'Wonder Woman' Lynda Carter to Play President on 'Supergirl'Wonder Woman has signed on to play the president on "Supergirl."
Lawsuit: Ellen DeGeneres Mocked Woman's Name for Breast JokeA Georgia real estate agent is suing the producer of the "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," claiming the comedian mispronounced her name to make a joke about breasts.
Khloe Kardashian Files to Divorce Lamar Odom - AgainKhloe Kardashian is once again seeking to end her marriage to former NBA player Lamar Odom.
'GMA' Meteorologist Ginger Zee Discusses Fight with Anorexia"Good Morning America" meteorologist Ginger Zee has opened up about her childhood battle with anorexia.
'Supergirl' is Coming to The CW!CBS's new hit series Supergirl is joining our super lineup here at The CW!
Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried Among 'Twin Peaks' Reboot StarsShowtime is announcing an offbeat cast for the reboot of the offbeat series "Twin Peaks."
Police: Guns, Drugs Seized at Home of 'Pawn Stars' CharacterPolice seized a small arsenal of guns, a gallon plastic bag containing marijuana, multiple doses of anxiety medication and a small amount of methamphetamine at the home of the "Pawn Stars" character "Chumlee," according to an arrest report made public Tuesday.
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'Mob Wives' Reality Star Angela 'Big Ang' Raiola Has DiedAngela "Big Ang" Raiola, the raspy-voiced bar owner who gained fame on the reality TV series "Mob Wives," died early Thursday, nearly a year after being diagnosed with throat cancer. She was 55. Raiola died at a New York City hospital while surrounded by friends and family, said series producer Jennifer Graziano.
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Beyonce's Half-time Show Bringing Both Praise and CriticismA day after the Super Bowl, people are still parsing over each frame from Beyonce's halftime performance, trying to glean the messages, both subtle and overt, that made for a stunning display of unapologetic blackness and political activism during one of the most-watched events of the year.