Rehab’s a snap if you’re Harvey Weinstein.
Two runaway girls from Ulster County were rescued Saturday after being held prisoner in an East New York house of horrors — where their captors intended to forcibly pimp them out as prostitutes.
North Korea’s nuclear tests are not only raising fears around the world, they are causing the peak under which the bombs are being detonated to suffer “tired mountain syndrome.”
Melanie Griffith revealed at a panel talk on Wednesday that she’s epileptic — and she thinks divorcing Antonio Banderas helped her to stop having seizures.
Dashcam footage of a “ghost car” that appears out of thin air before causing an accident at a busy intersection in Singapore has social media users spooked.
The suit claims marketing the products as "diet" is misleading
A Staten Island house was defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti — the second hateful attack on the property this month.
Anna Faris has a new man.
Apple shares fells 2.8 percent in early Thursday trading after reports out of Taiwan that the tech giant has slashed orders for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus by nearly 50 percent for the rest of the year.
Lindsay Lohan is speaking out in the wake of the dozens of accusations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein and the now-viral #MeToo social media campaign.
Scarlett Johansson had a friendly dinner with Food Network star Bobby Flay over the weekend.
The most profitable actor in Hollywood isn’t Brad Pitt, Robert Downey Jr. or Dwayne Johnson — it’s Emilio Estevez. And there’s research to prove it.
Despite promoting a “sober lifestyle” in 2012, Demi Lovato was still using drugs, she reveals in her new documentary.
Billy Joel will become a father for the third time next month.
Forget Paleo … Blake Lively has a surefire way to keep the weight off — put a picture of Gisele in front of the ice cream in the freezer.
Lana Del Rey’s 2012 track “Cola” about older men is about Harvey Weinstein, sources tell us.
Martha Stewart is joining the national conversation on sexual harassment.
Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney added her voice to the #MeToo movement — saying she was among the more than 125 women whom a former USA gymnastics doctor was accused of sexually assaulting.
James Marsters is reflecting on his iconic, bleached-blond super villain character Spike 20 years after “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” premiered.
Blac Chyna is coming for the Kardashians — all of them.