Eddie Van Halen donates guitars to public schools
 

Eddie Van Halen

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Ben Harper takes on police shootings on latest album
 

Ben Harper

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Lissie’s “Daughters” brings clean water to women in developing nations
 

Lissie

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Teen stolen as a baby still loves “Mom”

Teen stolen as a baby still loves “Mom” 

Los Angeles (CNN) July 1998 — Kamiyah Mobley was just a few hours old. A woman, dressed as a nurse, walked out of a Jacksonville hospital with the infant and vanished without a trace. A mother left devastated — longing for her daughter’s return. “That would be the happiest thing in the world right now […]

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Roger Federer’s Aussie Open comeback

Roger Federer’s Aussie Open comeback 

Tennis and TV… I’ve done both of them forever. Tonight, the institutions that I love collided when Roger Federer joined our program. I produced the segment and John Vause dropped the racket with his interview skills. Truly a life highlight… Melbourne (CNN) Tennis superstar Roger Federer is making his big comeback after being sidelined for […]

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Cities battle for $1.5b George Lucas art museum

Cities battle for $1.5b George Lucas art museum 

Los Angeles (CNN) The creator of Star Wars, George Lucas, has decided that he wants to give a new home to one lucky city — and that is an offer to build a museum which will house his art collection. And in true Star Wars fashion — the proposed renderings of the $1.5 billion project […]

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2016: The Year the Music Died

2016: The Year the Music Died 

Los Angeles (CNN) February 3, 1959… Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper killed in a plane crash. It was the day the music died… Then, came a sad 11 month stretch in 1970-71 when the world lost Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Louis Armstrong. Both stretches of time were awful but, […]

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NYT Photojournalist on Philippines Drug War

NYT Photojournalist on Philippines Drug War 

Los Angeles (CNN) President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs has led to a deadly crackdown in the Philippines. The country’s national police says nearly 6,000 people have been killed since July 1. More than 1/3 of them happened during police operations — but more than half were extrajudicial or vigilante-style killings. They largely remain unsolved […]

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Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo fights DAPL & Cancer

Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo fights DAPL & Cancer 

Los Angeles (CNN) “The Fight” — it’s the new single by Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas. And he’s been doing a lot of fighting lately. He’s been on the front lines with fellow Native Americans trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from being built on their sacred land. Taboo also recently opened up […]

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Sandy Hook Promise: learning from one of America’s saddest days

Sandy Hook Promise: learning from one of America’s saddest days 

Newtown, CT (CNN) It’s one of those dates in history that you just can’t shake. December 14, 2012. My workout clothes were on and I was headed to the gym. But in a moment of procrastination… I turned on the TV. There had been a shooting. At a school. An elementary school. In Connecticut. Children […]

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Iraq war veteran walks 5,800 miles to honor his Battalion

Iraq war veteran walks 5,800 miles to honor his Battalion 

Los Angeles (CNN) This bastard’s road has been long and, at times, lonely. He had to take it. He was a combat veteran who had simply seen too much — too many brother Marines dead on the battlefield in Iraq. When he came home he faced fresh battles: alcohol, arrests and a suicide attempt. “It […]

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Canadian cops to blare Nickelback songs to punish drunks

Canadian cops to blare Nickelback songs to punish drunks 

Los Angeles (CNN) With the holidays approaching, police in Canada are making all the usual warnings about the tough penalties for driving under the influence — loss of license, hefty fines and possible jail time. But in the sleepy town of Kensington, cops are warning of a cruel and unusual punishment for drunk drivers who […]

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Dakota Access Pipeline: Essential infrastructure of ecological racism

Dakota Access Pipeline: Essential infrastructure of ecological racism 

Standing Rock, South Dakota (CNN) It’s a project intended to connect but destined to divide. 1,172 miles of pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois that would carry in excess of 450,000 barrels of oil per day. A Texas energy company took the $3.7 billion plan public in 2014 — hoping to hydrofrack crude in the […]

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