Both sides asked for a delay while the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decides a similar bankruptcy fraud case.
The show was axed as part of a revamping of the channel, formerly known as CNN Headline News.
Lawyer representing 17 people injured during the show says the rappers and the venue didn’t take precautions to keep concertgoers safe.
Photos show the Pittsburgh hip-hop artist and the pop star, who duet on his new album, sharing a romantic dinner on the West Coast.
Univision is buying Gawker Media for $135 million out of bankruptcy.
The Democrat’s nominee for president was “planting seeds” sown on Broadway in her acceptance speech.
Helping to honor the “Spotlight” star and Robinson native was John Lee Hancock, his director in the upcoming film “The Founder.”
The Central Catholic and CMU grad will play Fiyero on Broadway; Pittsburgh CLO’s Lola in “Damn Yankees” time travels to the ‘60s for TV.
The message and choice of designer for the first lady's dress make a statement about being inclusive.
CW's 'Supernatural' cast, including Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, bringing convention to Pittsburgh
The show entering its 12 season of demon-hunting will be at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center July 8-10.
Reality-TV star Abby Lee Miller, who was trying to hide her assets from bankruptcy proceedings, will be sentenced in October.
Abby Lee Miller indicates she will admit to bankruptcy fraud and related offenses next Monday.
Abby Lee Miller, who already is facing charges of bankruptcy fraud, is now charged with money laundering.
Almost lifetimes apart, legendary TV producer Norman Lear, 93, and his fourth child, 27, still have a special father-son connection.
The romance between Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris is over.
Could Anderson Cooper be Michael Strahan’s replacement on “Live! With Kelly and Michael”?
Minnesota has been slow to join other states in curbing the prescribing of powerful painkillers.
The comedian started a three-night run of six shows on Tuesday night at Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.
Bernie Sanders wants Larry David to keep impersonating him on ”Saturday Night Live.”
Here are some highlights and lowlights from the Billboard Music Awards.
Michael Keaton is finalizing a deal to play a villain in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
At Cannes promoting his latest film, “Cafe Society,” Woody Allen said he doesn’t think about past sexual abuse allegations against him.
The Osbournes’ marriage drama continues; a stage legend comes to Fox Chapel; Christian Borle keeps adding Broadway jobs.
The ’70s game show “Match Game” is returning to television this summer with Alec Baldwin as the host.
Kelly Ripa returned to “Live with Kelly and Michael” Tuesday; Strahan now will leave the show in May, not September.
Kelly Ripa returns to “Live! with Kelly and Michael” after learning her co-host Michael Strahan will be leaving for “Good Morning America.”
A former Pittsburgher describes his time as a member of the Revolution and spinoff band Madhouse.
The “Good Morning America” welcomed Michael Strahan to the show, which he will join full time in the fall.
Michael Strahan is leaving “Live with Kelly and Michael” to join “Good Morning America” full-time.
“Justified’s” Walton Goggins will replace Joe Manganiello in the military drama “Six.”
Mark Paoletta, former assistant counsel to President George H.W. Bush, is launching a website to fact-check HBO’s movie “Confirmation.”
August Wilson’s screenplay adaptation will be used for the movie version of “Fences” that will be shot in Pittsburgh.
Led Zeppelin founders are headed to trial on charges they ripped off the opening licks of “Stairway to Heaven” from another artist.
None of the band members were hurt in crash following Tuesday night show in Pittsburgh.
“Bossypants” author Tina Fey shares her latest reading choices.
Celebrities at the iHeartRadio Awards take verbal swipes at a certain GOP front-runner.
Two Point Park University groups will have their films screened at Seattle’s National Film Festival for Talented Youth.
A Los Angeles judge ruled Tuesday Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby can proceed.
Ms. Duke built on her success in teenhood by playing identical cousins on “The Patty Duke Show.”
CMU grad Rory O’Malley is the new King George in “Hamilton”; “Mindhunter” seeks vintage cars for Pittsburgh shoot; Ross native to be
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown reportedly has purchased a Florida mansion for $6.6 million.
Sarah Palin is slated to make the pilot for a new “Judge Judy”-style TV show.
William Shatner will be part of Smithsonian magazine’s The Future is Here Festival in Washington.
Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg plan to make another “Indiana Jones” film that’s due out in 2019.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is looking forward to her new role as a judge on “So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation.”
“The Late Late Show’s” Carpool Karaoke segment is getting a prime-time special and may become a stand-alone show.
Actor known for roles in “24,” “The Lost Boys” and “A Few Good Men” is about to release debut album.
“New Day” co-host Michaela Pereira is leaving CNN to anchor her own show on HLN.
The full cast of Season 22 includes not only Super Bowl MVP linebacker Von Miller of the Denver Broncos and former quarterback Doug Flutie.
ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel is slated to host the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in September.