An attorney for the family told reporters that police were contacted about Elliot's disturbing videos
The president addressed a Florida jury's acquittal of George Zimmerman for Trayvon Martin's death during a press conference on Friday
"I called the police because I was so afraid. I was temporarily insane..."
McCain says Coulter crossed a line
The judge overseeing the case against James Holmes denies most of the defense's motion on the constitutionality of the state's insanity law
Al Pacino plays a mad music producer opposite Helen Mirren in what may be one of his craziest roles to date
The Colorado movie theater where 12 audience members were killed and 70 wounded is reopening tonight with an "evening of remembrance"
Eli Roth's 13-episode series will be available for members to watch, in its entirety, beginning April 19
Hendrik Cuacuas, a 10-year-old Mexico City boy, was mysteriously shot in the head while sitting next to his father in a "Wreck-It-Ralph" screening
The Emmy was for his work on "My World and Welcome to It," but William Windom may have been best known for playing the doctor...
Morgan doubted whether Blake was telling the truth, driving Blake to almost walk out
Accused of arranging to kill a 50 Cent associate, "Jimmy Henchman" was also convicted of running a multimillion-dollar cocaine ring earlier this month
A Chicago jury convicts William Balfour of killing "Dreamgirls" star Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and nephew
Italian jury finds the American student did not kill her roommate
Longtime facilities manager Sherman Dion Dorsey is being held on $2.7M bail in the attack, which also injured another E! employee
Chasen was shot four, rather than five times, as TheWrap reported in March; the murder was not a professional hit
Movies.com blogger Erik Davis poses the rather provocative-for-a-simple-corporately-owned-film-fan-site question, "Should the Murder of Osama Bin Laden Become a Movie?
The L.A. Times reports that a 32-year-old friend of slain NBC Universal finance executive Brian Russell Kaplon has been charged with his murder
The Palm Springs Festival will pay $100,000 for leading the police to Harold Martin Smith
Final ballistics confirm gun used to murder ex-publicist was the same one used in the suicide of the chief suspect
Law enforcement turns attention back to 1997's unsolved murder of rapper
Imprisoned producer wants fees he paid to lawyer refunded, judge says jury should decide
The BHPD’s flawed PR strategy is responsible for creating the awkward position in which it now finds itself
Those close to the veteran Hollywood publicist insisted all along that she had no nefarious enemies -- the evidence agrees
Although the gun was a match, Ronni's colleagues in the industry still have questions about Harold Smith's involvement
Preliminary ballistics test links suicide gun, murder weapon; police believe Smith was riding his bike in a "robbery gone bad"
Police want to find out whether the gun that Harold Smith used to kill himself may have been used to shoot the Hollywood publicist
Jill Gatsby speaks out as third week anniversary of Hollywood publicist's death approuches
Michael Brea, who appeared on "Ugly Betty," did not enter a plea
Larry Cohen says her death was likely a road-rage incident -- and that Harold Smith had nothing to do with it