Jefferson Airplane vocalist-guitarist Marty Balin, who co-founded the San Francisco psychedelic rock band in 1965 and played a crucial role in the creation of all their 1960s albums, including Surrealistic Pillow and Volunteers, died Thursday at the age of 76.

Cher is down in Australia for a concert tour. However, her home was raided the other day where the son of an assistant was arrested for a drug-related offense.

Gwyneth Paltrow married Brad Falchuk over the weekend.

Mortgage rates are at a 7-year high.

The first episode of the new Murphy Brown reboot last Thursday night included a guest appearance by Hillary Clinton.

Michael Lewis, the author of "Moneyball" and "The Big Short," wrote in an article in The Guardian published last week that Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, was less than pleased with President Donald Trump's victory in the moments after he won the 2016 election.

A Jeopardy contestant last week used his time on TV to propose to his girlfriend in the audience. Her answer was, of course, "What is yes?"

UCLA basketball star Shareef O'Neal -- Shaq's son -- says he'll be forced to sit out this coming basketball season due to a heart issue that will require major surgery. He plans to return next year.

A new survey says that 1 in 4 of us have quit our jobs because of the bad commute.

CNN founder Ted Turner has revealed that he is suffering from Lewy body dementia, the same form of dementia that Robin Williams battled in the last few years of his life.

Ariana Grande was supposed to be the musical guest on SNL's season premiere over the weekend, but she canceled two days before because of "emotional reasons." She was replaced by Kanye West, who got booed for his pro-Trump comments.

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande's fans are concerned about her because of her recent tweets, which included such posts as "Can I please have just one OK day. Please?"


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