How Billy Idol turned a song of crazed vengeance into the hit that made him a star

Louder 09:11 13.04

From going nowhere in London with Generation X, to pop star and transatlantic hits, all it took Billy Idol was 15 minutes in a studio, and his sister getting pregnant


‘Hurricane Hazel’: Canada political icon, 101, still flying high as airport director

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Hazel McCallion retired as mayor of Mississauga after 36 years in 2014 but the ‘pragmatic populist’ has shown little sign of easing up


52% of the world's population impacted by headache disorders: Study

NBC News 18:10 12.04

A new study has found that more than half the people on the planet suffer from serious headaches. NBC’s senior consumer investigative correspondent Vicky Nguyen reports for TODA Y on the biggest triggers and possible treatments to find relief.


Zipolite es un oasis playero para la comunidad LGBTQ en México. ¿Podrá perdurar?

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

El pueblo, ubicado en el Pacífico mexicano, se ha convertido en un refugio para la comunidad queer. Pero, a medida que aumenta su popularidad, algunos temen que el espíritu de la población desaparezca.


This Beach in Mexico Is an L.G.B.T.Q. Haven. But Can It Last?

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

The town of Zipolite has become an oasis for the queer community. But as its popularity has surged, some worry that the town’s spirit is beginning to vanish.


Watch a baby-faced Tobias Forge perform in his early pop rock band Subvision

Louder 15:12 12.04

Before he became Ghost's visionary frontman, Tobias Forge fronted the pop rock band Subvision... witness the birth of an icon


‘Hurricane Hazel’: political icon, 101, hired to run Canada’s largest airport

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

Hazel McCallion retired as mayor of Mississauga after 36 years in 2014 but the ‘pragmatic populist’ has shown little sign of easing up


The missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential of British basketball | Conor Patrick Faulkner

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

The sport is one of the most popular activities among young people in the UK. Yet years of underfunding means it has little hope of meaningful growth


Where the Ice Is Still Abundant, These Penguins Are, Too

NyTimes 15:06 12.04

The western side of the Antarctic Peninsula has seen sharp declines in Adélie penguin populations in recent decades. Things look better on the eastern side. Take a tour.


Headaches: are you one of the one in six people suffering today?

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

Study finds 7% of global population experience migraine and 9% a tension-type headache on any given day


The missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential of British basketball

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

The sport is one of the most popular activities among young people in the UK. Yet years of underfunding means it has little hope of meaningful growth


Shanghai to ease lockdown despite surge in Covid cases

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

China’s most populous city to allow ‘appropriate activity’ in areas where there have been no cases for at least two weeks


U.S. orders some Shanghai consulate staff to leave amid Covid-19 outbreak

NBC News 12:06 12.04

China’s most populous city has been on lockdown for weeks, with residents complaining of difficulties obtaining food and medical care as officials try to stamp out cases.


Tracking Coronavirus Vaccinations Around the World

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

More than 5.1 billion people worldwide have received a Covid-19 vaccine, equal to about 66.4 percent of the world population.


Britney Spears Is Pregnant and Determined to Deprive the Paparazzi of Photos

Rolling Stone 12:02 12.04

“I obviously won’t be going out as much due to the paps getting their money shot of me, like they unfortunately already have,” the pop star said on Instagram


New Grunge Supergroup Featuring Members of Soundgarden and Nirvana Drops Debut LP

Rolling Stone 12:02 12.04

Krist Novoselic, Kim Thayil and Matt Cameron’s 3rd Secret made their debut performance at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture


The insect crisis: where did all the bugs go? – podcast

The Guardian 06:12 11.04

What does the drastic decline in insect populations mean for our lives? The Guardian’s Oliver Milman talks about these miraculous creatures


Russia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 47 of the invasion

The Guardian 06:12 11.04

Putin installs new war commander; Russian forces pound eastern Ukraine; Zelenskiy welcomes shift in German stance; Pope calls for Easter ceasefire


Putin's war fuels tensions in Baltic states with Russian-speaking populations

NBC News 03:08 11.04

More than 95 percent of residents of Narva, Estonia, speak Russian, and at least 30 percent carry Russian passports. Every act of Kremlin aggression becomes a flashpoint for the town.


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