BY: MAE OWEN - AUG 03, 2017
Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, 41, dies in apparent suicide
The lead singer of the hard rock band Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, has died of an apparent suicide. He was 41.
BY: LILA ALEXANDER - AUG 03, 2017
Kid Rock announces Senate run
Rock-rap musician Kid Rock tweeted Wednesday afternoon that the rumors are true: He really is running for Senate in 2018.
BY: LINDA MACK - AUG 03, 2017
Annual Swedish music festival on hiatus because of sexual assaults
One of Sweden's largest annual music festivals announced that it is cancelling next year's event due multiple sexual assaults at the last two events.
BY: JOSE JEFFERIES - AUG 03, 2017
Johnny Depp apologizes for Trump assassination comment
The White House issued a statement condemning Depp's remark.
BY: WILSON SOTO - AUG 03, 2017
Victory for Madonna as judge halts sale of intimate memorabilia
The judge halted the sale of 22 items set to be auctioned online Wednesday, according to a report by The New York Times.
BY: IAN MARSH - AUG 03, 2017
True Blood's Nelson Ellis dies, age 39
Ellis was pronounced dead on July 8 after spending four days in the hospital. His family decided to come forward with details of his death in the hope of saving others.
BY: ALEX BOURQUE - AUG 03, 2017
Greta Van Susteren leaving MSNBC
An MSNBC executive told Politico that the separation was "amicable," but that efforts to boost Van Susteren's show's ratings had been unsuccessful.
BY: KARA MENARD - AUG 03, 2017
Coal baron sues John Oliver for anti-coal segment
In the Friday episode, Oliver blasted the coal company for a deadly mine collapse in Utah that killed nine people.
Rolling Stone pays settlement over fraternity rape story
BY: JOSE JEFFERIES JUN 19, 2017
Rolling Stone pays settlement over fraternity rape story
The fraternity demanded $25 million from Rolling Stone in its initial lawsuit, which would have gone to trial in October.
Rolling Stone settles lawsuit with university fraternity over debunked rape story
BY: HARRY MARCOLIS JUN 19, 2017
Rolling Stone settles lawsuit with university fraternity over debunked rape story
After three years, a fraternity associated with the University of Virginia has agreed to accept $1.65 million from Rolling Stone magazine .
Bill Cosby defense rests, calls just one witness
BY: JOSE JEFFERIES JUN 19, 2017
Bill Cosby defense rests, calls just one witness
If convicted, the actor could be sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Cosby accuser consistent on cross-examination
BY: CARMELO SHEPPARD JUN 19, 2017
Cosby accuser consistent on cross-examination
Constand, 44, has testified that Cosby, 79, drugged her and sexually assaulted her in 2004 at his suburban Philadelphia home.
Jury hears Bill Cosby's shocking decade-old testimony
BY: WILSON SOTO JUN 19, 2017
Jury hears Bill Cosby's shocking decade-old testimony
Bill Cosby may choose not to take the stand in his own defense, but that did not stop portions of his 2005 sworn deposition to be read aloud to the jury Thursday in his sexual assault trial.
'Game of Thrones' to set record for most burnings
BY: TRACY WILLIAMS JUN 19, 2017
'Game of Thrones' to set record for most burnings
The highly anticipated upcoming seventh season of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' has a real treat for fire enthusiasts.
Ariana Grande grabs hearts in Manchester at One Love benefit concert
BY: LUCAS ROWE JUN 19, 2017
Ariana Grande grabs hearts in Manchester at One Love benefit concert
U.S. pop singer Ariana Grande promised the people of Manchester she would return to give a benefit concert after the May 22 suicide bombing that killed 22 and injured more than 100.
George and Amal Clooney now parents of twin boy and girl
BY: ALEX BOURQUE JUN 19, 2017
George and Amal Clooney now parents of twin boy and girl
Former President Barack Obama paid a visit to the Clooneys at their historic mansion west of London on May 27, just a week prior to birth of the twins.
Bill Maher apologizes for using N-word
BY: HARRY MARCOLIS JUN 19, 2017
Bill Maher apologizes for using N-word
Among Maher's critics was Al Sharpton, who expressed dismay at what he called normalization of the N-word.
Bob Dylan submits acceptance speech for Nobel Prize
BY: JEREMY MORROW JUN 19, 2017
Bob Dylan submits acceptance speech for Nobel Prize
ob Dylan has submitted his acceptance speech for the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature and it is pure Dylan. You can watch it on YouTube.
Cosby trial enters second day
BY: JOSE JEFFERIES JUN 19, 2017
Cosby trial enters second day
On Monday, Kelly Johnson testified that Cosby pressured her to take a large white pill and then molested her in 1996 at a Los Angeles motel.
'Wonder Woman' is a big hit
BY: JASON SPENCER JUN 19, 2017
'Wonder Woman' is a big hit
The film begins as World War I aviator Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) crashes his plane on the island of the Amazons.
Bill Cosby begins sexual assault trial
BY: JEREMY MORROW JUN 19, 2017
Bill Cosby begins sexual assault trial
Constand, but claims he gave her the pills to help her relax and that the entire episode was consensual.
Grande concert will raise funds for bomb victims
BY: VICKY WEBB JUN 19, 2017
Grande concert will raise funds for bomb victims
She also praised her fans, many of whom had personally posted, shared, and re-shared messages of sympathy and support in the hours and days following the attack.
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
BY: DIRK TRUDEAU JUN 19, 2017
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
But his widow, Vicky Cornell, said the 52-year-old musician gave no indication that he wanted to die.
Taylor Swift is 'secretly dating' British actor Joe Alwyn
BY: JAMES SMITH JUN 19, 2017
Taylor Swift is 'secretly dating' British actor Joe Alwyn
According to The Sun newspaper, Taylor and Joe are already serious.