16th-century artillery manual shows illustration of 'rocket cat' weaponry
Gettysburg wax museum auctioning off dozens of historical figures after extensive renovation
Newest Utah polygamous family featured on reality TV says going public has been liberating
'Silence of the Lambs' director Jonathan Demme is selling extensive art collection in Pa.
Veteran actress Sheila MacRae, best known for her role on 'The Honeymooners,' dies at 92
Saudi network says signal deliberately jammed in Egypt during satirist Bassem Youssef's show
Oscar-winning 'Gravity' director Alfonso Cuaron's next act is supernatural TV tale 'Believe'
Connecticut could become 1st state to lower movie volume with bill drawing industry opposition
Revamped Newsweek gets attention _ and plenty of questions _ with head-turning bitcoin story
Ted Bergmann, who produced the early Grammy and National Football League telecasts, dead at 93
Former television academy president Hank Rieger dies at 95
Gilda's LaughFest organizers: 1,675 in Grand Rapids wore sunglasses for new Guinness record
Half a century later, landmark Supreme Court case on free speech still relevant in digital age
Revolutionary Belgian opera director Gerard Mortier dies at 70
Julian Assange talks NSA, hints at coming leaks in remote video appearance at tech festival
Privacy, surveillance gain top billing at Austin's South By Southwest Interactive festival
Samsung unveils Milk Music, a free streaming radio service for its Galaxy phones
3 weeks after losing his arm, PBS' Miles O'Brien tells 'NewsHour' audience 'I'll be OK'
Judge declares mistrial in murder case against rap promoter serving life in NYC drug case