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NBC says it has scrapped a Bill Cosby comedy that was under development, the second outlet within a day to put off or abandon a Cosby project as another sexual assault allegation against the comic has emerged.
Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
After months of rumors, it is now confirmed that Kathy Griffin will take over for the late Joan Rivers on the popular E! show "Fashion Police."
In a moving op-ed piece for Ireland's Sunday World magazine, Irish actor Colin Farrell opens up about his openly gay brother, defending same-sex marriage in the country.
Model and TV host Janice Dickinson added her name to the women who have accused comic Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
After Bill Cosby settled a civil lawsuit in 2006 alleging that he'd repeatedly sexually assaulted a woman, his image as America's dad may have been temporarily tarnished, but was far from destroyed.
A hit-making music producer has asked a judge to dismiss allegations that he sexually abused pop singer Kesha from a civil lawsuit, court filings show.
A judge recently denied R&B superstar Frank Ocean, born Christopher Breaux, from changing his name to Frank Ocean because of the number speeding tickets the singer has racked up in Los Angeles.
Jennifer Lawrence says she knew being a movie star would bring with it a certain loss of privacy. What she didn't know, she says, was the deep emotional and even physical toll it would take.
Bill Cosby will not dignify "decade-old, discredited" claims of sexual abuse with a response his attorney said Sunday, the first comment from the famed comedian's lawyer on an increasing uproar over allegations that he assaulted several women in the past.