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How Louis & Dan and the Invisible Band's 'Smorgasbord' Rock Kids Music
College professors by day, rockers by night, best friends and bandmates Louis & Dan and the Invisible Band are coming in hot with their new album Smörgåsbord.
Analysis | Which Programs for Children Should Democrats Cut?
It's not exactly Sophie's Choice, but it's still painful for Democrats.
CMS chief at HLTH: We need to stop taking it for granted that people know they are eligible for coverage
To achieve its twin goals of improving health equity and access to care, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is doubling down on some key areas, including outreach, education and innovative care delivery and payment models.
FDA approves Humira biosimilar as first-ever interchangeable monoclonal antibody
AbbVie's blockbuster drug Humira has more competition coming-the first FDA-approved biosimilar that may be substituted for the monoclonal antibody at the pharmacy.
An arrest at the George Floyd protests: Mel D Cole's best photograph
took this on the first day of the protests in Foley Square, New York, following the murder of George Floyd. I've witnessed protests before but nothing like this. It was intense, volatile and angry.
Animal Collective announce new album Time Skiffs, share "Prester John": Stream
Experimental indie rock icons Animal Collective have announced their first new studio album in over half a decade. It's called Time Skiffs and it's due out February 4th via Domino.
Shovels & Rope announce new album Manticore, share "Domino": Stream
Nashville-based folk rock duo Shovels & Rope are back. They just announced a new album called Manticore is coming out February 18th via Dualtone Music.
King Buffalo announce new album Acheron, recorded in an underground cave
King Buffalo have announced the new album Acheron exclusively via Heavy Consequence. The band also shared a teaser trailer for the upcoming LP, arriving December 3rd.
Trial of three white men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery set to begin
The trial of three white men accused of pursuing and murdering Ahmaud Arbery in one of Georgia's most notorious racial killings is scheduled to begin on Monday with jury selection, a process the judge estimates could take at least two weeks.