There were dramatic developments in the courtroom at the "Desperate Housewives" trial, plus, Duchess Kate made her debut speech as a royal.
A judge declared a mistrial in the "Desperate Housewives" case.
Actress Nicollette Sheridan was suing the show's creator and ABC, claiming her character was killed off after she complained she was slapped during a rehearsal.
After three days of deliberations, the jury said it was deadlocked.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave her first official speech Monday.
Catherin Middleton stopped by the opening of a children's hospice facility in Ipswich, England.
She toured the center, meth with staff and patients, and offered a few words on behalf of the royal family.
"What you do is inspirational," said the Duchess. "It is a shining example of the support and care that is delivered not just here, but in the children's hospice movement at large up and down the country."
Jon Bon Jovi is teaming up with government agencies to help the homeless.
He's part of Project Reach, an initiative challenge software developers to creat an app that will allow volunteers and caregivers to find homeless veterans and others in need of resources in their area.
It's a familiar mission for the musician.
The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation is focused on breaking the cycle of poverty.
(Michelle Wright for Hollywood Minute)