Celebrities took to Twitter Thursday to react to the death of comedian Joan Rivers.
David Letterman has announced that he will retire from the “Late Show” in 2015.
The family of Philip Seymour Hoffman Sunday expressed their shock and grief over the untimely passing of the award-winning actor.
Former Clippers center Chris Kaman is headed back to Southern California after reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Actress Amanda Bynes was given three years probation Thursday for driving on a suspended license.
Somewhere in the world Lindsay Lohan is thanking Amanda Bynes.
Dwight Howard apologized on Twitter Sunday night after getting ejected from what became the Los Angeles Lakers’ last game of the season.
Twitter released the site’s highlights of the year Tuesday, including the biggest tweets and notable new users.
President Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention Thursday set a record for most tweets per minute about a political event.
Arnold Schwarzenegger may have left the State Capitol with low approval ratings, but the former governor says he’ll be back before the movie cameras soon.
Just as the world has grown accustomed to the term “tweeting”, the popular text-messaging website rolls out some dramatic changes.
Hip-hop star Kanye West is still feeling the pain over his ambush of Taylor Swift last year — and he’s expressing his pain all over Twitter.