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By: Keith Caulfield , ...

Welcome to the new episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, your one-stop-shop for all things pop on Billboard's weekly charts. In addition,...

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By: Billboard Staff

It's official: Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate special election in what many pundits are calling a major...

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The former U.S. attorney defeated Trump-backed Republican Roy Moore.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

He is the first Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate from Alabama in a quarter-century.

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Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones face off in the Alabama Senate election.

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The New York Times
By: ALEX BURNS and CAMPBELL...

As a prosecutor and defense lawyer, Mr. Jones played a role in some of his state’s biggest cases, putting him in a position to make electoral history.

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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan

Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his agenda, but balked at his morally questionable actions and statements. The Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore for the open Alabama Senate seat. Jones’s victory ...

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The New York Times
By: ALEXANDER BURNS and...

Doug Jones, a former prosecutor, defeated scandal-scarred Roy S. Moore for the Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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The Basketball Hall of Famer and Alabama native supported the Democrat Monday.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Government workers can no longer use it.

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Doug Jones counting on African-American turnout in Alabama Senate election

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It's a big day for both Alabama and the Jones family.

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Tech Crunch
By: Taylor Hatmaker

 Capping off months of controversy, espionage claims and international intrigue, the U.S. government ban on Kaspersky Lab software has been signed into law. The ban, wedged into the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

The antivirus software prohibited on US government networks due to concerns of Russian government influence.

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By: Rania Aniftos

After much controversy surrounding Morrissey’s interview with German publication Der Spiegel, the raw audio has officially been released. The...

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By: Associated Press

Oklahoma City native Gayla Peevey has welcomed another hippopotamus to the city's zoo, more than 60 years after her song about wanting one for...

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By: The Hollywood...

The Voice season 13’s finalists were announced in a live results episode on Tuesday night. After the nationwide vote based on last night’...

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By: Rania Aniftos

One Direction fans have always been known to go to bat for the boys against anyone who might wrong them, and that undying love was the case again...

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By: Rania Aniftos

Tuesday (Dec. 12) marks the first night of Hanukkah, and the Haim sisters are in full celebration mode, releasing an original “Haimmukah...

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By: Dave Brooks

On Location Experiences has acquired PrimeSport, continuing to grow its sports and entertainment VIP portfolio with 500 employees...

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By: Rania Aniftos

It’s a sunny day, sweepin’ the clouds away -- because Chance the Rapper is heading to Sesame Street. The rapper shared two short videos...

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By: Colin Stutz

Courtney Barnett, sisters Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas, folk band All Our Exes Live in Texas and hundreds of other women in Australia...

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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.

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Billboard
By: Colin Stutz

Killer Mike, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Neko Case and hundreds of other musicians and independent record labels have signed a petition appealing the...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 2017 has been a year of bitter partisanship, but it’s nice to see that with some issues, politicians can put aside their differences to oppose something that’s harmful — and more importantly, unpopular. That’s...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

With the net neutrality debate raging at the FCC, it’s easy to forgot that net neutrality remains an issue inside of Congress, too — albeit a much, much quieter one. But at least one senator is still hoping to see some movement: on the Senate...

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By: Rania Aniftos

Ed Sheeran got in the holiday spirit for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge on Tuesday (Dec. 12), covering the festive “Fairytale of New York...

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By: Associated Press

Several people who live near the New Hampshire Motor Speedway have gone to court to block a proposed three-day country music festival planned for...

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By: Dave Brooks

Three more artists have left CAA following the November exit of CAA Nashville co-head Scott Clayton. Michael Franti, My Morning Jacket and Gov't...

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By: Nerisha Penrose

For the past few summers, Drake has been heating up charts with his dancehall-infused club bangers, and he may be cooking up some more tropical-...

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By: Billboard Philippines

Filipino-Australian singer Ylona Garcia is joining in on all the merry making this season, sharing her Christmas playlist on Spotify. The "O Pag...

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Billboard
By: Taylor Weatherby

Welcome back to Takeover Tuesday, where each week Billboard taps chart-topping artists and taste-makers to compile their very own playlist...

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By: Yasmine Gray

Women To Look Up To, a U.K.-based nonprofit organization that shines a light on modern female role models, is making a collection of powerful figures...

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By: Bryn Elise Sandberg

Saturday Night Live has named Weekend Update duo Michael Che and Colin Jost as head writers. They will join current head writers Kent Sublette...

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By: Billboard Japan

At the end of November, Japanese hitmaker <a href="/music/Kenshi-Yonezu">Kenshi Yonezu</a> hit a couple of new...

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Billboard
By: Arielle Gordon

MGMT have released a studio recording and video for “When You Die,” the second single from their upcoming album ...

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By: Billboard Philippines

Moira Dela Torre has been dominating the <a href="http://billboard.ph/billboard-philippine-top-20-december-11/" target="_blank...

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By: Dave Brooks

International electronic music booking agency Analog announced Tuesday (Dec. 12) its merger with Spanish agency Magnum Bookings to...

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By: Marjua Estevez

Yissy Garcia and her band Bandancha, hailing from the famously colorful and musical Havana, Yissy & Bandancha recently played at...

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By: James Rettig

In March, Miguel was accused of sexually assaulting a University of New Mexico student named Xian Bass. In an Instagram post at the time, Bass says...

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By: Billboard Radio China

It's unheard of for a pop singer to combine Chinese opera with modern pop and R&B, but <a href="/music/Diana-Wang">Diana Wang...

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By: Nick Williams

Meet Snny. The Ivory Coast-born, Boston-bred, NYC-based artist first made his introduction this fall with his shimmering debut EP ...

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By: Billboard Japan

<a href="/music/Yuzu">Yuzu</a> performed in front of a sold-out crowd at the Taipei International Convention Center in...

