Following the emergence of additional sexual harassment accusations, Herman Cain is now pointing the finger at Rick Perry, accusing the Texas governor of organizing a smear campaign to ruin his presidential candidacy.
Continuing her fight against intolerance and bullying, Lady Gaga has launched the youth-empowering Born This Way Foundation.
Yesterday in Oakland, thousands of Occupy protesters declared victory after shutting down one of the nation’s busiest shipping ports.
Guy Pearce, Ben Foster and Kelly McDonald are set to star in the Steve Buscemi-directed, Oren Moverman-penned adaptation of William S. Burroughs’s semi-autobiographical novel Queer.
The New York Department of Sanitation is rethinking the “cruel” and “excessive” sticker initiative used to punish and publicly shame violators of alternate-side parking rules.
For The New York Times, Christopher McDougall examines the once and future way to run.
According to new reports, the Greek government is teetering on the brink of collapse.
Is your city among the five cleanest or five dirtiest in the nation?
In the latest update of the tedious tragedy that is Lindsay Lohan, the soon-to-be Playboy centerfold was sentenced to 30 days in jail yesterday for violating probation on a necklace theft conviction.
The big-screen remake of 21 Jump Street, starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, has a new red band trailer.
Pedro Almodóvar will serve as the guest artistic director of the 25th AFI Festival, where he’ll be screening his “fundamental” 1985 film Law of Desire.
Below, the trailer for Todd Phillips’s Project X:
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