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Russell Westbrook's historic march to league MVP

Russell Westbrook's historic march to league MVP

Westbrook awarded MVP after historic season

Westbrook awarded MVP after historic season

13 times the scene has shown its love for ‘Harry Potter’

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The scene has shown some serious love for the Harry Potter world, and in honor of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone’s 20th birthday, we decided to compile some of our favorite moments that prove the scene’s love of the wizarding series.

Take a peek at the songs, tattoos, snare drums and more below!

Read more: QUIZ: Which Hogwarts house do you belong in based off your music taste?

Corey Taylor says the next Slipknot album will be “violent”

Hear new music from Culture Abuse, Stand Atlantic and Nothing More—plus, don’t miss Code Orange, Quicksand and more on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Papa Roach drop new version of “Periscope” video and other news you might have missed today

1. Culture Abuse announced their signing to Epitaph Records, and shared their new track “So Busted.” Give it a listen below!

“So Busted” is a rock and roll love song about “all the stuff you are told you need in life but when it all boils down all you really want is to feel loved and cared for” frontman David Kelling explains.

2. MUSE announced a special concert to benefit The Coalition for the Homeless.

The Color Morale headlining July with the Plot In You, Dayseeker and Picturesque

Can you believe it's been 10 years since Pierce The Veil released A Flair For The Dramatic? We definitely can't.

QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to PTV’s “Chemical Kids And Mechanical Brides”?

In honor of the album's birthday, the band has announced two new stunning vinyl releases.

The first tenth anniversary pressing boasts an orange and white swirl, while a second limited edition pressing features a transparent oatmeal color vinyl stamped with a rose. Both have a totally re-imagined album artwork, as well as photobooks and a download card for three unreleased demos! 

Want to get your hands on one? Don't wait—the orange and white pressing is limited to 2000, and the oatmeal-colored record is limited to just 500. Pre-orders are open right now. Check the tweets below to order yours.

In honor of the 10 year anniversary of "A Flair For The Dramatic" we are offering limited edition (500) vinyl thru https://t.co/2tlKzgQ64Y. pic.twitter.com/dC1UJmOfJc

Culture Abuse announce signing to Epitaph with new song and other news you might have missed today

Hear new music from Culture Abuse, Stand Atlantic and Nothing More—plus, don’t miss Code Orange, Quicksand and more on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Papa Roach drop new version of “Periscope” video and other news you might have missed today

1. Culture Abuse announced their signing to Epitaph Records, and shared their new track “So Busted.” Give it a listen below!

“So Busted” is a rock and roll love song about “all the stuff you are told you need in life but when it all boils down all you really want is to feel loved and cared for” frontman David Kelling explains.

2. MUSE announced a special concert to benefit The Coalition for the Homeless.

Pierce The Veil announce new ‘A Flair For The Dramatic’ 10-year anniversary vinyl pressings

Can you believe it's been 10 years since Pierce The Veil released A Flair For The Dramatic? We definitely can't.

QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to PTV’s “Chemical Kids And Mechanical Brides”?

In honor of the album's birthday, the band has announced two new stunning vinyl releases.

The first tenth anniversary pressing boasts an orange and white swirl, while a second limited edition pressing features a transparent oatmeal color vinyl stamped with a rose. Both have a totally re-imagined album artwork, as well as photobooks and a download card for three unreleased demos! 

Want to get your hands on one? Don't wait—the orange and white pressing is limited to 2000, and the oatmeal-colored record is limited to just 500. Pre-orders are open right now. Check the tweets below to order yours.

In honor of the 10 year anniversary of "A Flair For The Dramatic" we are offering limited edition (500) vinyl thru https://t.co/2tlKzgQ64Y. pic.twitter.com/dC1UJmOfJc

Did you notice anything different about Spotify’s “Rock This” playlist?

Hear new music from Culture Abuse, Stand Atlantic and Nothing More—plus, don’t miss Code Orange, Quicksand and more on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Papa Roach drop new version of “Periscope” video and other news you might have missed today

1. Culture Abuse announced their signing to Epitaph Records, and shared their new track “So Busted.” Give it a listen below!

“So Busted” is a rock and roll love song about “all the stuff you are told you need in life but when it all boils down all you really want is to feel loved and cared for” frontman David Kelling explains.

2. MUSE announced a special concert to benefit The Coalition for the Homeless.

Twenty One Pilots’ Josh Dun reveals custom snare drum—watch

Hear new music from Culture Abuse, Stand Atlantic and Nothing More—plus, don’t miss Code Orange, Quicksand and more on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Papa Roach drop new version of “Periscope” video and other news you might have missed today

1. Culture Abuse announced their signing to Epitaph Records, and shared their new track “So Busted.” Give it a listen below!

“So Busted” is a rock and roll love song about “all the stuff you are told you need in life but when it all boils down all you really want is to feel loved and cared for” frontman David Kelling explains.

2. MUSE announced a special concert to benefit The Coalition for the Homeless.

LaVar Ball loses his shirt on WWE Monday Night Raw

LaVar Ball loses his shirt on WWE Monday Night Raw

QB Brady voted league's top player by peers

QB Brady voted league's top player by peers

US warns Syria over 'potential' plan for chemical attack

Syria is planning another chemical attack, the US says, warning it would pay a "heavy price".

