03/20/2014 4:50amKhushwant Singh, a journalist, editor and prolific writer whose work ranged from serious histories to joke collections to one of post-Independence India's great novels, died Thursday at his New Delhi apartment, his daughter said. He was 99.
03/20/2014 5:22amRoy Orbison's three sons are all musicians but never really got to play music with their dad — until now.
03/20/2014 6:40amActors like to switch it up, but Santino Fontana has taken that to ridiculous lengths.
03/20/2014 7:11amA medieval treasure trove at the center of a long-running ownership dispute should stay with a Berlin museum and not be given to the heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers, a panel set up by the German government said Thursday.
03/20/2014 8:41amAn upcoming special episode of Investigation Discovery's "Dark Minds" TV series says it has new information about confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, including the identity of a potential victim.
03/20/2014 10:43amPaul Walker's mother has petitioned to become the legal guardian of the late actor's teenage daughter in accordance with his final wishes.
03/20/2014 11:01amRome's iconic Spanish Steps are getting a makeover.
03/20/2014 11:11amMick Jagger has started making funeral arrangements for fashion designer and celebrity stylist L'Wren (luh-REN') Scott, his longtime girlfriend.
03/20/2014 11:20amOne writes novels and likes to tweet. The other is Twitter's CEO. Both men, Salman Rushdie and Dick Costolo, will be honored May 5 in New York at the annual gala of the PEN American Center.
03/20/2014 12:00pmWhen Taylor Schilling arrives on the set of "Orange Is the New Black," her make-under begins.
03/20/2014 12:51pmNorm Lewis has been tapped to be Broadway's next Phantom in the megahit "The Phantom of the Opera," a move that makes him the first African-American to slip behind the famous mask on the Great White Way.
03/20/2014 1:01pmRudolph Giuliani donning drag. Ed Koch stepping out of the mouth of a man-eating plant. Michael Bloomberg wearing a harness and flying 20 feet in the air while dressed as Spiderman.
03/20/2014 1:12pmSuperman has finally soared into the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
03/20/2014 1:21pmThe great-niece of the late singer Johnny Cash has been found stabbed to death and stuffed in a box in a house, authorities in Tennessee said Thursday.
03/20/2014 2:11pmRome's iconic Spanish Steps are getting a makeover.
03/20/2014 2:11pmOne writes novels and likes to tweet. The other is Twitter's CEO. Both men, Salman Rushdie and Dick Costolo, will be honored May 5 in New York at the annual gala of the PEN American Center.
03/20/2014 3:01pmMost movies made from young-adult best-sellers feature dashing leading men and "Divergent" is no exception. Taylor and Liam step aside. Soulful Brit Theo James could be the next YA obsession.
03/20/2014 3:11pmSongstress Fergie says the number of women who are abused by their partners "is totally unacceptable" and should be protected by existing laws that are often not enforced.
03/20/2014 4:11pmUnion members have occupied Paris' Opera Garnier in a protest over proposed changes to labor rules for theater workers.
03/20/2014 4:21pmRoger Federer says making a fashion statement is difficult, despite being friends with Anna Wintour.
03/20/2014 4:51pmA police officer who distributed an evidence photo depicting Rihanna's injuries after she was attacked by Chris Brown was properly fired for her actions, a judge ruled Thursday.
03/20/2014 5:11pmFiction writers Denis Johnson, Ha Jin and Tobias Wolff are among this year's inductees into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
03/20/2014 5:21pmA publishing fixture will be missing from this fall's election season: A new Bob Woodward book.
03/20/2014 5:51pmSad you missed Fantasia Barrino on Broadway in "After Midnight"? Well, good news: She can't stay away.
03/20/2014 6:40pmThe Genie in the big new Broadway musical "Aladdin" opens the show with a bang, sets up the story and then — poof — he's gone. "Try not to miss me too much!" he says, tauntingly, as he leaves.
03/20/2014 7:22pmA man accused of firing a gun near the head of a performer in the Thunder From Down Under male revue during a backstage robbery attempt was identified by authorities Thursday as a Las Vegas resident with a history of scrapes with the law.
03/20/2014 7:30pmSeattle police on Thursday released previously unseen images showing drug paraphernalia from the scene of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's suicide 20 years ago.
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