“They’re beating the cars with metal bats. This is France?? I’m safer in Baghdad,” Hole singer tweeted during ordeal
“If you’re going to point fingers at other people’s mistakes, you should also acknowledge your own mistakes,” Cooper says
“When we’re insulted, and when we’ve had an image, then I think we’ll have to sue,” Mayor Anne Hidalgo says
Kurtz takes swipe at Huffington Post for labeling guest “Fox New idiot”
TCA 2015: “They’re starting to kill satirists just as a brother is about to launch his show,” Comedy Central host quipped
Brothers Said Kouachi, 34, and Cherif Kouachi, 32, believed responsible for Wednesday’s massacre at satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, reportedly dead after standoff with police
Brian Williams and Pete Williams both reported one suspect was dead and two arrested in Charlie Hebdo attack Wednesday
“We can’t live in a country without freedom of speech. I prefer to die than to live like a rat,” murdered editor Stéphane Charbonnier said...
The shooting “underscores the degree to which these terrorists fear freedom of speech, and freedom of the press,” President Obama says after Paris terror attacks
“I really am stunned that everybody’s capitulated, that Hollywood’s capitulated, that movie theaters have capitulated,” Scarborough says; Mika takes shot at George Clooney
People Magazine and HELLO! Magazine shared exclusive images online ahead of print publication
Google's agreement to pay $81.3 million will help prop up struggling French publishers — but don't expect it to be replicated in the United States
The Spotify-like service has global-expansion plans but will it still skip the U.S. and Japan ?
Al Jazeera received a video of the Al Qaeda-inspired shootings in Southern France, but it will not air it
The Weinstein Co. has already snapped up U.S. distribution and remake rights to the true life story
Finally launched as 2010 ends, ambitious plan could risk becoming expensive failure