Andrea Catsimatidis, the supermarket heiress recently photographed with Bill Clinton, has filed for divorce from husband Christopher Nixon Cox.
Ronald Lee Moore was the killer named in the last episode of the Serial podcast as the suspect in Hae Min Lee’s death. His DNA may prove Adnan Syed’s innocence.
In a win for oppression and cyberterrorists everywhere, Sony Pictures has pulled its comedy about an assassination attempt on North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The rape jokes worked out so well for Tosh that Dane thought he’d tap into the whole recent-mass-murder thing.
Robert De Niro and 50 Cent continue the onscreen romance they started with 2008’s Righteous Kill in the cop drama Freelancers.
Referee Steve Mazzagatti, an official of many marquee UFC fights, discusses the harsh criticisms brought against MMA referees lately.
A suspect allegedly planning his version of the Dark Knight Rises Massacre has been apprehended in Maryland.
Conan’s not the most game savvy guy around and knows nothing about Minecraft, but he does know that the graphics kinda suck.
The parents of the man charged for killing unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin have launched a website and are asking for donations.
There’s so much crap in some escalators that they had to call haz-mat.
UFC welterweights B.J. Penn and Rory MacDonald have agreed to VADA drug testing prior to UFC 152.
An 18-year-old who hacked emails of Tony Blair has been sentenced to six months in jail.
Katie Cassidy is young, hot, and talented. Seriously, is there anything more you need to know? We didn’t think so…
Alex Morgan — the ball-kicking, body-paint-rocking soccer hottie superstar — is our No. 1 reason to watch the Olympics.
Aren’t we all a little tired of color guard displays and marching bands? Let’s get some zombie frog ballet and laptop buttocks catching in the opening ceremonies for once.
Pop music is terrible. Science has proved this. Take that, Katie Perry!
No other paste eater in pop culture has had quite the impact with his delightful musings as Ralph Wiggum. “Super Nintendo Chalmers…”
The preliminary card special for UFC 149, featuring Ryan Jimmo’s record-tying knockout, drew one million viewers on FX.