On This Day, February 26, 1985…At the 27th annual Grammy Awards, Bruce Springsteen took home his first ever Grammy, winning Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male for the “Dancing in the Dark.” The track was also nominated for Record of the Year... Read More.
(OWASSO, Okla.) -- Newly released body camerage footage shows Nex Benedict, a nonbinary 16-year-old who died one day after a physical altercation with several other students in a bathroom at their Oklahoma high school, describing what led up to the fight during an interview... Read More.
Santana's album Supernatural won a record-breaking nine trophies at the 42nd annual Grammy Awards, which broke the record held by Michael Jackson’s Thriller for most Grammys won by a single album in one night.Supernatural was... Read More.
If the first day is any indication, Elton John stands to make a bundle from the Christie's auction of the contents of his Atlanta, Georgia, home.The first day of the sale, February 21, brought in $8 million, according to
On This Day, February 22, 1989…The 31st Grammy Awards added a new category, Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance, but it was not without controversy.Jethro Tull won the award for their album Crest of the Knave, beating out... Read More.
On This Day, February 21, 1990 ...At the 32nd annual Grammy Awards, Bonnie Raitt took home four awards, including Album of the Year for Nick of Time. She also won for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female and Best Rock Vocal Performance,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Former President Donald Trump owes an additional $87,502 in post-judgment interest every day until he pays the $354 million fine ordered by Judge Arthur Engoron in his civil fraud case, according to ABC News' calculations based on the judge's lengthy ruling... Read More.
On This Day, February 20, 1974…Steely Dan released their third studio album, Pretzel Logic, which was the last to feature the full lineup of Donald Fagen, Walter Becker, Denny Dias, Jim Hodder and Jeff “Skunk” Baxter. Future albums... Read More.
(DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.)-- Steady rain and gusty winds in Florida prompted NASCAR to delay the start of the iconic Daytona 500 race until Monday, officials said.The race at the Daytona International Speedway, the official opening of the NASCAR Cup Series season, had been scheduled... Read More.
On This Day, February 16, 1974…Bob Dylan’s fourteenth studio album, Planet Waves, became his first album to hit number one on the Billboard Album chart.Recorded with his longtime collaborators The Band, Planet Waves includes the future classic “Forever Young,” which appeared on the record in two different versions. The album was originally supposed... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- Scott McAfee, the judge overseeing former President Donald Trump's Georgia election interference case, is set to hear arguments over motions to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, primarily over accusations from Trump co-defendant Michael Roman that she benefited financially from a... Read More.