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Trent Reznor 'Couldn't Give Less of a S—' About Rock Hall

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A History of 'Next Led Zeppelin' Bands

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The Best Song on Every Pink Floyd Album

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What Was Paul McCartney's 'The Bruce McMouse Show'?

Untangling the history of a long-shelved, partially animated Wings concert documentary. Continue reading…

Neil Young to Release 'Songs for Judy' Live Acoustic Album

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What to do in Oklahoma on Oct. 20, 2018: Take part in a Celebration of Latino Culture at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

By Brandy McDonnellToday's featured event:Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, in partnership with the Oklahoma Latino Cultural Center, will present a Celebration of Latino Culture (Celebracion de la Cultura Latina) from 11 a.m.

Trump: Saudi arrests in Khashoggi death a 'good first step'

LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday called Saudi Arabia's announcement that suspects are in custody in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a "good first step" and said he would work with Congress on a U.S. response.The president spoke to the media at a defense roundtable in Arizona hours after Saudi Arabia claimed that Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor last seen on Oct.

2 arrested, Proud Boys probed after brawl outside GOP club

NEW YORK (AP) — The founder of a far-right group said Friday he was arranging the surrender of members wanted by police in connection with a New York City street brawl after a speech he gave last week.Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes told The New York Times said he expects the rest of the group's wanted members to be in police custody by Friday night following two arrests in the case in recent days.Geoffrey Young, 38, of New City, New York, and John Kinsman were arraigned Friday on charges of riot and attempted assault.

Mega Millions lottery ticket sales at "fever pitch" in Oklahoma

By Josh Wallace and Silas Allen Staff WritersHigh hopes and dreams of early retirement and travel were on the minds of some Oklahoma City residents Friday as they bought themselves a chance at the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot.Just before 10 a.m.

Half of Oklahoma teen parents have another child within two years

By Meg Wingerter Staff Writer mwingerter@oklahoman.comOklahoma City — Each year, hundreds of Oklahoma teens become mothers. Half will be back in the delivery room less than two years later, and one out of three will have a second child before their first is 18 months old.Having another child so quickly increases the risk of health problems for both the mother and the baby and makes it even more difficult for teens to arrange child care and other supports they need to finish school and start careers that will provide for their families.State officials say they have a pretty good idea why some teens have more than one unintended pregnancy, and are working with school districts on programs to help students put off having more children until they decide they're ready — ideally after finishing high school.But those programs only exist in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, leaving many Oklahoma teens without the information and support they need as young parents.Teens in less populated counties have less access to health care, and they're less likely to get comprehensive sex education, said Ayesha Lampkins, who manages the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System at the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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