Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps ordered to vacate
Officers arrested at least 10 protesters who refused to leave a North Dakota campsite and have warned the area will soon flood and any trash and debris left behind may become hazardous to rivers.
Lady Gaga Reveals Details About Super Bowl Halftime Stunt
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Pharrell Williams on Why Women Should Come Together to Support Clinton
Singer Pharrell Williams talks women empowerment and supporting Hillary Clinton at Variety's first inclusion and diversity summit.
Justin Bieber Sued for Alleged Copyright Infringement Over 'Sorry'
Indie pop star Casey Dienel is claiming in a lawsuit that Bieber's song "Sorry" infringes on her song, "Ring the Bell."
Justin Timberlake Drops Hints For Secret Single
And we're going to start "Pop news" with some Justin Timberlake news. You hear the music there and J.T. Will be dropping a new single tomorrow. We don't know much about the style or the fan asked for the name of the song, Justin tweeted, #cantstopthefeeling and have a good feeling about this one.
2015 Billboard Music Awards' Nominees Announced
Ludacris and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz announced the nominations in five categories live on "Good Morning America."
'Blurred Lines' and the Line Between Inspiration and Infringement
Verdict in Marvin Gaye case may set a precedent which could affect the future of music royalties.
'Blurred Lines' Verdict Has Music Industry Singing the Blues
Jury finds Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke owe the Gaye family $7.4 million in damages.
'Blurred Lines' Trial Ends in Verdict Favorable to Marvin Gaye's Family
Jury rules that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' popular hit takes from Gaye's "Got to Give It Up."
Marvin Gaye's Family Awarded $7.3 Million in 'Blurred Lines' Case
And now to that breaking headline late today. A verdict tonight in the "Blurs lines" case. A jury deciding the case in favor of Marvin Gaye's children and awarding them $7.3 million, saying robin Thicke and pharrell borrowed from that song. The stakes in this landmark case could be even higher and