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Auction held for Elvis Presley's cryptupdated: Mon May 28 2012 20:32:00

With auction of "The King's" crypt, a fan could get a piece of music history for all eternity. CNN's Mary Snow reports.

Warhol 'Double Elvis' goes for $37 millionupdated: Thu May 10 2012 05:31:00

The Andy Warhol classic painting "Double Elvis (Ferus Type)" sold Wednesday at Sotheby's in New York for more than $37 million, the auction house said.

Behind the scenes of 'The Scream' saleupdated: Thu May 10 2012 05:31:00

CNN's Isha Sesay talks with Sotheby's auctioneer Tobias Meyer about the epic multimillion dollar sale of "The Scream."

Crais fans 'Taken' on thrilling ride in new novelupdated: Fri Jan 27 2012 14:55:00

We should all be so lucky to have friends like Elvis Cole and Joe Pike. Private detectives in modern-day Los Angeles, they're the stars of best-selling author Robert Crais' award-winning series of crime novels. Elvis and Joe have been busting bad guys and thrilling millions of readers since 1987's "The Monkey's Raincoat." The books are international bestsellers, published in 42 countries, and have developed a fervent following.

Australian crocodile Elvis sinks teeth into lawnmowerupdated: Wed Dec 28 2011 09:24:00

An Australian crocodile named Elvis took matters into his own hands -- or rather, jaws -- Wednesday when he became annoyed by the sound of a lawnmower.

Crocodile vs. lawn mowerupdated: Wed Dec 28 2011 09:24:00

A crocodile weighing more than 1,000 pounds attempted to eat a lawn mower.

When Elvis met Barbaraupdated: Sun Dec 04 2011 07:43:00

Elvis was singing in the men's room.

Five of the best seaside film locationsupdated: Thu Oct 20 2011 11:24:00

Some of the most iconic films ever made have used the ocean as their backdrop. Whether it's to highlight the romance of a moment, the isolation felt by characters or intense drama, filmmakers often turn to the seaside to help illustrate their story. Here is a list of some of the best seaside locations featured on the silver screen.

Stamps to feature contemporary peopleupdated: Mon Sep 26 2011 12:33:00

Although some people believe Elvis Presley is still alive, and he's been on a stamp, the U.S. Postal Service is opening up the opportunity to honor people on a stamp who are unquestionably still around.

People.com: Elvis Presley Talks About Cars, Kids, Love & Loneliness in Vintage Interviewupdated: Wed Sep 21 2011 07:47:00

In a previously unreleased tape, the singer dreams of becoming the king of rock 'n' roll

People.com: Elvis Presley's Death Anniversary Marked at Gracelandupdated: Tue Aug 16 2011 14:12:00

Fans flocked from all over the world to remember the late singer, who died at his Memphis home in 1977

Elvis fans mark singer's death at Gracelandupdated: Tue Aug 16 2011 02:38:00

Their candles flickering in the warm Tennessee night, fans quietly stood vigil over Elvis Presley's grave early Tuesday to mark the 34th anniversary of the singer's death.

1 year after mine collapse, survivors confront life after fameupdated: Sat Aug 06 2011 11:39:00

They spent 69 days in the bowels of the earth, 700 meters deep, not knowing if they would survive. For 17 days after the mine in which they were working collapsed, nobody even knew if they were alive. Friday marks the one-year observance of the fateful incident in Chile that trapped 33 miners who were saved in a miraculous rescue that made headlines around the world.

Political Circus: O'Donnell asked to danceupdated: Wed Feb 23 2011 13:58:00

Politics is serious business -- but not all the time.

Rumsfeld says Democrats key in early political formationupdated: Thu Feb 10 2011 02:12:00

During Donald Rumsfeld's first public appearance since the release of his new book, he praised many former elected officials and a surprising number of them were Democrats.

Chilean miner visits Gracelandupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 14:27:00

Chliean miner and self-proclaimed Elvis fan Edison Pena visits Graceland for the first time.

