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Paul Stanley calls Dee Snider a ‘wannabe’

KISS star Paul Stanley has stirred up the feud between himself and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider by calling the colorful rocker's glam band "buffoons."


Johnny Cash documentary to follow his ups and downs

"Johnny Cash: American Rebel" tackles the "Ring of Fire" hitmaker's career highs and struggles with addiction.


The Who postpone their tour

The Who will be late to their own 50th anniversary tour.


Janis Joplin ‘guided’ movie about her, filmmaker says

The documentary "Janis" contains footage never seen before of the troubled teen from Texas who rose to world fame.


The Beatles’ Brian Epstein contract up for auction

The document, which formally bound the Fab Four to Epstein's management roster for five years, was inked by all five parties in October, 1962, two months after Ringo Starr joined the band as former drummer Pete Best's replacement.


Aretha Franklin wants to block concert movie

Bosses at the Telluride Film Festival were forced to pull the planned premiere of "Amazing Grace" when the singer's lawyers filed a last-minute motion in a U.S. District Court in Colorado late on Thursday objecting to the screening.


Gene Simmons Steps Up Internet Security After Police Raid

Kiss rocker Gene Simmons has stepped up his Internet security after police raided his home in a bid to trace an offender who downloaded child porn using the star’s wireless network.

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No. 25 Florida routs No. 3 Ole Miss & AP Top 25 scoreboard


All the scores from across the AP Top 25.

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Max Scherzer K’s 17 in second no-hitter this season

Max Scherzer

Only one batter reached base against Scherzer, and that came when third baseman Yunel Escobar bounced a throw for an error on Kevin Plawecki's leadoff grounder in the sixth inning.

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Early wake-up call Sunday for Dolphins, Jets in London

Miami Dolphins players and cheerleaders pose for a group picture with London schoolchildren during a training session Allianz Park in London, Friday Oct. 2, 2015. The Dolphins are preparing for an NFL football game against the New York Jets at London's Wembley stadium on Sunday. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)

The alarm will sound early Sunday for the Dolphins, and not just because they kick off against the New York Jets in London at 2:30 p.m. local time, which is 9:30 a.m. in Miami and New York.

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Louisville hoops program in scandal surrounding escort service for recruits

Louisville head coach Rick Pitino gestrues to his team during the second half of an NCAA tournament college basketball game against UC Irvine in the Round of 64 in Seattle, Friday, March 20, 2015. Louisville beat UC Irvine 57-55.

"To say I'm disheartened, disappointed would be the biggest understatement I've made as a coach," Louisville coach Rick Pitino said of the allegations during a Friday news conference.

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This weekend’s sports schedule


Here's a look at some of this weekend's big sporting events.

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