After a Monday concert at O2 Arena that reportedly started two hours late, the 19-year-old pop star apologized for upsetting disappointed young concertgoers and their angry parents.
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The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge "is the Rodney Dangerfield of bridges," as our friends at KQED say. While the Golden Gate gets respect and tourists, the Bay Bridge simply does its job. But the humble span will shine Tuesday, thanks to 25,000 LEDs.
Comcast Corp. said Tuesday it will complete its buyout of NBCUniversal from GE for about $16.7 billion, ahead of schedule. Comcast, the nation's largest cable company, has owned 51 percent of NBCUniversal since their $28 billion merger in 2011.
Most Super Bowl advertisers tried to crack up the TV audience with over-the-top antics, as is to be expected in the highly viewed event. But some of this year's best ads, as judged by experts and viewers, took a more somber tone.
Spoiler alert: A few Super Bowl commercials have launched on social media well before Sunday's big game. Ad industry watchers say the multi-million-dollar spots are meant to be entertaining, but a few of the ads are already controversial.
Stefan Kudelski, inventor of the first portable professional sound recorder, has died. His Nagra tape recorder, created in 1951, revolutionized film by giving filmmakers the freedom to record scenes at virtually any location.
Leading the way with 11 nominations including Worst Picture is the Twilight vehicle, Breaking Dawn 2; its lead actress, Kristen Stewart, is nominated for Worst Actress in that film as well as for her role in Snow White and the Huntsman.
Gerry Anderson, the man who created the iconic TV series Thunderbirds in the 1960s, has died, the BBC reports. Anderson, whose work was honored by a special set of moving-image stamps in Britain last year, had suffered from Alzheimer's Disease.
Culpo is the first American to win the crown in 15 years. Former Miss Pennsylvania, Sheena Monnin, loses a defamation lawsuit for making false statements that the Miss USA pageant was rigged.
The Maccabeats, Yeshiva University's student vocal group, serve up latkes, Jewish history and a side of hip hop with 'Candelight' on the first day of Hanukkah.
W.R. Wilkerson III is apologizing for the trade paper's role in what he calls "Hollywood's holocaust," the blacklist that destroyed the careers of those accused of communist sympathies.
The studio announced it would continue the Star Wars movie franchise with a seventh film due to be released in 2015, and others to follow. Disney also owns Marvel, which it bought for $4 billion in 2009.
A Norwegian comedy duo managed something rare: to get concert goers cheering for a U.N. official.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was confounded by some obscure British history questions posed during an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman.
The royal family was roiled by a another nudity scandal just weeks ago, when Prince Harry was photographed in the buff.
Billboard Magazine has named its Song of Summer: Carly Rae Jepson's 'Call Me Maybe'. The tune was at the top of music lists between Memorial and Labor Day.
The singer, songwriter and guitarist also wrote (I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden and played on seminal albums by Bob Dylan and Simon and Garfunkel. But did you know he wrote Deep Purple's hit Hush?
Michael Strahan, who won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants, has won the job to be Kelly Ripa's co-host on daytime TV. He'll also continue to be on Fox NFL Sunday.
Diller, who presented herself as a odd-ball housewife with a husband name Fang, was a staple on '50s television.
Best known for Top Gun and other action movies, Scott was 68. Witnesses say he jumped from a bridge in Los Angeles County. Law enforcement sources tell news outlets that a suicide note has been found.