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Lindsay Lohan turns into British politico during Brexit vote

Lindsay Lohan Brexit

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Some passionate comments on the United Kingdom's historic vote to leave the European Union have come from a seemingly unlikely source: Lindsay Lohan. Read more

'Independence Day' co-stars Goldblum, Hemsworth are BFFs

Liam Hemsworth and Jeff Goldblum apparently developed a bromance while making their new movie, "Independence Day: Resurgence." Read more

Events mark Edsel and Eleanor Ford wedding 100 years ago

Events celebrating the 100th anniversary of the wedding of Edsel and Eleanor Ford take place this weekend in suburban Detroit. Read more

10 Things To Know for Today

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Stefan Rousseau

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: Read more

Store burglarized a week after fatal armed robbery

A Macon convenience store has been burglarized hours after mourners attended a vigil for a clerk who was fatally shot during an armed robbery inside the same store last week. Read more

Phoenix building featured in 'Psycho' sold to developer

A historic downtown Phoenix building known for appearing in the movie "Psycho" will become a cluster of condos. Read more

Acquittal of officer leaves Baltimore asking: What happened?

Baltimore Police Death

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With no witnesses or video inside the metal compartment of a police van, it's likely no one will ever know what snapped the neck of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man left handcuffed and shackled but unbelted on his trip to the station. Read more

Street performance by Syrians in Lebanon opens wounds

Mideast Lebanon Syria Street Theater

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The small crowd broke out in giggles when a young male actor, dressed in a towel and a wig, strutted around the dusty open market in Lebanon's Bekaa valley during a street performance. He was portraying a Syrian woman coquettishly complaining of how she has no privacy with her husband in a crowde... Read more

Wife of Hollywood producer to exhibit photos at state park

John James Audubon State Park in western Kentucky is hosting a photo exhibit from Linda Bruckheimer, the wife of Hollywood film producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Read more

Bluegrass music patriarch Ralph Stanley dies at 89

Obit Ralph Stanley


Ralph Stanley, a patriarch of Appalachian music who with his brother Carter helped expand and popularize the genre that became known as bluegrass, has died. He was 89. Read more

A look at copyright lawsuits involving hit songs

A federal court jury in Los Angeles has decided that Led Zeppelin did not steal a riff for the intro of its epic hit, "Stairway to Heaven." Here is a look at some other cases that have taken pop songs from the recording studio to the courtroom over plagiarism allegations. Read more

Topeka native named new voice of KU basketball, football

A chance encounter with three Kansas legends left Topeka native Brian Hanni $7 richer — and with a wealth of advice that would guide the next two decades of his life. Read more

Gay Cuban choir Mano a Mano embarks on first US tour

Gay Cuban Choir

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Gathered around a keyboard in Los Angeles, conductor Ernesto Lima Parets stopped his singers and told them to try again. Read more

Led Zeppelin rocks copyright case over 'Stairway'

Led Zeppelin-Copyright Suit

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Music spoke louder than words of witnesses for a jury that decided Led Zeppelin did not lift a riff from an obscure 1960s instrumental for the intro to its classic 1971 rock anthem "Stairway to Heaven." Read more

Magic land Serge Ibaka in draft-night trade with Thunder

NBA Draft Basketball

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The Orlando Magic were looking to get a proven veteran and a rim protector this offseason and they came out with both in Thursday night's NBA draft. Read more

National champion Sam Mikulak on top at Olympic Trials

Olympic Trials Gymnastics

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The selection committee putting together the U.S. men's Olympic gymnastics team can probably put pencil to paper and write Sam Mikulak's name down. Read more

Chicago police advised to be on lookout for Sinead O'Connor

Chicago police have advised officers to be on the lookout for Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor after receiving a report she threatened to jump from a bridge. Read more

Kings take Papagiannis, Labissiere, Richardson after 2 deals

NBA Draft Basketball

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When the point guards the Sacramento Kings were targeting went off the board before they were set to pick at No. 8, general manager Vlade Divac didn't hesitate to trade down and bolster his frontcourt instead. Read more

Bluegrass music patriarch Ralph Stanley dies at 89

Ralph Stanley, a patriarch of Appalachian music who with his brother Carter helped expand and popularize the genre that became known as bluegrass, died Thursday. He was 89. Read more

$6M donated for 100K children in US to see "Hamilton"

The Rockefeller Foundation says it is giving $6 million to help 100,000 school children across the U.S. see the Tony Award-winning musical "Hamilton." Read more

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