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Life may not be such a party anymore for Aaron Carter, who has revealed he has debts of $2.2 million and a $2,000-per-month salary.
Considered the biggest boy-band in the world, the Backstreet Boys are back on tour.
Aaron Carter, younger brother of the blond Backstreet Boy, Nick, found himself in a 1990s boy band turf war in Boston on Saturday night after, he claims, fans of New Kids on the Block jumped him.
One of the most significant turning points in one of America's longest and costliest wars is imminent: Afghanistan's fledgling security forces are taking the lead for security nationwide, bringing the moment of truth on the question of whether they are ready to fight an insurgency that remains resilient after nearly 12 years of conflict.
Nick Carter isn't only writing songs, he's written a book.
In just four years, Justin Bieber has gone from fielding innocuous questions about his haircut to denying that he's in desperate need of rehab. Bieber's grown up and into tabloid territory, with his recent troubles making some question whether he's just the latest teen star gone wild.
ABC's "Good Morning America" will host Kevin Richardson's reunion performance with The Backstreet Boys.
Singer Leslie Carter, the sister of Aaron Carter and former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, has died in upstate New York. She was 25.
U.S. and Afghan forces began advancing slowly Wednesday through the insurgent-filled district in southern Afghanistan that gave birth to the Taliban movement, treading ground where guerrilla fighters have operated freely for years, the British general in charge of NATO troops here said.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his national security team endorsed a U.S.-backed plan Wednesday to set up local police forces across the country, allowing villagers to protect themselves in areas where international and Afghan forces can't be spared.
"I think, if the Taliban tried to come back, it would have to come back in a very different way. It would have to come back and participate politically," Gen. Carter said. "It is my sense that civil society, which is the future of this country, absolutely would not put up with sorts of standards that were here 15 years ago. And, therefore, my sense is that ultimately it is the politics that will determine this, and not the violence that determines this."
But, he added, "That said, we will require and need to deliver for the Afghans some fairly significant support for a while to come."