Charlie Sheen has ended his engagement to former porn star Brett Rossi just weeks before they planned to walk down the aisle.
'Late Show' cue card writer Tony Mendez, who also occasionally appeared in front of the camera, has been fired from the show after clashing with a writer then insulting David Letterman.
Bono has revealed that he doesn't wear his trademark glasses as a fashion accessory.
Actress Misty Upham's father, Charles Upham, doesn't think his daughter committed suicide and believes she slipped off an embankment while fleeing police.
Jimmy Fallon gets registered as an Uber driver and picks up his first passenger and heads shopping.
The latest installment of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Unnecessary Censorship' features Hugh Jackman, Brian Williams, the Chicago Bears, Tom Bergeron, Bill O'Reilly and Barney.
Bradley Cooper and Jimmy Fallon play a nail-biting game of Egg Russian Roulette as they take turns smashing eggs on their heads without knowing which are cooked and which are raw.
This week's evicted 'Survivor' contestant, Drew Christy, admits he "lost his mind" when he decided to throw the immunity challenge and believed he was the "kingpin" of the tribe.
NBC has debuted the first poster for 'Peter Pan Live'.
Archie Panjabi, who has played Kalinda Sharma on 'The Good Wife' since the first season of the series, will be leaving the show.
Rachel Maddow and Seth Meyers laugh about a Senator walking right into a closet and Wednesday night's Fangate in Florida.
Jimmy Fallon and Shailene Woodley place rubber bands around a pumpkin until it explodes in 'Pumpkin Time Bomb'.
Sting covers classic ringtones and records a catchy personal outgoing message for an audience member to the tune of "Message In A Bottle."
Taylor Swift is surrounded by hundreds of kittens in a new ad for 'Diet Coke' that plays to a song from her new album '1989'.
Robin Williams' Mitch reconnects with his estranged son, played by Joel McHale, during a trip to pick up forgotten holiday gift in 'A Merry Friggin Christmas'.
New York's PIX11 reports that the city's 911 operators are now forbidden from saying Ebola over their dispatch radio.
Stephen Collins, who is being investigated for child molestation after his estranged wife leaked audio implicating the actor, plays a pedophile priest in his latest movie.
Jay Leno says he didn't invite Joan Rivers on 'The Tonight Show' out of respect for Johnny Carson but things quickly got awkward.
DC Comics has announced approximate release dates for its slate of movies to follow 'Batman v Superman' in 2016.
'Sex and the City's Mr. Big, Chris Noth, doesn't think Carrie Bradshaw was such a victim after all.
Bill Murray tells David Letterman about three recent encounters including a bachelor party where he gave a toast, a shared birthday party and a memorable cab ride.
Chris O'Dowd tells Jimmy Kimmel that he thought it would be funny to mess with his pregnant wife's driver's licence form -- except he forgot to tell her and she never noticed it.
Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt -- or, more accurately, their dance doubles -- have a "breakdance conversation" from the basement of 30 Rock in New York City.
Jennifer Garner tells Conan O'Brien how she hired hundreds of goats to solve her home's ivy problem.
U2 frontman Bono is apologizing after their latest album, which was released for free on iTunes, automatically added to the libraries of iTunes users around the world.
In the last couple of weeks, Robert Downey Jr. seemed to give conflicting answers about whether he would return as Iron Man following 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
Simon Cowell is jokingly thanking George Clooney for finally tying the knot.
Martha Stewart continues her feud with Gwyneth Paltrow in the November 2014 issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine by taking a cheeky dig at the actress.
Adam Carolla tells a funny story about how his lack of attention to detail led him to install a closet in the wrong house.
Dax Shepard tells Conan O'Brien he had to enlist the help of wife Kristen Bell to prepare for his nude scene in 'This Is Where I Leave You'.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo presents the "Top Ten Ways New York State Is Better Than Ever" on the 'Late Show'.
Jimmy Fallon and Emma Stone take turns trying to stump each other about what's hidden in their mystery boxes.
Larry David is responding after Jennifer Lawrence revealed she has a serious crush on the comedian.
Fox has ordered six additional episodes of 'Gotham', bringing the freshman drama's order to a full 22-episodes.
Key & Peele teach David Letterman about right way to give a bro hug and talk about how the idea for their skit with Obama's meet and greet came about.
John Oliver's 'Last Week Tonight' wonders why we still celebrate Columbus Day despite the fact that Christopher Columbus did things much more terrible than just "sailing the ocean blue."
Russell Brand quickly rattles off the reasons why he wrote his new book and why he wants to start a revolution.
Jimmy Kimmel looks at unusually shaped weather and traffic patterns.
Jimmy Fallon and Zach Galifianakis try to make plans to hang out but, with a neverending list of excuses, can't seem to make it work.
In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Shia LaBeouf opened up about his "existential crisis" and said jail time finally snapped him out of it.
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