There’s a double standard in parenting that has many dads speaking out, most recently actor Ashton Kutcher.
Chuck Lorre, the man behind those “snappy lines” is also the creative genius behind other CBS hits like “Mike and Molly,” “Mom” and TV’s number one comedy, “The Big Bang Theory.”
Word on the street is that Charlie Sheen may be making a comeback appearance on the series finale of CBS’ “Two and a Half Men.”
Kutcher appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and might have revealed a major spoiler.
Among the must-see technology conventions to visit are the Cloud Expo in New York, E3 2014 in Los Angeles, MacWorld/iWorld and Dreamforce in San Francisco and South by Southwest in Austin.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon has finalized the couple’s split, roughly a year after Kutcher sought to end the couple’s marriage.
CEO and co-founder Rujul Zaparde spent his 19th birthday overseeing the opening of FlightCar’s LAX location.
Legislation approved by the state Senate on Thursday would force pranksters who make hoax 911 calls, like the ones used to target celebrities, pay for the cost of police responding to the fake emergencies.
CBS has renewed the popular comedy “Two and a Half Men” with series stars Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher both returning.
The Los Angeles Police Department said Thursday that they will no longer offer immediate information to the media on bogus 911 calls that target celebrity homes.
Authorities were grappling Monday with how to respond to a website that posted what appears to be private financial information about top government officials and stars.
A 12-year-old boy accused of making prank calls that resulted in police being sent to actor Ashton Kutcher’s home last October may be placed in foster care or a county camp.
A 12-year-old boy charged will be arraigned Friday, charged with making a prank emergency call that sent police to Ashton Kutcher’s home.
A 12-year-old boy has been charged Thursday with making false bomb threats and other counts in connection with the “swatting” calls to Ashton Kutcher’s home and a bank in October.
Celebrities have long contended with the occasional downsides of stardom — tabloid scandals, stalkers, box office bombs, the paparazzi. Now, add “swatting” to the list — a prank that sends police charging to the gates of stars’ homes on false reports of gunmen, hostages or other crimes in progress.