Joan Rivers did not consent to a laryngoscopy during which she lost consciousness due to lack of oxygen – and never regained consciousness before she died.
Monday marked 45 years since the debut episode of the New York institution of “Sesame Street.”
Abraham Foxman, the National Director of the ADL, called Minaj’s latest video “a new low for pop culture’s exploitatation of Nazi symbolism.”
New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi is lending his name to a middle-class advocacy group led by a potential gubernatorial hopeful.
The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which has been held off-camera since 1997, will make its TV debut Friday as a two-hour special on CBS.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be in the city for a three-day visit to unveil a new charity called United for Wildlife, according a report in the Daily Mail.
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On Saturday, the co-creators of “Hereafter Musical,” Vincent Favale and Frankie Keane, stopped by the CBS2 studio to chat with CBS2’s Diane Macedo about the production.
Ondrasik is helping the CBS series Hawaii Five-O celebrate its one hundredth episode, which airs tonight (November 7).
Just three songs into the concert – which saw him performing his 1976 classic double album opus, Songs in the Key of Life, in its entirety – it was, in a way, a sweet moment in a show full of them.
This week, a pop icon crushed everyone’s dreams and “Episode VII” just got a lot more real.
During the final three weeks of Ferguson serving as host, popular friends of the show, including Jay Leno, will stop by.
Wayne Brady is known for making people laugh, but the comedian made a serious revelation this week.
A legend of punk and new wave threw her support behind a plan to ban horse-drawn carriages in New York City Wednesday.
Howard Stern delivered the eulogy, Broadway singer-actress Audra McDonald sang “Smile” and bagpipers played “New York, New York” at Joan Rivers’ funeral Sunday.