Ambassador to the US Jorge Argüello assured that that Argentines will continue to face vulture funds, and deemed them as “speculators who bet on usury.”
Michel Martelly, a charismatic singer with no government experience, was sworn in as Haiti's president today, shouldering a daunting task of reconstruction in the poor, earthquake-battered nation.
Recovering from a surgery to remove a cancer tumor, Venezuela president Hugo Chávez expressed his condolences over the murder of Argentine singer Facundo Cabral in Guatemala city.
Rock band Stone Temple Pilots today said they had fired singer Scott Weiland - a decision which appeared to have surprised the band's founding member and the voice behind the its biggest hits of the 1990s.
Former Temptations singer Richard Street died of a blood clot in a lung in a Las Vegas hospital at the age of 70, his widow said today.
US R&B singer Bruno Mars grabbed the top spot on the Billboard 200 album chart today for the first time after discounted online prices boosted sales of "Unorthodox Jukebox" some four months after its release.
Claude Nobs, who founded the Montreux Jazz Festival nearly 50 years ago, has died after several weeks in a coma following a skiing accident, the festival said today.
Actress, singer and director Barbra Streisand will perform again at the Academy Awards on February 24, producers said today, without providing details about how her appearance would fit into the show or what she might sing.
Pop star Rihanna launched her first clothing line with British high street retailer River Island today, in one of the most highly anticipated events of London Fashion Week.
Thousands of mourners today packed a Los Angeles theater to pay their final respects to Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera more than a week after her death in a plane crash.
R&B singer and actress Brandy Norwood is engaged to music executive Ryan Press, a spokeswoman for the singer said today.
British singer David Bowie released his first new song in nearly a decade today in a surprise launch coinciding with his 66th birthday.
Galina Vishnevskaya, the Russian opera singer whose soprano voice entranced composer Benjamin Britten and persuaded violinist Mstislav Rostropovich to become her third husband has died at the age of 86, her theatre said today.
US singer-songwriter Carole King will be awarded the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, the US national library said today.
British singer Adele notched another accolade as iTunes announced that her Grammy-winning album "21" was the top-selling record of 2012 in its US store, extending the disc's successful run almost two years after it was released.
Pop star Justin Bieber and his girlfriend, Selena Gomez, a Disney actress and singer, have broken up, ending a relationship that made them one of Hollywood's most high-profile young couples, media reports said.
Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera is feared dead after Mexican authorities said they found the wreckage of a plane she was traveling in.
Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera died in a plane crash after the small jet she was travelling in went down in northern Mexico, her father said yesterday.
Grammy-winning singer Fiona Apple spent the night in a Texas jail after being arrested on a drug possession charge at the border patrol checkpoint where her tour bus was searched, a local judge said.
British singer Adele has given birth to a baby boy, British media reported today. There was no statement on her official website and her spokesman said "no comment" on Monday in reply to a request for confirmation.
British singer and "The X Factor" UK judge Gary Barlow and his wife, Dawn, said their baby daughter was stillborn, leaving the couple devastated.
A sobbing Rihanna has told Oprah Winfrey she felt protective of boyfriend Chris Brown after he beat her up more than three years ago and was concerned that everyone would think of him as a monster.
Hal David, a lyricist who along with Burt Bacharach took the pop world by storm in the 1960s by writing such hits as "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on my Head" and "Walk on By," died in Los Angeles today at age 91, a representative said.
A Russian opera singer has pulled out of the Bayreuth opera festival over Nazi tattoos on his chest days before the start of the celebration of Richard Wagner's works that was once popular with Third Reich leaders.
An Illinois judge today handed down a life prison sentence to the man convicted of the 2008 murder of three members of the family of Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer and actress Jennifer Hudson.
Michael Jackson's family members found themselves at the centre of a media firestorm yesterday over the late singer's will and guardianship of his three children that prompted questions about the children, his mother and his multimillion-dollar estate.
Actress, singer and fashion designer Jessica Simpson gave birth to her first baby today, a 9 lb. 13 oz. girl named Maxwell Drew Johnson.
An Illinois jury found the estranged brother-in-law of Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer and actress Jennifer Hudson guilty of killing three members of her family in 2008.
