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We got a preview of how this combustible duo would work together when Brian May appeared on Tony Iommi's self-titled 2000 solo album. Continue reading…
We've collected over thirty years' worth of vintage magazine ads and promotional posters from the mighty Metallica. Continue reading…
Select issues of Marvel Comics titles will put some of the publisher's best-loved characters in the middle of classic rock album covers later this year. Continue reading…
As the members of Survivor began preparations for their third album, they knew they still had a lot to prove. Continue reading…
Some of Toronto's most famous rodents now have new names, courtesy of three of the city's favorite rock 'n' roll sons. Continue reading…
Entertainment News
Amber PortwoodAmber Portwood knows all too well that the truth hurts. During Monday night's season finale of Teen Mom OG, cameras followed the reality star and Matt Baier as they headed to Los...
Grant Hill, Jada Pinkett SmithHoop, there it is! The first-ever NBA Awards, hosted by Drake, on TNT are airing live from Basketball City in New York, featuring the traditional season-ending awards. Some of the awards...
The Bachelorette, Rachel LindsayWelcome one, welcome all to the most dreaded Bachelorette night of this season. Normally, the two-on-one is the most anticipated night since watching two contestants face off is usually...
Ricky Martin, Jwan YosefRicky Martin's wedding is going to be one to remember. Close to seven months after the "Livin' La Vida Loca" singer announced he was engaged to Jwan Yosef, the couple...
 Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, Drake Drake's smile says it all! The Views rapper stepped out Monday evening in New York City to host the 2017 NBA Awards, but instead of walking the red carpet solo, one stunning lady...
WORLD NEWS
The Senate Republican health care bill teetered on the edge of collapse Monday evening after the Congressional Budget Office released a devastating report on its impact and multiple Republicans announced they would not vote to advance the legislation.
The Senate Republican health care bill would leave 22 million fewer Americans with health insurance by 2026 than under Obamacare, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said Monday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is facing a major test this week. Since revealing the details of the Republican health care plan, McConnell has watched as a number of important senators in his own party announced their concerns or opposition. Some, such as Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, have urged him to postpone the vote based on the assumption that, at this moment, it would not pass the upper chamber where the majority only has a slim 52 seats.
Senate Republicans rolled out their health care plan Thursday, and within hours the bill was already on shaky ground.
Sen. Chuck Schumer slams the Republican health care bill after the CBO report showed the GOP replacement would leave millions more without health insurance by 2026.