Keanu Reeve's new movie bombed at the box office over the weekend. It was the worst opening of any movie in his career.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are now engaged.
The official premiere date of the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" is going to be April 15th.
At the Critics Choice Awards Sunday night, Lady Gaga and Glenn Close tied for the Best Actress Award.
People in New York attending a performance of "Beautiful," the life story of Carole King, got a surprise Saturday night when King appeared in the role of herself to celebrate the show's fifth anniversary on Broadway.
More than 3,000 people have signed an online petition asking President Donald Trump to merge North Dakota and South Dakota into a single state called "MegaKota."
Even though the government is shut down, the Clemson Tigers visited the White House yesterday to be congratulated for their National Football Championship.
The Detroit Auto Show is underway.
GObankingrates.com did a study among consumers and found that the average person spends over $5,339 every year on items that can only be categorized as non-essential.
"Coming to America 2" with Eddie Murphy is in the works.
That rare 1943 copper penny went for $204,000 at an auction last week.
Scotty Pippen, Jr. has committed to Vanderbilt for basketball.
Steve Buscemi's wife of over 30 years, Jo Andres, has died. She was 65.
A clip of Marilyn Monroe's hair is going on the auction block and expected to pull in over $16,000.
New M&M flavors on the way this year: English Toffee Peanut, Mexican Jalapeno Peanut and Thai Coconut Peanut.
Have you heard about Januhairy? It's a push during January for women to not shave their armpits and just let it grow.
It's come to this-Americans are more likely to die from an opioid overdose than in a car accident.
A photo of an ordinary, brown egg has broken Kylie Jenner's record for most-liked photo with over 30 million likes.
Meghan Markle let it slip that her royal baby is due in April.
It used to be that most heart attacks occurred early in the morning. Now, it's afternoons.
Earlier this month, China made news by landing a spacecraft on the dark side of the moon. Now, there's a lot of buzz online that it was all faked.
School teachers in Los Angeles went on strike yesterday for the first time in 30 years.
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