- Where Caitlyn Jenner found her Vanity Fair style inspiration
NEW YORK (AP) — The stealth Caitlyn Jenner cover shoot for Vanity Fair sprang from her chats with the magazine's fashion and style director, Jessica Diehl, about inspirations ranging from Lauren Bacall to "The Thomas Crown Affair."
- Donation little hindrance to Stephanopoulos interviews
NEW YORK (AP) — Newly declared Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham's interview with George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America" Tuesday is the latest sign that the ABC anchor's donations to the Clinton Foundation seem not to have impeded his coverage of the upcoming presidential elections.
- Clint Eastwood to make biopic of pilot 'Sully' Sullenberger
NEW YORK (AP) — Clint Eastwood will follow his box-office sensation "American Sniper" with a biopic of pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.
- Caitlyn Jenner says she decided against 'K' for new name
NEW YORK (AP) — Choosing between a "C'' and a "K'' for her new name was no small task for Caitlyn Jenner, considering her famous K-heavy family of Kardashians.
- 'America's Got Talent' returns to top of ratings
NEW YORK (AP) — Memorial Day isn't the only sign of summer. The return of "America's Got Talent" to television screens, along with a liberal dose of reality shows and reruns, are just as reliable as thermometers.
- Nielsen's top programs for May 25-31
NEW YORK (AP) — Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for May 25-31. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
- Shonda Rhimes writing book on a year of accepting challenges
NEW YORK (AP) — Shonda Rhimes' first book will have a positive message.
- Kim Kardashian says dress caught fire; Pharrell rescued her
NEW YORK (AP) — It's an eventful time for Kim Kardashian: A new baby coming, a huge transition for her stepfather, and now a fire emergency, with none other than Pharrell and his wife to the rescue.
- Kentucky folksinger, dulcimer player Jean Ritchie dies at 92
NEW YORK (AP) — Jean Ritchie, the Kentucky-born folksinger who brought the centuries-old ballads she grew up with to a wide audience from the 1950s onward, died Monday evening. She was 92. Ritchie died in her home in Berea, Kentucky, with family around her, her niece Judy Hudson said.
- New 'Fifty Shades' book quickly tops best-seller lists
NEW YORK (AP) — Once again, E L James is on top.