A new report finds millions of seniors, a majority of them women, are going hungry. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
A Washington think tank celebrated Prince Harry on Monday night for his humanitarian efforts, with the British royal deflecting the praise by offering his own salute to wounded war veterans.
The "Playing for Change" foundation has millions of followers and more than 150 musicians from 25 countries.
Sara Shaw with Occupy DC talks about a noon deadline for protesters to vacate two parks on Monday.
You might associate music festivals with muddy fields and heaving crowds, but Mali's "Festival au Desert" is a world away from all that.
Music lovers from around the world gathered in the desert outside Timbuktu, Mali, for a truly unique festival.
[Updated 4:45 p.m. Monday, January 23] The photo above shows a couple of Swiss soldiers shoveling snow in Davos, Switzerland.
Foster the People has done what many bands strive to do: make commercial indie-sounding pop, which is kind of an oxymoron, like "jumbo shrimp" or "daily special."
Foster the People cap a breakout year with two Grammy nods and open dialogue about teen violence with "Pumped Up Kicks."
Celebrities are no strangers to charity work: Bono created his ONE campaign to fight global poverty, Angelina Jolie travels the world as a United Nations good will ambassador, and the recently named "Sexiest Man Alive" Bradley Cooper reportedly donated thousands of dollars worth of winter clothing to homeless people in Philadelphia, where he's filming his latest movie.
Tim Tebow has quickly become a superstar in the world of football. But who are the stars that he likes to watch?
Eight years ago, I suffered a life-threatening complication after delivering my daughter. I was fortunate to have access to health care providers who managed the situation. The experience set me on a path to ensure that geography alone no longer determines whether or not childbirth is deadly for women and infants.
"Making Achtung Baby is the reason we're here now," Bono says early on in Davis Guggenheim's new U2 documentary, "From The Sky Down," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday night.
U2 frontman Bono is usually lauded as one of the world's most vocal anti-poverty campaigners but at Glastonbury Festival on Friday he instead found himself the target of criticism at his band's alleged efforts to avoid paying millions of euros in taxes.
In 2009, rockers U2 performed on a rooftop in London to mark the launch of their album, "No Line on the Horizon".
CNN's Maggie Lake talks to the man charged with turning the much maligned Broadway production around.
The first iteration of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," which started previews last November, became a national punchline thanks to its constant cast injuries, budget problems and an incoherent plot.
If "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" can rise above devastating reviews and headline-grabbing injuries, much of the credit will go to director Philip William McKinley.
In one of his most candid interviews ever, Microsoft founder Bill Gates (the world's second-richest man) revealed personal details never heard before, along with a little tidbit that he was probably supposed to keep secret.
U2 frontman Bono hitches a ride with NHL player Gilbert Brule. Affiliate CTV reports.
When Bono wrote the song "Walk On," he probably wasn't foreshadowing wandering the streets of Canada at the mercy of a passers-by.
The next issue of Rolling Stone -- on stands and in the digital archive on May 13th -- celebrates Bob Dylan's 70th birthday (happening on May 24th) by ranking his 70 greatest songs.
"Like a Rolling Stone" (Highway 61 Revisited, 1965) By Bono
The actress hits the red carpet to promote her new film, This Must Be the Place
U2 have been announced as the headliner for the first night of the 2011 Glastonbury festival, one of the world's largest outdoor music events.
The opening of the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark" has been postponed for the fifth time, making the new opening night March 15, its producers said.
In December, theatergoers coming out of the "Spider-Man" musical have mixed reactions to the high-flying experience.
CNN's Susan Candiotti talks to aerial dancers about safety in the wake of cast member injuries in "Spider-Man."
A Broadway actor who fell more than 20 feet during an aerial stunt in the musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," will attend Friday's 8 p.m. performance as a spectator, according to show spokesman Sam Corbett.
A Broadway actor who fell more than 20 feet during an aerial stunt in the musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," has been released from a rehabilitation center in New York, a show spokesman said.
The troubled musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" announced a replacement early Tuesday for Natalie Mendoza, who played villainous Arachne but officially dropped out after suffering a concussion during a performance last month.
State lawmakers and safety advocates met with crew and cast members of the troubled Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," which will resume its performances Thursday night.
The troubled Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" has canceled its Wednesday performance to give the company more time to rehearse new safety measures following an incident in which a performer fell at least 20 feet during a show, a spokesman said.
Performances of the troubled Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" are scheduled to resume Thursday evening after a performer was injured during a show, a spokesman said.
Concerns mount as a fourth actor is injured while performing, and Wednesday night's performance is canceled
The fall that seriously injured an actor in the stage musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was caused by human error, an actors' union said Wednesday.
The stage musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will have new safety protocols when it reopens Wednesday night, following an accident in which a performer fell and suffered serious injuries during a preview, officials said.
After years of financial and technical problems, the $65 million "Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark" -- featuring music by Bono and The Edge -- finally had its first public preview Sunday -- and by most accounts, it was a dud. And now the Foxwoods Theater, which is hosting the show, may be in the market for a new musical, according to The New York Times.
Bono, U2's lead singer, celebrates the release of Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar but makes a plea for more action.
While Myanmar's military rulers ordered Aung San Suu Kyi detained for two decades, legendary rock band U2 gave her a voice -- in the form of the hit song "Walk On" -- on the world stage.
Myanmar's ruling military junta freed democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest Saturday to a throng of joyous supporters who rushed toward her house once the gates were opened.
Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize winner and political dissident in Myanmar, may be freed after years of house arrest.
Armed with a camera and an eight-foot brush, French photographer JR strides across the rubble of an old Shanghai neighborhood.
Paris' boulevards and Shanghai's streets have been the canvas for "JR", the French TED Prize-winning street artist.
