By CARYN ROUSSEAUAssociated Press
CHICAGO (AP) - Roger Ebert had the most-watched thumb in Hollywood.
With a twist of his wrist, the Pulitzer Prize-winning critic rendered decisions that influenced a nation of moviegoers and could sometimes make or break a film.
The heavy-set writer in the horn-
By REMA RAHMAN and GEOFF MULVIHILLAssociated Press
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - A growing number of faculty at Rutgers University are calling for additional firings after a video surfaced of the men's basketball coach shoving and berating players with gay slurs.
Coach Mike Rice was fired
By JOSEPH PISANIAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Paperless Post has defied its original digital business model successfully once. Now the online invitation and greeting card startup is taking that defiance a step further.
The New York company launched Paper by Paperless Post in October after
By JESSE WASHINGTONAP National Writer
Shain Gandee died doing precisely what made him the star of MTV's "BUCKWILD" reality show: tearing through mudholes in his truck, taking chances most others wouldn't, living free and reckless.
MTV has not said whether cameras were rolling the night
By TOM MURPHYAP Business Writer
Medicare Advantage customers may not see the drastic benefit cuts or premium hikes next year that insurers have been warning about after all.
Health insurers had predicted big, painful changes for many of their Medicare Advantage customers after the federal
By LARRY NEUMEISTERAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - An Internet company offering inexpensive live broadcast television feeds to computers, tablets and smartphones doesn't violate U.S. copyright law, a divided federal appeals court said Monday.
The 2-to-1 ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of
By DAVID BAUDERAP Television Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - After two initial replays, CBS stopped showing footage Sunday of Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware breaking his leg during the first half of his team's NCAA men's tournament game against Duke.
The injury during the nationally
COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. (AP) - A couple from the Philadelphia area say they are shocked and hurt by accusations of mistreatment by an adopted son who left and went back to Russia.
Alexander Abnosov, 18, who was renamed Joshua Salotti when he and another youth were adopted five years ago, told Russian
By HILLEL ITALIEAP National Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Phil Ramone, the masterful Grammy Award-winning engineer, arranger and producer whose platinum touch included recordings with Ray Charles, Billy Joel and Paul Simon, died Saturday of complications stemming from heart surgery, his family said. He