LOS ANGELES — The success of Hatfields & McCoys and The Bible inspired the History channel to go Texas-sized big with its new miniseries.
NEW YORK — “They keep telling people it’s the 10th anniversary, but it’s the fourth season as far as I’m concerned,” says Howard Stern, who joined America’s Got Talent as a judge in 2012.
NEW YORK — George Stephanopoulos apologized to viewers Friday for donating $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation and failing to disclose it earlier, as ABC News now finds its chief anchor in a credibility crisis on the eve of a presidential campaign.
The Denton Poets Assembly and the Denton-based Visual Arts Society of Texas announced the favorite pairings of the two groups’ annual exhibition, “Merging Visions.”
PIERRE, S.D. — Pete Larson has discovered thousands of fossils around the world, co-authored three books and led the team that unearthed the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever found. But there’s one black mark on his record: a federal conviction that landed him in prison almost 20 years ago.
Could Aunt Betty’s laminate countertops be cool again?
Even its opening lines are provocative: “Whom to marry, and when it will happen — these two questions define every woman’s existence, regardless of where she was raised or what religion she does or doesn’t practice ... Men have their own problems; this isn’t one of them.”
NEW YORK — Today they reign as elder statesman of cerebral silliness, these alumni of the Monty Python comedy troupe and, some would argue, the funniest men who ever lived.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A group of American Indian actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie this week over complaints about stereotypes, offensive names and scenes they say disrespected Native American religious practices.
NEW YORK (AP) — Things are finally looking up for Barbie.
NEW YORK — Scandal star Joshua Malina has a brand-new video gig. So do Today weathercaster Al Roker, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt and CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter.
The Dallas Museum of Art on Tuesday unveiled its latest old master painting. Acquired for $1.445 million at a Christie’s auction on Jan. 28, The Harp Lesson (La lecon de harpe), by Jean Antoine Theodore Giroust (1753-1817), addresses issues of fashion and women’s education that still resonate in today’s Dallas.
A young George Washington Valenzuela was walking to a barbershop in small, dusty Marfa when a woman approached him and asked if he would like to be in a movie. He said yes.