Arts & Entertainment
"Gravity" took home seven Oscars of its own, including the prize for best director, awarded to Alfonso Cuaron.
Amy Adams wore a strapless, dark blue Gucci gown and Hollywood's "it" fashion darling of the year, Lupita Nyong'o, showed up for the Oscars in a look of ice-blue silk.
The Walt Disney Company will cut funding to the Boy Scouts of America beginning in 2015 because of a policy that bans gay adult leaders in the organization.
"12 Years a Slave" rolled at the Spirit Awards, winning five awards including best feature at the annual independent film celebration.
The buff and chesty Oscar statuette is said to be modeled after Mexican actor and director Emilio Fernandez. True story or Hollywood legend?
Will and Jaden Smith have something they can bond over. They were both awarded Razzies for their performances in "After Earth."
Sunday night's Oscars might be a few hours away, but there are a few things we do know about who will — and who won't — get any recognition.
Hinduism's canon of sacred texts is written in Sanskrit, a language few Hindus today can read or speak. But there's a resurgence of interest among young Hindus in learning it.
The New York City medical examiner confirmed Friday that actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died from a cocktail drugs, including heroin and cocaine.
Robert Hilburn, the only music writer at the Folsom Prison concert, tells an audience at the Crawford Family Forum the real Johnny Cash story.
The Academy Awards are the classiest awards show in Tinseltown, but sometimes even the best in show business can't hide their shortcomings. Reporter Sasa Woodruff has a look back at some memorable Oscar bloopers, fiascos and flops.
Replace the ink cartridge and chill the cheese plate, it's time for the 86th Annual Academy Awards! Here are all the party printables you need.
The vast majority of Academy members are white, male and over 60. But an effort is underway to include more women and people of color.
The Armenian American sketch comedy troupe plays with ethnic stereotypes and lets audience members laugh at themselves.
Liberation Music threatened to sue Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig over a song he used in one of his lectures. Lessig sued back, and now the label is taking a look at its own copyright policies.
John Rabe talks with the "Veronica Mars" star about making the movie version of her hit show, seven years later, and the scourge of paparazzi who target celebs' kids.