Mayumi Heene, the mother of balloon boy Falcon Heene, told investigators she and her husband "knew all along that Falcon was hiding in the residence," according to an affidavit obtained by The Associated Press.
According to the court documents, Mrs. Heene also told investigators...
After nine years and 19 seasons of Survivor, it takes a lot to rattle host Jeff Probst. But once Galu team leader Russell Swan collapsed during Thursday's reward challenge and lost consciousness again minutes later, Probst was forced to send Russell home and called the experience his "scariest moment" on the show. Russell, 42, may not have won the million-dollar prize, but tells TVGuide.com about coming away with a new lease on life and also tells us why he thinks his role as...
The fifth episode of FlashForward starts off ominously, as we see Benford and Wedeck's car and another collide head-on. Before anything more can be revealed, the episode jumps back a few days to show the FBI gang is on a road trip to the nation's capital to get more funding for the MOSAIC program. Early on, we see Wedeck playing hoops with an influential politician and ask him for his help in getting the team more funding for their efforts in investigating the flash forwards. This someone is obviously an old friend in a high place. Turns out, the man in question is President Segovia (played by the always wonderful Peter Coyote), who holds a press conference detailing the Senate Intelligence Committee Hearings are supposed to start about which groups should get what funding for their work on the flash forwards. Nothing too exciting here — except when we get a glimpse of the President's secret flash forward — when we discover that something very bad is going to happen come April.
Collin Wilcox-Paxton, who portrayed the false accuser in the classic 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird, has died of brain cancer, according to The Associated Press.
Wilcox-Paxton died Oct. 14 in her hometown, Highlands, N.C., at age 74. She had been diagnosed with...
Best-selling rapper Lil Wayne pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted weapons possession and is likely to get slapped with a one-year prison sentence after striking a deal with Manhattan prosecutors.
Lil Wayne (real name: Dwayne Carter Jr.) pleaded guilty to a...
A paparazzo following Michael Jackson's children was in a car accident with a Jackson family vehicle Wednesday, People reports.
According to the magazine, Jackson's children...
Jury deliberations began Wednesday in the Bahamas trial of two people accused of attempting to blackmail John Travolta after his son's death, The Associated Press reported.
Ambulance driver Tarino Lightbourne is accused of trying to extort $25 million from the actor over ...