After learning that billionaire and Warner Music Group owner Len Blavatnik donated to President Trump's inauguration, a professor at Oxford University's Blavatnik School of Government has resigned.
A U.S. appeals court says three members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity have a plausible case that they were implicated in a now-retracted story about an alleged gang rape at U.Va.
An outsized number of jazz heavyweights call Houston and its surrounding area home — here, they speak of the situation down south and their concerns for its future.
"As much as we regret having to cancel, we feel it is the only acceptable course of action in the current environment," the band said in a statement with Live Nation.
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The hacker group, which posted hundreds of gigabytes of data it took from the music video site on Friday, said that it had alerted Vevo about the site's failure to protect itself.
A year ago, fans of the band Insane Clown Posse announced they would stage a march in Washington, D.C. The protest is set for Saturday, and here's what you need to know.
The University of Oregon agreed to pay a $90,000 settlement to fired Oregon Bach Festival Artistic Director Matthew Halls this week, in the midst of a public relations disaster over his abrupt termination in August.
A deal between China's dominant tech companies reveals a lot about the country's approach to policing culture.