Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas of ABC's 'Once Upon a Time' are expecting their first child
Ousted Bolshoi chief tells acid attack trial of simmering tensions at famed ballet company
Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf to retire from broadcasting after 43 straight years around NFL
San Francisco bans tour buses around iconic Victorian homes featured in 'Full House'
After decades in print, comic book enmeshed in Civil Rights movement gets digital makeover
A tragic story and a road comedy? Intelligent, sensitive performances make "Philomena' work
After fire, crew demolishes rapper Eminem's 'structurally unsafe' childhood home in Detroit
President Barack Obama honored 16 prominent Americans Wednesday with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest award the U.S. gives a civilian. The ceremony at the White House opened a day of tributes to former President John F. Kennedy, who established the modern version of the medal but was assassinated 50 years ago this week as the first award ceremony neared.
Lead singer of discordant cult favorite The Shaggs turns noise back up with solo album
Fergie and husband Josh Duhamel create 'corny' songs for their son Axl
NBC Olympics host Costas expects interviews, not commentary, on Russia gay law
Review: Ann Patchett's collection of essays falls short
95-year-old Evangelist Billy Graham admitted to NC hospital for 2nd time in a month
Chanel to bring its 'Metiers d'Art' show featuring work of artisans to Dallas next month
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' cast members plead not guilty to new fraud charges
The Rolling Stones announce 2014 Australia date; ex-member Mick Taylor to be special guest
Judge grants mistrial in NY fan's lawsuit against Rick Springfield to give lawyer more time
George W. Bush shows off paintings, jokes about his post-White House years on 'Tonight Show'
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Maroon 5 singer and 'The Voice' judge Adam Levine named 'sexiest man alive' by People magazine