The music industry is modern-day "slavery." Record labels are running a "shell game." Music streaming is sucking artists dry. And rights-management groups are nothing more than "collection agencies" that fail to pass along any real money to artists. At least, that's how Prince sees it. In a private sit-down with...
So rather than take the hit back in August, he used the grand jury for political cover. He could just say: "See, it was the grand jury, not me, who said there wasn't enough evidence for an indictment. They did it, not me. I was just seeking the ...
The death in 2009 of superstar Michael Jackson, who died of cardiac arrest at the age of 50, sent shockwaves around the world. Editor's note: Bryan Monroe is Washington editor/Opinion for CNN. He was previously the editorial director for Ebony and Jet magazines and helped lead a team in Biloxi, Mississippi, to the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Hurricane Katrina.