Mark Cuban will play the president of the U.S. in the next installment of the "Sharknado" franchise, the Syfy network announced Monday.» Read More
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A peek inside the world of Afrojack, the popular music DJ who has helped transform electronic dance music.
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The graffiti artist Banksy has hit New York City—and the city's enterprising hustlers have decided to capitalize.
Twitter queen Lady Gaga has made an art of data mining through social media. In the process she's revolutionized the music industry.
Americans plan to spend nearly $7 billion on Halloween this fall. And haunted houses have grown bigger and more elaborate.
British state press regulation will be hammered out this week after the U.K. government rejected a proposal from newspapers to regulate themselves.
Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas, has denied liability in the death of a woman who fell from a roller coaster called the Texas Giant.
In bringing together two collections of strangers for a low-pressure evening, start-up Grouper aims to disrupt the bar scene and one-on-one dating.
Tom Clancy, the best-selling author of "The Hunt for Red October" and other wildly successful technological thrillers, has died. He was 66.
Comedian Conan O'Brien has joined LinkedIn in hopes of becoming the site's most followed user, a ranking that belongs to British billionaire Richard Branson.
There's a battle brewing this weekend for television viewers, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Known for dominating on the basketball court, Shaquille O'Neal is now giving basketball ownership a shot.
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Will.i.am shares a childhood anecdote in which in uncle reprimanded him for a word he used and taught him the importance of "filling your mind with words".
Will.i.am says that the music industry should have grown and created tools such as Napster itself, and highlights that it's now repeating the same mistakes with iTunes.
Will.i.am tells Tania Bryer that the record company "didn't think there were hits" in Elephunk and how the group decided to ignore their advice and push ahead with the album.
Will.i.am reveals he started dreaming of taking his family out of his neighborhood when he was 13 after a canned food drive at his school made him realize he came from a poor background.
Will.i.am explains how being invited to the Queen's Jubilee was "emotional" and "overwhelming" as it impressed his grandmother, who remains his "Queen".