Jeffrey Ressner

Embroiled in lawsuits, the venerable pop-soul label is in deep trouble
How the tabloid watchers got to see what went on inside the private affair
The song won't be the third single off her ''Spellbound'' album
The company behind ''Bill & Ted'' is considering a movie about the acid guru
The rock-group inks a deal with Sony Music
The singer gets charged with sexual assault and torturing a woman with a hot cocaine pipe
The country star asks stations to remove ''Maybe I Mean Yes'' from rotation
Lawsuits abound against Lenny Kravitz and what he did, or didn't do, for the Madonna song
Bootleg scripts of unreleased movies are making the rounds
The magazine's new ranking system stirs up a storm
EW reminisces about the musician's explosion onto the Motown music scene
How the funk and soul trio ended up writing and producing most of the songs on Paula Abdul's latest album
The latest on their new record deal and updates on band member's activities
A new lawsuit casts doubt over just how much of the pop queen's vocals are her own