The television star increasingly known for her longevity has passed days shy of her 100th birthday.
Anthony Bourdain was a renowned chef, writer, television host, and storyteller. He also suffered from demons that ultimately caught up with him.
Robert Guillaume, who starred in situation comedies in the 70s, 80s, and 90s such as “Soap,” “Benson,” and “Sports Night,” has died at the age of 89.
Sean Spicer now says he regrets the lies that defined his time at the White House.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer poked fun at himself on last night’s Emmy broadcast, and the political pundits are all in pearl-clutching mode because of it.
Another great loss for music in what has been a difficult year.
For better or worse, the third Presidential debate will largely be remembered for one thing.
The Emmys will honor Cory Monteith but not Jack Klugman or Larry Hagman. Where in that sentence you said “Who?” will tell us how old you are.
Jean Stapleton, an accomplished stage and screen actress who achieved entertainment immortality playing opposite Carroll O’Connor as Archie Bunker’s long-suffering wife Edith, has died at the age of 90:
Andy Rooney, best known to recent generations as the cranky old man at the end of “60 Minutes,” has died at 92.
Muhammed may be in a bear suit, but he still got an Emmy nomination.