J.K. Rowling has given fans a glimpse of the grown-up boy wizard in a new story posted Tuesday on her Pottermore website - the first update since "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" was published in 2007.
The federal government can't be blamed for any fallout from a 2011 FBI report that put a gang tag on fans of the music group Insane Clown Posse, a judge said.
A fresh Pink Floyd album is on the way — 20 years after the band last released new material.
Madonna has spent a little time living in the judicial world.
Police have cited rapper Flavor Flav over his annual Fourth of July fireworks show outside his Las Vegas home.
Supermodel Kate Moss was so determined to get revenge on her rocker lover Pete Doherty that she set fire to his beloved childhood teddy bear.
Nominees in major categories for the 2014 Emmy Awards announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:
Singer Solange Knowles is adamant there is no ill feeling over her infamous elevator bust-up with her rapper brother-in-law Jay-Z, insisting: "We are all good."
Harrison Ford's injury will cause production on "Star Wars: Episode VII" to be suspended for two weeks
The Fourth of July went off like a dud at the box office, as the Michael Bay sequel "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and the Melisa McCarthy comedy "Tammy" led the weakest summer holiday weekend in at least a decade.
Paul McCartney returned to a concert stage Saturday after being sidelined for two months because of a virus, spinning out songs from the Beatles, Wings and a solo career that has spanned more than 50 years of rock 'n' roll.
The latest "Transformers" movie, which features Chinese locations, actors and products, has so far earned almost as much in China as in the United States, driven by a record number of screenings for a foreign movie.
Mel Gibson picked up a lifetime achievement award at the opening of the 2014 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic on Friday, amid protests from the country's Jewish leaders.
Broadway and television casting director Barry Moss, who helped cast nearly 90 Broadway and touring productions, including the 1980 revival of "West Side Story," ''Nine," ''Torch Song Trilogy" and "The Who's Tommy," has died. He was 74.