NEW YORK (AP) - Broadcast television networks are determined to make you laugh.
NEW YORK (AP) - The metaphor is an easy one, overused and perhaps even a bit overwrought. We are forging forward into a digital frontier, leaving convention behind, traveling without guides into an uncharted virtual land where progress and profits are forever around the next bend.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg updated his status to "married" on Saturday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama can hold his own when it comes to pop culture: He's up on "The Avengers" superheroes, has a handle on the Kardashians and says he catches up with TV hits during long flights on Air Force One. But the president punted to wife Michelle when he was asked about the erotic fiction book "Fifty Shades of Grey."
LAS VEGAS (AP) - On one of the many days Leo Dunson wanted to die, the Iraq veteran put a gun to his temple and pulled the trigger. The loaded weapon misfired. For the troubled former soldier, it was another inexplicable failure, like his divorce or inability to make friends after returning from the war.
When producer Al Brodax, director George Dunning and a team of 200 animators made Yellow Submarine in 1968, there was no such thing as home video. Your movie was crafted for the big screen, and the big screen only, and only after it had run its course would it go -maybe - to network television for a prime–time showing or two.
This is the story of two movies - one is going into theaters all over the country in June, the other straight to DVD rental purgatory this month.
ATLANTA (AP) - In the past month at a metro Atlanta public library you could have: listened to a barbershop quartet, taken a yoga or line dancing class, had a soda and a snack, received help preparing your taxes or homework, learned needlepoint, attended an open-mic poetry slam, gotten a mammogram screening, run your small business from a corner desk, learned how to give your newborn a massage or mastered the art of tai chi.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Gregg Allman thinks about his late brother Duane every day. And once in a while, he can feel his presence.
NEW YORK - They're young and old, doctors and churchgoers, gay and straight - and those are just the men who have devoured oh-so-naughty "Fifty Shades of Grey," an erotic trilogy that has earned millions of women fans in a matter of weeks.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Describing the new Zac Brown Band album is anything but simple.
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN
LOS ANGELES (AP) - As superhero summers go, this one is truly super.