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The Texas-born, Hawaii-raised musician has toured with Neil Young and his father, outlaw poet Willie Nelson. The new, self-titled album from his band, Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real, is out now.

Marlene Schiappa, France's equality minister, is a 34-year-old ex-blogger who hopes to change ingrained attitudes. Her work is cut out for her — but "she is young and she is out loud," a fan says.

After a series of violent political protests, police feel pressure to err on the side of caution, but too much crowd control can curb free speech. One former police chief calls it a "guessing game."

After a deadly home explosion in Northern Colorado, residents want to change the rules on how close their homes and schools should be to oil and gas wells.

After a deadly home explosion in Northern Colorado, residents want to change the rules on how close their homes and schools should be to oil and gas wells.

The former Maricopa County, Ariz., sheriff was convicted of criminal contempt for refusing to halt racial profiling activity while in office. The White House cited his age as one factor in the pardon.

For a while Thursday, Lani Sarem's debut, Handbook for Mortals, stood as the reigning best-seller in young adult literature. Within hours, it had been removed from the list entirely. What happened?

The surgeons tasked with removing a tumor from Dan Fabbio's brain had worked hard not to disrupt his ability to perform music. They rejoiced when he was able to play his sax on the operating table.

Nguyen and Thi Tran started Starry Kitchen out of desperation. Now the couple has a new book with their best recipes and stories of their adventures in the culinary world.

A South Korean court has sentenced the billionaire head of Samsung Group to five years in prison. He was found guilty in a corruption case involving the country's former president.

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