The Rolling Stones are threatening President Donald Trump with legal action for using their songs at his rallies despite cease-and-desist directives.
With most people staying home during the coronavirus outbreak, Los Angeles now has some of the cleanest air of any major city.
Behringer issued a half-hearted apology after attacking a critic with a bizarre video that many saw as anti-semitic.
Last year, we activated the first useful seismograph on Mars.
Astronomers have captured a truly incredible image of two stars locked in a fight to the death, producing a stunning, if violent, cosmic masterpiece in the process.
Algorithm enables one audio signal to glide into another, recreating the ‘portamento’ effect of some musical instruments.
How people interpret musical notes depends on the types of music they have listened to.
New study of an ape-like pelvis suggests human ancestors might not have been built like modern African apes.
João Gilberto, one of the primary creators of bossa nova, the intimate Brazilian music that became a major cultural export, has died. He was 88.
The recent crackdown on journalists in Nepal is bad enough, but now the authorities have gone one step further and jailed a comedian for posting a satirical critical review of a film on YouTube.
New research suggests how to get large numbers of people engaged in participating during a live performance like a concert — or a lecture — and channel that energy for a sustained time period.
Robot Trump includes audio function which makes fart sounds and says ‘no collusion’, ‘you are fake news’ and ‘witch-hunt’.
Thousands of elated demonstrators outside Parliament cheered and rejoiced as Taiwan became the first country in Asia to fully legalize same-sex marriage May 17.
New documentary sheds light on Western propaganda campaign against Syria.
This Australian TV documentary demonstrates that the rape charges in Sweden against Julian Assange are a total construct of ‘the US Government’, a conspiracy to ensnare Assange with the assistance of the Swedish government.