Rubio Criticizes Snoop Dogg Over Trump VideoSen. Marco Rubio said that Snoop Dogg shouldn't have shot a toy gun at a clown dressed as President Trump in a music video released over the weekend. The video shows a gun that releases a flag with the word "bang."
Election Day: 9 States Voting On MarijuanaOn this election day, nine states will vote on proposals to expand legal access to marijuana.
2016 Jazz Fest Attendance Drops After Wet WeekendRain over the second weekend of this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival caused overall attendance to drop from the previous year's total.
Texas R&B Singer-Songwriter Leon Haywood Dies At 74Leon Haywood, the silky smooth R&B singer-songwriter and producer whose 1975 single "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You" was famously sampled by Dr. Dre and others, has died.
The Week: Thank You's For Letterman & Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood'This week, we say our final goodnight to a late-night legend and a pop star’s new music video brings some star power
Texas' Top Officer Disses Snoop DoggTexas' chief law enforcement official called Snoop Dogg a "dope smoking cop hater" before reprimanding a state trooper who posed for a picture with the rapper.
Trooper Reprimanded For Photo With Snoop Dogg Files LawsuitA Texas trooper has sued his bosses after he was reprimanded for taking a picture with rapper Snoop Dogg at South by Southwest.
DPS Trooper In Trouble Over Snoop Dogg PhotoA Texas trooper is in trouble for a picture posted on social media.
SXSW To Feature Safety Changes, After 4 Killed Last YearSnoop Dogg, J. Cole and TV on the Radio will be there, but what's really getting attention at this year's South by Southwest music festival is safety.
Snoop Dogg Named SXSW Keynote SpeakerSnoop Dogg will be the keynote speaker during the music portion of the South By Southwest music festival later this month in Austin. Last year's keynote speaker was Lady Gaga.
#Trending In Entertainment: Kesha's Lawsuit & NPH Is Hosting The OscarsThis week, a pop star files a lawsuit, the Oscars are already on the road to success, and television is breaking new ground (sort of).
Sterling Is The Bad Guy, Not SnoopThe most stunning part of today's show was our "redneck" discussion stemming from Snoop Dogg's attack of Donald Sterling. Sorry, I don't find the two comparable.