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TikTok hit keeps Kendrick-Drake feud from top spot on Canadian Billboard chart

TikTok hit keeps Kendrick-Drake feud from top spot on Canadian Billboard chart

TORONTO — Drake and Kendrick Lamar's rap beef held a tight grip on social media last week, but neither star could turn the attention into a No. 1 hit on the Canadian pop charts.
Alice Munro, Nobel literature winner revered as short story master, dead at 92

Alice Munro, Nobel literature winner revered as short story master, dead at 92

Nobel laureate Alice Munro, the Canadian literary giant among the world’s most esteemed contemporary authors and short story writers, has died at age 92.
In her feminist punk music, Kathleen Hanna tells it all. In her memoir, there's more to the story

In her feminist punk music, Kathleen Hanna tells it all. In her memoir, there's more to the story

Few artists have a neat origin story, but Kathleen Hanna, the feminist punk pioneer and celebrated frontwoman whose rallying cry of “girls to the front” inspired generations, may have a pretty convincing one.
Feds urge people not to put decals on steering wheels after a driver is hurt by flying metal pieces

Feds urge people not to put decals on steering wheels after a driver is hurt by flying metal pieces

DETROIT (AP) — Federal auto safety regulators are warning people not to stick decals on their steering wheels because they can be hurled at drivers if the air bags inflate in a crash.
There's bird flu in US dairy cows. Raw milk drinkers aren't deterred

There's bird flu in US dairy cows. Raw milk drinkers aren't deterred

Sales of raw milk appear to be on the rise, despite years of warnings about the health risks of drinking the unpasteurized products — and an outbreak of bird flu in dairy cows. Since March 25, when the bird flu virus was confirmed in U.S.
Trial for final wrongful death suit in Astroworld concert crowd crush is set for September

Trial for final wrongful death suit in Astroworld concert crowd crush is set for September

HOUSTON (AP) — The one remaining wrongful death lawsuit filed after 10 people were killed during a deadly crowd crush at the 2021 Astroworld music festival has been set for trial in civil court in September, a judge said Tuesday.
A French court clears director Polanski of defaming a British actor who accused him of rape

A French court clears director Polanski of defaming a British actor who accused him of rape

PARIS (AP) — A French court acquitted filmmaker Roman Polanski on Tuesday of defaming a British actor whom he accused of lying after she alleged that he sexually assaulted her as a teenager.
Movie armorer appeals conviction in fatal shooting of cinematographer by Alec Baldwin

Movie armorer appeals conviction in fatal shooting of cinematographer by Alec Baldwin

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A movie weapons armorer is appealing her conviction for involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin on the set of the Western film “Rust,” according to court documents released Tuesday.
David Sanborn, Grammy-winning saxophonist who played on hundreds of albums, dies at 78

David Sanborn, Grammy-winning saxophonist who played on hundreds of albums, dies at 78

NEW YORK (AP) — David Sanborn, the Grammy-winning saxophonist who played lively solos on such hits as David Bowie's “Young Americans” and James Taylor's “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” and enjoyed his own highly successful recording career as
Day care prices aren't getting better. So states are stepping in

Day care prices aren't getting better. So states are stepping in

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Across the country, the story for families is virtually the same: Child care is unaffordable for many, hard to find for those who can pay, and financially precarious for day care operators and their employees.
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