Taylor Swift and Scholastic gave 25 schools 1,000 books to New York City schools.
The American rock band Eagles of Death Metal recently spoke for the first time about the horror of the attack in Paris at Le Bataclan nightclub where they were performing.
The beautifully written, directed, and acted ‘Carol’ (****) evokes all of the tenderness and wrenching emotions that any great love story always has. It is a tale of forbidden love and just may be one of the great love stories of all time.
While ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2′ (***) is a bit uneven and the plot drags along sometimes, fans should be well pleased with this explosive and action packed finale to the film quartet.
Actor Charlie Sheen revealed that he has had millions extorted from him to keep his HIV positive diagnosis a secret. Meanwhile, his long time girlfriend says she was not told by Sheen that he had HIV, and was assured by him that he was disease free.
Television game show host Steve Harvey is being sued by an executive jet company while Oscar winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow decides to start her own book publishing company.
At her concert performance on Saturday night in Stockholm, Madonna was overcome with emotion and shared it with the audience while Modern Family star Ariel Winter goes off on the body shamers.
A “ballooning event,” likely caused by unseasonably warm temperatures, has Memphis-area residents concerned.
Rings, similar to those around Saturn, are expected as Phobos breaks apart from Mars’ gravitational pull.
It is an unprecedented event that scientists say is the largest ever beaching of whales in all of recorded scientific history. And the scientists say they have no idea what happened.
Light emitted by burning hydrogen makes identifying newly-forming planets easier.
Experts say there is a “99.9 percent chance” that 2015 will be the warmest year on record.
Researchers estimate that there is over six quadrillion gallons of groundwater on Earth.
Meteors are expected to be visible after 11:00 PM, at a rate of 15 meteors per hour.