'Guerrilla,' a limited event series from John Ridley, is a story about the fight against oppression in 1970s London. Don’t miss the premiere on Showtime and Showtime Anytime on 4/16.
Hooters is known for chicken wings and other things, but now their iconic uniform is getting a makeover in Asia. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports on their new modest is hottest policy.
The power couple hit the red carpet in Las Vegas for the grand opening of Tatum's new show. Will Channing and Jenna perform on stage together? Find out!
As President Trump nears his 100th day in office, a new ABC News/Washington Post poll has found that most disapprove of his performance yet few of his voters regret casting their ballot for him.
Kendall Jenner may have run into some controversy with her failed Pepsi ad, but that's not stopping her from speaking out on other issues. And she's doing it without saying anything at all. Also, Ed Sheeran made a permanent mistake with his latest tattoo. Plus Bella Thorne breaks her silence on her recent "depression" diagnosis tweet. All this on today's Hollyscoop Daily Rewind.
Kenyan runner Mary Keitany broke Paula Radcliffe's women-only marathon world record on Sunday with a third victory in London, while Daniel Wanjiru won the men's race
Sandy Gallin, an agent and talent manager who guided the careers of such luminaries as Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, Cher and Nicole Kidman, well as being a producer of TV specials and Broadway shows, has died
A caught-on-video attack by two dogs on Catalina Island this week left a Huntington Beach man in the hospital and his Jack Russell terrier seriously injured.
The case against a Michigan doctor accused of circumcising two 7-year-old Minnesota girls highlights how the practice is alive and well in parts of the Western world where its adherents have migrated
Scientists prefer to stay above the political fray, but concerns about budget cuts and issues such as climate change have led thousands of scientists and their supporters to join the March for Science in Washington, D.C.
California has long been what one expert calls a "symbolic death penalty state," but it might be easing back toward allowing executions, prodded by voters and lawsuits