Go behind the scenes of '300: Rise of an Empire' with plenty of capes, abs, swords and green screens
Mary-Louise Parker starred as soccer mom-turned-drug dealer Nancy Botwin on Showtime s 'Weeds' for eight seasons, often involving her on-screen kids in the illegal business. But when it comes to her real-life children, Parker says that's a no-go.
On Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live!' actor Seth Rogen clarified a Tweet he posted earlier this year.
The World Wide Web turns 25 this week and its creator, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, called for an online 'Magna Carta,' rules to protect the open, neutral nature of the Internet.
Whatever you're looking at on your iPhone's screen can be captured as an image to be shared with others. Here's how.
He was the longest serving death row inmate in Louisiana, and he didn t do the crime. Glenn Ford walked out of a prison in Angola Tuesday a free man after prosecutors admitted they convicted the wrong one for murder.
After a bullying scandal that shook up the NFL, Jonathan Martin is finally in the headlines for something else. Many sports reporters speculated before the Miami Dolphins traded Martin to the 49ers that San Francisco might be his best landing spot.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez seem to be back on, but that has her family worried. A source tells People the former Disney star has chosen the embattled pop star over family before, and that's not a good thing.
After undergoing a double mastectomy last year, Angelina Jolie says she will have more cancer-preventing surgery. Jolie revealed to Entertainment Weekly the need to go under the knife, though it s unclear exactly what the surgery will be.
Conservationists and scientists have a saying, 'extinction is forever.' But soon biologists will clone long-gone animals in the hope to redefine that axiom to 'DE-extinction is forever.'
Malaysia Airlines MH370 is only the latest in a long line of planes that flew off the radar. Here's a look at other mysterious disappearances over the last century.
Puerto Rico is in dire financial conditions and it is thousands of U.S. mom-and-pop investors that might lose a big part of their savings if the island goes bankrupt.
Fears of terrorism in the case of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight are beginning to fade after Interpol announced the two men who used stolen passports to board the plane were Iranian and, most likely, not terrorists.
Juan Pablo's 'The Bachelor' Finale Is Tensest In Show History
It was a six-and-a-half minute interview that saw the president trade some pretty hilarious barbs with comedian Zach Galifianakis.
President Obama’s National Security Council is meeting on the situation in Ukraine as reports surface that Russian troops are advancing past Crimea. NBC’s Ian Williams has more.
The Mega Millions jackpot has ballooned to $400 million, with odds to win at about one in 259 million. “There are better odds of Lester going to the emergency room because of a pogo stick injury,” said TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe.
Alex Witt talks to The Washington Post's Brian Fung about what technology the investigators are looking at in order to find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Kayla Montgomery, 18, is a high school track star at the top of her game, and dominates the competition despite a debilitating disease.
As documents emerge indicating that General Motors could have made a partial fix to a dangerous defect years ago, but made a business decision not to, the parents of a woman who died in a GM car react. NBC s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Overheard on the Hill: The week's most awkward moments in politics include President Obama shopping for his teen daughters at a New York GAP, Sen. Ed Markey reading 'The Lorax' on the Senate floor, Kermit the Frog in a metal detector and some Rick Perry Texas wisdom.
The FMHR traders discuss how the U.S. stock market is responding to fears over China's economy and the ongoing Ukraine crisis.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the preliminary read on University of Michigan's March sentiment survey is 79.9.
CNBC's Jane Wells shares the new way wine is being poured in Pebble Beach, California.
A Venezuelan shop owner, caught in the middle of violent protests, asks for dialogue. Rafael Romo reports.
'I would be a stock buyer, not a stock market buyer,' says Ben Willis, Albert Fried & Company, with David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management senior advisor, discussing how to put money to work amid Fed and geopolitical uncertainty.
Sen. Mary Landrieu speaks in favor of the Keystone XL Pipeline, citing questionable facts. Ed Schultz, Rep. Jan Schakowsky and Mike Papantonio discuss.
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