The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer updates his most famous song for the age of COVID-19.
First the San Diego team Rickrolled the Boston fans, then they whipped the Beantown team 3-1.
The singer came out of retirement to perform for firefighters who have battled a horrific blaze.
One of the central challenges in fighting terrorism is vigilantly maintaining our open societies, public events and civic life in spite of real threats. Ironically, we will become more vulnerable if this vigilance were to weaken.
Making this moment even better, Diamond reportedly just showed up of his own volition. Diamond was in attendance for the
Secretary of State John Kerry -- who served as a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 1985 to 2013 -- made a major gaffe
The Red Sox began playing Diamond's hit song nightly in the eighth inning of home games in 2002, according to Boston.com
Reggie Deal is proving that you don't need the ability to see to love baseball. Deal was born blind but he's spent the last
On behalf of one Jew from the great state of New Jersey now living in the Hollywood Hills, I proudly pledge all of my non-existent delegates to a true American Idol among us, the next President of these United States -- Mr. Neil Diamond.