August 30th @ 12:03 AM GMT
E! Online The singing superstar took care of her civic obligation in Nashville this morning when she arrived at the criminal courthouse in (Entertainment)
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November 26th @ 4:16 AM GMT
Yahoo! British singer and 60s icon Marianne Faithfull paid homage to the victims of last year's Paris attacks in a concert at the Bataclan, singing a song she wrote about the tragedy. ''For me, this is an important concert, there are lots of things which I must mourn through music and through words,'' Faithfull, 69, clad all in black and supporting herself with a cane, told the crowd. The former wildchild then launched into ''They Come at Night'', which she wrote in her Paris apartment th... (Politics)
November 27th @ 5:49 PM GMT
Yahoo! Neither rain nor fatigue drained the energy of Cuban-Americans in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood who spent a second night celebrating the death of their archenemy Fidel Castro. The dancing and singing continued into early Sunday, well after crowds first spilled into the streets to celebrate as news of the 90-year-old revolutionary leader's death in Cuba was announced on Friday. ''I'm not tired of celebrating because I can't believe it, I never thought that this moment would arrive... (Politics)
November 28th @ 6:05 AM GMT
AP In each of the past five Saturday evenings, thousands of protesters have transformed a darkened avenue near the South Korean presidential palace into a sea of light, waving candles, glowing smartphones and battery-powered LED sticks, singing and shouting for Presid (World)
November 27th @ 8:55 AM GMT
Yahoo! Neither rain nor fatigue drained the energy of Cuban-Americans in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, who spent a second night celebrating the death of their archenemy Fidel Castro. The dancing and singing continued into early Sunday, well after crowds first spilled into the streets to celebrate as news of the 90-year-old Castro's death in Cuba was announced on Friday. ''I'm not tired of celebrating because I can't believe it, I never thought that this moment would arrive,'' said a ... (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 9:37 PM GMT
Yahoo! Cuban-Americans who loathed Fidel Castro celebrated tirelessly Sunday to mark his death, dancing, singing and honking car horns for the second full day. Crowds first spilled into the streets of Little Havana Friday night as news of the 90-year-old revolutionary leader's death in Cuba spread. The vast majority of those live in Miami and many saw Castro as a brutal tyrant. (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 11:22 AM GMT
Yahoo! Revelers dancing and drinking rum on Havana's famed seafront quickly dispersed and a popular club closed its doors on Friday night as news spread of the death of Fidel Castro, the revolutionary and Cuba's ''maximum leader'' for half a century. News rarely moves fast in Communist-run Cuba, where relatively few people have smartphones or mobile internet connections. A crowd of young men and women singing by the sea wall in the cool night air quickly turned somber when they learned that ... (Top Stories)
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