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Keith Richards Says He's Cut Back on Drinking: 'It Was Time to Quit'

Rolling Stones guitarist says he "got fed up" with boozing. Continue reading…

Spider-Man Movies Ranked Worst to Best

Most webslinger lists focus on just the modern-era productions. Not this one. Continue reading…

Guns N' Roses Studio Rumors Denied

Producer of T. Rex tribute album says band didn't record cover of "Children of the Revolution." Continue reading…

David Lee Roth Says He Was 'Butchered' Over Van Halen Earnings

Singer bouncing back after watching his “whole fortune walk off into another man’s pocket.” Continue reading…

Terminal Lee Kerslake Wants Ozzy Platinum Discs Before He Dies

Drummer hopes to complete bucket list item before cancer battle ends. Continue reading…

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China suspected in huge Marriott data breach, official says

WASHINGTON (AP) — Investigators believe hackers working on behalf of China's main intelligence agency are responsible for a massive data breach involving the theft of personal information from as many as 500 million guests of the Marriott hotel chain, a U.S. official said Wednesday.Investigators suspect the hackers were working on behalf of the Chinese Ministry of State Security, an official briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press.The official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity, said investigators were particularly concerned about the data breach in part because Marriott is frequently used by the military and government agencies.Marriott, which announced the data breach on Nov.

Video: Check out highlights from the TV special 'Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night,' featuring Kelly Clarkson, Maren Morris and Backstreet Boys

By Brandy McDonnellGrammy-winning vocal group Pentatonix, which recently released its fourth holiday album, "Christmas is Here!," returned to NBC this week for its third holiday special, “Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night.”As previously reported, the special featured the multiplatinum-selling quintet, which includes former University of Oklahoma student Kirstin Maldonado, matching its lovely a cappella harmonies with fellow music stars like Kelly Clarkson, who put the passion into "My Grown Up Christmas List"; Maren Morris, who induced chills on "When You Believe"; and Backstreet Boys, who showed that they know a little about harmonizing, too, with "Winter Wonderland.

Scott Boras’ latest on Oklahoma quarterback and A's prospect Kyler Murray sounds complicated

Scott Boras’s latest updated on Kyler Murray’s chances of playing for the A’s was a bit murky.Throughout the past couple of weeks as speculation has risen over which sport Murray will choose to play professionally, Boras has done his best to douse the flames by standing firmly on the fact that the University of Oklahoma quarterback has a contractual commitment to the A’s and plans to honor it by showing up to spring training come February.

UPDATED: Vast's chef Kevin Lee wins it big on Triple-G

Dave CatheyWhat’s clearly lining up to be a big year for local chef Kevin Lee got off to a white-hot start as evidenced by tonight's $20,000-winning appearance on Food Network's“Guy’s Grocery Games.”Lee took on three other contestants in an episode filmed in May that premiered Wednesday night on Food Network.Look for him to appear on a future episode of the show to add onto the stack he said was designated for his children's education.

Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison for crimes committed while working for Trump

NEW YORK — A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced President Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen to three years in prison for financial crimes and lying to Congress, as the disgraced “fixer” apologized but said he felt it was his duty to cover up the “dirty deeds” of his former boss.Cohen made an emotional apology to U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley III, taking responsibility for what the judge called a “veritable smorgasbord of criminal conduct” — crimes that included tax violations, lying to a bank and, during the 2016 campaign, buying the silence of women who claimed that they once had affairs with the future president.Read more from Washington Post.

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