Hastings was known for playing Lt. Elroy Carpenter on '60s comedy
New York County D.A. office tells TheWrap that the actor did not plead "guilty"
The 24-year-old festivalgoer was pronounced dead Saturday after attending the first night of the gathering
Wake Forest University service limited to friends and family
Icahn allegedly tipped people off about some of the companies in which he has invested
Telecom can back out of the deal if DirecTV loses NFL contract
Wall Street Journal says cash-and-stock deal is imminent
The vote in the Beverly Hills City Council was unanimous, no call to ban Beverly Hills Hotel over Brunei
Milestone gives the White House some ammunition against Republican critics four days before the enrollment ends
The fashion designer's will omitted her two siblings
Fashion designer and Mick Jagger's longtime girlfriend was found dead of an apparent suicide on Monday
Satoshi Nakamoto disputes the magazine's story and fled reporters in a car chase
The TV personality hosted "Treasure Hunt" and "Jackpot" in the 1970s and 1980s
As the award show approaches, here are tips to experience the neighborhood at the heart of Los Angeles
U.S. customers reach 14.1 million
Company beats Wall Street Projections
Sony will split TV division into separate unit
The businesswoman collaborated on songs for the Motown singer's classic album "What's Going On"
Cloud-computing head, Satya Nadella, has emerged as the likely successor to Steve Ballmer
Company is the subject of takeover speculation
The OWN founder felt her guest list had gotten too large, says insider
Actor recounts confrontation with Daniel Craig over Sienna Miller affair
Singer had claimed that her former attorney was "bought off"
During a sketch on the late night show in October, a 6-year-old said, "Kill everyone in China," Kimmel replied: "That's an interesting idea."
Chris Gossage also received a written warning for leaking the author's pseudonym
Paul Ciancia was arrested on Nov. 1 for the murder of TSA agent Gerardo Hernandez
The broadcaster was inducted into the Order of the British Empire in 1992
British jury decides to acquit sisters Francesca and Elisabetta Grillo of defrauding ABC's "The Taste" star and her husband, Charles Saatchi
The University of Texas had sued the actor for possession of the Andy Warhol painting
The leading lady starred in films such as Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca" as well as "Suspicion," co-starring Cary Grant