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The decline suggests the labor market is gaining steam.
When writer-director David Ayer decided to tackle the World War II movie genre, he decided to make it an intimate affair.
The actress had a clever solution to a rat and ivy problem at her Hollywood Hills home.
The FLOTUS advocates for healthy eating in a White House video spoofing the hit song "Turn Down For What."
The "All About That Bass" songwriter says her goal is to write songs that are "stupid catchy."
Five years after his death, the King of Pop is still generating a fortune, raking in an estimated $140 million in the past year.
Other new debuts in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart, include alt-rockers Weezer and "X Factor" pop couple Alex & Sierra.
Stephen Collins faces new accusations involving a 13-year-old girl.
Here is a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Oct. 16.
The advance of ISIS fighters stalled after U.S.-led coalition warplanes launched their heaviest bombardment yet on the militants.
Worries about world growth and the end of years of U.S. stimulus are keeping investors in a fraught mood.
The San Francisco Giants scored three runs in the sixth inning to move to the brink of a return to the World Series.
The latest injury is another setback that casts doubt about his future in the NBA.
The Royals swept the Baltimore Orioles and are World Series-bound for the first time since 1985.
Elizabeth Pena starred in TV and film, including "The Incredibles," and "Hill Street Blues."
Rising public anxiety about the virus has forced the White House to shift into crisis mode in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly disease.
"Friends" may have gone off air 10 years ago, but Ross, Chandler, Monica, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey will be back in January.
Leno will share his love of all things automotive on a new series, which will premiere in 2015.
Kevin Bacon danced to a single featured in his 1984 movie in support of the #ShakeOffEbola drive.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.