Solange Knowles has finally spoken out on her own regarding the notorious May elevator incident that saw her swinging and kicking at brother-in-law Jay Z the night of the formal Met Gala.
Kelsey Grammer forgave the inmate who murdered his sister 39 years ago, but said Tuesday during a parole board meeting that he still did not want the man released from prison.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy says he's hanging up his "Dancing With the Stars" shoes.
So yeah, um, Zoe Saldana's not pregnant? Nah, totally not pregnant.
Maya Rudolph is still making baby news nearly a year after giving birth to her fourth child.
You know that clip of Blake Lively dancing like a maniac in what people thought was her wedding dress? Turns out it wasn't her wedding dress at all. It wasn't even Blake Lively.
A federal law requiring meatpackers and processors to list where livestock was born, raised and slaughtered survived another legal challenge from the meat industry. The District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the labeling law did not violate free speech in compelling the meat industry to disclose to consumers the origins of their products. The so-called country-of-origin labeling law, or COOL, was introduced late last year by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a way to strengthen food safety and boost transparency at a time when meat has become a highly globalized business. Major meatpackers and processors such as Cargill Inc. and Tyson Foods Inc. charged that...