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(Washington, DC) -- The FBI is officially blaming North Korea for the cyber attack on Sony. A statement released today says methods used in the hack are similar to ones used in previous attacks linked to North Korea, including one on South Korean banks and media in 2013. The FBI...
(Undated) -- Stephen Colbert is demanding a final salute from America as he signs off from the last-ever episode of "The Colbert Report." The star ended his nine-year run on Comedy Central by riding off into the night sky in a sleigh with Santa Claus, Abraham Lincoln and Alex...
(Beverly Hills, CA) -- The editors of "People" have handed out their first batch of trophies. The inaugural People Magazine Awards aired live on NBC Thursday night. "Birdman" star Michael Keaton topped off the star-studded ceremony by picking up another accolade, this time for...
(Undated) -- One movie theater's attempt to stand defiant in the face of the cancellation of the Sony movie "The Interview" has been thwarted. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema says Paramount has now cancelled screenings of 2004's "Team America: World Police," which the Austin-based...
(Undated) -- The feds are reportedly leaving nothing but a lump of coal in Joe and Teresa Giudice's holiday stockings this year. A source tells RadarOnline.com officials raided the home of the New Jersey "Housewives" stars this week, seizing property to push the couple's promise...
(Undated) -- Kris and Bruce Jenner's 23-year marriage is officially over. TMZ says a Los Angeles judge has signed off on the former couple's divorce documents giving them a clean break and a new start. The celebrity website says Kris and Bruce are dividing up their various bank...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Obama administration officials screened the controversial Sony movie "The Interview" months ago. He said they did so at Sony's request. Earnest stressed that "input was shared" but insisted that the administration did...
(Monterey, CA) -- The first manager of the Grateful Dead is dead. Rock Scully died in his hometown of Monterey after a long battle with lung cancer. Scully signed on as the Dead's manager after seeing the band play at one of Ken Kesey's Acid Tests in San Francisco in the 1960's...
(New York, NY) -- The Reverend Al Sharpton is blasting Hollywood for a lack of diversity. Sharpton met Sony executive Amy Pascal this morning in New York after hackers uncovered what many say are racist emails between her and a producer. Sharpton says Pascal has agreed to work...