Bruce Springsteen's daughter and her teammates Laura Kraut and McLain Ward lost a jump-off for the gold medal to Sweden.
The daughter of rock icon Bruce Springsteen joins Laura Kraut and McLain Ward in representing the U.S. in the equestrian jumping team final in Tokyo.
The long-running debate about the "Thunder Road" lyrics received a definitive answer.
Her debut at the Tokyo Olympics has been a long time comin'.
The tough rock ‘n’ roller was clearly emotional and wiped away tears toward the end of his show.
The 1984 hit contains lyrics critical of America from the point of view of a Vietnam War veteran, but it has long been misused as a patriotic anthem.
In their latest podcast, the two men noted that "narrow distorted ideas" about manhood had caused strife in both of their personal lives and in America.
Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge — consuming alcohol in the Gateway National Recreation Area, which is better known as Sandy Hook.
The former president brought up a long-ago instance when he'd fought with a schoolmate who'd called him a slur to hurt him.
Spotify's “Renegades: Born in the USA,” which debuted Monday, features the two men discussing “their lives, music, and enduring love of America.”