Sir Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at March for Our Lives
Sir Paul McCartney honored his friend and bandmate John Lennon while talking part of Sunday's March for Our Lives protest in New York City.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Common, Miley Cyrus and more support March for Our Lives
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and more celebrities have made their way to Washington, D.C. for the first-ever March for Our Lives gun control rally.
Casey Neistat rips CNN's technology: 'Case study for the innovator's dilemma'
Casey Neistat slammed CNN as a “case study for the innovator’s dilemma,” calling it an “old-school media company” after his video-sharing startup,...
New Tavis Smiley witnesses detail sexual misconduct
New witnesses have detailed sexual misconduct allegations against former PBS talk-show host, Tavis Smiley, according to the Associated Press.
Paris Jackson reportedly dating super-model CaraDelevingne
It looks like millennial model millionaires Paris Jackson and Cara Delevingne are an item.
Russell Simmons' rape accuser suing for $10 million
Russell Simmons is facing another rape allegation and a $10 million lawsuit.
Taylor Swift makes March for Our Lives donation
Taylor Swift is proudly showing her support for the March for Our Lives movements.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tour Northern Ireland, approve royal wedding china
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a surprise visit to Northern Ireland on Friday as part of their pre-wedding tour of the United Kingdom.
Paris Hilton's scramble for a lost ring worth $2M
The ring was lost while the heiress was partying in Miami, and she had security scouring the venue.
Mister Rogers depicted on new honorary postage stamp
The U.S. Postal Service released a stamp honoring Mister Rogers on Friday, the beloved children’s TV host whose show spanned decades.
Stanley Tucci, Felicity Blunt surprise crowd with pregnancy announcement during movie premiere
Another baby is on the way for celebrity couple Felicity Blunt and husband Stanley Tucci.
ESPN assailed for giving multimillion-dollar salaries to new morning show stars after widespread layoffs
ESPN is under fire for a new morning show that will reportedly pay its hosts whopping salaries on the heels of recent layoffs at the network.