Combs' former partner, the singer Cassie, filed the federal lawsuit in Manhattan on Thursday. In it, she describes being drugged, raped, and forced to perform sexual acts with male sex workers.
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While bidders might not find a raspberry beret from a secondhand store, there will be the white, ruffled silk shirt he wore at the 1985 American Music Awards performing "Purple Rain."
The 90s R&B group said that the collaboration was a perfect fit because when the earworm first came out 25 years ago, people often thought they sang jingle anyway.
The biopic chronicles the life of long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, who swam from Cuba to Miami at the age of 64. NPR's Michel Martin talks to Nyad director Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi.
The pop music icon is taking a stand against the libraries and classrooms around the U.S. that have removed books due to claims of inappropriate content related to sexuality, gender identity and race.
The Grammy-winning bassist, bandleader and broadcaster talks about his love for music, family ties in the jazz world, and the thrill of sitting in with Wynton Marsalis as a teenager.
The Mexican singer's song, whose title means "If They Kill Me," is nominated for best singer-songwriter song at the 2023 Latin Grammys, which takes place Thursday in Seville, Spain.
This year, the Latin Grammys will be held outside the U.S., in Seville, Spain. The location raises larger questions about how the awards perpetuate inequalities related to race, class and colonialism.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Zach Condon, the creative force behind the band Beirut, about his new album Hadsel, and drawing inspiration from the dark winter of arctic Norway.