(CNN) - Anderson Cooper will stick with covering the news -- and no longer host his daily talk show "Anderson Live." The show is being canceled, at the end of next summer, due to poor ratings. In a statement, Cooper said he's sorry the show, now in its second season, won't be continuing. He said he, quote, "truly enjoyed it."
(CNN) - If you've got tickets in hand for Green Day's North American Tour, you'll be getting a refund. The band announced the cancellation of most of their dates as lead singer, Billy Joe Armstrong, deals with substance abuse. All of Green Day's shows for this year are now canceled and the January and February shows next year will be rescheduled. To make up for it, they are pushing up the release of the album "Green Day Tre!" from January 15th of next year, to December 11th of this year.
(CBS) - Justin Timberlake said "I do" -- and now he's saying "I'm sorry." The singer apologized on his website for an insensitive video his friends made for his wedding to Jessica Biel. It shows homeless people congratulating Timberlake and Biel on their marriage. Timberlake says he did not know about the video in advance and he's sorry if it offended anyone.