Beatles Documentary 'Eight Days a Week' Gets Grammy NodThe Beatles documentary "Eight Days a Week" has been nominated for a Grammy award for Best Music film.
Wednesday's Child: TahkemTahkem is a self-starter. This 18-year-old just graduated from high school, wants to go to college to be a sports broadcaster.
Wednesday's Child: JulianJulian is a quiet 16-year-old who comes alive on stage.
Wednesday’s Child: ShantellSixteen-year-old Shantell loves reading, camping and playing games on her cell phone.
Wednesday's Child: LeBronNine-year-old LeBron is a daredevil.
Wednesday's Child: SymarSymar is a 16-year-old who loves performing.
New Beatles Documentary Shares Stories From Band, Reporter Along For RideIt's called 'Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years,' and it promises to tell the story you don't know about the biggest band that ever was. You'll recognize another guy who had a ticket to ride with the Fab Four.
Wednesday's Child: YanerieFourteen-year-old Yanerie loves performing and says she wants to go to Juliard one day.
Wednesday's Child: GiannaGianna may be 13, but she is very serious about her dreams for her career.
Wednesday's Child: NeilekTen-year-old Neilek is into sports, especially football.
Wednesday's Child: TerellEven at 20 years old, Terrel hasn't given up home of finding a permanent family.
Poll: 50 Percent Would Be Embarrassed By Trump As PresidentWhile Hillary Clinton has high marks on experience, she and Donald Trump share similar marks on dishonesty.