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The track features vocals from late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and the King of Pop.
Sitting down with legendary newsman Dan Rather, the rocker talks about everything from music to being misunderstood.
Americans are angry with the handling of issues ranging from healthcare reform to the rise of Islamic State militants.
A new analysis ties too much sitting at the computer or lying around watching TV to a greater risk of depression.
The "Dallas Buyers Club" actress is adamant she won't join her husband, actor Ben Affleck, on Twitter either.
Dozens of Michigan hearse enthusiasts will show off their casket-carrying cars this weekend during a parade through Hell.
Police are searching a car and an apartment at the Hessian Hills complex at the intersection of Barracks Road and Georgetown Road.
Gill beat out other country stars Kip Moore and Jake Owen to be named the best on the golf course.
UVA Police have sent out an alert concerning two possible sexual assaults near the University AFTER the disappearance of Hannah Graham. The incidents are being investigated by City Police.
Bono says the group is working with the tech giant to develop a new file format that cannot be copied.
The Hollywood superstar joined the singer onstage for several tracks, including a cover of Danzig's "Mother."
Here is a look at the big sports stories making news today, Friday, Sept. 19.
Jimmy Fallon is back with another lip sync battle, but this time he faces off against two of music's biggest names.
Looking for a new challenge, the "Breaking Bad" star single handedly recreates the entire MLB postseason.
Scotland spurned independence in a historic referendum that threatened to rip the United Kingdom apart.
The Atlanta Falcons blasted the Buccaneers 56-14 on Thursday with Devin Hester setting a record for touchdown returns.
A week-long manhunt continues for alleged cop killer Eric Frein, who was added to the FBI's "most wanted" list.
The U.S. Congress approved plans to train and arm moderate rebels to battle Islamic State.
Higher-than-expected birth rates and longer life spans are expected to cause the world's population will soar through the end of the 21st century.