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Kate del Castillo shares her side of what happened during 'El Chapo' meeting
The Mexican actress opens up about her and Sean Penn's notorious meeting with drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, now the subject of a Netflix documentary.
Revelations about music legends Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger
The new book "Sticky Fingers" chronicles the life of Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann Wenner and sheds light on music greats.
Kate del Castillo tells her side of 'El Chapo' story
The Mexican actress opens up in a new Netflix documentary about her infamous meeting with drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and Sean Penn.
New Montgomery Gentry song, 'Better Me,' debuted at Troy Gentry's funeral
To bid a final farewell to deceased country singer Troy Gentry, the other half of his duo, Eddie Montgomery, has released a new song from their forthcoming album, called "Better Me." Gentry -- who died at age 50 in a Sept. 8 helicopter crash -- and Montgomery made up the award-winning country duo,
Michael Jackson's 'Bad' released 30 years ago
Michael Jackson 's "Thriller" was the biggest-selling album in music history, but the King of Pop managed to follow it up in grand style. Thirty years ago today -- on August 31, 1987 -- his album "Bad" was released. "Bad" was Jackson's first album in which he had a hand in writing nearly all of the
Rapper Kidd Creole pleads not guilty to murder
A grand jury returned a second degree murder indictment against hip hop pioneer Nathaniel Glover, aka “Kidd Creole,” who pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday at his arraignment in Manhattan Supreme Court. Glover was remanded and ordered back into court Sept. 6 for defense motions and a
Trump's long history of calling women 'crazy,' attacking their appearances
President Donald Trump made insulting comments about MSNBC personalities Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough today on Twitter, calling Brzezinski "crazy" and claiming she was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" a few months ago. This is far from Trump's first attack on a woman, and his relationship
University of Virginia fraternity settles with Rolling Stone over retracted campus rape story
A University of Virginia fraternity has agreed to settle a defamation lawsuit it filed against Rolling Stone magazine after the publication of a now-debunked and retracted story about an alleged on-campus rape, the fraternity announced. "The Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity has
Amy Robach Biography
Amy Robach was named News Anchor for ABC’s “Good Morning America” in March 2014. Since joining ABC News, Robach has traveled nationally and internationally to cover major news events. She reported from Brussels on the terrorist bombings in Belgium, Orlando, Florida on the mass shooting at Pulse
Loretta Lynn remains hospitalized in Nashville after suffering a stroke
Country music legend Loretta Lynn remained hospitalized in Nashville on Saturday after suffering a stroke on Thursday night, a publicist for her record label confirmed. Maria Malta , a publicist with Sony Music, told The Associated Press that there was nothing to add about the singer's condition