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1960s Pop Singer Bobby Vee Has Died at Age 73
Pop singer Bobby Vee, whose early 1960s hits included the chart-topping "Take Good Care of My Baby," has died
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Nobel Academy Member Calls Bob Dylan's Silence 'Arrogant'
A member of the Swedish Academy that awarded the Nobel Prize in literature to Bob Dylan says the U.S. singer-songwriter's silence is "impolite and arrogant."
Obama Nixes Twerking at Final White House Musical Event
President Barack Obama says he's feeling a "little bit of bittersweetness" as he hosts his final musical night at the White House
AP PHOTOS: Exhibit of Lego Sculptures Opens in Milan
An American artist has a standing order of several hundred thousand Lego bricks monthly to create life-size sculptures that have traveled the globe
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: 1. OBAMA TELLS TRUMP TO 'STOP WHINING' The president rebuked the Republican nominee, chiding the Republican nominee for sowing suspicion about the integrity of America's presidential vote. 2.
How Does It Feel? Nobel Judges Can't Reach Dylan
Five days after Bob Dylan was named the winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, just about everyone has expressed their thoughts about the choice _ except the American songwriter himself
Nobel Academy Hasn't Heard from Bob Dylan Since His Award
Since Nobel judges announced Thursday that rock legend Bob Dylan would receive this year's prize for literature, they have yet to hear from the "Like a Rolling Stone" singer. Dylan, 75, last week became the first musician to win the Nobel Prize in literature, a prestigious award whose previous
Lawrence Ferlinghetti on Nobel: 'Bravo for Dylan.'
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, one of the last links to the early days of the Beat poetry movement, never doubted the artistry of Bob Dylan or his worthiness of the Nobel prize