10/29/2013 12:15amA black-caped woman with a lantern guides more than two dozen people through downtown Detroit as night falls, spinning ghoulish, grisly tales from the gritty city's history.
10/29/2013 5:19amThe brother of actress Mia Farrow has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexually abusing two boys in his neighborhood in Maryland.
10/29/2013 6:39amA Bolshoi ballet dancer who is accused of ordering an acid attack on the company's ballet chief pleaded not guilty Tuesday as his trial began in Moscow.
10/29/2013 8:03amThe DVD and games rental store Blockbuster has filed for a form of U.K. bankruptcy _ again.
10/29/2013 8:54amOne exception to the mysteries of death is a certain cold comfort in its finality. "Dead as a doornail" leaves no room for doubt.
10/29/2013 8:57amFrustrated by the ease at which digital photos can be taken and doctored, some artists are kicking it old school: They've revived wet plate collodion photography, a medium invented and popular during the mid-1800s.
10/29/2013 9:21amIn 1986, Texan Ron Woodroof was diagnosed with HIV and given 30 days to live. When receiving the news, the rodeo-lover argued with the doctor, saying only homosexuals got such a disease-and he was as straight as they came.
10/29/2013 9:39amThe Jonas Brothers are disbanding.
10/29/2013 9:50amCountry music legend Loretta Lynn is postponing two shows in Iowa because of exhaustion.
10/29/2013 10:06amCara Delevingne, the model whose face seems to be everywhere, will compete with Edie Campbell and Sam Rollinson as this year's British Model of the Year.
10/29/2013 10:09amFor eight years as NBC News president, Steve Capus worried about Brian Williams, the "Today" show and rapid changes in the news industry. Now he's taking time for a passion project: getting Yes into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
10/29/2013 10:30amTyler Blackburn says it was bittersweet to leave ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" to star in the supernatural spinoff, "Ravenswood," which premiered last week.
10/29/2013 11:10amThe Morrissey memoir show will soon arrive in the U.S.
10/29/2013 12:17pmA major investigation into whether art hanging in Dutch museums may have once been Nazi loot has yielded an unexpectedly large result: 139 suspect works, including ones by masters like Matisse, Klee and Kandinsky.
10/29/2013 12:22pmWhatever you do this Thanksgiving, don't spoil your spread with underdressed vegetables.
10/29/2013 12:40pmStop fussing over whether to prepare your Thanksgiving stuffing inside or alongside the turkey. Your life will be so much easier if you just embrace the wonder that is casserole dish stuffing.
10/29/2013 12:53pmIn just two years, English singer Ed Sheeran has gone from the small stage to the big league.
10/29/2013 2:02pmThe release of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" has been pushed to Dec. 25.
10/29/2013 2:34pmAn Iranian court has sentenced an actress known for her reformist political activism to 18 months in prison on security charges, newspapers reported Tuesday, in another sign of the underlying tensions between Iran's hard-liners and calls for greater openness by new President Hassan Rouhani.
10/29/2013 2:47pmThe Al-Jazeera America cable news network, which has attracted little viewer interest during its first two months on the air, announced a deal Tuesday that will give it a significant presence in the country's two largest television markets.
10/29/2013 3:55pmKanye West says when it comes to fashion, Kim Kardashian reigns supreme over every woman, including Michelle Obama.
10/29/2013 4:05pmGyptian, "Sex, Love & Reggae" (VP Records)
10/29/2013 4:33pmSafety officials announced plans Tuesday to cite performance company Cirque du Soleil and Las Vegas Strip casino MGM Grand after an acrobat died over the summer in a fall witnessed by the audience.
10/29/2013 5:58pmStevie Wonder plans to release two albums next year, including some newly written songs, and he's working on a third.
10/29/2013 6:24pmDavid Hall was afraid of his own son. They were getting into violent, physical fights requiring police intervention. Fearing the teen would end up in juvenile detention, Hall had his son hauled away in handcuffs and shackles to a southern New Mexico ranch for troubled youths.
10/29/2013 6:31pmCivil rights activist Al Sharpton met with the CEO of Barneys New York on Tuesday to discuss allegations of racial profiling at the high-end retailer, while the New York state attorney general's office demanded its own meeting with Barneys and also Macy's.
10/29/2013 6:38pmDC Comics, the home of Batman, is leaving Gotham.
10/29/2013 9:16pmIs donning blackface to dress up as a favorite TV character ever OK for Halloween?
10/29/2013 9:43pmJerry Ferrara feels relieved that the controversy surrounding the long-planned movie version of the HBO series, "Entourage" is finally over.
10/29/2013 10:53pmTroubled singer Chris Brown is heading to rehab.
10/29/2013 11:16pmTeam USA will now wear the Made in the USA label. Every article of clothing made by Ralph Lauren for the U.S. Winter Olympic athletes in Sochi, including their opening and closing ceremony uniforms and their Olympic Village gear, has been made by domestic craftsman and manufacturers.
10/29/2013 11:26pmTo many, the real soundtrack of New York City plays out well below the street cacophony of rumbling traffic and honking horns, in the subways, where screeching trains combine with the drumming, strumming and singing of hundreds of performers.
10/29/2013 11:35pmSome questions remain unanswered for what may seem lifetimes. In "The Sandman Overture" writer Neil Gaiman hopes to answer at least one that has puzzled fans for more than two decades: How could Sandman have been captured so easily to begin with?