TIAM Saturday June 4thMemories of Muhammad Ali, Uncorked, holidays and birthdays.
Study Documents Results After Jolie's Breast Cancer DecisionsLocal genetic counselors say Angelina Jolie’s breast cancer decisions have made a big difference locally.
Rita Wilson Undergoes Double Mastectomy After Breast Cancer DiagnosisActress and singer Rita Wilson announced on Tuesday that she had a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
This Week: Zayn Malik Leave One Direction & Angelina Jolie's Smart MoveThis week, a boy band member is now heading in another direction and one of the queens of Hollywood made a smart move for her own health.
Getting the Jump on Cancer with Preventative SurgeriesAngelina Jolie had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after a recent blood test showed a possible early sign of cancer.
'Hollywood Film Awards' Announces Nine Award Winners, More Stars To AppearThe "Hollywood Film Awards" announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
#Trending In Entertainment: Brangelina Weds, Joan Rivers Is Hospitalized, and Bieber's Draws Comparisons.This week Hollywood’s hottest finally got hitched, a pop start thinks he’s a princess, and there’s plenty of irony.
Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Married In FranceAngelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married Saturday in the French hamlet of Correns, a spokesman for the couple says.
Disney's 'Maleficent' Debuts With $69.4 MillionAngelina Jolie scared up $69.4 million over the weekend for Disney's "Maleficent," trouncing the other new wide-release, Seth MacFarlane's comic Western "A Million Ways to Die in the West." The Universal comedy opened with $16.8 million.
#Trending In Entertainment: Maya Angelou Dies And Brad Pitt AttackedThis week a beloved author passed, an A-lister was attacked, and two music moguls got $3 billion richer.
Pick-A-Side: Who Is Your Favorite Lefty?From Oprah to Angelina Jolie, who is everyone's favorite lefty? You decide!
Surgeon: Jolie's Breast Cancer Gene Mutation Is RareDr. Julie Margenthaler says the BRCA gene is quite rare, affecting just one or two in every 1,000 people, but there are some warning signs.