With a GRAMMY nod and new ‘R.E.D.’ album in stores, Ne-Yo is already working on his follow-up. But there is still the matter of his missing GRAMMY.
When GRAMMY nominations have your band name in everyone’s mouth, all sorts of old “friends” come out of the woodwork.
“I was worried, when we first decided this was going to be the band name about all the negative puns that would happen,” singer Nate Ruess says. “Like, ‘This is no fun at all!’
Former Calif. governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “60 Minutes” interview was not well-received by some Los Angelenos, who think the actor will profit from his tawdry revelations.
Sheriff’s homicide investigators are planning to interview the husband of a missing Marina del Rey woman.
Students gathered on the USC campus, lighting candles and donning hoodies, in honor of Trayvon Martin, while across town the brother of the man who shot and killed the Florida teen spoke publicly for the first time Thursday night
An attorney for “Octomom” Nadya Suleman says she agreed to a paid interview and semi-nude photographs for a British magazine because she’s struggling financially.
Oprah Winfrey has landed an interview with Whitney Houston’s daughter and other family members for a TV special that will air on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Bruce Beresford-Redman is breaking his silence in a “48 Hours” interview from inside his Mexican jail cell.
Need a job? Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour is hiring.
The jury in the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson’s personal physician have heard the conclusion of the doctor’s police interview that occurred two days after the singer’s death.
If you have a suit that’s no longer your size or your style, one Southland group wants your donation to help someone less fortunate land their next job.
Charlie Sheen was fired from CBS’ top-rated sitcom “Two and a Half Men” earlier this week, but he tells K-Earth 101 that he’s not worried about future projects.
Lisa Johnson, career blogger and news editor at AOL, talks about what you need to do to land that job.
“Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen has skirted disaster as a wayward, middle-aged party boy who regularly tested the patience of the TV network and studio trying to protect their valuable sitcom property.