Serena Williams Shames the Body-Shamers with Pic of Herself in Amazing Gown After Wimbledon Win

Serena Williams defied body-shamers on Monday by sharing a photo of herself in a form-fitting pink gown at Sunday’s Wimbledon Champions’ Dinner.

NBC's Inquiry into Brian Williams Expands to Include More Potential Fabrications: Report

The internal NBC investigation into alleged fabrications by NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is widening to include more potential misrepresentations, according to The New York Times.

Vanessa Hudgens Talks Zac Efron Relationship: 'I Was Really Mean Because I Was So Fed Up'

Vanessa Hudgens says that her relationship with Zac Efron sometimes looked better on screen.

The actress and singer, 26, opened up about the jealousy she felt while dating her High School Musical sweetheart, 27, who was bombarded with female attention.

Stars and Fans React to Angelina Jolie's Latest Surgery

Brave. Eloquent. Powerful.

Those are just some of the words being used to describe Angelina Jolie’s New York Times op-ed – and the actress herself – as she opened up about her difficult decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after a cancer scare.

David Carr, New York Times Media Columnist, Has Died at 58

David Carr, the sharp-witted and often sharp-tongued “The Media Equation” columnist for The New York Times, collapsed in that paper’s newsroom and was pronounced dead at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Thursday night, The Times reports. He was 58.

The exact cause of death has yet to be determined.

Angelina Jolie: 'I Have Seen Nothing Like the Suffering I'm Witnessing Now' in Refugee Camps

Angelina Jolie has written a powerful op-ed piece for The New York Times about her visits to camps for Syrian and Iraqi refugees.

“I have visited Iraq five times since 2007, and I have seen nothing like the suffering I’m witnessing now,” she writes in the 800-word article, which appears in Wednesday’s print editions.

The New York Times Prints a Correction to 12 Years a Slave Story, 161 Years Later

Better late than never.

The New York Times’s 1853 story on the subject of this year’s Best Picture Oscar winner, 12 Years a Slave, was all over the Internet this week. And a reader quickly noted that the Times spelled Solomon Northup’s name incorrectly. Twice.

James Franco Empathizes with Shia LaBeouf's Acting Out

Let’s hope it’s performance art, and not a psychological problem.

That is James Franco’s view of Shia LaBeouf’s recent behavior, as put forth in a thoughtful, empathetic op-ed piece Franco published Thursday in The New York Times.

Frank Bruni Uses Twitter to Return Courtney Love's Phone

At some point in Courtney Love’s wild girl wanderings Wednesday night, the rocker and her phone went their separate ways, with the device landing on the floor of a New York City taxicab.

Luckily for Love, the next passenger in the vehicle was New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Bruni.

11/12/13 – Now (and 100 Years Ago)

Tuesday, 11/12/13, marks the first sequential date since Oct. 11, 2012. But of course, it’s not the first 11/12/13 in history; Nov. 12, 1913 also featured the same shorthand. So, what stories did the citizens of a hundred years ago enjoy as they opened the last newspapers dated 11/12/13? We took a gander.