Rescued Chilean miner (and avid Elvis fan) goes to Gracelandupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 14:27:00

The Chilean miner who led Elvis sing-alongs for his colleagues while trapped underground for 69 days visited Graceland on Friday.

Chilean miners visit Universal Studiosupdated: Sat Nov 20 2010 15:41:00

Chilean miners and their families tour Universal Studios theme park in Los Angeles.

Chilean miner says he ran 'to beat destiny'updated: Thu Nov 04 2010 15:49:00

One of the Chilean miners rescued after more than two months underground regaled reporters with an Elvis Presley tune Thursday as he prepared for this weekend's marathon in New York City.

Miner could walk a mile in Elvis' shoesupdated: Sun Oct 17 2010 09:07:00

And now the saga of the Chilean miners -- at least a part of it -- may be about to make a detour to Graceland.

Rescued Chilean miner gets Elvis invitationupdated: Wed Oct 13 2010 16:47:00

A special invitation to visit Elvis Presley's Memphis, Tennessee, home awaited Edison Pena when he emerged from the San Jose mine Wednesday after more than two months below ground.

Vote for your top five global music iconsupdated: Thu Aug 05 2010 10:07:00

CNN International's new arts program, icon, wants to know which global musicians you rate above all others.

Hackers expose security flaws with 'Elvis Presley' passportupdated: Mon Mar 15 2010 10:12:00

In the name of improved security a hacker showed how a biometric passport issued in the name of long-dead rock 'n' roll king Elvis Presley could be cleared through an automated passport scanning system being tested at an international airport.

A look at 'Viva ELVIS'updated: Mon Feb 22 2010 17:00:00

A behind-the-scenes look at the new Cirque du Soleil show "Viva ELVIS."

Elvis back in Vegas with Cirque du Soleilupdated: Mon Feb 22 2010 17:00:00

Cirque Du Soleil successfully tackled the Beatles with its "Love" show, so it seems fitting for it to take on another legendary name in rock 'n' roll: Elvis Presley.

Intriguing people for January 8, 2010updated: Fri Jan 08 2010 08:33:00

Robert Gates The Secretary of Defense will continue in that position in the Obama administration for at least another year, a Pentagon spokesman said Thursday. "Secretary Gates met with the president just before Christmas and gave him a commitment to stay on the job for at least another year," Geoff Morrell, deputy assistant secretary of defense and Pentagon press secretary, told CNN. Gates served as Secretary of Defense in the last two years of the Bush administration and stayed on in the post when President Obama took office. According to his biography, Gates is the only defense secretary in U.S. history to be asked to remain in office by a newly elected president. Gates once served as president of Texas A&M University.

'Argentine Elvis' Sandro dead at 64updated: Tue Jan 05 2010 11:58:00

Roberto Sanchez, the Argentine singer known as "Sandro" and who drew comparisons to Elvis Presley, died Monday night after complications from surgery, his doctor told reporters. He was 64.

'French Elvis' hospitalizedupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 09:08:00

French press and celebs remain outside a Los Angeles hospital for word on the condition of French singer Johnny Hallyday.

Fortune: Richest dead celebrity: Bob Marleyupdated: Fri Nov 20 2009 12:07:00

Is reggae superstar Bob Marley bigger than Jesus? That's debatable, but the music legend who died 28 years ago is about to challenge Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson for the title of richest dead celebrity.

JFK and Elvis on the wallupdated: Thu Nov 19 2009 17:17:00

At an auction at a gallery in New York recently, a piece of artwork sold for a higher price than had been anticipated by the auctioneers: $4,080.

Dead celebrities, big bucksupdated: Wed Oct 28 2009 10:33:00

This year, it's hip to be dead.

People.com: Elvis Auction: Hunka, Hunka Earning Locksupdated: Mon Oct 19 2009 09:47:00

A clump of the King's hair sells for $15,000, while a shirt fetches $52,000

Attempted celebrity extortion schemesupdated: Tue Oct 13 2009 12:51:00

David Letterman has been in the news for helping police foil an alleged attempt to blackmail him, but the late-night star is hardly the first celebrity in this position.

