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Teens' Halloween prank sparks controversy
Teens dressed as bushes in a Halloween prank have sparked a divide in Rahway, New Jersey, where the prank left some residents laughing and others scared.
Americans respond to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with 'Hand in Hand' benefit
Celebrities from Justin Timberlake to Oprah Winfrey came together in an effort to raise money for hurricane victims.
Hand in Hand telethon raises more than $44 million for hurricane survivors
A-list celebrities came out in droves on Monday night to take part in the Hand in Hand hurricane relief benefit, which raised more than $44 million for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. During the telethon, Stephen Colbert announced that Apple was donating $5 million and Jimmy Fallon added
How larger-than-life movie stunts can turn deadly in an instant
A 'Deadpool 2' stuntwoman who was killed after losing control of her motorcycle was the latest on-set tragedy to rock Hollywood.
Rumer Willis opens up about being sober for six months
The actress spoke candidly about her battle with addiction on social media and shared an encouraging message to others who may be struggling.
Rumer Willis celebrates 6 months of sobriety
Rumer Willis just reached a very important milestone: She's six months sober. The actress announced the news Sunday in an introspective caption on Instagram . "I will be the first one to say I'm not perfect and I mess up sometimes and every once in a while I get it right but I wanted to share this
Headline: 'Orange is the New Black' red carpet premiere party
Writers and cast of the show speak on the latest seasons' and character changes.
John Goodman discusses bringing Dan back in 'Roseanne' reboot
When the hit sitcom "Roseanne" returns to ABC next year, John Goodman will be front and center, even though his character died of a heart attack on the series finale. So how will the new series address his death? "I don't know," Goodman told ABC News. "I think they're just going to ignore it." He
Grammy-Winning Jazz, Pop and R'n'B Singer Al Jarreau Dead at 76
Grammy-winning jazz, pop and R&B vocalist Al Jarreau, perhaps best-known to non-jazz audiences for singing the theme song to hit '80s TV show "Moonlighting," has died. He was 76. In recent days, he had been hospitalized for exhaustion, according to his Twitter feed, and had announced he was
Saying Goodbye to Alan Thicke
Remembering the actor who played the iconic father role in the sitcom "Growing Pains" and other contributions in the entertainment business.