NY attorney general says e-book buyers getting settlement credits from publishers this week
'Dancing With the Stars' brings in Robin Roberts as one-time guest judge
Architect Shigeru Ban wins Pritzker Prize for innovative design, extensive humanitarian work
Actor James Rebhorn writes own obituary, concludes he was 'a lucky man'
Kennedy Center extends contract for Christoph Eschenbach to lead National Symphony until 2017
Ex-host of Animal Planet's 'Wild Recon' sentenced after admitting sale of endangered lizards
To lure young users, Spotify gives US college students half off on subscription plan
Ex-President Carter: Russia's invasion of Crimea was 'inevitable' but Putin 'needs to stop'
For NBC, Fallon ascendancy is 1 'Tonight' show transition that's working
Alone with her thoughts on a plane in 2009, comedienne Ann Randolph wrote her one-woman show "Loveland." Her father had just died and her mother was recovering from a stroke.
Disney to buy Maker Studios, operator of YouTube video channels, for $500 million
Former TV Judge Joe Brown arrested in Tenn., charged with contempt of court
A collection of photographs documenting the descendants of slaves on a once-isolated island off the South-Carolina-Georgia coast is being donated to the new African-American history museum at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington.
Review: Terrence McNally's gentle and moving 'Mothers and Sons' stars a super Tyne Daly
The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University has announced that Fred Bronstein, president of the St. Louis Symphony, is the institute's new dean.
Nielsen poll: 80 percent of moviegoers count on movie reviews
ABC News head Ben Sherwood to replace Anne Sweeney as co-chairman of Disney's TV business
CBS, Turner report rising viewership for NCAA men's basketball tournament
Music Review: Shakira's new self-titled album misses the mark and should be much better
Patrice Wymore Flynn, actress and widow of screen legend Errol Flynn, dies at 87 in Jamaica
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