People.com: Own a Hunka Hunka Elvis's Hair!updated: Tue Oct 13 2009 10:28:00

A Chicago auction house is putting up a clump of the King's locks - along with memorabilia - this weekend

Love me (legal) tender: Elvis ranch on market for $6.5 millionupdated: Mon Oct 12 2009 19:47:00

It's arguably one of the largest pieces of Elvis Presley memorabilia ever: a 154.5-acre ranch in Horn Lake, Mississippi, once owned by the king of rock 'n' roll.

People.com: BUZZ: Another Presley Is Not Recording an Albumupdated: Thu Oct 08 2009 08:26:00

He looks just like grandfather Elvis, but 17-year-old Benjamin Presley isn't set to be a singer

In hunting for celebrity graves, Michael Jackson's may be difficultupdated: Thu Jul 09 2009 16:33:00

Elvis Presley. Marilyn Monroe. Jim Morrison.

In death, will Michael Jackson be more profitable?updated: Wed Jul 01 2009 19:20:00

Michael Jackson's financial woes were well documented: Numerous lawsuits, loss of control of his beloved Neverland and reports that he was hundreds of millions of dollars in debt all point to a complex money mess that trailed the King of Pop as vigilantly as his most ardent fans.

Drug analysis a multistep processupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 19:19:00

Unlike television crime shows in which machines can instantly spit out results, toxicology testing to determine what drugs are in a person's body can be a long and painstaking process.

People.com: Lisa Marie: Michael Would Talk About His Deathupdated: Sat Jun 27 2009 06:46:00

Presley says her ex was worried he would "end up" like Elvis - and that their marriage was not a sham

Presley: Jackson knew his fateupdated: Sat Jun 27 2009 04:57:00

Michael Jackson knew "exactly how his fate would be played out" and feared his death would echo that of Elvis Presley, Lisa Marie Presley wrote in an online blog posted Friday morning.

People.com: PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Lisa Marie Presley's Twin Baby Girls!updated: Thu Jan 15 2009 07:17:00

Elvis's daughter shows off 3-month-old Finley and Harper and tells PEOPLE that motherhood at 40 is "blissful"

Elvis, Marvin Gaye shake moneymakers in afterlifeupdated: Wed Oct 29 2008 12:19:00

Elvis Presley may have left the building three decades ago, but he raked in more money last year than many living titans of the music industry

People.com: Birthday Boy Nick Jonas Gets a New Best Friendupdated: Thu Sep 18 2008 07:45:00

The Jonas Brothers singer receives a golden retriever for his 16th birthday

New Elvis, Priscilla dollsupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 22:15:00

Mattel unveils the first-ever Elvis and Priscilla Presley dolls from their 1967 Las Vegas wedding day.

People.com: Lisa Marie Presley Bares Her Baby Bumpupdated: Sat Aug 09 2008 16:34:00

"You want to look at me? Go ahead and look,' the singer, 40, says in a revealing new interview

People.com: Carrie, LeAnn and More to Duet with Elvisupdated: Wed Aug 06 2008 20:04:00

Country singers including Underwood and Rimes will sing with the King on an upcoming Christmas album

People.com: Presley Family 'Very Excited' for Lisa Marie's Pregnancyupdated: Mon Mar 17 2008 08:04:00

But the 40-year-old mom jokes she'd "rather be in bed" than out celebrating

People.com: Faith Hill Channels Elvis (Minus the Lambchops)updated: Tue Jan 29 2008 15:44:00

Her cover of "That's Alright Mama," filmed in an empty arena, hits the Web

Pilgrimage to Gracelandupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 13:09:00

CNN's Richard Quest travels to Memphis for the 30th Anniversary of Elvis' death

Latin phrases you pretend to understandupdated: Wed Sep 05 2007 21:18:00

Because you weren't going into botany, the priesthood, or coin manufacturing, you thought you were safe to dismiss Latin as a dead language. Obviously, you didn't graduate cum laude.

