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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Launch World Tour With Ecstatic, Emotional Tampa Show

Their first concert in six years featured new songs, deep cuts, hits, and a moving speech about losing friends and the cruel passage of time

  • Back on E Street

The 25 Most Stylish Musicians of 2023

Doja Cat flexed her wicked sense of fashion alchemy, Beyoncé brought disco trends back, and Blackpink applied for a full-time gig as "coolest band on the planet" — here are artists who have taken sartorial genius to a new level

  • Fashion's Heavy Hitters

James Cameron Finally Admits ‘Jack Might Have Lived’ After Lab-Testing ‘Titanic’ Raft Theory

In the NatGeo special Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron, the director tests the raft theory in a lab to prove once and for all whether Jack could’ve lived

  • IT’S OVER, FOLKS

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Fighting Back

Eight Women Say the Same Man Raped or Assaulted Them. Now They’re Out for Justice

When the system failed to help them, these survivors banded together and took matters into their own hands

Lawlessness and Disorder

Trump’s Killing Spree: The Inside Story of His Race to Execute Every Prisoner He Could

Before 2020, there had been three federal executions in 60 years. Then Trump put 13 people to death in six months

Year in Review

The 100 Best Songs of 2022

Bad Bunny, Beyoncé, Steve Lacy, Pharrell, and Quavo and Takeoff were just some of the artists whose songs this year we won't forget

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How boygenius Became the World’s Most Exciting Supergroup

On their own, Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus are three accomplished singer-songwriters. Together, they're a one-of-a-kind band powered by friendship, sick books, and sicker songs

VOICES OF THE AGES

The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time

From Sinatra to SZA, from R&B to salsa to alt-rock

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