Singer Estela Raval died at 77 after a long battle with cancer. She was one of the most well-known romantic singers in Latin America and became famous along with her band, Los Cinco Latinos, with which she toured until 2011.
The trailer for Whitney Houston's final film, "Sparkle" debuted on Monday, offering a brief look at the last project made by the late singer and actress that she had hoped would help spur a career comeback.
Lady Gaga has stirred a debate over pop stars, diets and eating disorders with a tweet that some of her millions of fans have interpreted as insensitive.
Whitney Houston's ex-husband Bobby Brown struck back at claims he was responsible for getting the pop star hooked on drugs or that he somehow played a role in her cocaine-fueled death in February.
Soul singer Etta James, who is terminally ill with leukemia, has been taken off a respirator and is breathing on her own again, her friend and manager said.
The loss of another music legend is upon us, and as the news of Whitney Houston’s death starts to sink in, it becomes impossible to doubt that she was one of the most talented and successful singers in history.
Cape Verdean singer Cesária Evora died today at age 70. Evora died in the Bautista de Sousa hospital, in her hometown of Mindelo, in Sao Vicente island.
British singer George Michael was discharged from a Vienna hospital today after weeks of treatment for severe pneumonia, the Oesterreich newspaper reported.
Grammy-winning singer Etta James, who has been deemed terminally ill with leukemia, has been hospitalized in California and placed on a breathing machine, her long-time manager and friend said.
After a ten year absence, British singer and guitarist Eric Clapton will make his long-awaited return to the Argentine stage tomorrow, where he will perform with his band at River Plate stadium. The legendary musician is on tour currently promoting his new album.
Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, today was sentenced to four years in jail for his conviction on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the pop superstar's 2009 death.
Grammy-winning R&B singer Etta James is terminally ill, her live-in physician said in an interview this week that confirmed reports of the singer's fading health.
Dolores Hope, the wife of late entertainer Bob Hope, died of natural causes at the age of 102, a family spokesman said.
Tens of thousands of fans rocked to the hits of Michael Jackson today at a tribute concert his brothers hoped would put the spotlight back on his musical legacy after so much controversy.
Michael Jackson probably did not give himself the powerful anaesthetic propofol that caused his death in 2009, the doctor who performed the singer's autopsy testified yesterday.
British singer Amy Winehouse, whose career has been blighted by alcohol and drug abuse, has cancelled all her scheduled concerts after she was jeered by fans in Serbia recently for a shambolic performance.
Amy Winehouse, one of the most talented singers of her generation whose hit song "Rehab" summed up her personal struggles with addiction, died in London on Saturday at the age of 27.
A post mortem examination on British singer Amy Winehouse, who died at the weekend, failed to determine how she died and more toxicology tests are being carried out, with the results expected in two to four weeks, police said today.
R&B singer Chris Brown apologized for throwing a tantrum over renewed questions about his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna, but said he felt exploited and "wanted to release the anger inside me."
Troubled British singer soul Amy Winehouse is heading back to rehab, according to her spokeswoman.
Gil Scott-Heron, a poet and songwriter credited with helping inspire the development of rap music, has died at age 62, according to media reports.
British singer, drummer and actor Phil Collins, who has enjoyed international chart success both as a solo artist and with the band Genesis, announced on his website that he has retired.
Pop singer Lady Gaga has threatened to sue a specialist ice cream parlour in London for naming its breast milk ice cream "Baby Gaga," the shop's owner said yesterday.
A week before jury selection begins in the manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor, the late singer's father renewed calls for a federal probe into his son's death based on his belief a conspiracy was at work.
The doctor charged in the death of pop star Michael Jackson removed evidence from the scene before seeking help when he found the singer unconscious, a prosecutor said.
A judge ordered Michael Jackson's doctor to stand trial on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the pop star's drug overdose death and suspended the doctor's California medical license.
Grammy award winner Beyonce has said she donated the money she earned at a private party in 2009 to earthquake relief efforts in Haiti after learning the promoter had links to the family of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The song that captivated the world: 'I Will Always Love You,' a song written by Dolly Parton in 1973 was brought to the height of it's fame by the late singer Whitney Houston in the 1990s as the theme song to the film 'The Bodyguard.'