Elvis' gun left the buildingupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 03:14:00

Elvis' gun left the building

Elvis Presley's gun found near portable toiletsupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 03:14:00

A handgun stolen from an exhibit during last week's commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death has been recovered.

Elvis Week attracts record numbersupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 21:55:00

Under a scorching sun at Graceland, his beloved home, fans streamed by Elvis Presley's grave on Thursday, the 30th anniversary of the death of the king of rock 'n' roll. It was, for most, a time to remember.

From England to Gracelandupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 21:55:00

From England to Graceland

Tour fit for a kingupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 08:33:00

Tour fit for a king

Time.com: Elvis: The Unseen Photosupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 05:00:00

On the 30th anniversary of his death, a look back at rare and unpublished Life pictures from the King's glory days

Elvis' enduring popularityupdated: Wed Aug 15 2007 21:20:00

Elvis' enduring popularity

A timeline of TV censorshipupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 23:18:00

1942 -- Tweety forced to wear clothes

I love you just the way you were updated: Wed Jul 25 2007 02:16:00

What to do when loved ones can't let go of the old you.

Fortune: Insider's Guide to Vegasupdated: Wed Jan 11 2006 10:21:00

There are really two Las Vegases. The first is that mythic patch of Nevada desert called the Strip, whose best-known monuments are a New York skyline and an Egyptian temple.

Fortune: THE MAN WHO BOUGHT ELVISupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 00:01:00

Elvis left the building 28 years ago, but as a pop icon he's still hot. Over half a million tourists from all over the world stream into the shrine called Graceland each year. When his record compa...

CNNMoney: 13 unconventional investmentsupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 10:07:00

They all laughed when Jefferson bought half the continent from France. Alaska was called "Seward's folly." Other "crazy" investments have worked out fine, too. But some oddball bets fell flat.

CNNMoney: The King's businessupdated: Thu Dec 01 2005 07:42:00

Elvis and Vegas go together like peanut butter and bananas. Now an unconventional investor is poised to make Elvis the King of Las Vegas, and everywhere else, with projects like an Elvis-themed casino, Elvis-themed restaurants and a convention-sized Heartbreak Hotel.

Taking it on faithupdated: Tue May 03 2005 14:43:00

It's funny how the word "crusade" has gotten watered down over time.

Elvis hits No. 1 -- long after deathupdated: Fri Jan 14 2005 06:51:00

The King may be dead, but his music lives on.

Elvis' gold gun banned from TV saleupdated: Thu Aug 12 2004 08:58:00

A gold-plated handgun which belonged to Elvis Presley has been banned from sale in a cable TV auction.

Fortune: Tiki Lives! Once again tiki bars are taking the world by a Technicolor storm--and you don't need an outrigger to find one. This updated: Mon Nov 11 2002 00:01:00

They were on the verge of extinction. The famed Kahiki, of Columbus, Ohio, had been torn down for a Walgreen's. Aku Aku, in Cambridge, Mass., became a New England fish house. But even 18 months ago...

Fortune: Lost Rock & Roll Masterpieces, Volume 5updated: Mon Aug 14 2000 00:01:00

"I Shall Be Released," by Elvis Presley Available in the boxed set Walk a Mile in My Shoes--The Essential '70s Masters (RCA)

Money Magazine: Americanaupdated: Sat Jul 01 2000 00:01:00

$175 Cruise the roads of the Mississippi Delta in a '55 Cadillac. The eight-hour Blues & Blacktop guided tour stops at juke joints and barbecue shacks. See www.americandreamsafari.com.

Fortune: Why Online Distributors--Once Written Off--May Thrive THE EVOLVING WORLD OF E-TAILINGupdated: Mon Sep 06 1999 00:01:00

If you asked Internet retailing experts three years ago who was most likely to suffer from the rise of e-commerce, many would have pointed to distributors. These large disrespected behemoths that m...

