Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio has called on the Thai government to ban all ivory trade in the country as part of a global campaign to tackle the illegal wildlife crimes.
"President Obama has officially decided I am NOT being deported." So tweets hoity-toity CNN host Piers Morgan, the centerpiece of a public White House petition calling for his deportation, British accent and all.
Federal support for wind power will last for at least one more year under a little-noticed portion of the "fiscal cliff" deal reached earlier this week.
“What we must have is a national debate about guns.” So goes the media cliche of the moment. Everybody on the left is saying it, but nobody there means a word of it. All these wayward worthies really want is an opportunity to put piety on parade (and take your guns).
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has named its newest Miss Golden Globe.
At the time, Sylvia Kristel was worried about starring in the 1974 erotic movie "Emmanuelle," but consoled herself with the thought that few people would see her sexually charged performance.
Either by brilliant design or just dumb luck, it's all starting to come into crystal-clear focus. GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney was caught on a 4-month-old video admitting what almost every tax-contributing working person in America has been privately thinking for years: The nonworking freeloaders of society will protect their economic interests and vote to re-elect President Obama to keep the status-quo gravy train of government subsidies in place.
More than two decades after she last graced the stage in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," Academy Award-nominated actress Diane Lane is returning to the theater in a Chicago production of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth."
Rip Torn, Richard Crenna and James Brolin are among the many actors who portrayed President Ronald Reagan in one Hollywood production or another. Now add Michael Douglas to the list.