Country music singer Neal McCoy’s newly released single about the NFL is climbing the charts, but you’ll probably never see the song performed at halftime.
This year’s American Music Awards was a reflection of the year in pop music, with women dominating the show, but not as nominees or winners.
Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, died Sunday after nearly a half-century in prison. He was 83.
An Ohio Supreme Court justice and Democratic gubernatorial candidate says he deleted a Facebook post outlining his sexual history after being criticized in part for potentially identifying some of the women.
Joy Everingham, a chaplain at the University of Kent Canterbury, has two sons and a wife named Ruth, and has become the first transgender minister in the Methodist Church in Great Britain.
Hillary Clinton says there are still a lot of questions concerning the legitimacy of President Trump’s election, and that there’s no hope the current administration will try to get to the bottom of it.
Apple has announced the resignation of its vice president of diversity and inclusion just one month after she apologized for saying white people can be diverse.
Malcolm Young, a co-founding member and the longtime rhythm guitarist for Australian rock band AC/DC, died Saturday at the age of 64, his family said in a statement.
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski lashed out at former President Bill Clinton on Friday as a “sexual predator” who “forever stamped” women like Monica Lewinsky.
A Georgia county commissioner and her school board member husband are crying foul after their seventh-grade son was ordered to change out of his “FNN - Fake News Network” T-shirt before going on a school field trip to CNN’s Atlanta headquarters.