The following post contains spoilers for anyone who hasn't seen seasons 1-4 of HBO's Game of Thrones.
The FIBA Basketball World Cup came and went quietly, and hoop-heads' big dreams for an epic gold-medal showdown proved to be nothing but wishful thinking Host Spain went out in the quarterfinals, which thwarted the final match-up against America everyone anticipated.
U2's Songs of Innocence, which the band is offering for free across Apple's music services, has been listened to by 33 million people, Apple disclosed Monday "Just six days after its release on iTunes, a record breaking 33 million people have already experienced the album," Eddy Cue, Apple's SVP of Internet Software and Services, said in a statement to Mashable.
LOS ANGELES — Audio of an encounter between Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts and a police officer investigating a 911 report of lewd acts reveals her increasingly emotional state as he tries to compel her to show identification.
Blurred lies? Robin Thicke has admitted to taking more writing credit than he probably should have for his controversial 2013 hit "Blurred Lines," according to a deposition that the 37-year-old Thicke gave in April but just now surfaced in a Los Angeles federal court Monday.
As SNL approaches the start of Season 40, changes were inevitable. Just a few days ago, the show added Daily Show correspondent Michael Che to the Weekend Update desk (replacing Cecily Strong, who was an anchor for one season) and Monday it was announced that 20-year-old Pete Davidson will join the cast as a featured player.
Cycling uniforms should feel like a second skin, not look like it Unfortunately, for the Colombian women's cycling team, that was the case at Friday's Instituto Distrital de Reacreación y Deporte in Italy.
Celebrities: They're not really like us at all. While many famous musicians often write songs with lyrics that could apply to our everyday lives, other times, they can't refrain from a little name-dropping.
Stay for the credits for this short film starring power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z. Like today's superhero films, in which moviegoers are rewarded for sitting through the credits with extra footage or teasers, this clip, the first part in the couple's Bang Bang trilogy, offers a provocative bedroom scene of Beyoncé and Jay as the scroll begins.
Los Angeles will finally be able to watch the Dodgers. Time Warner Cable agreed to license the final six games of the season to independent broadcast TV station KDOC Channel 56, the New York-based company said today in an email.
How was your weekend? Floyd Mayweather made $14,800 per second, nearly $900,000 per minute and more than $2.5 million per round for his Saturday night boxing match against Marcos Maidana.
Echoing what U2's manager Guy Oseary said, Apple is telling iTunes users that if they don't want U2's free album then they can delete it.
Stay calm. Put down your pickaxe. Everything is going to be okay. On Monday, Microsoft officially purchased Mojang, the software company behind the popular indie game Minecraft, which has brought countless hours of entertainment for more than 100 million gamers since 2009 See also: Microsoft Buys the Company Behind Minecraft for $2.5 Billion Following the news, the gamer community sounded off its complaints, concerns and praises over Twitter.
The Minnesota Vikings have reinstated Adrian Peterson while he deals with a child-injury charge after he allegedly disciplined his son by repeatedly striking him with a switch.
From the network that brought you shark tornadoes comes a new movie from Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller that, as you might guess, is completely weird — and very fun.
Katniss Everdeen threatens her rebel army if they don't rescue fellow tribute Peeta Mellark, who was captured by the Capitol during the chaotic rescue plan at the Quarter Quell, in the first full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1.
Hey Kanye, Imma let you finish... Actually, no, it's probably best if you didn't Kanye West has been on tour in Australia throughout the past month, which means countless Kanye headlines (mostly for cringeworthy concert moments).
We still have one week until Fox's Gotham brings the dark world of Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) to TV, but starting Monday, one of the series' most important scenes is available for exploring Fox's WitnessGotham.com is an interactive site that allows a sneak peek at the immediate aftermath of the Wayne murder, which happens in the first episode of Gotham.
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm told the world on Sunday that she was "genuinely excited" to get to work after the first week of the NFL season — that is, until TMZ released a video last week that showed Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée in a hotel elevator At that point, Storm and others at the sports network led almost round-the-clock coverage as Rice was cut by the Ravens and suspended indefinitely by the NFL (before the video, the NFL had handed out just a two-game suspension).
When it comes to Scottish independence, John Oliver is a big softie. As Scotland prepares for a referendum on Thursday on a potential split from the United Kingdom, England native Oliver pulled out all the the stops to woo the country back See also: The British Media Has Been Totally Freaking Out Over Scottish Independence Can a few Notting Hill references, a band of bagpipe players and a steaming plate of haggis change a nation's mind?