January 18, 2018 9:27 PM Top-selling albums don't mean an album of the year win
Top-selling albums don't mean an album of the year win Michael Jackson's "Thriller" was the biggest-selling album of all time, and it was richly rewarded by the Recording Academy, earning a then-unprecedented eight trophies, including album of the year in 1984. Other best-selling albums have also been crowned with the top Grammy, including Santana's 51
January 16, 2018 5:09 PM 'The Bachelor': Who did Arie send home last night?
After last week’s tense confrontation between Latina dynamo Bibiana and Krystal, Bibiana was determined to make a connection with Arie Luyendyk Jr. in week three. Maquel, Jacqueline, Lauren B., Tia, Marikh, Bekah M., Bibiana and Krystal went on a group date in which the group trained to be wrestlers, with some guidance from original wrestlers from the 1980s hit television 61
December 22, 2017 3:22 PM Breath of fresh air: Romanian lawmakers aim to ban bad odors
BUCHAREST, Romania – Romanian lawmakers could end up smelling like roses, if they succeed in passing a law to ban unpleasant odors. Lawmakers from the opposition Save Romania Union on Friday submitted a "Smell Law" that aims to outlaw some of the country's most offensive stenches and includes fines for violators. A party statement says that despite clean 47
December 8, 2017 9:41 PM Young survivor in church shooting loves getting cards, family says
Ryland Ward, a 5-year-old survivor from November's church shooting in Sutherland Springs, is pictured with his mother, Joann Ward. She died trying to protect him and her three daughters. Ward is expected to stay in the hospital through Christmas and his family is asking people to send him cards this holiday season. Media tour the First Baptist Church 64
October 18, 2017 6:07 PM A-Rod & Mark Cuban: Best 'Shark Tank' Partners Ever, Says Gronk Bro
They're not just money partners, Alex Rodriguez and Mark Cuban have been actively mentoring Chris Gronkowski ever since making a deal for his Shaker Cup Company on "Shark Tank." Chris -- supported by Rob Gronkowski and the rest of his musclebound bros -- sold 15% of his Ice Shaker biz to A-Rod and Mark for $150k on Sunday's show (which was taped months 42
October 13, 2017 3:53 PM Patricia Arquette describes 'weird' Oliver Stone encounter
After a Playboy Playmate reportedly accused Oliver Stone of grabbing her breast, Patricia Arquette is speaking out, claiming the famed director made her feel uncomfortable. “Years ago Oliver Stone wanted me to do a movie. We talked about the material which was very sexual. The meeting was professional,” she wrote. “Then I received from him long stem jungle 57
October 9, 2017 1:23 PM Jimmy Beaumont, co-writer of 'Since I Don't Have You,' dies
Jimmy Beaumont, co-writer of 'Since I Don't Have You,' dies The lead singer of the doo-wop group the Skyliners, who co-wrote the iconic ballad "Since I Don't Have You," has died. Jimmy Beaumont was 76. Beaumont's family says he died in his sleep Saturday at his home in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Joe Rock would eventually manage the Skyliners. He was helping 50
September 22, 2017 9:48 PM Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s First Night As 'The Bachelor' 'Went Really Well'
Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s Bachelor experience is already coming up roses. "The first night went really well," a source told Us Weekly exclusively after Luyendyk Jr. began filming the ABC series on Wednesday, September 20. "The girls are fantastic. Arie is so engaged and sincere." As previously reported, franchise creator Mike Fleiss gave fans a first look of the professional 37
September 2, 2017 7:30 AM 'Bachelorette' Star Peter Kraus Can't Say (Yet) If He's the Next 'Bachelor'
Rachel Lindsay's runner-up on "The Bachelorette" won't say for sure if he's next to hand out roses for love -- but he's giving us strong signals he might be. We got Peter Kraus -- a fan fave who wouldn't take a knee for Rachel this season -- and asked if rumors that he's the next 'Bachelor' carry any weight. He doesn't necessarily confirm it, but he doesn't 61
August 31, 2017 6:23 AM Syrians adapt to exile in Jordan's 5-year-old Zaatari camp
ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan – Zaatari, Jordan's largest camp for Syrian refugees, is now five years old, underscoring the protracted nature of Syria's civil war. Zaatari's 80,000 residents try to cope by making the most of their tough situation. Among them is Alkhedawi al-Nabulsi, 63, who teaches art at a camp school as a way of helping children cope with war trauma 59