Jack Johnson
 

Jack Johnson

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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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“Dirty John” — Do you know your date?

“Dirty John” — Do you know your date? 

There are countless stories of people meeting their true love online — and living happily ever after. But still — when you see the picture of that handsome stranger and start chatting him up, you have to ask yourself: “Just who am I talking to? What secrets does he have? What isn’t he telling me?” […]

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Dale Hansen on Trump vs. The NFL

Dale Hansen on Trump vs. The NFL 

Los Angeles (CNN) Colin Kaepernick took a knee. Donald Trump took offense. And now the world is paying attention. 13 months after the former 49ers quarterback began his silent protest, the President of the United States launched into a sensational tirade against NFL players who have taken a knee in protest of “The National Anthem.” […]

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Kenny G serenades Delta passengers

Kenny G serenades Delta passengers 

Ahhh… sax on a plane. It ain’t cheap — but can be so rewarding, especially when it’s with the legendary Kenny G. The Grammy Award winner had a captive audience — when he busted-out some tunes aboard a Delta flight heading from Tampa to Los Angeles. The head flight attendant announced the saxophonist would play […]

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From Ironman to “The New Face of 50”: Darren Kavinoky Runs Across America

From Ironman to “The New Face of 50”: Darren Kavinoky Runs Across America 

Los Angeles (CNN) Turning 50 is one of those life-defining moments. Some hate it. Some embrace it. Others just run away. And the latter is what criminal defense attorney Darren Kavinoky is doing. The host of Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Sins” is running more than 3,000 miles from Los Angeles to New York City to bring […]

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Paco Rosic Spray Paints St. Louis’ History

Paco Rosic Spray Paints St. Louis’ History 

St. Louis, Missouri (CNN) A Bosnian refugee turned world-renowned aerosol artist is putting the finishing touches on an impressive 1,000-square-foot canvas. Wearing a gas mask, standing on scaffolding for hours at a time and using endless cans of spray paint, Paco Rosic is painting the history of St. Louis, Missouri, on the ceiling and walls […]

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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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