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Young George Michael and the Rise of Wham!: Part 1
The '80s band's frontman and composer led Wham! to pop music stardom, and the duo made history with a performance in China.
Donald Trump Meets With Former 2016 Rival Carly Fiorina
President-elect Donald Trump is holding meetings today at his eponymous New York City tower, and has met with one of his former GOP rivals for the White House: Carly Fiorina. Fiorina, a former CEO of Hewlett-Packard , said it was "an honor to meet" Trump, adding that they had a "really productive
Mick Jagger Welcomes his 8th Child
Rolling Stones frontman, 73, welcomed a baby boy with his girlfriend, 29, but he's not the only elderly father to have a baby recently.
Ready for Michelle? Political Committees Form In Support of Political Run by First Lady
While First Lady Michelle Obama and the president have repeatedly shot down the notion that the first lady would ever consider running for political office -- let alone the presidency -- that hasn't stopped political committees from filing with the Federal Elections Commission to support a
Evan Rachel Wood Speaks Out on Sexual Assault
The "Westworld" actress posted a public letter on Twitter revealing her ordeal.
TSA's Witty Instagram Showcases Weird, Scary Confiscated Items
On Rolling Stone's 100 best Instagram accounts to follow, TSA's account ranked number 4 between Beyonce and Rihanna.
Michael Buble's 3-Year-Old Son Diagnosed With Cancer
To the "Index" tonight. A major verdict this evening against rolling stone magazine. Finding them responsible for libel. Her article focused on a university of Virginia student, claiming they had been raped. Rolling stone has retracted the story. Michael Buble announcing his 3-year-old son has
Reporter , Rolling Stone Found Liable in UVA Defamation Suit
A jury has found Rolling Stone journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely, as well as the magazine and its publisher, responsible for defaming a former University of Virginia associate dean in a 2014 article about sexual assault on the campus. The jury concluded that the journalist, the magazine and its
Jury Begins Deliberating in Rolling Stone Defamation Suit
Jurors began deliberating this morning in a $7.5 million defamation suit against Rolling Stone magazine for its retracted story “A Rape on Campus,” written by journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely. The 10 jurors have to agree unanimously on whether statements in the article damaged University of Virginia