Taylor Swift has Apple changing its tune. Hours after the pop superstar criticized the giant tech company in an open letter posted online, Apple announced Sunday that it will pay royalties to artists and record labels for music played during a free trial of its new streaming music service.
In a box-office bout of Tyrannosaurus-sized proportions, "Jurassic World" kept the No. 1 spot with one of the biggest second weeks ever, while Pixar's "Inside Out" nearly matched it.
Over a ton of confiscated ivory tumbled off a conveyor belt into a rock crusher in Times Square on Friday in a symbolic display highlighting an illegal trade that activists say threatens the survival of African elephants.
An appearance by Kim Kardashian on the National Public Radio show "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" has angered some listeners.
In an open letter to Apple, Taylor Swift has criticized the company's new streaming music service for failing to pay artists for a free three-month trial.
Eddie Van Halen has defended his decision to recruit his son Wolfgang as bass player Michael Anthony's replacement in Van Halen, insisting his former bandmate was musically challenged.
Justin Bieber and his mentor Usher are heading to trial over their hit song "Somebody To Love" after appeals court officials overturned a previous copyright infringement ruling.
Prince Harry has formally ended his full-time military service in Britain's army, wrapping up a career in which he qualified as an Apache helicopter pilot and completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
Toby Keith says he's not sure how to prevent tragedies like Wednesday's church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, but doesn't think stricter gun laws would make a difference.
For "Fifty Shades of Grey" fans, Thursday belonged to Christian.
Disney bosses have denied they are planning a third instalment of popular film franchise "The Princess Diaries."
New mother Zoe Saldana has shamed studio executives for handing out extravagant "perks" to male actors, while refusing to pay for childcare for working moms.