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Joe Cocker, gravelly voiced rock star, dies at 70

Joe Cocker, a musician best known for hits such as "With a Little Help From My Friends," "Have a Little Faith," and "You Are So Beautiful," has died.

Cocker died at his home in Colorado on Monday after a battle with lung cancer, his agent's ...

A different kind of Santa Claus on 'Doctor Who'

"Do you believe in Santa Claus?" You may have an opinion after this year's "Doctor Who" Christmas Special.

Like all of Steven Moffat's best writing, it's a multilayered episode to be enjoyed by children and discussed between adults. There are ...

Drugs, paranoia, bananas and 'Vice'

Thomas Pynchon is America's best-known baffling, sometimes-infuriating, writer: His 1973 postmodern opus, "Gravity's Rainbow," both won the National Book Award and caused the Pulitzer Committee to cancel that year's fiction prize after it found ...

New from: Nicki Minaj; J. Cole; Gina Sicilia

Nicki Minaj

The Pinkprint

(Cash Money 2 1/2 stars)

Nicki Minaj's third proper solo album is an overabundant mess, an occasionally wildly entertaining collection that can't make up its mind what it wants to be. Opening tracks "All Things Go," "I...

'Twilight Zone' ready for New Year's Eve marathon

Before the sappy "Twilight" movies there was another "Twilight" that shone far brighter and lasted far longer. It was, of course, Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone," which makes its 20th yearly orbit on the Syfy Channel's marathon on Dec. 31.