Arts and Entertainment Glory days: US singer Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen has scored his tenth UK number one album with High Hopes, beating the likes of David Bowie and Michael Jackson.

Justin Timberlake steals the show at the MTV VMAs, performing with 'N Sync for the first time in seven years

The one-off performance raised the roof at MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday

*NSync in 1999

Justin Timberlake and *NSync set to reunite at VMAs, say reports

The band were spotted at a JT gig last week

Tutankhamen’s tomb has been re-created and awaits installation

Radio review: Wow! How Did They Do That? - From King Tut and Jacko to the discovery of DNA

Tutankhamen is a long way from the minds of those embroiled in deadly conflict in Cairo, but when order returns, Egypt can have a new tourist attraction. In a workshop in Madrid, a life-size facsimile of the pharaoh’s tomb is ready to move to the Valley of the Kings, as soon as the powers-that-be give the nod.

As Equatorial Guinea’s forestry minister, Teodorin Nguema Obiang was paid $100,000 a year

Court fight to keep dictator's hands off Jacko's glove

The US government says the late singer’s stage prop was bought with dirty money

Taking the mic: Edinburgh Fringe favourite Bo Burnham

Edinburgh 2013: Bo Burnham - The wunderkind of comedy keeps his edge

"The problem with Bo Burnham is that he's 22 and better at what he does than anyone else in the world." So tweets one of the American wunderkind's fans after tonight's masterclass in stand-up and musical and physical comedy.

DJ Calvin Harris performs at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

Calvin Harris makes UK chart history with nine top 10 singles

Calvin Harris has broken chart history to become the first artist to have nine top ten singles from one studio album.

Jono Ma: 'Billie Holiday just glides and floats over the chaos'

Fantast band: Jono Ma, Jagwar Ma

'Billie Holiday just glides and floats over the chaos'

Michael Jackson pictured in 2006

Blogger banned from Michael Jackson wrongful death trial for taking photographs

A blogger has been banned from Michael Jackson’s unlawful death trial after being accused of taking pictures of jurors.

Weiner comes clean during Tuesday's press conference

Anthony Weiner, or should I say Carlos Danger? Now you can do a Weiner with the pervy NYC mayoral candidate sexting name generator

The disgraced former congressional representative chose an interesting 'nom de plume,' despite his real name doing the job perfectly

Jessie J in concert at the Tate Modern in June

Gig review: Jessie J- 'Her music was pleasant but rarely exceptional'

Castle Esplanade, Edinburgh

Bin Laden wore a cowboy hat to disguise himself

Don't you know who I am? Mr Toad may have escaped from prison as a washerwoman, but real-life incognitos seldom get disguises right

Bin Laden favoured a cowboy hat, but how does his ruse compare to other masters of disguise?

Chris Kelly has died at the age of 34

Kriss Kross rapper Chris Kelly died of a drug overdose, toxicology tests reveal

Tests have revealed that Chris Kelly of 1990s rap duo Kriss Kross died of a drug overdose.

TV review: Phil Spector, Sky Atlantic

David Mamet has always been a writer who prides himself on narrative craftsmanship. He builds a drama like a carpenter builds a chair, conscious of where the stresses are going to fall and looking for the best way to carry them. He's not above following a traditional blueprint either, which is why quite a lot of his dramas and screenplays have an old-fashioned sturdiness about them, the sense of a folk pattern adapted and personalised.

Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince testified in a legal dispute with AEG

Prince Jackson claims late father Michael thought This Is It rehearsals were going to kill him at wrongful death trial

Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince Jackson told a court that his late father had feared the gruelling rehearsal schedule for his This Is It Tour would be the death of him.

Prince Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Prince Michael Jackson II and Paris Jackson pictured in August 2012

Prince to testify in AEG trial four years on from Michael Jackson's death, as speculation is cast on children's paternity

Michael Jackson said he wished his children could have the normal, stable childhood that he never had.

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People who hear voices in their heads are being encouraged to talk back
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What the six wise men told Tony Blair

Months before the invasion of Iraq in 2003, experts sought to warn the PM about his plans. Here, four of them recall that day
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Smash hit go under the hammer

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The geeks who rocked the world

A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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