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  • Singer Kenny Rogers turned 75-years-old in 2013.

    The List: Top 10 Kenny Rogers songs

    "Lucille," "Lady" and "She Believes in Me" are just a few of the hits from this legendary, award-winning singer and songwriter.

  • Country-pop singer Glen Campbell, who is battling Alzheimer's, performs Feb. 12, 2012 at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. (Associated Press)

    Glen Campbell: Singer cancels tour of Australia, New Zealand

    Country Music Hall of Fame performer Glen Campbell is canceling his tour of Australia and New Zealand with Kenny Rogers next month for health reasons.

  • Kenny Rogers avoids auction, sells Ga. home

    The northeast Georgia home owned by country singer Kenny Rogers that was scheduled to be put up for auction has been sold.

  • Kenny Rogers sues Capitol Records over royalties

    Kenny Rogers is suing Capitol Records, claiming the company has not properly paid him for digital downloads, ringtones and other uses of his songs.

  • Law enforcement probes NCAA issues under Agent Act

    While Cam Newton is crisscrossing the country picking up postseason awards, representatives of the Mississippi secretary of state's office are heading to Illinois to interview the man at the center of the infamous pay-for-play scandal involving the quarterback.

  • FILE - In this Dec. 11, 2011, file photo, Auburn quarterback Cam Newton holds the trophy during a news conference after winning the Heisman award, in New York. Newton will forgo his senior season and make himself eligible for the 2011 National Football League Draft. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)

    NCAA rules Auburn's Cam Newton eligible to play

    Heisman Trophy favorite Cam Newton can focus on playing for the SEC championship instead of worrying about pay-for-play.

  • NCAA rules Newton eligible to play

    The NCAA has determined that the father of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton broke rules by shopping his son to Mississippi State, but that the overwhelming Heisman Trophy favorite apparently didn't know about it.

  • FILE - In this Dec. 11, 2011, file photo, Auburn quarterback Cam Newton holds the trophy during a news conference after winning the Heisman award, in New York. Newton will forgo his senior season and make himself eligible for the 2011 National Football League Draft. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)

    NCAA rules Auburn's Cam Newton eligible to play

    Heisman Trophy favorite Cam Newton can focus on playing for the SEC championship instead of worrying about pay-for-play.

  • Ex-MSU player to meet with Sec. of State officials

    Former Mississippi State player Kenny Rogers is scheduled to meet with officials from the Mississippi Secretary of State's office Dec. 9 to discuss the recruitment of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.

  • FILE - In this Aug. 4, 2010, file phot, Auburn coach Gene Chizik watches his team on the opening day of NCAA college football practice in Auburn, Ala. Chizik said Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010, that he was hired for his hard-earned reputation, not his head coaching record. The Tigers have been embroiled in controversy surrounding quarterback Cam Newton, but Chizik says his "methods of operations haven't changed." (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)

    Attorney: Rogers made 'stupid decision' with text

    An attorney for Kenny Rogers said Thursday his client knows he made "a stupid decision" when he sent a fellow Mississippi State booster a text of Cecil Newton's payment plan to secure his son's commitment to the Bulldogs.

  • FILE - In this Aug. 4, 2010, file phot, Auburn coach Gene Chizik watches his team on the opening day of NCAA college football practice in Auburn, Ala. Chizik said Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010, that he was hired for his hard-earned reputation, not his head coaching record. The Tigers have been embroiled in controversy surrounding quarterback Cam Newton, but Chizik says his "methods of operations haven't changed." (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)

    Report: Booster received payment plan for Newton

    Mississippi State booster Bill Bell told ESPN.com that he received a payment plan designed to get Cam Newton to sign with the Bulldogs from a man who said he represented the quarterback's father.

  • FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2010, photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik, right, and quarterback Cameron Newton (2) lead the team out for the NCAA college football game against Louisiana-Monroe in Auburn, Ala. A man who said he represented Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond. "I will say this, very loud and very clear: Cameron Newton is eligible at Auburn University. Period. End of story," Chizik said Thursday night, Nov. 4, on his weekly radio show. (AP Photo/Butch Dill, File)

    Payment sought in QB Newton's college recruitment

    A man who said he represented Auburn quarterback and Heisman hopeful Cameron Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond.

  • FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2010, photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik, right, and quarterback Cameron Newton (2) lead the team out for the NCAA college football game against Louisiana-Monroe in Auburn, Ala. A man who said he represented Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond. "I will say this, very loud and very clear: Cameron Newton is eligible at Auburn University. Period. End of story," Chizik said Thursday night, Nov. 4, on his weekly radio show. (AP Photo/Butch Dill, File)

    AP Source: Auburn 'confident' it did nothing wrong

    A person familiar with the situation says Auburn is "extremely confident there was no wrongdoing" during its recruitment of Tigers quarterback Cam Newton because the school has found "nothing inappropriate" after reviewing his father's bank records.

  • FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2010, photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik, right, and quarterback Cameron Newton (2) lead the team out for the NCAA college football game against Louisiana-Monroe in Auburn, Ala. A man who said he represented Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond. "I will say this, very loud and very clear: Cameron Newton is eligible at Auburn University. Period. End of story," Chizik said Thursday night, Nov. 4, on his weekly radio show. (AP Photo/Butch Dill, File)

    Auburn QB Cam Newton: 'I didn't do anything wrong'

    Auburn quarterback Cam Newton says he "didn't do anything wrong" amid allegations that a man tried to secure payment from Mississippi State during the Heisman Trophy hopeful's recruitment.

  • FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2010, photo, Auburn coach Gene Chizik, right, and quarterback Cameron Newton (2) lead the team out for the NCAA college football game against Louisiana-Monroe in Auburn, Ala. A man who said he represented Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond. "I will say this, very loud and very clear: Cameron Newton is eligible at Auburn University. Period. End of story," Chizik said Thursday night, Nov. 4, on his weekly radio show. (AP Photo/Butch Dill, File)

    Payment sought in Newton recruitment

    A man who said he represented Auburn quarterback and Heisman hopeful Cameron Newton during his recruitment out of junior college last year asked for payment to secure his commitment to Mississippi State, according to former MSU player John Bond.

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