A human rights group has expressed outrage over the recent fast pace executions in Iraq and has called for Iraqi authorities to put an end to the unjust practice.
Demi Moore has in fact checked into a rehabilitation facility, despite denials that she is only seeking alternate treatments, E! News reported.
Miley Cyrus is very serious about shedding her squeaky-clean Disney star image. Cyrus will star as a wild teen in the upcoming comedy "LOL: Laugh Out Loud" with Demi Moore.
Pastor Steve Reynolds of Capital Baptist Church in Annandale, Va., is offering parishioners who seek to lose weight a motivation that's higher than simply wanting to look good: honoring God.
Actor Jon Voight campaigned in Pensacola, Fla., on Saturday for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Kim Richards, one of several colorful castmates on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reality show reveals she is an alcoholic on the upcoming three-part reunion special for the show.
The first openly gay representative of Congress, Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) has announced his plans to marry his longtime partner Jim Ready, according to NBC News. The retiring congressman will wed his partner in his home, an aide for Frank told NBC.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that his country is ready to resume nuclear talks with the world powers in the. The country is in the midst of facing harsher sanctions for their growing nuclear program.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry, who unapologetically wears his faith on his sleeve, has released a new video giving his fans the answer to his success: “The grace of God.”
After causing much stir in the gay community earlier this week by declaring she is "gay by choice," actress Cynthia Nixon is responding to critics angered by her controversial choice of words.
In a very personal interview, Oscar-nominated actor Brad Pitt opened up on his past use of Marijuana and bout with depression following his new found stardom.
Chelsea Handler ended her relationship with rapper 50 Cent after one of his former girlfriends appeared on her late night television show, the comedienne told E! Online.
Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain told Fox News on Friday he "loved" Newt Gingrich's aggressive response to a question about Gingrich's second wife during Thursday night's presidential debate.
Legendary Rhythm and Blues singer Etta James has died at a hospital in Riverside, Ca., her friend and manager, Lupe De Leon told CNN on Friday.
Casey Anthony may be hiding out with the help of a Florida pastor following her July acquittal for the murder of her two-year-old-daughter.
Over 150 people, including nearly 50 lawmakers, participated in a ceremony in Augusta, Maine., on Tuesday to announce the state’s new legislative prayer group, according to the Associated Press.
A dating site that seeks to link "sugar daddies" together with "sugar babies" has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
A new report released on Friday by United for a Fair Economy, a national advocacy group working to curb economic disparities, discovered some discouraging projections on the future of race relations in America.
The soon to be 18-year-old pop sensation Justin Bieber told the Spring issue of V magazine that he is in no rush to grow up.
The Tony Award-winning musical “The Book of Mormon” brought in a hefty sum of $1,428,663 last week for eight performances over the weekend.
Todd Palin, the husband of 2008 vice president nominee, Sarah Palin, told ABC News on Monday that he is endorsing Newt Gingrich for president.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) claims the St. Joseph School District in Northwest Missouri violated the First Amendment following the distribution of invitations to students for religious events.
Television personality Ryan Seacrest may have to take a pay cut after his $15 million a year contract to host American Idol approaches the end of its three-year tenure, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
A new Covington, Ky., ordinance, enacted on January 2, allows police to arrest students for missing school.
Pope Benedict XVI announced on Friday that he will hold a formal ceremony in February elevating 22 new cardinals he has named.