New romantic comedy "A to Z" premieres tomorrow night on NBC.
An Olympian arrested, a first look at Clooney's big day, and Netflix lands a major deal.
A patient with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States is now in isolation at a hospital in Dallas and health officials are trying to keep the public calm as they track down anyone else who may have been exposed.
Amanda Bynes arrested, Michael Strahan strips, and Lorde releases Hunger Games single.
This week's digital and DVD releases including "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and a 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition of "Gone With The Wind".
Expert tips to spice up fall football tailgate menus without breaking the bank, in Consumer Watch.
An A-lister ties the knot, and a political power couple are now grandparents!
The gym and the bar may have more in common than we think. A new study suggests people could be doing more of their drinking and their workouts on the same days.
Some chains are celebrating by giving away free or discounted cups of joe.
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Believe it or not, the holidays are coming. It's a time when many Americans travel to see family and friends, but as we approach the cold and flu season, just how clean is that plane you're flying in? Well, you might want to add some anti-bacterial wipes to your packing list.
Forbes names Dr. Dre highest paid hip-hop artist, thanks to his headphone deal with Apple
Cops take center stage on NBC. Sneak peek of "Mysteries of Laura", Law & Order: SVU" and "Chicago PD".
A young actress is facing backlash for a speech at the UN and a country star will be walking down the aisle soon.
Most parents worry about teenagers driving but did you know that they are at risk while just walking across the street?
If you suspect child abuse, you can report it to the Department of Family Protective Services.
A Hollywood heavyweight lands a major role, and a blockbuster film lines up a sequel.
Former boxing champ aids wounded motorcyclist after crash.
A Florida grade school is seeing positive improvements in test scores and attitudes all from teaching the students how to tie a necktie.
You can dine with Mark Twain and the Panhandle Professional Writers.
Making more but saving less. A new study shows Gen Xers are not accumulating as much wealth as their parents. So what are they doing with all of their money?
A reality TV couple is calling it quits, and an a-lister picks up another project.
"The Voice" kicks off its new season Monday night on NBC.
It was the top new show in TV last season and now "The Blacklist" embarks on season 2.
Brooks says the new studio album, his ninth, will come out November 11th, and feature his new single "People Loving People."
Summer is officially wrapping up in a matter of hours. The autumnal equinox officially begins at 10:29 p.m. eastern Monday night and with the new season, it's also time to think about flu season and we have what you need to know to help you get prepared.
"The Maze Runner" hits theaters this weekend.
The Opportunity School is making a blast for the past for this year's "LIPS" event.
The turnout was huge, electoral officials say almost 85% of the registered voters in Scotland turned out to make their voices heard.
While more Americans are having breakfast, they're going with options like yogurt and breakfast sandwiches.
Bill Murray can dance, Lupita Nyong'o teams up with Elmo, and E! Network honors Joan Rivers.
It is an historic day in Scotland, as voters are hitting the polls right now to decide whether to secede from the United Kingdom and become an independent country.
The CDC says some of the biggest increases were found among women, Mexican Americans, and African Americans.
NBC's new police drama/family comedy hybrid "The Mysteries of Laura" debuts tonight.
Young cancer patients turn their radiation masks into symbols of healing.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes welcome a baby girl, Rihanna is upset with CBS, and some good news for Whitney Houston fans.
President Obama is heading to US Central Command in Tampa today for a briefing on the US efforts to fight ISIS in the Middle East.
Early this morning, the Minnesota Vikings announced they have banned NFL star Adrian Peterson from all team activities until the legal proceedings against him have been resolved. These allegations are re-igniting a long-held debate among parents: Is spanking an appropriate form of punishment for children?
Actress Kerry Washington designs "Olivia Pope" inspired collection for "The Limited", Full length "Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1 trailer is out, and Ellen belts out a tune.
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 in the first of a two-part season finale of "America's Got Talent".
This week is National Child Passenger Safety Week, and one organization is out with a new survey with some alarming numbers about how many parents are not properly using booster seats.
President Obama is shifting his attention to the Ebola crisis in West Africa. Today he hits the road to unveil a new strategy to fight the deadly disease.
A former reality star ties the knot, and Brits are celebrating a royal birthday.
World leaders are meeting to determine how to deal with isis. Their fight against the terror group is gaining momentum just days after the brutal beheading of a british aid worker.
The city you live in could play a major factor in landing that dream gig if you're on the job hunt. A new survey is suggesting parts of the country expect an increase in the labor force.
Now that kids are heading back to school, pets may have trouble coping with new schedules and empty houses.
"Dolphin Tale 2" hopes to make a splash in theaters this weekend.
Upgrading your cell phone? Here are some tips for cashing in your old one.