Fortune: The King's Last Blastupdated: Mon Jun 07 1999 00:01:00

Elvis Presley Suspicious Minds: The Memphis 1969 Anthology (RCA)

Fortune: Buzzwordsupdated: Mon Jul 20 1998 00:01:00

--Hat size: A stock selling in the single digits, say, between $5 and $8--roughly the sizes in which hats are measured. As in: "This company is headed to hat size."

Fortune: ZERO TO 60 IN THREE SECONDS (COLD) SKI-DOO'S FLAGSHIP SNOWMOBILE, THE MACH Z, IS A 160-PLUS-HORSEPOWER SNOW HOG updated: Mon Mar 31 1997 00:01:00

One day it snowed on Graceland, and Elvis had snowmobiles delivered so that he and his boys could bomb around the Memphis hills. It hardly ever snowed again, so eventually the King had the snowmobi...

Money Magazine: YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO A SUPER CREDIT-CARD DEALupdated: Sun Sep 01 1996 00:01:00

THIS MONTH:

Money Magazine: WITH AT&T SPLITTING UP, WHAT SHOULD I BE DOING WITH MY 8 1/8% BONDS?updated: Fri Mar 01 1996 00:01:00

Q. I own 50 AT&T bonds that mature in 2022. They pay 81/8% a year in interest. The company has announced that it is going to split into three parts. How would this change affect my bonds? --BENJAMI...

Money Magazine: WHY YOU SHOULD WATCH OUT FOR THOSE SIZZLING FUNDS THAT SHOUT:"WE'RE NO. 1!"updated: Fri Mar 01 1996 00:01:00

WHEN YOU'VE GOT IT, FLAUNT IT. AND MUTUAL FUNDS HAVE got it--flashy returns following a year when stocks shot up 37.5% and bonds 18.5%. Now comes the flaunt. Thanks to those numbers, many publicati...

Money Magazine: COLLECTIBLES Bagging bucks from your old records Old records zoom up the chartsupdated: Tue Nov 01 1994 00:01:00

As millions of compact-disk owners toss their old 45s and LP vinyl records, other consumers are snapping up those platters for a song. "Right now is the best time investors will ever have to search...

Money Magazine: Elvis lives -- and other tales of lax credit-card scrutiny updated: Wed Jun 01 1994 00:01:00

Your April Money Monitor report, "Fully 95% of Merchants Flunk Our Credit-Card Test," brought back some personal memories. I'm not surprised that your reporters were able to use each other's cards ...

Money Magazine: ONCE MORE, WITH FEELING: THE CASE FOR SMALL-COMPANY STOCK FUNDSupdated: Fri Jun 01 1990 00:01:00

Finally, after years of unfulfilled promise, small-company stock funds may be ready to rocket again. Okay, we know you've heard that before. But this time, small-stock proponents -- who've had abou...

Fortune: WHAT GOES ON IN YOUR MAILROOM? Within the windowless walls, countless dollars get spent needlessly, and even then the mail too oupdated: Mon Feb 27 1989 00:01:00

WHERE'S the letter mailed to you three weeks ago? What happened to that contract you sent yesterday? They're probably mired in your mailroom, where guys in smocks are smoking White Owls or somethin...

Money Magazine: WHAT DID WE KNOW AND WHEN DID WE KNOW IT? A fond look back at 15 years of personal finance GOLDEN THREADSupdated: Mon Oct 12 1987 00:01:00

It's an investing rule of thumb that the fair market price of an ounce of gold tends to equal roughly the price of a well-made man's suit. Presumably, then, at any given time a speculator could con...

Money Magazine: Sorry, Elvis updated: Thu Oct 01 1987 00:01:00

Elvis Presley was not a ''near has-been'' at death, as you said in ''Collectibles'' ((August)). He became too dependent on pills because he had health problems and because he was too stubborn to ha...

Money Magazine: Elvis' Great Career Moveupdated: Sat Aug 01 1987 00:01:00

Although Elvis Presley died 10 years ago this Aug. 16 as an overweight, drug- abusing, near has-been at age 42, the King today is ''taking care of business in a flash,'' to use his own life's philo...

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