Jean Stapleton, who portrayed a traditional homemaker on the front lines of social change as Archie Bunker’s loyal and underappreciated “dingbat” wife on the 1970s television show “All in the Family,” has died. She was 90.
The U.S. Supreme Court raised the prospect that it will decline to say whether the Constitution gives gays the right to marry, in an argument that revealed a chasm among the justices on one of the country’s most divisive issues.
Nancy Kissel, accused of murdering her banker husband, broke down in a Hong Kong court today after saying that she wasn’t able to help their daughter and said she tried to protect herself from abuse by spiking his drinks.
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Julie Henderson -- girlfriend of financier Alejandro Santo Domingo -- attended the premiere of “Friends with Benefits” last night along with the Newark Mayor Cory Booker, Joyce DeWitt of “Three’s Company” fame and snowboarder Shaun White.
Samuel Wyly and Charles Wyly, the Texan brothers and entrepreneurs who funded ads helping George W. Bush’s presidential campaigns, were sued by U.S. regulators who accused them of misleading investors while selling hundreds of millions of dollars in stock.