Former Fox News Channel anchor Gretchen Carlson has sued CEO Roger Ailes, claiming she was fired after she refused his sexual advances.
Sarah Silverman says she's lucky to be alive after a frightening medical scare.
Just days after Donald Trump deleted a tweet with the Star of David calling Hillary Clinton "corrupt," the presumptive Republican nominee is wondering why there isn't the same controversy about a 'Frozen' activity book.
After Larry King raves about his a line of luxurious bed linens, Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter hop in bed with the talk show host to test how opulent they really are.
Porn historian Brian Watson shows a clip from 'At the Golden Inn', widely regarded as the first ever pornographic film.
The music video to 'Alma e Coracao', performed by samba star Thiaquinho and featuring rapper Projota has been released.
Shonda Rhimes is standing by 'Grey's Anatomy' star Jesse Williams despite calls for him to be fired over a speech he delivered at the BET Awards last week.
It has emerged that Cathriona White, Jim Carrey's girlfriend, apologized to the actor in her suicide note.
Kaley Cuoco is apologizing for a Fourth of July photo that sparked controversy.
PBS is admitting it used old footage in portions of this year's "live" fireworks during 'A Capitol Fourth'.
'Serial' host Sarah Koenig has shared her first thoughts on the subject of her addiction, Adnan Syed, being granted a new trial.
Danny Glover stars as Eubanks in Diego Luna's 'Mr. Pig', a pig farmer whose business is falling apart.
Ricky Gervais reprises his 'The Office' character David Brent for special movie 'Life On The Road' set for later this summer.
'Finding Dory' stayed atop the box office for the third weekend in a row.
'Top Gear' host Chris Evans announced Monday that he's quitting the BBC's flagship car show after just one season.
Matthew McConaughey is returning to his alma mater, the University of Texas at Austin, to teach a film class this fall.
Amber Rose is voicing her support for Iggy Azalea after the singer split from fiance Nick Young.
The latest edition of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Unnecessary Censorship' features Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Alicia Keys, The Bachelorette, PTI and President Obama giving Justin Trudeau a hand.
Jimmy Kimmel gets Hollywood Blvd pedestrians to record so called "described video" for porn.
Christoph Waltz tells Jimmy Kimmel about his disgust for barbecue sauce and other foods, including hot dogs.
Zachary Quinto, who plays Glenn Greenwald in the upcoming movie from Oliver Stone around the NSA contractor turned whistleblower, talks about Edward Snowden's life in exile and his "snowbot."
Adnan Syed, the man at the center of 'Serial', is getting a new trial.
Disney has announced it's finally moving forward with a 'Wreck-It Ralph' sequel.
Scarlett Johansson has taken the crown as Hollywood's highest-grossing actress ever.
Nancy Grace, the often controversial former prosecutor-turned-commentator, is leaving the cable network after 12 years.
Iggy Azalea is setting the record straight about her split from fiance Nick Young.
Adam DeVine jokes that he's a "treasure troll" next to his 'Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates' co-star Zac Efron.
Christoph Waltz and Jimmy Kimmel imagine with an audition for a Siegfried and Roy biopic would be like.
The star of HBO's 'Outcast' tells Stephen Colbert that he's haunted by an irrational fear of empty seats.
The first trailer for 'Sully', the Clint Eastwood directed film starring Tom Hanks as Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, has been released.
Miss Teen USA pageant is dropping the swimsuit portion of its competition in favor of Athletic Wear.
Bryan Cranston would say yes without hesitation if asked to reprise 'Breaking Bad's Walter White on spin-off series 'Better Call Saul'.
'The Daily Show' is losing another member of its team. Jessica Williams has revealed she is leaving the Comedy Central series.
Matt Damon decides to take a classic spy scenario to real-life shoppers in Los Angeles.
Samuel L Jackson talks about playing a character based on a real person named George Washington Williams.
Margot Robbie tells Jimmy Kimmel about spitting on actor Christoph Waltz while filming 'Legend of Tarzan' at least ten times.
With 165 new pages of Hillary Clinton's emails released this week, Jimmy Kimmel's staff decided to ask people about made-up details from the emails.
Stephen Colbert laughs about England giving their hard-working Queen a raise.
Wendy Williams gave her opinion on Taylor Swift's relationship with Tom Hiddleston on Monday's episode of her talk show.
Kit Harington has revealed that he was involved in a fight at McDonald's the night before his 'Game of Thrones' audition.
History Channel has abruptly ended 'Top Gear USA' after six seasons.
Bo Burnham has some words of wisdom for those looking to make it in Hollywood: give up before you begin.
Stephen Colbert talks about Iceland's win over England in the Euro Cup tournament that ended much like the Brexit.
Calling his creation the 'Troompa Loompas', Jimmy Kimmel gets them to sing about Donald Trump's insults.
Pro Tony Hawk has still got it. The legendary skateboarder landed the 900 - a 2-and-a-half- turn trick few can do - that made him famous at the age of 48.
Kanye West discusses the concept behind his provocative new video, which features a string of celebrities naked including Taylor Swift and wife Kim Kardashian.
Founder of American reality television series Dance Moms, Abby Lee Miller, has plead guild to bankruptcy fraud and money laundering.
Chelsea Handler has revealed she didn't have one but two abortions when she was just 16.
Diane Kruger opens up about her early success in 'Town & Country' magazine.
Jenny Slate, who has confirmed she's dating Chris Evans, brings her brand of weirdness to the 'Late Show' with a story about her dog Reggie.
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