The band made it clear they did not support President Obama's Republican opponent.
Violinists of the world, unite? Orchestra musicians across the U.S. are getting the same harsh treatment by management as steelworkers, city and state workers and others.
After Carrie Underwood's interview with British newspaper The Independent, in which she was quoted as saying she believes everyone should have the right to love, a backlash has developed online by those who oppose marriage equality.
United Farm Workers legend Dolores Huerta is among the 13 Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients.
The event and its guitar-shredding conclusion saw nurses and workers of all ages and ethnicities, and from all walks of life, joining together and cheering Morello's encouraging words.
Many grow up learning to sing "This Land Is Your Land," but you likely didn't learn the little-known verses with Guthrie's critique of inequality.
These teenagers were vilified simply because they looked and dressed differently, and listened to heavy metal.
"Our response: Hey, stop using our music on your racist, misogynist, right-wing clown show."
President Obama sings the blues, not because he's down in the polls - he's up - but because legendary blues singer BB King asks him.
Legendary artist and civil rights activist Nina Simone was born 79 years ago today, Feb. 21, in Tryon, North Carolina.