Supermodel Gisele Bündchen supposedly visited her plastic surgeon in Paris wearing a head-to-ankle burqa. People in France and abroad reacted with confusion, outrage and humor.
X-Files star David Duchovny, an American with a Russian-sounding last name, has unwittingly waded into the frosty world of US-Russia relations. And it all has to do with an unfortunately timed beer ad.
First it was George Clooney. Now British comedian John Cleese is lashing out at The Daily Mail, one of Britain's most notorious gossip rags. He joins a long list of celebrities who feel victimized by the paper.
George Clooney may have hurt the reputation of the Daily Mail more than the paper hurt his. After the Mail claimed the mother of his fiancée was unhappy with the engagement for religious reasons, he blasted back in his own article published by USA Today.
Miami's sports scene is crowded with stars like LeBron James and Dwayne Wade. But they're going to have to make room for one more: David Beckham, who announced Wednesday that he's planning to bring an MLS franchise to the city.
The cricket world woke up to shocking news Thursday. One of cricket's biggest stars, Sachin Tendulkar of India, announced he's retiring from the sport. For cricket, it's like LeBron James calling it quits.
Back in 1963, Duke Ellington and his band traveled to Kabul to put on a concert. So, how did Mood Indigo go down in Ghazi Stadium? We hear more from reporter Monica Whitlock.
Irish poet Seamus Heaney passed away today. He was 74-years-old. The poet won numerous writing awards including the Nobel Prize. But another Irish poet, Paul Muldoon, says few in US understand what an extraordinary role the poet had in Irish life.
Reporter Betto Arcos looks back at Rigo Tovar, a big pop music figure in Mexico in the 1970s and 80s. Betto used to listen to his music and was invited to write a personal essay for a newly published book on Rigo Tovar called "Rigo es Amor."
The eight-year, two-term presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is over. Many Iranians--both in Iran and around the globe--celebrated with a distinct chant.
The Stench of Honolulu is the first novel by Jack Handey, the creator of Saturday Night Live's "Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey" and many stories for Studio 360. He read these excerpts exclusively for Studio 360.