Teen romance “The Fault In Our Stars” is among this week’s new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Six acts will compete for the top spot tonight in the first of a two-part season finale of “America’s Got Talent”.
The new Miss America followed in the footsteps of her predecessors and posed for pictures in the Atlantic City surf.
Microsoft expects the acquisition to be break-even in fiscal 2015.
Charles was stopped on a run up the middle early in the first quarter and then hobbled to the bench.
Across Kansas small communities are reviving old theaters to give residents a place to socialize while taking in the latest flick.
Tracy Brown won an alligator hunting permit in a statewide lottery.
He said the blade hit him just below where a person would be wearing a wrist watch.
The show will feature iconic Atlantic City visuals including its beach, Boardwalk, and the Steel Pier, Black Fish Pier.
Pop-Tarts remain the sweet shield that protects America’s taste for sugary nostalgia.
Breweries seeking to grow are placing a greater value on quality assurance as the industry gains market share.
We’re oddballs. Most other countries don’t mind letting unwashed eggs sit next to bread or onions.
The company and other digital wallet providers must convince shoppers that the transactions are safe.
The nation pauses Thursday to mark the thirteenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attack.
Shia LaBeouf admitted Wednesday to acting up at a Broadway show.
Musical guest will be Ariana Grande.
Apple’s larger iPhones won’t just have bigger screens.
This week’s digital and DVD releases including “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Star Trek: The Compendium”.