Ray Charles News
Woman Dies After Being Thrown Into River While Fishing With Husband: Part 1
In October 1962, Felix Vail said his wife Mary Horton Vail was thrown from their boat, and he couldn't save her.
Correction: Obit-Ruby Wilson Story
In a story Aug. 12 about the death of singer Ruby Wilson, The Associated Press misidentified the name of her manager's business. It is Resource Entertainment Group, not Resource Management Group. A corrected version of the story is below: Ruby Wilson, 'The Queen of Beale Street,' dies in Memphis
Ruby Wilson, 'The Queen of Beale Street,' Dies in Memphis
The manager for singer Ruby Wilson says the blues, soul and gospel performer known as "The Queen of Beale Street" has died
Why This Is Leonardo DiCaprio's Year to Win an Oscar
After six nominations, Leonardo DiCaprio seems poised to finally take home his first Oscar tonight. The 41-year-old actor received his first nomination nearly two decades ago at age 22 for "What's Eating Gilbert Grape." Earlier this year, he picked up his fifth acting nomination and sixth overall
President Obama Leads Singalong at Ray Charles Tribute
Despite a promise earlier in the evening that he would use the microphone strictly for speaking, President Obama couldn't help but channel his inner Ray Charles during a tribute event at the White House. Obama and the first lady joined celebrities Usher, Demi Lovato , Leon Bridges and the Band
Obama Leads Sing-along at Ray Charles Tribute
President Obama led a sing-along to Ray Charles' "What'd I Say" at the White House.
Tim Cook Stands Firm on Apple Privacy Decision
In an exclusive interview with ABC's David Muir, Apple C.E.O., Tim Cook, defends his stance on the Apple vs FBI standoff.
Super Bowl 2016: A History of National Anthem Singers
This Sunday, Lady Gaga will take the stage to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl . She'll be the first bona fide pop superstar to sing the anthem since 2013, when Alicia Keys did it. The last two anthems were sung by Tony-winning Broadway star and actress Idina Menzel, and opera legend
Will Leonardo Finally Win the Oscar This Year?
Leonardo DiCaprio must be hoping the fifth time is the charm. The 41-year-old actor received his fifth Oscar nomination today for "The Revenant," and this year he is favored to win. It would be his first Academy Award. The star reacted graciously to his nomination. "I am so grateful to the Academy