Legendary performer Nina Simone sang a mix of jazz, blues and folk music in the 1950s and '60s, later enjoying a career resurgence in the '80s. A staunch Civil Rights activist, she was known for tunes like "Mississippi Goddam," "Young, Gifted and Black" and "Four Women," among many others.
Zimbabwe’s army said it has President Robert Mugabe, one of the world’s longest-serving authoritarian leaders, in custody. The military denied a government coup; supporters praised the move as a “bloodless correction of gross abuse of power.”
Lidia Bastianich is an award-winning restaurateur specializing in Italian cuisine who’s behind acclaimed eateries like Felidia as well as the venue Eataly. She has authored several books and hosted a series of cooking shows, including "Lidia’s Family Table."