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Nudie's Caddy is a cowboy's dream car

When Glen Campbell and Elvis Presley needed a memorable suit they went to one man: Nudie Cohn. The legendary tailor popularized the 'rhinestone cowboy' look in the 60s and 70s. But Nudie bedazzled cars as well. There's more guns on this Cadillac than you can count... and longhorns on the front.

I hung out with the Soup Nazi in Jerry Seinfeld's apartment

Hulu is now offering all 180 Seinfeld episodes to its subscribers. To celebrate, the company built a pop up of Jerry Seinfeld's apartment.

'Seinfeld' debuts on Hulu

Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins tells CNNMoney's Brian Stelter why he thinks 'Seinfeld' will bring more paid subscribers to the streaming service.

Taylor Swift recorded her first album here

The reining queen of pop got her start just outside of Nashville at a recording studio that has quietly been turning out the hits.

Taylor Swift takes a bite out of Apple

In the battle between Swift and Apple, CNNMoney's Brian Stelter looks at how the pop superstar got the tech giant to change how it pays musicians.

The power of Taylor Swift: Apple caves

Taylor Swift convinced Apple to change its free trial period policy on streaming music, which would have withheld royalties from artists.

Exclusive: Lester Holt's son on his father's new role

In an exclusive interview, Brian Stelter talks with Lester Holt's son Stefan about his father's new role as permanent "NBC Nightly News" anchor.

Will Ferrell & Kristen Wiig star in...a Lifetime movie?

The comedians behind 'Old School' and 'Bridesmaids' are starring in a dramatic Lifetime movie called 'A Deadly Adoption'. Don't worry, we're just as confused as you are.

Brian Williams: 'I said things that weren't true'

In his first television appearance since his suspension in February, Brian Williams speaks to 'Today' anchor Matt Lauer about his suspension and his new role at MSNBC.

Why 'Inside Out' will give Pixar mixed feelings

Critically acclaimed 'Inside Out' should be Pixar's triumphant return to the box office after a 2014 hiatus ? but Frank Pallotta breaks down why the animation studio might be feeling more sadness than joy during the film's opening weekend.