News » Page 31
The attorney for Jesse Matthew, Jim Camblos, has spoken about the case in an interview for WTOP radio in Washington.
Roger Taylor is eager to expand the band's collaborations by recording new music with the "American Idol" star.
The AC/DC frontman has thrown his support behind a charity for dementia patients after the condition forced bandmate Malcolm Young to step down.
The beloved "Three's Company" star died in 2003 when son Tyler was just 18. Now he is following in his father's footsteps.
The San Antonio Spurs raised their championship banner, then elevated their game when it mattered.
Howe, a 23-time All-Star who led Detroit to four Stanley Cup championships, retired in 1980.
The Kansas City Royals woke from their hitting slumber to rout the San Francisco Giants 10-0.
With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haunted houses are in increasingly popular with grownups.
Internet TV could soon have the same access to programming as cable providers, which could shake up competition.
An unmanned supply rocket carrying $200 million in supplies and research exploded shortly after lifting off in Virginia.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he would like to make a decision soon on the crude oil pipeline.
President Barack Obama says policies should not discourage Americans willing to fight West Africa's outbreak.
in Viral Videos
Just in time for Halloween, this creepy Michael Jackson classic is redone in 20 completely different styles.
A look at the entertainment headlines that went down in history.
NYC's tallest apartment building isn't open yet but it already boasts an impressive view with a whopping price tag.
The Chestnut Praline Latte will be the first new holiday-themed drink in five years.
The popular online video service owned by Google is planning to offer a paid, ad-free version.
The Jefferson Area Tea Party is calling for Charlottesville Registrar Shari Iachetta to be removed from office.
Arguments have been made to a federal court on the solitary confinement policy for Virginia death row inmates.
VDOT is removing some guardrails amid safety concerns.