The first draft of rocker Bruce Springsteen's handwritten "Born to Run" lyrics is auctioned.
Bruno Mars, Florida Georgia Line and Lorde are among the artists expected to be nominated.
Phil Collins says he is considering writing and recording new music.
The band cancels the Orion Music + More festival to concentrate on shows overseas.
Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Arcade Fire and Lorde all make the top 10 list.
The U.S. soccer team will compete in a tough first-round group at the 2014 World Cup.
The Houston Texans fire their head coach after the team's 11th straight loss.
Italian football wants Tim Tebow to come play for them.
No. 1 FSU hopes to move past the sexual assault allegations against QB Jameis Winston.
Seven-time All-Star catcher Brian McCann is the first piece in the Yankees rebuilding effort.
The now 16-year-old is back with a music video full of "Friday" references. Do you think this song is better or worse than her last viral sensation?
It's a good thing Morgan Freeman isn't narrating this video. The Internet might crash from awesomeness overload.
Benedict Cumberbatch reads the lyrics from one of the songs off R. Kelly's upcoming album "Black Panties."
The Internet has been busy trying to figure out why this fainting squirrel just can't stay awake. What do you think?
"Fast & Furious" filmmakers create a tribute to Paul Walker, who died in a car crash Saturday.
In two upcoming movies Penelope Cruz plays a barren wife, and a doomed fiancée, but her own family life is off limits.
Saturday marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which prompted the U.S. to declare war against Japan.
A look at the most popular digital downloads this week.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history on Dec. 7 and 8.
The Centers for Disease Control is urging people to ditch their seasonal "cannibal sandwich" tradition.
Getting rid of "man boobs" could be as simple as putting down that joint.
Get into the holiday spirit with these festive films! See a new feature every weekday.
A look at the holiday specials and movies airing this weekend.
Employers hired more workers than expected in November as the jobless rate fell to a five-year low.