The father of the musical group The 5 Browns pleaded guilty Thursday to sexually abusing three of his daughters when they were minors, People reports.
Keith Scott Brown was charged last week with abusing his daughters Desirae, 32, Deondra, 30, and Melody, 26, all members of the Juilliard-trained quintet.
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In an agreement with prosecutors, Brown, 55, pleaded guilty to sodomy on a child under 14, and two charges of...
Aaron Ashmore has been granted another life after being killed off Smallville in 2009.
He's joining Syfy's Warehouse 13 to play ATF agent Steve Jinks, according to EW. Unlike his Smallville role as reporter Jimmy Olsen, Ashmore will play an agent who boasts at least one special power: the ability to tell when somebody is lying.
Los Angeles reporter Serene Branson's garbled speech on air Sunday night was caused by a "complex migraine," her doctor told the Los Angeles Times.
According to Dr. Neil Martin, chief of neurosurgery at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, a complex migraine can mimic the symptoms of a stroke, including headache, weakness, loss of vision and difficulty speaking. Martin spoke to the Times with Branson's permission.
Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are reuniting with FX for a new drama pilot called American Horror Story, the network announced Thursday. Both served as executive producers on the network's previous Emmy-winning drama Nip/Tuck.
Details are scarce about the show. "American Horror Story is a wildly brilliant original series. Ryan and Brad Falchuk, who created it together, are evil geniuses and, in the spirit of the...
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
Two Minds are better than one?
The premiere of Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior rounded up 12.9 million viewers in prime time's final hour Wednesday night, building slightly on the 12.8 million people who watched Criminal Minds at 9/8c, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.
A late-night endurance challenge at Target was not what the doctor ordered for Top Chef: All-Stars' Angelo Sosa. Exhausted and suffering from "palate fatigue," the New York-based chef — who was sick in last season's finale and joined All-Stars two weeks later — got the boot this week for over-salting his baked potato soup.
Find out why the Season 7 runner-up added salt and bacon to his dish, if he too made a weepy speech at Judges' Table, and why he is not a saboteur.
Top Chef's Fabio: "Everybody's a sore loser"
The judges said your soup was inedible, which is the kiss of death. Were you aware that it was so over-salted?
Angelo Sosa: No, to be honest, cooking ...