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Charli XCX Reworks A Clique Ode, Donna Missal Vents About Love, And More Songs We Like

This week's Bop Shop features a Taylor Swift update, a reworked Charli XCX number, another stunner from Phoebe Bridgers, and more.

Lady Gaga And Ariana Grande Sing Each Other’s Praises To Celebrate ‘Rain On Me’

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's 'Rain on Me' is a house banger all about getting through trauma. On social media, the two pop stars sang each other's praises for how they've helped each other.

Dola’s Victorian ‘Running In Place’ Video Pops With Smartphone Choreography

Dola, the musical moniker of 'Billions' star Condola Rashad, is on full display in the inventive anti-swiping video for 'Running in Place.' She tells MTV News how the vision came together.

Extra Bros: Meet The Brand-New Double Shot At Love Cast Members

DJ Pauly D and Vinny won't be the only bros on 'Double Shot at Love' -- meet the new male cast members.

Lana Del Rey Calls Out Critics And Fellow Artists In Impassioned New Note

Lana Del Rey has taken aim at critics and fellow artists in a new note that, among other topics, explores her place in feminist art. 'I'm just a glamorous person singing about the realities of what we are all now seeing are very prevalent abusive relationships all over the world.'

Local News

'He changed a lot of lives': Eddie Sutton built a family bond at OSU

By Scott WrightStaff writerswright@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER — Randy Rutherford paid a visit to Eddie Sutton during the day on Saturday, hours before the legendary basketball coach passed away at the age of 84.It was a day full of reminiscing for Rutherford, who played for Sutton at Oklahoma State from 1992-95.

Trooper dies of injuries suffered in on-duty death

HAMMOND, La. (AP) — A Louisiana state trooper injured last week during a vehicle pursuit died Sunday morning, state police and the governor's office said.Trooper George Baker, 33, was assisting the Hammond Police Department with the pursuit around 2:15 a.m.

Memorial Day weekend draws crowds and triggers warnings

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. meant big crowds at beaches and warnings from authorities Sunday about people disregarding the coronavirus social-distancing rules and risking a resurgence of the scourge that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.Meanwhile, the White House broadened its travel ban against countries hard hit by the virus by saying it would deny admission to foreigners who have recently been in Brazil.Sheriff's deputies and beach patrols tried to make sure people kept their distance from others as they soaked up the rays on the sand and at parks and other recreation sites around the country.In the Tampa area along Florida's Gulf Coast, the crowds were so big that authorities took the extraordinary step of closing parking lots because they were full.On the Sunday talk shows, Dr.

Eddie Sutton's legacy at Oklahoma State: Excellence was possible for Cowboys

By Berry TramelColumnistbtramel@oklahoman.comIn the final OSU basketball season before the Eddie Sutton era, the Cowboys’ home opener was against Memphis.

Judge rules against Florida on felons paying fines to vote

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay, or unable to find out how much they owe, a federal judge ruled Sunday.The 125-page ruling was issued by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle in Tallahassee.

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