'Current Republican platform seeks the opposite of democracy'
Words presumably scrawled in blood at crime scene, say investigators
New service is first plan of kind for smartphones
New documentary spans iconic band's 50-year career
'I’m just an average kid who speaks for hundreds of thousands'
MTV goes back where it all began with September 6th special
Superbaked, supersized, superstar: How a husky high school football player became hip-hop's most lovable don
They played together during a 1998 South American tour
'Some nights I really enjoy doing stand-up, and other times I feel like Willy Loman'
How the most-loved team of the 1992 Olympics became 2012's villain
Rapper and passenger were treated for minor injuries
Fans around the world sent in photos, video for tribute clip
Three acts advance to finals; Neon Trees perform their single
Political rappers rally the youth with soul and grit
Band postpones Japan tour while guitarist recovers
Rocker pushes forward with affirming new collection of songs
'We're not really a political band,' says bassist Mark Stoermer
The veteran reporters on how free trade screws workers, the hypocrisy of Mitt Romney and their new book, 'The Betrayal of the America Dream'
Nearly 15 years after he walked away from his wildly popular sitcom, the comedian is still working on his second act