Demi Moore’s daughter, Tallulah Willis, joined her two older sisters by becoming a debutante and attending Le Bal des Debutantes at the Paris Hotel Crillon Saturday night.
Miley Cyrus was caught on video admitting to gratuitous marijuana usage at her recent birthday party at the Roosevelt Hotel Beacher’s Madhouse Club in Los Angeles.
Melissa Kellerman, the Dallas Cowboys cheerleader who was tackled in Thanksgiving’s football game, was forced from Twitter after a couple of lighthearted tweets about the situatio
Colton Harris-Moore, 20, more widely known by his criminal alias “The Barefoot Bandit,” wants to make amends for his 2010 burglary spree by giving $1 million back to his victims.
A segment of the Occupy movement plans to disrupt Black Friday by occupying some of the biggest countrywide retailers to demonstrate economic solidarity.
An insider managed to get much-sought details on Apple’s Black Friday 2011 deals, and some of the prices on iPads, iPods, MacBooks, and accessories are much better than years past.
RIM decided to drop the price of its tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, by a significant amount to just $199 exclusively for the holiday season.
According to Jennifer Fox, a protestor in the Occupy Seattle movement, she was pepper sprayed and kicked in the stomach during the Nov. 15 conflict with riot police, which caused her to miscarry.
'Casually Pepper Spraying Cop' Internet Meme: UC Davis Pepper Spray Incident Goes Viral Overnight (PHOTOS)
The horrendous pepper spraying of peaceful student protesters on the University of California Davis campus has become an Internet meme, and almost overnight, gone viral.
Under the guidance of their reportedly wayward lesbian pastor, the churchgoers at Raleigh’s Pullen Memorial Baptist Church voted Sunday to bar her from performing any marriages until same-sex marriage is legal in the state.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a commercial last night attacking a comment of President Obama’s, but there’s one problem: Obama was quoting an excerpt in John McCain’s 2008 campaign.
A new report on the HIV/AIDS pandemic has given the United Nations cause to be hopeful, as the study claims the levels of newly infected victims has remained the same since 2007.
The sudden loss of actress Natalie Wood has remained a mystery, even as the 30th anniversary of her drowning approaches on Nov. 29.
Facebook’s newest feature, “Frictionless sharing,” or the ability for the website to passively share all that you do, is garnering much controversy.
First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden appeared at the Homestead-Miami NASCAR Speedway to tell drivers to “start your engines,” but before they could, loud boos erupted from the crowd.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore’s divorce is already difficult for the two Hollywood stars, but now it seems Moore is determined to punish former husband by seizing some of his vast fortune.
Mormon leaders have united to confront growing issues about the perception of the American people about their religion; using an ad campaign, they have already started tackling negative connotations about the Church of Latter-Day Saints.
The U.S. Army tested its Advanced Hypersonic Weapon yesterday, and it was found that the futuristic prototype could allow the military to strike any target on earth in just one hour.
After Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore’s sudden split, there is another challenge the 49-year-old mother of three has to take on: coping with the stress of a very public divorce.
Herman Cain passed severe judgment on the national Occupy movements yesterday in New Hampshire, condemning their activities and painting them as un-American.
Justin Bieber’s paternity accuser, Mariah Yeater, was photographed with her ex-boyfriend Robbie Powell in September 2010, just 10 months before her baby was born.
The California Supreme Court ruled that sponsors of ballot propositions might step in to defend their efforts even if officials will not, granting proponents of the gay marriage ban the right to speak up.
An application for the Apple iPhone and iPad called “Souria Wa Bas,” or “Syria and That’s All,” helped unite the people’s movement against the Syrian regime and coordinate the resistance.
In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, Queen Elizabeth II participated in a ceremony held at England’s famed Westminster Abbey.
Android users have been bombarded with new viruses and malware over the last few months.