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Tears flow in Italy on day of mass funeral

Italian President Sergio Mattarella arrives in Amatrice on Aug. 27. (Ciro De Luca/Reuters) Recovery efforts continued as the country mourned the victims of the Aug. 24 earthquake.


Trump sparks outrage with reaction to shooting

Donald Trump addresses supporters in Akron, Ohio. (Angelo Merendino/Getty Images) NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was killed in crossfire in Chicago, but Donald Trump didn't offer condolences.


Drake Buys Rihanna a Billboard to Congratulate Her Ahead of MTV Video Music Awards

The singer shared a photo of the billboard on social media.

German rightists protest immigration

German rightists protest immigration Members of the far-right Identitarian Movement scaled Berlin's Brandenburg Gate with a protest banner.


Can Kaine's wife make Clinton more relatable?

Anne Holton and Hillary Clinton in July. (Andrew Harnik/AP) Anne Holton, wife of vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, is a veteran of the political stage.


Reasons ISIS marketing is so effective

The disturbing reasons ISIS marketing is so effective ISIS propaganda focuses on its military activity and also portrays itself as an effective government.


Zika screening at U.S. blood centers advised

FDA advises Zika screening at all U.S. blood centers. (AP) The new FDA advisory means all states and territories will need to begin testing blood donations for the virus immediately.


LOLO Talks Music, Inspiration, and Upcoming Album

ABC News' Andrea Dresdale interviews LOLO about her upcoming album.

Judge blocks N.C.'s transgender bathroom law

Judge blocks North Carolina's transgender bathroom law. (Getty Images) The ruling means two students and a UNC employee can use bathrooms matching their gender identity.


Obama race relations legacy seen as mixed

Obama's legacy on race relations is seen as mixed. (AP) As the presidential candidates attack each other over racial politics, black leaders say Obama's record looks mixed.


Jesse Metcalfe revels in real-life romance, music on TV

This image released by the Hallmark Channel shows Jesse Metcalfe from the TV series, "Chesapeake Shores," airing Sundays at 9 p.m. EST. (Ricardo Hubbs/Hallmark Channel via AP) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jesse Metcalfe is stretching himself artistically as a musician and, on the side, as a jewelry designer.


Maine governor to lawmaker: ‘I am after you’

Rep. Drew Gattine; Maine Gov. Paul Richard LePage (Yahoo News) Gov. Paul Richard LePage became angry after being called a racist by Rep. Drew Gattine.


Sarajevo Chamber Music Festival to organize house concerts

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Organizers of the sixth annual Sarajevo Chamber Music Festival have invited music lovers to open their homes for concerts.

Behind university's 'trigger warning' letter

Students walk through the main quadrangle at the University of Chicago. (Robert Kozloff/University of Chicago) The University of Chicago's dean says the firestorm over a letter to freshmen was somewhat the point.


French court rules to suspend burkini ban

French court makes initial ruling to suspend burkini ban. (AP) The Conseil d'Etat gave the ruling after a human rights group said the ban contravenes with civil liberties.


American guitarist uses music as healing force in Kabul

Strumming their guitars and clapping together, American musician Lanny Cordola and his Afghan pupils sing a Bob Marley tune as they sit on a hill in Kabul. The song is one of several the guitarist has taught the children to play at The Miraculous Love Kids music school he founded where he hopes to help some 50 students, mostly girls from poor families. "My hope is that ... everybody in Afghanistan will pick up a guitar and sing and make music," Cordola said.

Dangerous humanitarian mission in Iraq

Clearing mines amid the rubble of war. (Yahoo News) A team made up mostly of Kurdish civilians is tasked with clearing explosive devices before displaced Iraqi residents can return to their homes.


Controversial rape case judge requests change

Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky. (AP) Aaron Persky, criticized for a lenient sentence for a former Stanford swimmer, will no longer hear criminal matters.


Immigration hardliner's warning for Trump

Republican Rep. Steve King speaks in Des Moines. (Charlie Neibergall/AP) GOP Rep. Steve King says that if the candidate is changing his position, it could prompt supporters to stay home.


Italy earthquake death toll rises to 247

Italy earthquake death toll rises. (Reuters) Aftershocks continue nearly 24 hours after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked the country’s central region.


Clinton assails Trump's 'stream of bigotry'

Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign event in Reno, Nev. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) The Democrat says her Republican rival aligns with the party's "fringe element," known as the "alt-right."


Trump's data indifference hampering the GOP

Trump’s lack of a data operation is hurting the GOP, operatives say The candidate's lack of focus on analytics is "a shame" and has weakened Republicans, laments one operative.


Why rich donors keep giving to losing candidates

Why rich donors keep giving to losing GOP candidates like Mitt Romney and John McCain. (AP) Victory on Election Day is decidedly secondary for super-rich backers of high-profile politicians.


How not to get dragged down by the Donald

How not to get dragged down by the Donald. (Yahoo News) The GOP Senate candidate in Nevada may be the best example of how Republicans can save themselves from Trump.


Herb Alpert endows LA City College music education

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Herb Alpert's foundation has given $10.1 million to endow music education at Los Angeles City College.

National Park Service hits the century mark

View of Mount Moran from Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park. (Shirley & Pat Collins/McPhoto/ullstein bild via Getty) The federal agency is inviting the public to take part in the anniversary festivities, which include freebies.


Apple Music Festival returns to London in September

US singer Alicia Keys will perform live at this year's Apple Music Festival. Apple announced on Thursday that the Apple Music Festival will return to London's Roundhouse in September for a 10th anniversary music celebration.


