Justin Bieber has become the poster child for paparazzi attacks, partying and reckless driving — a far cry from the innocent, devoutly Christian singer he was six years ago.
So what happened? Check out our timeline of The Biebs' downward spiral and figure out what went wrong.
NBC didn't improve its overall ratings this past season, but network chairman Bob Greenblatt remains positive.
"How good is it to celebrate being flat? At this point in our business, flat is the new up," he said Saturday at the Television Critics Association fall previews. Greenblatt pointed out that the other Big 4 networks (ABC, CBS and FOX were all down ) and dubbed the 2012 season as the "Year of Improvement," citing that it was the network's most competitive season in the past nine years.
Hillary Clinton joined the legions of public figures on Twitter Monday.
Master, she's back!
Barbara Eden once again donned her iconic I Dream of Jeannie costume Friday at the Life Ball in Vienna.
Stephen Colbert and wife Evelyn
Stephen Colbert's alter egomaniac on The Colbert Report may be a hawk, but the real Colbert is a peace-loving guy, at least when it comes to the late-night battlefield. We caught up with the Comedy Central cutup — in a rare interview out of character — at the opening-night gala for the Montclair Film Festival in his adopted home state of New Jersey (his wife Evelyn is one of the fest's organizers).
Jennifer Lawrence showed off a new hairstyle at the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles Saturday night, where she was on hand to present the Advocate for Change Award to former President Bill Clinton.
Stephen Colbert and Bill Clinton
Times have sure changed since Bill Clinton was inaugurated in 1993. While the former president has embraced some aspects of social media, he has avoided Twitter. That is, until appearing on Monday's episode of The Colbert Report.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says in a new video that she supports marriage for gay and lesbian couples, both personally and politically.
"LGBT Americans ... are full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship. That includes marriage," Clinton says in a new video for the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBT rights organization.
Monday was President Barack Obama's Inauguration Day — but at one moment during the ceremony, it was President Bill Clinton who inadvertently stole the spotlight.
President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama
President Barack Obama was sworn in for a second term as 44th President of the United States Monday, in a star-studded ceremony that looked toward the country's future as much as it paid tribute to long-established ceremonies.