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Twitter Is Reworking Classic Rock Songs for Millennials

Includes the hits "Vape on the Water," "We Aren't the Champions but We Still Deserve a Trophy" and other favorites . Continue reading…

Beatles' Expanded 50th Anniversary Reissue of White Album Almost Ready

Paul McCartney discusses the Beatles' next 50th anniversary reissue project, their 1968 self-titled LP. Continue reading…

Paul McCartney Announces New LP 'Egypt Station,' Releases Two Songs

These are Paul McCartney's first new singles since a pair of collaborations with Kanye West in 2015. Continue reading…

Bruce Springsteen, Ted Nugent Weigh in on Immigration Debate

They join other rockers in commenting on Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, separating children from parents. Continue reading…

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea Puts House on Market for $3 Million

Check out photos from the bassist's soon-to-be-former home. Continue reading…

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Trump’s family-separation policy faces international condemnation from Pope Francis, Theresa May and others

President Trump’s immigration policies drew international condemnation Wednesday from allies and religious leaders, including Pope Francis, who took aim on moral grounds at the administration’s practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.Responding to outrage within the United States and abroad, Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order that would keep families together in federal custody while awaiting prosecution for illegal border crossings — though that could run afoul of a 1997 court settlement limiting the duration of child detentions.The pressure Trump faced as he signed the order resembled the global reaction last year to his travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries.

Homeland security chief heckled at Mexican eatery over separation policy

Demonstrators interrupted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen’s dinner at an upscale Mexican restaurant in Washington on Tuesday night to express their outrage over the separation of children from their migrant parents at the U.S. southern border."We call on you to end family separations," a member of the Metro D.C. chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America shouted as protesters filed in to MXDC Cocina Mexicana, chanting, "Shame, shame, shame," and other slogans."Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is in a Mexican restaurant of all places," one of the demonstrators said, according to video of the incident.

Trump rally in Minnesota: President Trump holds rally in Duluth for Congressional candidate Pete Stauber today – Watch live stream, live updates

President Trump was in his element Wednesday night at a rally in Duluth, Minn., where supporters cheered him on as he blasted illegal immigration, praised his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, promoted his new "Space Force" and mocked protesters.In the roughly one-hour rally, the president jumped from topic to topic, as he often does, lightly touching on his decision earlier in the day to temporarily end family separation at the border.

GE Kicked Out of Dow, the Last 19th Century Member Removed

General Electric Co. suffered a crowning ignominy Tuesday as overseers of the Dow Jones Industrial Average kicked the beleaguered company out of the stock gauge it has inhabited for more than a century.Read more from Bloomberg.

Canada becomes second nation in the world to legalize marijuana

Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after the Senate passed a "historic" bill on Tuesday with a vote of 52-29.Canada is only the second country in the world -- and the first G7 nation -- to implement legislation to permit a nationwide marijuana market.

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