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VIDEO: 23 Dogs Who Love Halloween Costumes

Look how cute these dogs are in their Halloween costumes.


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The 10 Worst Halloween Candies

You know how it feels when you (or your child) spend two hours going door-to-door begging for treats only to find snack packs of pretzels and fruit snacks.


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8-Seconds of White Noise from Taylor Swift Topped the Canadian iTunes Chart

No, she’s not starting a foray into noise music. Yet.


Sia smiles as she finishes her performance at the Democratic National Committee LGBT Gala (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Sia Does ‘You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile’ For ‘Annie’ Soundtrack: Listen

Back in May, Sia revealed on Twitter the she and producer Greg Kurstin composed music and lyrics, respectively, for the film’s soundtrack.


Nicholas Petricca (2nd from L) and Walk the Moon (Courtesy of RCA)

Related Questions: Walk the Moon, ‘Shut Up and Dance’

In this edition of Related Questions, we tackle Walk the Moon’s runaway hit, ‘Shut Up and Dance.’


Jennifer Lopez (Gomillion & Leupold for Capitol Music Group)

Jennifer Lopez Finalizing Residency in Las Vegas

Jennifer Lopez will be the next superstar taking over The Strip in Las Vegas and is looking to rake in $40,000 more per show than Britney Spears.


Taylor Swift (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Taylor Swift Teases New Song ‘Never Go Out of Style’ in Target Commercial: Watch

Taylor clearly hearts New York. And, if you were that couple fighting outside her apartment, she might have written a song about you.


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There’s All Kinds of Color in Gwen Stefani’s Video for ‘Baby Don’t Lie': Watch

The whole thing feels like like “Hollaback Girl” by way of Coldplay.


In this photo provided by the Center For Disease Control (CDC) 15 May in Atlanta, GA, a micro biologist works in a maximum containment suit on an unknown virus in a Bio-level 4 lab. The CDC will use this facility to process specimens of the Ebola virus. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read CDC/AFP/Getty Images)

UNICEF Using Music to Educate Liberia About Ebola with ‘Ebola is Real': Listen

“We used songs as a medium of getting out the information to a wide segment of the population, through the best medium available in Liberia — radio.”



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