Gen. David H. Petraeus, the commander of the U.S. forces in the Middle East, passed out Tuesday during a televised Senate hearing.
VIDEO: McCain questions Petraeus
The seated Petraeus was listening to Sen. John McCain when he fainted forward. Petraeus had been testifying that the U.S. and Afghan forces are gaining ground in their fight against the Taliban.
Is the father of teen sailor Abby Sunderland the second coming of balloon boy's dad and (reality star hopeful) Richard Heene?
Laurence Sunderland called the comparisons to Heene "ridiculous" on Monday's Larry King Live despite reports that Sunderland signed a deal for a reality TV deal shortly after his 16-year-old daughter hit the high seas on her own.
Was Abby's journey to become the youngest to sail around the world solo all a ploy for a TV show venture...
Sean Hayes, 2010 Tony Awards
Basketball beat Broadway.
The National Basketball Association finals on ABC attracted a bigger audience than CBS' telecast of the 64th annual Tony Awards.
Despite familiar faces such as winners Scarlett Johansson and Catherine Zeta-Jones, as well as performers like Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison, this year's Tonys averaged 7 million viewers and a 1.2 rating in the 18-to-49 demo, an 8 percent dip from last year's ceremony.
ABC easily won the night thanks to...
A man who pleaded no contest to stalking Ryan Seacrest received the maximum sentence — two years in prison — and was ordered to stay away from the American Idol host for 10 years, The Associated Press reported.
Superior Court Judge John S. Fisher sentenced Chidi Benjamin Uzomah Jr. on Monday, rejecting the defense's request for probation. Fisher ordered Uzomah to stay 500 feet away from Seacrest, 35, and his...
Gary Coleman's cause of death has been listed as a fall, according to documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight.
The 42-year-old actor's death was ruled an accident on his death certificate, acquired by ET. Other significant conditions included...
Soccer fans on both sides of the pond felt a host of emotions as England and the United States tied 1-1 in their 2010 FIFA World Cup match. Now fans who want to rewatch the highlights one more time (if you weren't one of the 13 million viewers to see it live Saturday on ABC) — or anyone looking for a good laugh — can check out this LEGO-animated interpretation of the game...
President Barack Obama will deliver a prime-time address Tuesday to address the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that will be broadcast on all four major networks.
Obama, who made his fourth trip to the region over the weekend, will lay out the government's next steps in dealing with the disaster, senior adviser David Axelrod told Meet the Press on Sunday.
VIDEO: Obama seeks to seize control of oil disaster
The 15-minute address is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET and will air on ...