Kirk Hammett's signed electric axe-slayer from Metallica's music video for 'One' is being sold at auction.
Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja has called on the music industry to come up with "different solutions" to reduce its carbon footprint given off by touring and festivals.
The prominent Black leader and reverend says many in the city’s white-controlled power structure see themselves as enlightened, but some still fail to fully grasp what Blacks here face or to trust Black-led solutions.
U.S. service members are refusing or putting off the COVID-19 vaccine by the thousands, as frustrated commanders scramble to knock down intern…
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Conditions inside the nation’s hospitals are deteriorating by the day as the coronavirus rages across the U.S. at an unrelenting pace and the death toll has reached 250,000. Here's the latest.
Sauk County Health Officer Tim Lawther submitted a letter of resignation citing frustration with leadership and the COVID-19 pandemic being turned into “a political tool.”
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The world may know Marcus Caster-Rupp as Aeneas, star of the biggest show on television, but fan fiction readers call him something else: Book!AeneasWouldNever. Marcus gets out his frustrations with the show through anonymous stories about the internet’s favorite couple, Aeneas and Lavinia. But if anyone discovered his online persona, he’d be finished in Hollywood. April Whittier has secrets of her own. A hardcore Lavinia fan, she’s long hidden her fanfic and cosplay hobbies from her “real life” — but not anymore. When she dares to post her latest costume creation on Twitter, her plus-size take goes viral. And when Marcus asks her out to spite her internet critics, truth officially becomes stranger than fanfiction.
With just two months to plan for the reopening of school buildings for the 2020-21 school year, districts say they have had their hands tied on planning as they are still awaiting guidance from the state on what going back to the classroom will look like during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A: I would just encourage parents to have a weekly or biweekly meeting about what’s coming up. Because literally, three weeks ago we didn’t know what would be happening now. Next week, we don’t know what’s happening. So we don’t want to be like chickens with our heads cut off. We want to do a “state of the family union.”
Behind the scenes, there were significant delays by China and considerable frustration among WHO officials over not getting the information they needed to fight the spread of the deadly virus, an AP investigation has found. Get caught up on all of the latest virus developments.
At a time when President Trump, and too many of the president’s allies, have practiced the politics of division at its worst, Barnes is encouraging people to act on behalf of economic, social and racial justice.
When you’re in that demon-killing mood, you should be able to frag with the best of them. Help your dad overcome the frustration of using mainstream game controllers with Microsoft’s $100 Xbox Adaptive Controller It maps all the typical controller functions to a design that requires less coordination to operate. While it works with an Xbox console, it also works with PC games.
Here are seven things worth asking after viewing the owners' first (official) financial proposal.
Uncertainty causes anxiety, and change can be challenging.
Even though online dating is convenient with swiping and liking those who strike your fancy, it can be stressful. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has…
Be patient with them, and show them how to do the various lunch tasks. Kids can get frustrated easily if they don’t know how to do something, but parents also avoid frustration themselves by just doing it for them. Remember: Give the kid a lunch; they’ll eat for a day. Teach them how to make their own lunch; they’ll eat for a lifetime.
Stomach bugs aside, Butter says the actual running aspect of the challenge was reasonably straightforward, his fitness sustained by running two or three marathons a week.
Phil Mickelson has apologized four days after intentionally violating golf rules by hitting a moving ball on the green at the U.S. Open, saying his frustration got the best of him.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has decided not to run for reelection. He says he wants to spend more time with his family, but it's clear that…
As violent crimes reach record levels in Madison, police chief creates plan to slow it down
New data shines a light on how large disparities are when it comes to race and gender in south-central Wisconsin’s workplaces.