Late rapper Juice WRLD's cause and death have been revealed, Fox News has confirmed.
Christian rapper TobyMac's son Truett Foster's cause of death has been ruled an accidental drug overdose.
It takes a lot to impress Rick Harrison these days, but he refuses to back down from a challenge.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is opening up following the death of his father, Rocky Johnson.
A wrongful death lawsuit filed by Prince's family members has been quietly dismissed in recent months.
A list of the beloved celebrities we've lost so far in 2020.
Folk singer-songwriter David Olney has died after he suffered an apparent heart attack Saturday while performing at the 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., a fellow performer said.
Celine Dion's mother, Thérèse Tanguay-Dion, has died. She was 92.
Walmart issued an apology to the late actor Paul Walker’s "family, friends and fans" after users found a tweet from the chain’s official Twitter account to be insensitive.
"King of Queens" actress Norma Micheals has died at age 95.
Rocky "Soul Man" Johnson, former WWE star and father to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, has died at the age of 75.
Posthumous inductees Whitney Houston and The Notorious B.I.G. will lead a new class into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, joined by Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, Nine Inch Nails and T-Rex.
Larry Birkhead can still vividly remember the last time he spoke to the love of his life.
Actor Stan Kirsch, best known for his role as Richie Ryan on the original “Highlander” TV series, was found dead at his home in Los Angeles.
It's been a rough few days for Martina McBride.
TobyMac is honoring the memory of his late son with new music.
Many within the music industry and beyond are taking to social media to pay their respects to the effervescent musician.
Neil Peart, the legendary drummer for the popular Canadian rock trio Rush, has died at age 67, the band announced Friday.
Alexis Eddy, known for her role on the MTV series "Are You The One?" was found dead in West Virginia. She was 23 years old.
Buck Henry, the Hollywood screenwriter known for “The Graduate” and “What’s Up, Doc?” and who co-created the TV comedy series “Get Smart,” died Wednesday night in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack, according to a report. He was 89 years old....