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The Police Are Getting Their Own Funko Pop! Figures

Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland will soon be replicated in company's distinctive style. Continue reading…

Roxy Music Bandmate Says Brian Eno Won't Attend Rock Hall Induction

Guitarist Phil Manzanera says two band members aren't coming to ceremony. Continue reading…

How Randy Bachman Got Bachman-Turner Overdrive in Gear: Interview

Their '70s-era success represented vindication for leader, whose decision to leave the Guess Who had been widely questioned. Continue reading…

Motley Crue Sued Over 'The Dirt' Crewman Injury

Electrocution victim said he’d been left with a 2 percent chance of survival. Continue reading…

Michael Jackson to Remain in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Representative cites his “significant impact” on music despite allegations of abuse made in ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary. Continue reading…

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OSU Center for Health Sciences to receive bulk of settlement with Purdue Pharma to enhance addiction research

By Adam Kemp akemp@oklahoman.comStanding before a packed hall on the campus of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Dr.

Trump border emergency survives as House veto override fails

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic-led House failed Tuesday to override President Donald Trump's first veto, salvaging his effort to steer billions of extra dollars to erecting border barriers and delivering a victory to the White House in a constitutional and political clash that's raged for months.Lawmakers voted 248-181 to overturn Trump's veto, but that fell 38 votes shy of the required two-thirds margin.

Arkansas fires Mike Anderson after eight-year tenure

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas has fired men's basketball coach Mike Anderson after an eight-year tenure in which he made three NCAA Tournament appearances.Athletic director Hunter Yurachek said in a statement Tuesday that "I have made a decision that a change in leadership will best position our men's basketball program for future success."

Appeals court tilts against Trump in Twitter fight

NEW YORK (AP) — Judges on a federal appeals court in New York seem skeptical of arguments that President Donald Trump can legally ban critics from his Twitter account.The three-judge panel heard oral arguments Tuesday without ruling.The government appealed after a judge last year ruled that blocking critics violates the First Amendment.The ruling came after the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University sued on behalf of Trump critics who were blocked.Attorney Jennifer Utrecht, arguing on behalf of the president, noted that @realDonaldTrump was created long before Trump was president.

Apple facing US import ban on some iPhones in tech dispute

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A trade court judge will recommend banning some iPhones from being imported into the U.S. after concluding Apple's best-selling device infringed on technology owned by mobile chip maker Qualcomm.The U.S. Trade International Trade Commission decision is the latest twist in a bitter legal dispute between Qualcomm and Apple over the rights to some of the technology that connects iPhones to the internet.It's unclear if the recommended ban will be imposed or even which iPhone models would be affected.

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