D'Antoni, Bucks duo highlight awards winners

D'Antoni, Bucks duo highlight awards winners

$75K-a-Year Russian Official Paid $5.4M for Trump Condos

Miami Herald: [T]he tale of Igor Zorin offers a 21st-century twist with all the weirdness modern Miami has to offer: Russian cash, a motorcycle club named after Russia's powerful special forces and a condo tower branded by Donald Trump. Zorin is a Russian government official who has spent nearly $8 million on waterfront South Florida homes, hardly financially prudent given his bureaucrat's salary of $75,000 per year. He runs a state-owned broadcasting company that, among other duties, operates sound systems for the annual military parade that sends columns of soldiers and tanks rumbling through Moscow's Red Square.

Stephen Colbert says he was followed by intelligence officers in Russia

Tonight: Stephen is back from Russia to talk about the biggest story in America… Russia! #LSSC pic.twitter.com/mt2qEPojsP
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) June 27, 2017
Stephen Colbert garnered quite the following during his trip to Russia.
Monday’s Late Show marked the host’s first show since returning from his news-making voyage to the country at the center of the allegations concerning Donald Trump and his administration. Being back in the U.S. was a relief for Colbert, considering the attention he received abroad.
“Man, it is good to be back in the U.S.A.,” he said. “I don’t know if you knew this, but I was in Russia last week. You know who did know I was in Russia? Russian intelligence. Hardcore fans, evidently. Followed me everywhere.”
He continued, “Also got some attention from American intelligence. Couple guys seemed to pop up everywhere we went. But it’s important, keep your eye on a comedian while he’s in Russia doing jokes. I could be giving state secrets to the Russians. Oh wait, someone’s already got that covered.”
Watch the clip above.

New Study Explains Why Trump's 'Sad' Tweets Are So Effective

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: During his campaign and presidency, Donald Trump has used Twitter to circumvent traditional media broadcasters and speak directly to the masses. He is particularly known for one specific tweet construction: he sets up a situation that he feels should inspire anger or outrage, then punctuates it with "Sad!" New research from New York University suggests a reason why this style is so effective: a tweet containing moral and emotional language spreads farther among people with similar political persuasion. The study offered up "duty" as an example of a purely moral word, "fear" as a purely emotional one, and "hate" as word that combined the two categories. The research found that the use of purely moral or purely emotional language had a limited impact on the spread of a tweet, but the "presence of moral-emotional words in messages increased their diffusion by a factor of 20% for each additional word." The impact of this language cut both ways. Tweets with moral-emotional words spread further among those with a similar political outlook, and they spread less with those who held opposing views, according to the research published in the journal PNAS.

Results from the NBA's awards ceremony

Results from the NBA's awards ceremony

Family's fury as fake claims over arrest death sparks riot

Melania stuns in a yellow floral-print crepe $2,160 gown to greet Indian Prime Minister Modi at the White House... but it's Donald who gets the hug! It's her own fault: Police blame 'human error' after 14-year-old girl fell 25ft from New York Six Flags ride when she slipped under safety bar and had to be caught by strangers below Chrissy Teigen, Donald Trump and the man behind Pepe the Frog top list of the 25 most influential people on the internet Thousands of illegal immigrants who fled to Canada in fear of Trump are trapped in legal limbo without jobs, permanent homes or schools for their kids Megyn Kelly ratings dip for third straight week hitting new season low of 3.41M viewers on NBC as host announces she will be off the air next Sunday during limited summer run 'I've sent someone to kill you.

Skyscrapers and diamonds: Looking back at the Jazz Age

The 1920s in America are remembered for hot jazz, flapper girls and speakeasies. A new exhibit in New York is bringing that era to life.

Tremors reboot starring Kevin Bacon gets pilot order at Syfy

The Tremors franchise is showing renewed signs of seismic activity.
Syfy announced Monday that a small-screen reboot of the 1990 monster movie has been ordered to pilot, with original star Kevin Bacon reprising his role and executive producing.
Written by Andrew Miller, who will also serve as showrunner and an EP, the pilot picks up two and a half decades after the giant worms known as Graboids devastated the town of Perfection, Nevada. When the creatures return, the town’s best hope once again lies with Valentine McKee (Bacon), but this time, he’s grappling with age, alcohol, and a delusional hero complex.
“This is the only character I’ve played that I’ve ever thought about revisiting,” Bacon said in a statement. “I just got to thinking, where would this guy end up after 25 years? Andrew Miller has a fantastic take on it and we hope to create a show that will be fun and scary for fans of the movie and folks that have yet to discover it.”
He added, “Let’s kick some Graboid ass!”
The long-gestating reboot hails from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Television, with David Schiff (Southpaw) serving as an executive producer alongside Bacon and Miller.

Zillow Threatens To Sue Blogger For Using Its Photos For Parody

Kate Wagner is facing potential legal charges by real estate Zillow for allegedly violating the site's terms of service by reproducing images from their site on her blog. Wagner's blog is called McMansion Hell -- a Tumblr blog that "highlights the absurdity of giant real estate properties and the ridiculous staging and photography that are omnipresent in their sales listings," writes Natt Garun via The Verge. From the report: A typical McMansion Hell blog post will have a professional photo of a home and / or its interior, along with captions scattered throughout by Wagner. She also adds information about the history and characteristics of various architecture styles, and uses photos from the likes of Zillow and Redfin to illustrate how so many real estate listings inaccurately use the terms. Under each post, Wagner adds a disclaimer that credits the original source of the images and cites Fair Use for the parody, which allows for use of copyrighted material for "criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research." In a cease and desist letter to Wagner, Zillow claims Wagner's reproduction of these images do not apply under the Copyright Act. Additionally, the company claims McMansion Hell may "[interfere] with Zillow's business expectations and interests." As a result of the potential lawsuit, Wagner has temporarily taken McMansionHell.com down.

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