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25 More Employees Say They Were Sexually Harassed While Working At McDonald’s

More employees have come out with allegations of sexual misconduct at McDonald's franchises, adding to the wave of allegations brought forward over the last three years

Ally Brooke Puckers Up In ‘Lips Don’t Lie’ Video With A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

Ally Brooke gets up close and personal in her "Lips Don't Lie" video with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

Paid Meet-And-Greets Are A Staple Of Concert Experiences — But For How Much Longer?

In a series of March tweets, The 1975's frontman Matty Healy raised critical points about the nature of meet-and-greets: Who started them and why are fans paying for them? Now, MTV News asks: What does the future of meet-and-greets look like?

James Blake Brings Peace And Serenity To Ellen With ‘I’ll Come Too’ Performance

James Blake performed 'I'll Come Too' from his 'Assume Form' album on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.' The singer's calm performance was a perfect change of pace for the usually energetic show.

Halsey’s New Era Doesn’t Run Away From Her Past

In the video for her latest single, 'Nightmare,' Halsey transitions from one era of her career to the next by blending them together rather than erasing old parts of herself.

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George Will: Trump, Obama and Congress to blame for disturbing Iranian policy

By George F. WillWASHINGTON — Difficulties with Iran will recur regularly, like the oscillations of a sine wave, and the recent crisis — if such it was, or is — illustrates persistent U.S. intellectual and institutional failures, starting with this: The Trump administration's assumption, and that of many in Congress, is that if the president wants to wage war against a nation almost the size of Mexico (and almost four times larger than Iraq) and with 83 million people (more than double that of Iraq), there is no constitutional hindrance to him acting unilaterally.In April, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was pressed in a Senate hearing to pledge that the administration would not regard the 2001 authorization for the use of military force against al-Qaida and other non-state actors responsible for 9/11 as authorization, 18 years later, for war against Iran.

Tuning in for Sunday, May 26

May 26 tuning inSUNDAYMINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL7:05 p.m.;;Oklahoma City at Omaha;;KGHM-AM 1340MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL1 p.m.;;Philadelphia at Milwaukee;;MLBN (Cox 264)3 p.m.;;Texas at L.A. Angels;;FSOK (Cox 37)/KRXO-FM 107.76 p.m.;;Atlanta at St.

OU softball: Mariah Lopez shows that Sooners are deep in not just talent, but spirit

By Berry Tramel btramel@oklahoman.comNORMAN — Mariah Lopez struck out Kenna Wilkey in the fifth inning, and The Sign Guy sprang into action.Mike Kertok of Norman is one of the OU softball fans who keeps the spirit bubbling at Marita Hynes Field.

NCAA golf: Matthew Wolff finds his groove as OSU opens up 12-stroke lead

By Kelly HinesTulsa WorldFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — After opening the NCAA Championships with an uncharacteristic Friday stretch that included three bogeys and a double bogey, Oklahoma State golfer Matthew Wolff regrouped and responded.On the holes that followed in the first and seconds rounds at Blessings Golf Club, Wolff rediscovered his confidence and caught fire, totaling 10 birdies — including seven Saturday while shooting 6-under 66.“I didn’t have my best stuff yesterday but just hung in there and figured something out as I played my back nine,” Wolff said.

Warriors know this is something special, uncertainty ahead

By The Associated PressOAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry hears the dynasty discussion about his Golden State Warriors during another postseason run.Draymond Green realizes special teams only stay together for so long before something breaks them apart.That's why the Warriors decided from Day 1 of training camp to cherish this season.Golden State is a franchise in its prime — five straight trips to the NBA Finals and seeking a third consecutive title.

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