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Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker sang their pal's track "Theme for an Imaginary Western" at the rocker's funeral.
Young recorded with a full orchestra for his "Storytone" album, but didn't play anything himself.
Doris Turner says she's proud of her organization for its recently completed get out the vote efforts.
When a new U.S. Senate is seated, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) will find himself in the minority.
Illinois' state climatologist says October was considerably wetter than the month usually is.
The book will detail his rise to fame as one half of Simon & Garfunkel, his solo career, and his personal life.
This one is no joke! Police say a Pennsylvania man literally drove into a bar and tried to order.
The NBA will host service projects throughout this season at military bases around the United States.
The U.S. economy has produced more than 200,000 private-sector jobs for a record seven straight months.
Benedict Cumberbatch is engaged to theater director Sophie Hunter.
More than a quarter of texting drivers believe they "can easily do several things at once, even while driving."
The "Beautiful Day" hitmakers will perform for five nights on the show, beginning on Nov. 17.
The unreleased tune recorded before Mercury's death in 1991, will be on the group's upcoming "Queen Forever" compilation.
The former "Idol" runner-up was up against incumbent Republican Renee Ellmers in the state's 2nd District.
Veteran musician Gregg Allman was named a "living legend."
Here is a look at the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Nov. 5.
The Dodgers ace is a finalist for the MVP and the Cy Young Award as he tries to become the first NL player to sweep both honors since 1968.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice will begin appealing his NFL suspension in the hope he can return to the playing field.
The characteristic hardware of the high-tech frames could partially obstruct peripheral vision.
The key victories could fuel the legalization movement as cannabis usage is increasingly recognized by the American mainstream.