Inside Trump's meeting with GOP minorities

Ashley Bell gives an account of Donald Trump's meeting with GOP minorities. (Yahoo News) Ashley Bell, the RNC's national director of African-American outreach, says the candidate was "very polite."


The Weeknd hints at new music with Daft Punk

Recording artist The Weeknd R&B sensation The Weeknd released a snippet of music on Wednesday after hinting at a collaboration with reclusive French electronic duo Daft Punk. The Canadian singer, who a year ago burst into the mainstream with his Grammy-nominated album "The Beauty Behind the Madness," uploaded what appeared to be new music onto Instagram without further visuals or commentary. The track is driven by The Weeknd's distinctively wide-ranging R&B-tinged voice but with a light electronic accompaniment.


Elton John, Britney Spears join Apple Music Festival lineup

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elton John, Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Calvin Harris are among the performers at this year's Apple Music Festival.

$18 million in 3 days: Clinton’s big haul

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leaves a fundraiser in Piedmont, Calif. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) Hillary Clinton mingled with Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson and Apple CEO Tim Cook.


Kanye West to Appear at MTV Video Music Awards

Meanwhile, Michael Phelps and the Final 5 gymnasts are set to present at Sunday's show.

The Chainsmokers and Halsey Will Get "Closer" at MTV Video Music Awards

The performance will join stage appearances by Britney Spears and G-Eazy; Ariana Grande with Nicki Minaj; Nick Jonas featuring Ty Dolla Sign; Future; and Rihanna.

Watch All of Britney Spears' MTV Video Music Awards Performances

Her VMAs appearances have included everything from a live tiger to a smooch with Madonna.

Trooper's fatal shooting of deaf driver probed

Friends and family of Daniel Harris during a candlelight vigil on Aug. 22 in Charlotte, N.C. (David T. Foster III/The Charlotte Observer via AP) The family of Daniel Harris says he was unarmed and that his death resulted from a tragic misunderstanding.


Assange: WikiLeaks to release Clinton data

(AP) The group's founder says "a variety of documents ... associated with the election campaign" will be made public.


Quake destroys buildings in Italy; dozens dead

Rescuers at a collapsed house following a quake in Amatrice, central Italy, on Aug. 24. (Emiliano Grillotti/Reuters) "There are houses that aren't here anymore.,” the mayor of Amatrice says after a 6.2-magnitude quake struck the area.


Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left Behind

Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left Behind Yesterday reports surfaced about Universal Music Group possibly banning streaming exclusives entirely, but a new report by BuzzFeed’s Reggie Ugwu has revealed a more nuanced approach. An anonymous source close to the label confirmed Universal Music Group’s stance against giving extended exclusives to individual streaming platforms, but also cautioned that it doesn’t amount to a “blanket ban” against such agreements entirely. Indeed, Universal Music Group may be forced to make some difficult decisions in the future, should artists who are not entirely under its purview — such as Taylor Swift, who’s signed to independent partner Big Machine Records, and Cash Money’s Drake — continue to make agreements with the likes of Apple Music and cut UMG out almost entirely.


Key conservative joins Trump transition team

Ed Feulner (AP) Ed Feulner, a major figure in the conservative movement, will help the nominee prepare for a possible presidency.


Why Trump's immigration pivot is no surprise

Donald Trump (Getty Images) The GOP nominee's career-long knack for giving the public what it wants made his pivot predictable.


Clinton's aggressive plan to attack Trump

(Yahoo News) The Democrat aims to paint her GOP rival as aligning with a group that believes "white identity" is under attack.


Army training slide called Clinton a threat

Hillary Clinton and the Army training slide. (AP; U.S. Army W.T.F! Moments via Facebook) The Army has pulled the slide, which listed Clinton among a group of "insider" threats to national security.


Reward your ears: 5 gadgets to liven up your music

This Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, photo shows the Electrohome Archer Briefcase portable turntable, in Decatur, Ga. The unit has built-in speakers and a headphone jack if the user wants to listen in private. A USB port on the front lets the listener play music from a flash drive with song files. (AP Photo/ Ron Harris) ATLANTA (AP) — Open your ears. What do you hear?


Habitable planet is found right next door

An artist's impression of the planet Proxima b, orbiting the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri Scientists reveal an Earth-size body orbiting the star nearest our sun — and hope one day it will be explored by robots.


Is Donald Trump softening on immigration?

Donald Trump at a rally in New Hampshire. (Getty Images) The candidate has recently shown signs that he's willing to roll back his hard-line stance on immigrants.


Ex-Cantina 1910 Chef Eyes Lease, Cook County Seeks Music Venues' Taxes, More Intel

Ex-Cantina 1910 Chef Eyes Lease, Cook County Seeks Music Venues' Taxes, More Intel —It must be pure coincidence, but chef Diana Davila —who left Cantina 1910 in December— is back in the news days after her former restaurant permanently closed. Last year Reider launched his supper club, Pith from his Columbia University dorm room in New York.


Trump campaign says polls are wrong

Trump campaign says polls are wrong. (AP) Kellyanne Conway argued polls are missing the “undercover Trump voter,” who is embarrassed to admit support for him.


Dr. Carson pressures 'elderly' candidates

Dr. Ben Carson: ‘Elderly’ presidential candidates like Trump and Clinton should release medical history The former GOP candidate and retired surgeon says Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton should disclose current medical records.


Blacks question Trump's outreach attempts

James Smith, left, and Ike Jenkins, who is not a Donald Trump fan, in East Cleveland, Ohio. (Bill Barrow/AP) Many rank-and-file black voters dismiss his overtures as racially charged pitches aimed exclusively at whites.


Dolly Parton, Lisa Hannigan, Ed Harcourt And More Music Reviews

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