A court hearing to determine the fate of Prince's estate -- including the contents of a secretive vault the musician left behind at Paisley Park -- concluded Monday with a special administrator appointed but no will discovered.
Entertainment writer Flo Anthony pens our tribute to the late pop singer.
Remembering the legend that is Prince.
It’s been a week, but many are still reeling from the death of Prince Rogers Nelson after he was found unresponsive in his home in Minnesota.
Pop icon Prince sat down with the AmNews in 2004 for a one-on-one interview during the new York Stop on his extensive "Musicology" tour to talk about his band and his live show.
Fans have flocked outside Prince's Paisley Park estate since the singer's recent death at the age of 57.
Prince's sister has filed legal documents stating the late superstar did not have a will.
Prince's remains have been cremated, the pop superstar's publicist said Saturday.
Prince's cult classic "Purple Rain" is coming back to the big screen.
The world is still reeling from the death of Prince Rogers Nelson, the multi-platinum-selling music legend who transcended genres as he brought the MTV generation into new realms of creativity.
Superstar Prince was a man of mystery, and there's a treasure trove of hidden facts, stories and memories still being uncovered about the pop icon.
Prince wasn't just a renowned artist. He was also an advocate for a more inclusive tech community.
Legend has it Prince recorded enough music to release one album a year for the rest of the century.
The cast of the Broadway musical "The Color Purple" honored Prince in the best way possible on Thursday.
A day after Prince's death stunned his fans and fellow musicians, the work of finding out why the music icon died begins in earnest Friday.