Highlights of this day in history: "Star Wars" --- written and directed by George Lucas --- premieres; Former Enron execs Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling are convicted of conspiracy and fraud; Jay Leno begins as host of N-B-C's "The Tonight Show....
Hundreds of supporters of one of Pakistan's political parties, Tehreek-e-Insaf, gathered in front of the Presidential Palace in Islamabad on Friday to protest against alleged rigging of this month's election. (May 25)
An Austrian daredevil on Friday became the first man to walk a tightrope strung between the two towers of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna's most famous landmark. (May 25)
Students at a Washington, DC, arts school got to visit with first lady Michelle Obama and actress Kerry Washington on Friday.
A Utah Army veteran was found hanging dead Friday in his jail cell as he awaited trial on charges of killing a police officer and wounding five others during a raid that netted 13 pot plants. (May 24)
Cast members attend the screening of "The Immigrant" at the 66th international film festival in Cannes.
An Austrian daredevil on Friday became the first man to walk a tightrope strung between the two towers of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna's most famous landmark. (May 24)
It's been months since Lady Gaga cancelled her remaining tour dates to have hip surgery, and now she's rumored to be making her live comeback on stage with Beyoncé.
After Mariah Carey suffers a wardrobe malfunction as her tight frock pops open during a live GMA appearance, we decided to check out some other celebrities who have squeezed themselves into some very tight dresses.
Charlie Sheen decides to use his birth name, Carlos Estevez, for his credit in new movie, Machete Kills.