The Conjuring, the horror film based on a true story about two supernatural investigators, took the top spot at the box office this weekend. Its estimated $41.5 million haul, according to Box Office Mojo, is more than twice its original budget of $20 million.
U.S. golfer Phil Mickelson won the British Open Sunday with a score of three-under-par. It's his first time winning the tournament.
At 43, Mickelson is the oldest player to win a major since Ben Crenshaw won the Masters in 1995 when he was also 43.
Chris Froome of England won the 2013 Tour de France Sunday, marking the race's 100th anniversary. It's the second year in a row a Brit has won the race, after Bradley Wiggins in 2012.
ESPN's Neil Everett married his longtime girlfriend, Stephanie Krohn, in Oregon last week, People reports.
Jay Z and Beyonce were among the throngs of people who attended rallies across the country on Saturday in support of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed teenager who was fatally shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in 2012. Saturday marked one week since a jury cleared Zimmerman of all charges.
On last week's Whodunnit?, Ulysses was killed after he was thrown off a spooked horse. Or was he?Whodunnit?: The Killer answers our burning questionsIn the exclusive sneak peek of Sunday's episode below, Kam and Geno ...
Happy Endings' Adam Pally already has his next sitcom gig lined up. Pally will be joining the cast of The Mindy Project for Season 2, TVLine reports.
Rihanna's hair is shining bright like a diamond these days — a metallic one, that is. The singer unveiled pictures of a new gray look via her Instagram account Wednesday.
AMC's upcoming series Low Winter Sun is about police officers, but it's a far cry from the typical police procedural. The plot revolves around two detectives, played by Mark Strong and Lennie James, who murder a dirty cop in their department.
"This isn't a story about the minutiae of police work," James says in a behind-the-scenes video exclusive to TVGuide.com. "This is a thriller about people who have secrets and have ulterior motives."
Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, the parents of slain teenager Trayvon Martin, said on the Today show Thursday that the jury's decision last weekend to acquit George Zimmerman of Trayvon's murder will have lasting repercussions for young men of color.
"It's sending a terrible message to other little black and brown boys," Fulton told Matt Lauer of the verdict. "How do you get home without people knowing or assuming that you're doing something wrong? Trayvon wasn't doing anything wrong."
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