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"Blade Runner" actress Sean Young is a "wanted individual" after officers say she was caught on camera stealing laptops and software from a store in New York City, a spokesperson for the New York Police Department told TheWrap on Friday.
Mark Hamill revealed to the Twitter-verse on Saturday that iconic actor Arnold Schwarzenegger asked him for advice when he was just starting out and Hamill "told him to lose his accent for a wider range of roles and to change his last name since no one could pronounce it. He did the opposite of course.
Original "Star Trek" star Nichelle Nichols has reportedly been diagnosed with dementia. According to Nichols' conservatorship documents, obtained by TMZ, the actress, 85, has "moderate progressive dementia."
Democrats are talking about running Richard Gere for a soon-to-be-open seat in Congress in upstate New York.
Kelly Osbourne has revealed she recently relapsed but is also celebrating one year of sobriety.
In case you missed it, Starbucks honored Whitney Houston by playing her music all day long last Thursday, on what would have been her 55th birthday.
The NFL National Anthem controversy picks up where it left off last season. At various pre-season games last Thursday, some players knelt, others held up a fist and then there were those who stayed in the tunnel until the anthem was over.
NASA launched its newest spacecraft, called the Parker Solar Probe, aboard a huge United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket on Saturday -- and by December 2024, it will become the fastest spacecraft ever.
You heard Michael "Wanz" Wansley on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' song, "Thrift shop." Over the weekend, he performed with the Seattle Opera Company's production of Porgy and Bess.
The number one show on U.K. streaming services? "Friends," 15 years after its last taped show.
Turkey's economy is in trouble. Their currency becoming worth less and less.
Norway is going to experiment with a program that provides free heroin to addicts.
Racal Flats cut their show short in Noblesville, Indiana, last Thursday. All we're hearing is that it was because of a "security concern."
A study says exercise is linked to better mental health, but too much can do harm.
NOAA is forecasting a less-active hurricane season this year.
Just in case you're counting down the days, Starbucks will debut their pumpkin spice lattes on August 28.