The sitcom life is in Nicole Richie's future.
The 28-year-old co-lead of The Simple Life intends to star in and produce a half-hour comedy for ABC that will focus on a ...
Tareq and Michaele Salahi
The couple who got into last week's White House state dinner denied being party crashers and said they are "shocked" and "devastated" by the tag.
"I can tell you we did not party-crash the White House," Tareq Salahi said on Tuesday's Today show, where he appeared with wife Michaele.
The Salahis — who maintained they were not being paid for the interview contrary to previous reports — said they have e-mail proof that they were invited to the dinner. "I am certain we'll be completely exonerated," Tareq Salahi said.
Secret Service apologizes for breach by White House party crashers
Because of the continuing internal review by the Secret Service, the Salahis ...
Citing his Thanksgiving night accident, Tiger Woods has decided against competing in his own golf tournament.
Tiger woods in "good condition" after car accident
"I am extremely disappointed that I will not be at my tournament this week," Woods said in a statement posted on tigerwoods.com. "I am certain it will be an outstanding event and I'm very sorry that I can't be there."
The 33-year-old golfer blames...
The Amazing Race 15 - Harlem Globetrotters - Herbert Flight Time, Nathaniel Big Easy
Being unable to unscramble five letters to spell "Franz" (as in Kafka) turned out to be quite the trial for The Amazing Race's Big Easy. The 28-year-old Harlem Globetrotter (real name: Nathaniel Lofton) struggled with the letters for almost three hours and was dealt a blow when Dan, after agreeing to work together, refused to give him the answer, offering up only the first letter. "That was his strategy. He felt like we were one of the strongest teams and he saw an opportunity to get rid of us and he went for it," Big Easy tells TVGuide.com. Rather than toil any longer, he and teammate, Herbert "Flight Time" Lang, 32, opted to incur a four-hour penalty, which ultimately led to their metamorphosis — uh, elimination. See why the pair had no regrets about the decision, what they think of Sam and Dan, and more.
Good grief, Charlie Brown: President Barack Obama has a prime-time address announcing his strategy in Afghanistan, postponing your classic holiday special.
Robert Sean Leonard, House
This season's House has offered up character-centric episodes focusing on Dr. House and individual members of his team. In Monday's episode, titled "Wilson," House's best bud gets his turn.
"You see my assistant [whom] you've never met. You see the oncology floor. You see where I work," Robert Sean Leonard said of the upcoming episode revolving around his character. "I have ...