See Joe Lasher's new music video, "Messed Up."
The Bluebird Café Documentary Airs Wednesday on CMT
A few dates into her CMT Next Women of Country tour with Tanya Tucker, Brandy Clark shared with me the secret for always appreciating the job she has now: a past full of hard labor. “My very first job, in Washington state, was a blueberry picker. I was paid by the pound. The blueberry bus... Read more »
Embedded from www.youtube.com. When Trisha Yearwood sat down with CMT recently to talk about “She’s in Love with the Boy,” her debut song from 1991, she admitted that it was more than just a breakout hit. It made her career feel like she was holding onto a runaway train. This is her HitStory. When Yearwood... Read more »
Maren Morris sings "Oops! Whoops! Wait, Ah ha!" with the cast of Sesame Street
By Jim Miller, for The OklahomanDEAR SAVVY SENIOR: Is there a good rule of thumb on when dementia patients should stop driving?
Staff reportsThe OU College of Medicine will honor Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African-American woman in the United States to earn a medical degree, during a ceremony on Thursday.OU medical students who are members of the college’s chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association initiated the idea to recognize women from diverse backgrounds and their contributions to the field of medicine.
By Sara KruzanI was in elementary school and 11 years old when I met the man who would soon rob me of my childhood.
NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said Monday that he plans to spend $10 billion of his own fortune to help fight climate change.Bezos, the world’s richest person, said in an Instagram post that he'll start giving grants this summer to scientists, activists and nonprofits working to protect Earth.“I want to work alongside others both to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting the devastating impact of climate change,” Bezos said in the post.Amazon, the company Bezos runs, has an enormous carbon footprint.
TOKYO (AP) — Nissan shareholders vented their outrage at the Japanese automaker's top management Tuesday for crashing stock prices, zero dividends and quarterly losses after the scandal-ridden departure of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.They got up, one by one, at an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting, demanding that Nissan Motor Co.