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Recording artists are straight up about being gay

A generation ago, Michael Stipe was reluctant to come out of the closet, but R.E.M.'s vocalist, Melissa Etheridge and K.D. Lang and a number of influential recording artists revealed their sexual orientation during the early 1990s.

Longtime fan looks back at AC/DC’s Spokane Coliseum debut in 1978

When AC/DC concluded its 25-song set with the anthemic "For Those About to Rock" at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center four years ago, it appeared that the iconic Australian hard rock band was finished after a glorious 43-year run. It was the final date of a tour the band almost didn't complete.

France swaps chokehold for stun guns after police protests

Less than a week after France banned police chokeholds, the government responded to growing officer discontent by announcing it would test stun guns for wider use, adding to the ranks of European law enforcement agencies that have recently adopted the weapons that many in the U.S. equate with excess police violence.