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Miranda Lambert's New Album Is a Soaring 'Double Dose of Heartbreak'
This week Miranda Lambert delivers a new double album, Bruno Mars celebrates the R&B of his youth, Metallica make a forceful return, Canadian singer Jane Siberry delivers her first proper album in five years and Throwing Muses’ Kristin Hersh releases her latest solo album as a book. It’s another
Judge: No Bail for 2 Teens in Congressman's Grandson's Death
Bail has been denied for two teenagers charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of an Illinois congressman's grandson following an argument over a pair of basketball shoes
The Latest: Judge: No Bail in Congressman's Grandson's Death
A judge has denied bail to two teenagers charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a Chicago congressman's 15-year-old grandson
Marcus Samuelsson Celebrates Harlem Culture
The celebrated chef visits Times Square to share recipes from "The Red Rooster Cookbook," his latest publication.
Hillary Clinton Is Back on the Campaign Trail
The race for president is in a dead heat with Clinton ahead with a very small lead.
Hillary Clinton Calls Time Off Campaign Trail for Pneumonia a 'Gift'
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said it's "great to be back on the campaign trail" after spending three days at home in Chappaqua, NY recovering from pneumonia . "I have to say, it's great to be back on the campaign trail," Clinton said during a rally at UNC Greensboro Wednesday.
Michael Strahan Brings Usher to 'GMA' on His First Day Full Time
Michael Strahan says Usher's new song, "No Limit," is one of his favorite songs on his morning playlist.
Republican National Convention: Day 4 in a Minute
Highlights from the fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.
In East London's Brexit Heartland, Few Regrets Over EU Vote
In East London’s Romford, even residents originally from mainland Europe supported the Brexit campaign, revealing how anti-EU sentiment prevails in the traditionally working-class town. “I voted to leave because it’s common sense,” said Iggy Rolesu, an Italian who has lived in the U.K. for 50