Attorney General Eric Holder is urging first responders to use an overdose-reversal drug to help save lives amid a nationwide resurgence in heroin abuse, a public health scourge claiming the lives of celebrities and young people alike.

Folk singer Pete Seeger's life will be celebrated at the annual Clearwater Festival this summer.

Artists began picking through an array of stocks, barrels, revolver cylinders, trigger assemblies and other firearm parts spread across the floor of a New Orleans gallery Wednesday to mark the beginning of a project that will turn the weaponry into art.

Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Mike McFadden is taking aim at Democratic incumbent Al Franken in a hockey-themed cable television ad.

Fox News Channel says it's launching a weekday program called "Outnumbered," featuring four female panelists and one male panelist.

A coroner says blunt force injury to the head killed a socialite who was found in her home in a Colorado resort town.

Malcolm Young of AC/DC is taking a break from the band to focus on his health.

Inmates have rocked a Peruvian prison with a Holy Week performance of the musical "Jesus Christ Superstar."

IndyCar has fined driver Sebastian Saavedra $10,000 and placed him on probation through the Indianapolis 500 for a rules violation at Long Beach.

Chelsea Clinton says she's happy right now with her elected representatives — but might come for their jobs if that changes.

Neil Young has raised more than $6 million through a Kickstarter campaign to fund the singer-songwriter's digital music project PonoMusic.

The title character of "Jessie" heads in an unprecedented direction for a Disney Channel series: toward the altar.

Liberal rocker John Mellencamp wants conservative Republican Gov. Scott Walker to know he supports union rights and says Walker should think about that before using his songs on the campaign trail.

Jenny McCarthy had big news to share Wednesday on "The View": She's engaged to Donnie Wahlberg.

The Budweiser Made in America music festival is coming to Los Angeles, but who is performing and how the city will manage the two-day concert are still mysteries.

She's famous as an actress for "Clueless." But Alicia Silverstone is also famous for her sometimes controversial ideas about mothering, and now she's put those philosophies down in writing in a just-published book, "The Kind Mama" (Rodale).

Soccer is coming to some U.S. television networks better known for reality shows, dramas or financial news.

Miley Cyrus is canceling another concert and remains hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.

Lubbock and Texas Tech University officials have announced that Paul McCartney will perform in the West Texas city June 14.

A few years ago, Dave Morgan got a call from someone asking if he'd be interested in an assortment of oversize fake fruits and veggies. "I said, 'Of course.' Why wouldn't I?" said Morgan, artistic coordinator for Magik Theatre in San Antonio. He was pretty sure he'd find a use for it. And he was right. An enormous strawberry and a giant banana both factored into Morgan's elaborate set for last fall's staging of "Willy Wonka." The giant carrot, however, has yet to strut and fret its hour upon the stage. That's show biz. Live theater — which, in San Antonio, includes Magik, Overtime Theater, The Playhouse San Antonio and Sheldon Vexler Theatre, among others — frequently requires all sorts of odd and everyday items to make shows come to life. So theater companies' storage areas tend to be bursting at the seams with all sorts of stuff.

Saxophonist Wayne Shorter and composer-arranger Maria Schneider are each triple winners in the 2014 Jazz Awards presented by the Jazz Journalists Association.

Blues guitarist B.B. King wants his St. Louis fans to give him another chance after an erratic performance led to a stream of audience catcalls and early departures.

The Boston native who lived long and prospered as Spock in the "Star Trek" television show and movies is being honored by his hometown chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

This year's Maritime Days festival is expected to be scaled back amid a lack of funding and volunteers.

Romanian poet and translator Nina Cassian, who obtained political asylum in the United States after the Communist-era secret police found her critical poems scribbled in a friend's diary, has died in New York City. She was 89.

Novelist E.L. Doctorow will be honored with the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction.

ABC's "The View" will gather all 11 past and present co-hosts to salute Barbara Walters as she retires from daily television.

The one thing Daniel Radcliffe always has to adjust to whenever he's onstage in America is how happy Americans are to see Daniel Radcliffe onstage.

The children of musician Paul Weller won a privacy lawsuit Wednesday over paparazzi pictures published on a newspaper website.

The Utah Symphony has announced it will play against southern Utah's soaring red rocks and canyons this August.

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