Security guard Jesus Campos, who was shot by the Las Vegas gunman on October 1, appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," breaking his media silence.
President Donald Trump promised to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Six companies have been selected to build eight prototypes of the wall.
With the blessing of his family and bandmates, Apple Music has released the episode of "Carpool Karaoke" they filmed with Linkin Park six days before lead singer Chester Bennington took his own life.
Hollywood has long discussed Harvey Weinstein's reputation, both on and off-screen.
Ben Affleck has apologized for groping Hilarie Burton during an appearance on MTV's "Total Request Live" years ago. Video of the incident resurfaced after Affleck denounced the actions of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who stands accused of numerous incidents of sexual harassment.
A hovering vehicle nicknamed "Float" won a recent design contest by automaker Renault.
A short film celebrating the International Day of the Girl shows young girls around the world dancing to Beyoncé's song "Freedom."
"The New Yorker" reportedly obtained a tape recording of Harvey Weinstein coaxing a young actress admitting to groping a woman that was secretly captured during an NYPD sting operation. CNN is trying to confirm the authenticity of the tape with the NYPD, but the department confirms they investigated a misdemeanor sexual abuse complaint against Weinstein. His reps say they have no comment on the tape.
Jon Stewart surprised "The Late Show" Monday and gave his thoughts on President Trump's "calm before the storm" comments.
Late-night television hosts did not hold back on Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein after he was fired by his film company in light of accusations of sexual harassment.
Country singer Jason Aldean, who was performing as the Las Vegas shooting began, did the "Saturday Night Live" cold open with a tribute to the victims and their families by singing Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down."