Willie Nelson's latest tour grounded to a halt on Saturday after a nasty bus accident in Texas sent two band members, including longtime drummer Paul English, to the hospital. Nelson was not on the bus.
Sarah Silverman is back with her first HBO special, "We Are Miracles," tonight at 10 pm ET. Last week she told interviewer Andy Borowitz, "I have very few vivid memories because I smoke a lot of pot."
Republican Florida Congressman Trey Radel was arrested for cocaine possession on Oct. 29. He pleaded guilty in Washington, DC Superior Court today.
Ever wonder what some of the great, deceased music legends such as Bob Marley, Elvis Presley and Jimi Hendrix would look like if they'd lived until today?
After four seasons, HBO's baseball satire, "Eastbound & Down," starring Danny McBride as aging pitcher Kenny Powers, ended its run on Nov. 17 with a great final episode.
Forty-three years ago on Nov. 17, Elton John recorded his first live album. It was released nearly six months later, titled simply "11-17-70." The opening track is a barn-burner, with John in great voice and playing a lively piano.
Jason Snelling was busted for marijuana possession by Georgia police Friday morning. Stopped for erratic driving in Winder, the fullback allegedly admitted to smoking pot earlier in the night. Police found a grinder on board.
Former Dallas Cowboy and Chicago Bear wide receiver Sam Hurd told a judge, “I do not have the IQ of a drug dealer,” before being sentenced to 15 years for conspiring to sell large amounts of marijuana and cocaine.