Hotel quiet amid new calls to spare staff from brunt of lost business
TMZ edited out the portion where the teenager is shot and killed, after brands pull their ads from the site's video page
New York Times union workers staged a brief walkout Monday afternoon to protest contract negotiations
Roughly 35 guild members gather on Wilshire Boulevard, waving signs and handing out pamphlets protesting the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger
Weeks after running SOPA and PIPA into the ground, the power of Facebook and Twitter was on display again this week
Jehane Noujaim, whose 2004 documentary was about Al Jazeera, has since been released from police custody
Actress was demonstrating against the construction of a pipeline and has been released after paying a $100 fine
Media watchdog group goes on the attack against a series that isn't even airing yet
Organization launches petition against "Saturday Night Live" for "dangerous and blatantly anti-transgender" segment
Says the Egyptian star: "We are very disappointed with America. You have to follow the people."
The star of Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove," which exposed dolphin hunting in Japan, delivered a petition to the country's U.S. embassy calling for an end...
With no serious competition and lazy users, the privacy flap can't hurt the $22B social media monster
Gay-casting review continues to make waves, even as magazine tries to move beyond it
Social media juggernaut facing user heat over concerns
"Lethal Weapon" star will meet with factory workers who will lose their jobs when clothing company's plant closes in April
GLAAD, others want Recording Academy to denounce all music that advocates violence against a group of people on Sunday's awards telecast