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Thom Yorke Calls Himself Climate Change 'Hypocrite'

Radiohead frontman struggles with contrast of campaigning for planet while traveling by airplane. Continue reading…

Watch Miley Cyrus Cover Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd

Pop star delivers “Black Dog” and “Comfortably Numb” at radio festival. Continue reading…

Lars Ulrich's Favorite Moment From S&M2 Shows

Drummer details his highlights from recent return to orchestral collaboration. Continue reading…

Would Freddie Mercury Have Liked Adam Lambert?

Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor have both told young singer that late icon would “get a kick” out of him. Continue reading…

Sammy Hagar Promises Free Shows As Festival is Canceled

Second annual High Tide Beach Party & Car Show failed to secure permits, government says. Continue reading…

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Russia fears missing Olympics over doping data tampering

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency is giving Russia three weeks to explain possible signs of tampering with data from its doping laboratory, an accusation which Russian officials fear could lead to a ban from next year's Olympics.WADA heard about the possible tampering at its executive committee meeting Monday in Tokyo.

At UN, Trump facing questions about Ukraine, Iran, allies

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Faced with growing tumult at home and abroad, President Donald Trump began his three-day visit to the United Nations on Monday hoping to lean on strained alliances while fending off questions about whether he sought foreign help to damage a political rival.Trump's latest U.N. trip comes after nearly three years of an "America First" foreign policy that has unsettled allies and shredded multinational pacts.A centerpiece of this year's U.N. schedule was Monday's session on climate change.

City Council to consider smart metering

Peak-season water bills are stirring up a lot of questions for city consumers worried about how much they pay for city water. 

OU interim president releases statement after latest blackface incident

By Adam Kemp akemp@oklahoman.comUniversity of Oklahoma interim president Joseph Harroz released a statement on Sunday evening after another incident of a student wearing blackface surfaced on social media.An OU group, the Black Emergency Response Team, posted images of a male student wearing what appears to be a black charcoal mask on his face from the student's private Instagram account.

Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’: 10 Things We Learned From Week 2

From the friendship between Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan to Garth Brooks’ early gig at the Bluebird Café.

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