Here's a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Bill Cosby Age: 74 Occupation: Comedian, Actor, and Living Legend Known For: Producing and/or starring in many TV series including the groundbreaking '80s sitcom 'The Cosby Show,' winning slews of awards, and most recently weathering criticism for his outspoken views on race and culture
Richard Simmons Age: 63 Occupation: Fitness Personality Known For: His eccentric, flamboyant persona and his line of Sweatin' to the Oldies aerobics DVDs
It's always a national story when a former first lady dies -- but when Betty Ford passed away over the weekend at the age of 93, the news affected not only those who remembered her years in the White House, but the thousands of people whose lives were affected by her groundbreaking work in addiction therapy.
With its most recent album, 'Collapse Into Now,' a mere four months old, R.E.M. is already in an Athens, Georgia studio working on the follow-up -- and fans can follow their progress via a series of snapshots that singer Michael Stipe is posting along the way.
While players remain locked out by NFL owners, Adam "Pacman" Jones spent part of the weekend on lockdown.
The Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, whose well-documented legal troubles have resulted in league suspensions and criminal charges, was arrested Saturday night for disorderly conduct while intoxicated and resisting arrest.
Mr. 3000. Sure, it’s a bad movie starring the late Bernie Mac, but it’s also a new moniker for Derek Jeter, who became the 28th player in Major League history to notch 3,000 hits, courtesy of a home run Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Jeter, whose first career hit – a single -- came off of Seattle’s Tim Belcher on May 30, 1995, also has the distinction of being the first New York Yankee to reach the milestone.
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