The band, which once displayed a swastika onstage, denies that it supports Nazi politics.
The song is called "Time Spent Looking At my Phone," and it is frighteningly real.
Larry Fuss, the president of Delta Radio, lashes out at Swift fans in a leaked email rant—and defends the radio DJ accused of assaulting her.
Trump's speech gets remixed: "I believe strongly in lying and lying and lying."
This year's Grammys overwhelmingly celebrated male musicians—and Lorde was blocked from performing solo.
Kendrick Lamar could be the third rap artist to win Album of the Year in Grammy history.
The only constant member of The Fall—an influence to thousands of bands—was 60.
Director Jordan Peele has accomplished the impossible: He got the Academy to pay attention to a horror movie.
One year ago, Donald Trump took the oath of office. Since then, he has obsessed over Hillary Clinton, tweeting about his 2016 rival more than 75 times.
Shortly before she died in December, Rose Marie spoke to Newsweek about her long, illustrious career.
Oprah's enormous following is "like a religious movement," says a professor who studies charisma in politics. Yes, she could really win a presidential race.
Donald Trump’s foul mouth is forcing family-friendly newspapers to start publishing profanity.
After nearly five years in Fifth Harmony, Cabello is finally going solo. The album is out Friday.
One professor wrote a book titled 'Fire and Fury' in 2009. Now his book is on several Amazon bestseller lists. He's thrilled.
How an absurd fake excerpt from the new Trump book went viral—and confused the hell out of Twitter.
First Amendment experts are disturbed by Trump's attempt to block Michael Wolff's new book from being published.
Drake and Kendrick Lamar were among the most popular artists of 2017, according to a new report from Nielsen.