Amy Winehouse’s London home sold at auction for $3.2 million.
Music legend Dave Brubeck, the man who helped define modern jazz, died of heart disease on Wednesday, one day short of his 92nd birthday.
Amazon is testing out a food delivery program in Seattle, pairing up with some of the city’s best restaurants to deliver everything from lobster bisque to fancy donuts to ready-to-cook chicken sandwiches — right to your doorstep.
The first child of Prince William and wife Kate Middleton will be born a king or a queen in waiting, under changes to succession rules designed to give royal daughters the same rights as sons.
CBS’s annual holiday specials “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and the “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” were both down from their showings last year, but CBS still won the night.
TV Land has cast “Seinfeld” star Michael Richards in a pilot for a new sitcom. The series, “Giant Baby,” also would feature former “Cheers” stars Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman.
Israel has approved same-sex divorce… even though same-sex marriage isn’t legal yet in the country.
Hugh Hefner and his latest fiancee Crystal Harris appear to be serious about this marriage thing and soon: they picked up a marriage license on Tuesday,
Arnold Schwarzenegger is running around these days with a bad haircut and fake neck tattoos, because it’s just easier to stay in the character for the movie he’s currently filming, called “Ten.”
The City of Edmonds, Washington, is promoting holiday shopping and keeping it local by saying you should enjoy it soon… “just in case the Mayans are right!”
Anderson Cooper says that while he was in Portugal last week working on a story for “60 Minutes,” he experienced temporary “sun blindness” and couldn’t see for a couple of hours.
Deeply religious Backstreet Boys singer Brian Littrell says he doesn’t pray for everyone like he’s supposed to and he definitely doesn’t pray for Lindsay Lohan.
Beyonce will release a new song, just prior to performing at halftime at the Super Bowl.