Excited Asian-American Woman Holding Cash
Colbie Caillat's latest hit "Try" is a call for women to stop trying to mold themselves into a certain image or adopt certain behaviors so they'll fit in, be liked or be considered attractive. While Colbie says she wrote the song as a message of empowerment to herself, she says she's happy to see that everyone can relate to it. Take her appearance on ABC's Dancing with the Stars a couple weeks ago, for example.
(LOS ANGELES) -- When Joan Rivers died last month, her Fashion Police co-host Kelly Osbourne was devastated.
(NEW YORK) -- Just days after Toys "R" Us announced it was putting Breaking Bad action figures on an "indefinite sabbatical" from its stores, Aaron Paul is supporting a petition to put the toys back on the shelves.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The producers of the 2015 Oscars telecast say a report claiming Neil Patrick Harris was their fourth option to host the show isn't quite accurate.
(NEW YORK) -- Christian Bale has landed a new job: the role of Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic of the late Apple visionary.
(MARYSVILLE, Wash.) -- A suspected shooter was dead at the scene of a reported school shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington state, police said.
(BETHESDA, Md.) -- Before returning to her "normal life" in Texas, newly Ebola-free Dallas nurse Nina Pham got a hug from President Obama in the Oval Office.
(NEW YORK) -- The mayor of New York City on Friday assured a city alarmed over the presence of an Ebola patient that the patient "poses no threat to others."
(CANADENSIS, Pa.) -- Thousands of dollars have been raised for a Pennsylvania man who said he's continually accosted by cops as he walks to work through the woods where police are searching for suspected cop killer Eric Frein.
(NEW YORK) -- The National Park Service has launched an investigation following reports of vandalism in at least 10 parks in Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon and Utah, officials said Friday.