New Michael Jackson song: 'Breaking News,' a new song said by his record label to have been recorded by Jackson in 2007 and 'recently brought to completion,' opens with clips from old news reports about the more bizarre events in Jackson's life.
The Jon Stewart-Stephen Colbert 'Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear' opens its online store. Can't march on Washington? At least buy a bumper sticker!
The Brett Favre scandal isn't the only off-field storyline heading into tonight's edition of Monday Night Football. The game will hardly be a symbol of the commissioner's bid to clean up the NFL.
Erin Andrews, the ESPN reporter who was secretly videotaped, filed a lawsuit Thursday. Erin Andrews filed the suit against the hotels for negligence and invasion of privacy.
ESPN's Erin Andrews says stalker's sentence "isn't enough."
The Conan O'Brien tour, 'Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television,' will hit 30 cities while the comedian is contractually bound to stay away from TV.
Celebrity website TMZ has posted racy Scotty Lago pictures, causing trouble for the snowboarder, who had just won bronze Wednesday night – and was hoping for a White House invite.
A wireless connection on the International Space Station allowed NASA Flight Engineer T.J. Creamer to log on to Twitter.
NBC's experiment with a prime time comedy hour appears to be a flop, with reports that the network is pushing the faltering 'Jay Leno Show' back to its old late-night slot.
Blame the media or blame ourselves for our current celebrity obsession. Either way, it is causing people to go to absurd lengths to grab a piece of fame.