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Bassist Todd Harrell, formerly of 3 Doors, faces charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance and domestic violence. He previously served two years in prison for a deadly 2013 crash.
True love starts early: 'American Idol' Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery has married his longtime girlfriend Gabi Dugal. The couple met in kindergarten.
You didn't really think Eminem was going to back down because of a few negative Twitter comments, did you? After riling fans with "gunshot" sound effects at Bonnaroo, he repeated them at Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Del.
5 new books you won't want to miss this week, including David Hogg's '#NeverAgain'
Look for a new book on the Parkland shooting from David Hogg, plus a look at Donald Trump's children from a Vanity Fair writer.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z drop joint album 'Everything Is Love,' Twitter explodes with excitement
The superstar couple dropped a joint album Saturday titled "Everything Is Love" — and let's just say, fans are already in love.
The TV host said he was "blindsided" by Dykstra's account and denied sexually assaulting her in a statement obtained Saturday by USA TODAY.
Late night hosts didn't hesitate in talking about the reports Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving the White House during their shows Friday.
Moscow's Tchaikovsky Conservatory announced his death Saturday. It did not give details on where he died or the cause.
Spend your weekend reading 'First in Line: Presidents, Vice Presidents and the Pursuit of Power.' Plus more recommendations from our book reviewers.
In an interview with CNN's Van Jones, Kim Kardashian West said she wouldn't rule out a run for public office, adding "never say never."
A federal judge on Friday modified the bail conditions for Juelz Santana to allow him to play the first five shows of his upcoming 15-city nationwide tour. There's a catch: His mom must accompany him, and he has to wear an electronic ankle bracelet.
The website Nerdist has removed any and all references to its co-founder, Chris Hardwick, after seeming claims of sexual assault and emotional abuse surfaced against him on Friday.
The company moved to disassociate itself from its co-founder after Hardwick, a TV host on AMC and NBC, was connected to accusations of abusive behavior made by his ex-girlfriend, Chloe Dykstra.
Fox's "Lucifer" has been saved from cancellation hell by Netflix following an ardent social-media campaign by fans.