The late musicians are joined by Dave Matthews Band, Pat Benatar, The Doobie Brothers and Thin Lizzy as first-time nominees this year.
The news was announced on Monday's broadcast of "Hardball."
The veteran TV journalist busts a longstanding myth about the possible impeachment of the president.
The CNN anchor said the president tweets "all the time," but not about a video of a fake Trump murdering critics and the media.
The book “Catch and Kill” accuses the network of covering up alleged serial sexual abuse by former “Today” host Matt Lauer.
The former secretary of state and her daughter Chelsea staunchly defended the Duchess of Sussex amid the royal's lawsuit against a tabloid.
"This video isn’t a joke to his followers. And it will not be taken as such," she wrote of an animated clip that shows Donald Trump murdering media outlets and critics.
The former Senate Democratic leader says Trump is going to be a lot more formidable than his rivals might think.
The New York Times reports the video shows a fake Trump attacking versions of PBS and HuffPost, as well as a fake Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"I don’t really give a f**k because I’m getting paid money for it," says the "Game of Thrones" star in a clip that's going viral.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone tweeted that "like the NBA," "South Park" loves "money more than freedom and democracy."
This is a new era for the show, so why is it repeating an old faux pas?
The Joaquin Phoenix-fronted supervillain film generated over $93 million at the box office.
Robert D. Chain said he was going to kill the journalists because of the paper's "treasonous" criticism of Donald Trump.
An entertaining yet heart-wrenching show called "The Politician" debuts.
Fox News has remained quiet on her remarks, despite the network's condemnation of a commentator on a different show who called the 16-year-old "mentally ill."
HBO's fantasy juggernaut stands as the most-awarded narrative series in the history of the Emmys.
"Game of Thrones" and "Fleabag" were two big winners in a night full of upsets.