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Gabrielle Crahan, Daughter of Slipknot's Shawn Crahan, Dead at 22

Gabrielle Crahan, the youngest daughter of Slipknot percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan, has died of unknown causes at the age of 22. Continue reading…

'President Trump' Sings Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now' on 'SNL'

In-character Alec Baldwin took on the late '70s hit while preparing for the chief executive's summer vacation. Continue reading…

20 Years Ago: 'Star Wars' Returns With 'The Phantom Menace'

After a 16-year break, a return to a galaxy far, far away. Continue reading…

'I Ain't Never Losing': How Michael Larson Broke 'Press Your Luck'

An ice cream truck driver from Ohio figured out how to avoid the Whammy and burned a major network game show for more than $100,000. Continue reading…

How Elton John Conjured Up His Past With 'Crocodile Rock'

Sardonic, sincere, outlandish and tuneful—that was Elton John in the '70s, and that was “Crocodile Rock.” Continue reading…

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Paint job concern gives neighbor 'paws'

By Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Callie Athey and Helen Ford WallaceFor The OklahomanQUESTION: My dog ran out of the house into a neighbor’s garage. Unfortunately, there were kitchen cabinets that were drying after being recently painted.

Report: More companies in China handing over technology

BEIJING (AP) — The number of foreign companies that feel compelled to hand over technology in exchange for Chinese market access — an issue that sparked President Donald Trump's tariff fight with Beijing — has doubled since two years ago despite official promises to end such pressure, a business group reported Monday.The European Chamber of Commerce in China's report highlighted enduring complaints about "forced technology transfer" that China's trading partners say violate its market-opening commitments despite denials and promises of change.European leaders have criticized Trump's tactics in confronting Beijing over its technology ambitions but echo U.S. criticisms.One in five companies that responded to a survey in January, before the latest round of U.S. and Chinese tariff hikes, said they felt compelled to hand over technology, up from 10% in a 2017 survey, the European chamber said."It is not something that is back in history.

Barlow helps Red Bulls beat Atlanta United 1-0

HARRISON, N.J. (AP) — Tom Barlow scored his first MLS goal to help the short-handed New York Red Bulls beat Atlanta United 1-0 on Sunday night and snap Atlanta's MLS-record streak of five consecutive shutouts.Atlanta United (6-4-2), which had 66.9% possession and outshot the Red Bulls 12-6, conceded its first goal since a 2-1 loss to FC Dallas on April 20.New York (5-5-2) played a man down after Tim Parker was shown a red card for denial of a goal-scoring opportunity by Josef Martinez in the 35th minute and was without Bradley-Wright Phillips and Aaron Long.Wright-Phillips, the Red Bulls' goals leader in each of the last five seasons, missed his fifth consecutive game with groin injury.

Conservatives look set to form gov't after Australia vote

SYDNEY (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison looks set to form a majority government as counting of votes from Australia's election allays fears his conservative coalition may have to rule in the minority.With 76 seats needed for majority rule, figures from the Australian Electoral Commission on Monday showed 84 % of votes had been counted and the coalition was on target to win 77 seats, a rise of four after going into Saturday's election as a minority government with 73 seats.The opposition Labor Party — which was widely expected to win the election — is set to claim 68 seats, with independents and minor parties taking six.

Trump tells anti-abortion activists to stay united for 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump distanced himself from Alabama's restrictive new abortion law by laying out differing personal views even as he urged anti-abortion activists to stay united heading into the 2020 election.In a series of tweets about abortion, Trump did not state whether he was for or against the Alabama law, which forbids the procedure in almost all circumstances, including cases of rape and incest.But a senior administration official said Sunday that the president is troubled by new state laws that seek to imprison doctors who perform abortions.The official said Trump wanted to make clear that one can oppose abortion, as he does, but still agree to allow it when rape or incest is involved, or when the pregnant woman's life is at risk.

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