Two days after U2 opened their European summer tour, on August 6 at Olympic Stadium in Turin, Italy, the band's singer, Bono, sat in his home near Nice, France -- his back to the early-afternoon sun and Mediterranean sea breezes pouring through the open windows -- and spoke excitedly and gratefully of his life over the previous few months: the moment he felt something go very wrong in his back, while in training for a North American tour; his emergency operation on May 21 in Munich for a herniated disk in his spine; the six weeks he spent in a hospital bed; and his entrance on stage in Turin, to the furious-guitar strains of "Return of the Sting Ray Guitar," one of the many new songs U2 have been writing and recording in recent months.
Michael Been of the 1980s alt-rock band The Call -- and father of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Robert Been -- died Thursday. He was 60.
You know the characters, but you might not know their full names. Store these away for future trivia nights.
When you discuss fashion, you have to acknowledge that no strict rules apply to everyone.
The U2 frontman is healing after having surgery on his back
U2 lead singer Bono has been discharged from a German hospital where he was treated for a back injury, concert promoter Live Nation said Tuesday.
The U2 singer was injured during tour-preparation training
Bono has roadies to do his heavy lifting, but the U2 lead singer somehow suffered a serious back injury while preparing for his upcoming U.S. tour, according to the rock band's website.
The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank needed a way to tell the world about its work. Shawn Ahmed wanted to continue the video storytelling he'd begun on behalf of the poor in Bangladesh.
Moments after marine explorer Sylvia Earle finished her passionate plea to preserve vast stretches of the world's oceans at last year's TED conference, a foundation executive walked up to her and pledged a million dollars for the cause.
He jokes through the nominations; plus he reveals what he'll personally deliver on in 2010
Among the many blessings I've encountered in several years in the music business is the ability to use my voice to raise awareness for issues and to help others.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- For his final game in The Swamp, Tim Tebow chose two verses from the book of Hebrews to highlight on his eye black. The first verse said this:
She looks like Rock 'n' Roll Barbie -- cascading blonde locks, cute little upturned nose, a cherry red electric guitar she calls "Pepper." Then she rips into the solo from "Beat It."
She dates Chuck's Zachary Levi and grew up in Hollywood, for starters
Charlize Theron and PenÃ©lope Cruz join Bono to belt out "Stand By Me"
U2 fans braved the frigid cold serenading each other with old hits as they waited hours for the band to show up Tuesday. They were not disappointed.
Getting an exclusive broadcast interview with all four members of U2 was the easy part. Getting an advance copy of their new CD required a bit more strategizing.
CNN speaks with all four members of U2 about their new album -- and each other. Denise Quan has the story.
Where in the world is Tom Freston? A lot of people have been asking that question ever since the day in September 2006 when Freston fell off the face of the media world.
The country star says he's having "a great time" being a dad to daughter Evalyn Day
Garth Brooks, Jamie Foxx and Stevie Wonder will also perform at Sunday's all-star event
An audience of millions watched Cher drop a verbal bomb when she uttered the f-word on an awards show. Bono said it, too, a year later, and Nicole Richie uttered it and s--t in the same sentence.
The rapper uses a stint as guest editor of King magazine to get serious about voting
Grammy award winning U2 front man Bono talks about his organization and politics with CNN's John Roberts.
Global activist and U2 frontman Bono attended the United Nations General Assembly in New York to push world leaders to join his ONE campaign in fighting disease, poverty, and hunger. He talked to CNN's John Roberts on "American Morning" about recent successes and what's next.
As the Sticky and Sweet tour rolls into Nice, Madonna settles into life on the road
The Material Mom opens her flashy Sticky & Sweet outing in Wales
The star cruises the Mediterranean, baby-sits and even helps with the cooking
Billions of people have not been able to benefit from the miracle of the free market. Here's how corporations can change that
The former SNL star ties the knot in Yosemite with model Sunshine Tutt
To spend time in public with Suze Orman is to see how famished Americans are for financial advice they trust - and how much they trust Suze. In the 150-foot walk from Money's offices to the elevator, Orman leaves a wake of FedEx couriers, passers-by and office workers thanking her for helping them right their money lives. "You'd have thought Bono was here," marvels one editor.
"Life is great," Bloom says with his girlfriend by his side
The best mutual fund manager around - a.k.a. Ken Heebner of Capital Growth Management - looks restless. He is sitting in a conference room at Goldman Sachs's Boston office, listening to a young analyst pontificate about all the trends he thinks will sweep the markets in coming years. Oil demand outpacing supply. The rapid growth of agriculture. The increased sway of sovereign wealth funds. And on and on.
The star joins Prince Albert and U2's The Edge for the rocker's big day
Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates announced a new direction Friday as he pledged $306 million in grants to develop farming in poor countries, leading the charge for corporate responsibility at a major meeting of business chiefs.
"I am not just a noise polluter, I am a noise-polluting, diesel-soaking, gulfstream-flying rock star."
Naomi Klein's 2000 book "No Logo" galvanized a generation to resist the lure of brands and corporatization.
Bye bye Birkenstocks.
"The sun was shining ... so were the people, and so were the bands," U2's Bono said after coming off stage, one of the undoubted major stars of "The Global Jukebox," Live Aid 1985.
For years, Bob Geldof balked at recreating the 1985 Live Aid event because he thought he couldn't top himself.
Esteemed tech investor Roger McNamee has some advice for your kids: Study Chinese.
When not working on his day job -- lead singer of Irish rock band U2 -- Bono uses his celebrity status to fight for human rights, Third World debt relief and AIDS funding.
An Hour: Old meets new at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Royal Hospital, Military Road, Kilmainham, 353-1-612-9900). On a sylvan hill, the former Royal Hospital, built in 1684 and modeled after Le...