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The "Mike & Molly" actress reportedly fired an extra on the set of her directorial debut, "Tammy."
The youngest Jonas brother will help host this year's Miss USA pageant with Giuliana Rancic.
Wolf Blitzer may have assumed too much about a tornado victim he interviewed.
Fred Phelps Jr., says that Jason Collins' coming out caused the devastating Oklahoma tornado.
O.J. Simpson's ex-girlfriend, Christie Prody, opened up about her less-than-healthy relationship with the former football player.
There's still hope for power couple Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
Brad Pitt tells Esquire magazine about drug use and "drifting" during the time he was married to Jennifer Aniston.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback says his surgery will have "no effect on training camp."
New York radio director Old Man Ebro says Jay-Z told him that the pregnancy rumors aren't true.
The former Hootie and the Blowfish star responded to a racist comment over the weekend.
The Oklahoma tornado's death toll dropped dramatically from initial reports.
Only 27 percent of college graduates have jobs related to their majors, and only 62 percent need their degree at all.
Don Mattrick revealed the new Xbox One console as an "all-in-one home entertainment system" on Tuesday.
Dominique Venner, a far-right French historian and anti-gay activist, pulled out a pistol and shot himself in the mouth standing next to the altar in Notre Dame cathedral.
The Atlanta Falcons expect to begin the 2017 season in their new multipurpose stadium.
Microsoft announced a live-action Halo TV series for Xbox One, executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
The future home of the San Francisco 49ers won the bid to host Super Bowl 50, to take place in 2016.
A Catholic television channel owned by the Italian Bishops Conference claims Pope Francis performed a "public exorcism."
ESPN is reportedly laying off up to 400 employees due to the licensing costs the network incurs.
Jaqueline Walters Danforth was arrested May 19 for DUI.
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