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Every song on 'The Joshua Tree,' ranked from best to worst

With 'The Joshua Tree,' U2 didn't just become a superstar band. It rewrote the rules of superstardom.

Review: John C. Reilly outacts the ape in 'Kong: Skull Island'

The pop grandeur of the visuals and a scene-stealing turn from Reilly stand out in this combative reboot.

The story behind Norman Ohler’s drug-centric Nazi history

The novelist’s latest book, the nonfiction title “Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich,” was published in the U.S. on Tuesday.

U2 officially became rock gods 30 years ago with "The Joshua Tree"

Looking back at the release of ‘The Joshua Tree’ 30 years after it was released.

'The Joshua Tree' turns 30: Here's Newsweek's 1987 profile of U2

"U2 is turning itself into the rock phenomenon of 1987."

Rick Wakeman’s piano journey into Yes, Bowie

The legendary prog-rock keyboardist talks about working with David Bowie, touring with fellow Yes alumni Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and his animal rescue work.

In honor of International Women's Day, see portraits of brave Yazidi women who escaped ISIS

A new exhibition shares the suffering and strength of Iraq's Yazidi women.

How a parody women's magazine took over the world—or at least every 20-something's Facebook news feed

Reductress, a scathing satire site with a feminist bent, adapts to the Age of Trump.

Emma Watson is having to defend her feminism. Again.

The actor's comments about Beyoncé's music videos from 2014 resurfaced, after she responded to criticism over her own photoshoot.

How a little green book saved black lives on the road

A guidebook from the Jim Crow era often meant the difference between a hot meal and a vicious beating.

George Michael's cause of death revealed

The star died of issues related to his heart and liver, a British coroner announced Tuesday.

Animist wins appeal to thwart Christian prayer in public meetings

A federal court of appeals is siding with an animist who said members of a public board in Michigan violated the First Amendment by personally opening monthly meetings with Christian prayers.

Former teen heartthrob David Cassidy reveals dementia, quits touring

The onetime star of "The Partridge Family" reportedly struggled to remember the lyrics to songs during a weekend concert in California.

Tommy Page, former pop star and music executive, dead at 46

Page's "I'll Be Your Everything" went to No. 1 in 1990. He later became a record executive and publisher of Billboard magazine among other roles.

Robert Osborne, beloved TCM host and film historian, dies at 84

Osborne was an irrepressible advocate for the films of Hollywood's golden era.

'SNL' uses 'Forrest Gump' to poke fun at Sessions, Conway

"Run, Jeffrey, Run" Kate McKinnon said as the attorney in a cold open that focused on the real Sessions' controversy-filled week.

You're fired? No, I quit: Schwarzenegger announces departure from 'The Celebrity Apprentice'

In a thinly veiled swipe at President Trump, Schwarzenegger said he could not return to the show because of it's 'baggage.'

Oscars screwup gives 'Moonlight's' best picture award to 'La La Land'

A minute or two into the 'La La Land' cast and crew's celebration, producer Jordan Horowitz asked for quiet and said the real winner was 'Moonlight.'

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