Celebrities from the big and small screens will come together on Sunday for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey will once again take up hosting duties for this year's ceremony, which has gained a reputation as a place for A-listers to cut loose and check their inhibitions at the door.
OutFront: Rob Shutter is a showbiz columnist and host of "The Gossip Table" on VH1.
A recent online poll conducted by the Orlando Business Journal asked if the documentary "BlackFish", which aired on CNN, changed your opinion of SeaWorld.
More than 90 percent of respondents said no, which seemed a bit 'fishy' to the paper. So they looked into it and found that more than half of the votes came from a SeaWorld IP address.
CNN's Martin Savidge has the latest.
The controversy over Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments doesn't appear to be slowing down the family's business.
Gunmaker Mossberg has announced that it will be launching a "Duck Dynasty" line of guns.
OutFront: Aaron smith of CNN Money.
A treasure trove of 59 Beatles recordings were releases on iTunes Tuesday, many of which had been bootlegged over the years, but had never seen an official release.
That's just a few days after a surprise iTunes release of a 'visual album' from Beyonce, which sold over 800,000 copies in just three days - an iTunes record.
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OutFront: Christopher John Farley is the Speakeasy editor with the Wall Street Journal, and author of the upcoming novel "Game World".
Apple's futuristic new headquarters is a three million square foot complex was Steve Jobs' final innovation for the tech giant.
New glimpses of Apple's 'spaceship' campus
On Tuesday, Apple was given the final approval from the City of Cupertino, California.
Dan Simon has the story OutFront.