Gwen Stefani has opened up about her divorce from fellow rocker Gavin Rossdale in the form of music, releasing an emotional song entitled "Used to Love You."
US Secretary of State John Kerry said he will engage Israeli and Palestinian leaders on the "basics" of administering Jerusalem's holy sites to try to calm tempers in the city.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said the technology giant's new music service has some 6.5 million subscribers.
Rap superstar Kanye West, who has drawn more attention recently for non-musical pursuits from fashion to the presidency, unexpectedly released two songs.
Weight Watchers shares more than doubled in value after US media star Oprah Winfrey said she will buy a 10 percent stake in the struggling company.
Barack Obama and his top aides struggled to fend off questions about Vice President Joe Biden's possible 2016 run, as rampant speculation threatened to eclipse the White House's political message.
Facebook followed in Google's footsteps and began warning users when it appears they are targeted by state-sponsored cyber attacks.
US State Secretary John Kerry called for an end to the wave of deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence but said "Israel has every right in the world to protect itself".
President Barack Obama ordered the US government to take steps towards lifting sanctions on Iran, in accordance with the historic nuclear deal struck between six world powers and Tehran.
Gennady Golovkin (33-0, 30 KOs), WBA Super, IBO and WBC Interim middleweight champion has taken part in the final press conference with the IBF titleholder David Lemieux (34-2, 31 KOs) in New York.
Kazakhstani figure skater Denis Ten is training for the upcoming season in the USA.
American rappers Mario Ruiz and Omaz Cruz have released their third video God Of War dedicated to Gennady "Triple G" Golovkin.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called the Israeli and Palestinian leaders to express concern at recent violence and ask them to work to restore calm.
US President Barack Obama and his South Korean counterpart stressed their readiness to "engage" nuclear-armed North Korea Friday, albeit with conditions.
A longtime close aide to Hillary Clinton will testify behind closed doors before a controversial congressional committee probing a deadly 2012 attack on a US mission in Libya
YouTube Gaming ramped up its challenge to Amazon-owned Twitch by adding streamed play of mobile games and a new subscription option.
Thirty-six years after her tour truck was stolen, rock legend Patti Smith was moved to tears as a fan returned a bandana from her late brother and other items thought to have been inside the stolen truck.
NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said he welcomed President Barack Obama's decision to keep US troops in Afghanistan longer than planned as part of a "crucial" effort to support Kabul.
Hillary Clinton bested her challengers in the campaign's first Democratic presidential debate, but her biggest accomplishment may have been to neutralize a potential rival who was not even on stage.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter indicated the United States would maintain extra troops in Afghanistan beyond the end of next year.
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