10 Things to Know for Today
Among 10 Things to Know: Suspect in Austin bombing attacks blows himself up; Boko Haram returns Nigerian kidnapped schoolgirls; Senators push for better security for 2018 election season
Songs by Bennett, Estefan being added to Recording Registry
Songs performed by Tony Bennett, Gloria Estefan and Run-DMC are among the 25 recordings being added this year to the National Recording Registry
Grammy Awards preview
Our music industry insider, Bruno del Granado, weighs in on this year's top contenders before Sunday's big show.
Russell Simmons stepping aside from companies amid sexual assault claims
Russell Simmons , the founder of hip-hop music label Def Jam Recordings and CEO of Rush Communications, is stepping down from his companies after a second woman came forward claiming he "sexually violated" her. Jenny Lumet, the screenwriter of " Rachel Getting Married " and "The Mummy" and the
'Growing Up Hip Hop' star Romeo Miller discusses explosive new season
Romeo Miller opens up about his family drama, his stint on "Empire" and the No Limit legacy.
Darryl McDaniels discusses his new music, his DMC comic book legacy and how he overcame suicidal thoughts
DMC's Darryl McDaniels discusses his memoir "Ten Ways Not to Commit Suicide," music and love of comic books.
Leslie Jones: Katy Perry's new album is 'off the chain'; admits she's 'very nervous' to host BET Awards
The comedian talks to "GMA" about hosting the awards show and how her appearance on "The $100,000 Pyramid" was "so exciting."
Beastie Boys' 'Licensed to Ill' Turns 30
Beastie Boys ' landmark debut album "Licensed to Ill" was released November 15, 1986 -- 30 years ago today. The album became the first rap record to top the Billboard 200, and has since been certified diamond for 10 million sales. Prior to recording "Licensed to Ill," Beastie Boys were a hardcore
DMC Talks New 'RUN-CITY' Collection
ABC News' Michael Rothman interviews DMC during the debut of the new 'RUN-CITY' collection.
Mom Transforms Sleeping Baby With Costumes Into Famous Characters, Celebs
Laura Izumikawa has dressed her daughter as Eleven of "Stranger Things," Cinderella and Jon Snow of "Game of Thrones."