Robin Wright and Ben Foster: Robin Wright has called it quits with her fiancé of 10 months Ben Foster, US Weekly reports. The couple met on set of their 2011 film "Rampart."
Angie Harmon and Jason Sehorn: A rep for the actress told People magazine on Nov. 2 that the two have amicably split after 13 years of marriage. Sehorn, a former NFL player, proposed to the "Rizzoli & Isles" star on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1998. They have three children together.
Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell: Reports surfaced in late October that the latest "The Bachelor" match had called it quits. On Oct. 26, Ferrell posted a message on Instagram that many think was aimed at Galavis: "Isn't it pathetic how we waste so much time on certain people and in the end they prove that they weren't even worth a second of it," the message said.
Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks: Sources told E! News in late September that the duo had split. The two were first romantically linked in September 2011; Derulo confirmed their relationship in January 2012, E! News reported.
Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose: The couple separated Sept. 22 and the model-actress-singer filed her divorce petition the next day, citing "irreconcilable differences." The two were married for about 14 months and have one son together.
Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner: The Kardashian family matriarch cited "irreconcilable differences" with her husband of 23 years in a divorce petition filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Sept. 22. The split is no surprise, since the reality TV couple publicly acknowledged their separation last year.
June Shannon and Mike Thompson: Honey Boo Boo's parents -- aka Mama June and Sugar Bear on the hit TLC reality show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" -- revealed Sept. 19 that they are separating. Although the couple were never officially married, they exchanged vows in a commitment ceremony in May. Thompson is Honey Boo Boo's (Alana Thompson) biological father, and stepdad to her older sisters Lauryn (aka Pumpkin), Jessica (Chubbs) and Anna (Chickadee).
Britney Spears and David Lucado: A representative for the singer confirmed to People magazine Aug. 28 that the pop star and Lucado had split. The singer also tweeted the news: "Ahhhh the single life!" she wrote. Spears and Lucado began dating in March 2013, People reported.
Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp: The actress and rock star ended their relationship after three years of dating, according to multiple reports. The couple began going out sometime in late 2010, according to People magazine. "It was the distance," a source told People of the split. "She lives in New York and he resides in Indiana. It was the long distance that ultimately was the cause." A Mellencamp friend had a different take. "I don't think he loved all the attention he got just from dating an actress," the friend told Closer Weekly. "I bet he'll stay away from dating another famous person for a while."
David Duchovny and Tea Leoni: The on-again, off-again couple reportedly split for good over the summer. According to TMZ, divorce papers were filed in June but it wasn't until August that the media got wind of the breakup. Duchovny and Leoni will have joint legal custody of their two children, TMZ reported.
Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult/Lawrence and Chris Martin: E! News reported on Aug. 1 that the "X-Men" co-stars had split again. A source said the breakup, due to their successful careers, was "very amicable." The two called it quits for the same reason in January 2013 after dating for two years, before reuniting in July, Us Weekly reported. Later in 2014, the Oscar-winner briefly dated musician Chris Martin, but the two reportedly split in late October as well.
Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon: The "Baywatch" star split from Salomon just months after marrying him for a second time, her publicist said July 8. Anderson first married Salomon, who had been a longtime friend, in 2007. The couple divorced in 2008. The two remained "best friends with benefits," Anderson said last year after they were spotted together on a beach. Anderson revealed last January that she had retied the marital knot with Salomon.
Jewel and Ty Murray: The folk singer announced on her blog July 2 that the two were going their separate ways. Jewel and Murray, a professional rodeo cowboy, married in 2008 after dating for 10 years. They welcomed their only child, son Kase, in 2011.
Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas: Griffith reportedly filed for divorce from her husband of 18 years in June. The two met while filming the 1995 comedy "Too Much" and share one daughter, Stella, 17.
Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart: A source told People in early June that the relationship had ended. The actress-singer-"American Idol" judge and Smart, a dancer, were together for about 2 1/2 years.
Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell: A rep confirmed to People magazine on May 28 that the pair had called it quits. The actors were married for two years and have a son together.
Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb: People magazine reported that Vergara announced her split from her fiancé on May 23 with a screenshot of a note on her WhoSay account. "...In order to not give the press the chance to invent crazy and hurtful drama, I prefer to tell my fans personally that Nick and I have desided (sic) to be apart," the note said.
Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki: The golf star announced in late May that he had broken off his engagement to the tennis player. The two-time major winner said the issuing of wedding invitations had made him realize he wasn't prepared for "all that marriage entails." McIlroy and former world No. 1 Wozniacki announced their engagement via social media on New Year's Day. They began dating in 2011.
Adriana Lima and Marko Jaric: The Victoria's Secret model and the former NBA star announced their separation in early May, People reported. They were married for five years and have two children together.
Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas: The royal split with Bonas, his girlfriend of two years, in April. A source close to the couple told CNN they remain "best of friends." The source said: "It's very, very sad that they have decided to split. It's very amicable but they have decided to go their separate ways."
Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sara Kapfer: The Oscar winner's wife filed for separation on April 22, according to TMZ. They were married for 20 years and have three children.
Amy Poehler and Will Arnett: In April, Arnett, who starred in "Arrested Development," officially filed for divorce from Poehler, according to TMZ. The couple announced they were separating in September 2012. They were married for nine years and have two sons, Archie and Abel.
Naya Rivera and Big Sean: The rapper's rep told Us Weekly in April that he had called off his engagement to the "Glee" star.
Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald: The "Twilight" star and former "American Idol" contestant split after nearly three years of marriage, but parted ways on good terms, Us Weekly reported in March. They have no children.
Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow: The couple announced their breakup in late March via Paltrow's website, Goop. The couple was married for more than a decade and are the parents of two children, Apple and Moses.
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton: The pair announced their split in late February after nine years of marriage via a statement to People magazine. They first met when Thicke was 14, and have one son, Julian Fuego. Patton filed for divorce on Oct. 8.
Captain and Tennille: In mid-January, Toni Tennille filed for divorce from "Captain" Daryl Dragon, according to paperwork obtained by ABC News. The Grammy Award-winning pop duo had been married for almost 40 years.
Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie: A rep for the actress told People magazine in January that the two "mutually decided (upon) an amicable separation." Duff and Comrie, a former NHL player, married in 2010 and have one son together.
Kelly Osbourne and Matthew Mosshart: The E! TV personality and Mosshart, a vegan chef, amicably ended their engagement after two years together, her rep told People magazine in January.
The Board of Directors for the Nipomo Community Services District has approved a new charge for customers to pay for supplemental water delivery from Santa Maria the District says is critically important to balance current and future water needs on the Nipomo Mesa.
A notorious pirate is captured and killed, RCA Victor buys Elvis' contract from Sun Records, the nation mourns a president, The Beatles release "The White Album," and "Toy Story" premieres, all on this day.