of Labor reported Friday. On the other hand, a separate Labor survey showed that the economy added only 103,000 jobs, when economists were expecting about 150,000 new nonfarm jobs. What to make of it all? In fits and starts, the economy is staging a very modest recovery, but it may take years before the nation regains the jobs it lost during the Great Recession. To find a job, many unemployed Americans may need to reenergize their own job search. Here are seven ways to do it:
'Tron: Legacy' is further evidence that Hollywood is catering to a new generation of moviegoers whose appetite for video games and reality TV has changed the very nature of stardom.
Owen Wilson is in the romantic comedy 'How Do You Know,' where Reese Witherspoon plays a professional softball player caught in a love triangle.
Dianne Jacob is the food writer all other food writers turn to for help.
Sandra Bullock made a surprise appearance Tuesday night at the Nashville Rising flood relief benefit concert.
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Oprah Winfrey, Penelope Cruz, and the Muppets will be immortalized.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (c.) visits a cholera treatment center run by the Rev. Franklin Graham's relief organization, Samaritan's Purse, in Cabaret, Haiti, on Dec. 11. Ms. Palin arrived in Haiti as part of a brief humanitarian mission in the impoverished nation struggling to overcome postelection violence and a cholera epidemic.
Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock won't attend the London premiere of "The Blind Side" due to a scandal at home.