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- Hillary Scott's conversation with God resonates with fansNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — When country trio Lady Antebellum announced a hiatus last year, singer Hillary Scott thought it was a good opportunity to finally work on an album of hymns with her equally talented musical family.
- Potter play hype shows the world is still mad about HarryLONDON (AP) — There are fans with wands and wizard costumes, midnight book parties and throngs of excited muggles. Harry Potter's magic is back.
- Elvis Presley's Guitar, Birth Document, Karate Gi Go to AuctionAn Elvis Presley guitar, his 1935 birth document, his .357 Magnum and his karate gi are among the 200 unique items heading to an August auction.
- When John Lennon's 'More Popular Than Jesus' Controversy Turned UglyRead full story of John Lennon's "more popular than Jesus" controversy, which sparked protests and death threats in summer of 1966.
- Watch Descendents Trash Rolling Stone's Greatest Punk Albums ListWatch Descendents members Karl Alvarez, Milo Aukerman, Stephen Egerton and Bill Stevenson critique 'Rolling Stone' Greatest Punk Albums list.