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By: Nerisha Penrose

Bryson Tiller earned a Grammy nod, double-platinum certification and a massive following after Trapsoul, but his sophomore album also...

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By: Brandon Voss

According to Bob the Drag Queen, it’s really not that serious: Just walk purse first away from Starbucks and save your coins for a more...

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By: Dave Brooks

Few concert photographers were comforted this weekend when Brandon Flowers, lead singer of arena-rockers The Killers, made a brief speech on stage...

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By: Yasmine Gray

Feminism isn’t just a buzzword; it’s the most-searched word of 2017. Merriam-Webster announced that the word was a top lookup throughout...

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By: Katie Kilkenny

Apple has announced that it is pledging $1 million to bring relief to the wildfires tearing across Southern California.  The company is also...

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By: Ashley Lee

The Go-Go's are bound for Broadway, with Gwyneth Paltrow in tow. Paltrow is set to make her Broadway producing debut on Head Over Heels, a new...

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By: Megan Armstrong

Kendrick Lamar has built a hip-hop empire upon his slashing lyricism, but he had kind words for Dr. Dre and Taylor Swift while speaking on The...

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By: Graham Fink

Graham Fink is a guitarist, singer and songwriter in the Los Angeles-based indie-rock band Milo Greene. This fall he visited Cox's Bazar,...

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By: Nerisha Penrose

As fans await G-Eazy's third studio album The Beautiful & Damned -- due Dec. 15 -- the Oakland rapper announced that he's...

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By: Nina Braca

If you were ever wondering how to ensure that a song becomes a hit -- especially one in 2017 -- just add Beyonce. That’s what Ed Sheeran...

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By: Carl Lamarre

In just a matter of years, Washington D.C. has become a hotbed oozing with hip-hop talent. After Wale carried the torch for several years as the...

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By: Kat Bein

Do you remember how it feels to be young? It feels like making out on hot rods and poppin' wheelies in the desert. It feels like you...

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By: Gil Kaufman

Jack White has never been an easy man to nail down. On Tuesday (Dec. 12), he dropped an intriguing 4-minute video entitled "Serving...

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By: Ashley Cullins

Viacom and BET have reached a settlement with a former executive who had sued the media companies for discrimination and defamation related to her...

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By: David Rishty

It all started in Detroit in the 90's, or so the tale goes according to former club promoter and current DJ/producer Latroit when speaking about...

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By: Ryan Parker

Keaton Jones, the Tennessee middle school boy who became a household name over the weekend when a video of him talking about the relentless bullying...

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By: Taylor Weatherby

Ed Sheeran has had a red-letter 2017, bookending the year with No. 1 Hot 100 hits, starting with the inescapable "Shape of...

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By: Peter Helman

In addition to her upcoming memoir, British pop star Lily Allen has been working on the follow-up to her 2014 album Sheezus, which is...

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By: Los AngelesGail Mitchell

J. Erving, a partner in Maverick management, has formally announced the establishment of Human-Re-Sources. The Los Angeles-based enterprise...

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By: Mark Elibert

On Tuesday, (Dec. 12), DJ Mustard and RJMrLA officially announced their joint project The Ghetto. The 11-track project has features by Rae Sremmurd,...

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By: Gil Kaufman

Mike Shinoda wants you to get involved. The Linkin Park rapper tweeted out a series of calls to action to the band's Soldiers early Tuesday...

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

In 2015, when the Democrat-led FCC passed strong net neutrality regulations, one widely circulated photo became emblematic of the moment. In it, the three Democratic commissioners — Mignon Clyburn, Jessica Rosenworcel, and Tom Wheeler — linked...

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TheVerge
By: T.C. Sottek

Net neutrality advocates are asking people to call members of Congress this week to demand action. It’s a good idea to contact your senators and representatives to let them know where you stand on any issue, and expressing yourself in your own...

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

The FCC’s proposed rollback of net neutrality rules is expected to pass this week, but that doesn’t mean everyone on the commission is pleased with the idea. The two Democratic Commissioners, who helped pass net neutrality protections in 2015,...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

With the net neutrality debate raging at the FCC, it’s easy to forgot that net neutrality remains an issue inside of Congress, too — albeit a much, much quieter one. But at least one senator is still hoping to see some movement: on the Senate...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 2017 has been a year of bitter partisanship, but it’s nice to see that with some issues, politicians can put aside their differences to oppose something that’s harmful — and more importantly, unpopular. That’s...

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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Failing to sway the FCC with calls, letters, and comments, advocates for regulation unleash a little online mayhem before Thursday’s vote. My fondest memory from covering Occupy Wall Street was a group of pranksters called the Tax Dodgers who ...

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The FCC is set to vote this Thursday on its proposal to remove net neutrality protections put in place in 2015 and while it's all but certain that the commission will vote in favor of the proposal, some still haven't given up trying to...

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Whether it should be or not, net neutrality regulation is a nearly lock-step partisan issue in Washington, D.C. Democratic minorities both on the commission and in Congress oppose the rollback of the rules enacted in 2015 during President...

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Billboard
By: Colin Stutz

Killer Mike, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Neko Case and hundreds of other musicians and independent record labels have signed a petition appealing the...

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Mashable
By: Jason Abbruzzese

It's finally here. The Federal Communications Commission will vote Thursday on a measure that would completely gut regulations to internet providers and open the door for net neutrality to be destroyed.  The vote will likely make it easier for...

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By: Chris Payne

Following the likes of Weird Al, Against Me!, and Alabama Shakes before him, Stephen Malkmus is the latest artist irreverent enough to take...

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By: Kat Bein

To be a dance music fan at the end of 2017 feels like being in a science fiction novel. The producers make music in rooms full of wires,...